Our Projects

Unitaid-funded projects develop innovative medicines, diagnostic tools and public health techniques and link them quickly, and at affordable prices, to those most in need.

Our grant projects apply the best that science has to offer to the fight against HIV and co-infections, tuberculosis and malaria in lower-resource countries.

 

 

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Grant focus
To evaluate slow-release repellents that drive mosquitoes from inhabited areas

Grantees
University of Notre Dame

Status
Current

Amount
US$ 33,700,000

Disease
Malaria

Innovative repellents for disease-carrying mosquitoes

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Grant focus
HIV self-testing and prevention

Grantees
Solthis

Status
Current

Amount
US$ 15,700,000

Disease
HIV and Co-Infection

Introducing and promoting HIV self-testing in West Africa

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Unitaid-Preventing HIV in adolescent girls and young women

Grant focus
Provide effective oral prevention to young women in South Africa at high risk of HIV infection.

Grantees
Wits Reproductive Health & HIV Institute

Status
Current

Amount
US$ 10,662,674

Disease
HIV and Co-Infection

Preventing HIV in adolescent girls and young women

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Grant focus
Reduce morbidity and mortality associated with childhood tuberculosis through enhanced diagnosis and access to treatment.

Grantees
Université de Bordeaux

Status
Current

Amount
US$ 14,670,470

Disease
Tuberculosis

Strengthening paediatric TB services for enhanced early detection

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Grant focus
Overcome barriers to availability, quality and supply of medicines for severe malaria and malaria prevention

Grantees
Medicines for Malaria Venture (MMV)

Status
Current

Amount
US$ 3,360,000

Disease
Malaria

Quality-assured medicines to prevent and treat malaria

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Grant focus
Ensure that people with latent TB infection can get new, shorter preventive TB treatment

Grantees
The Aurum Institute

Status
Current

Amount
US$ 58,887,058

Disease
Tuberculosis

Tuberculosis prevention for high-risk groups

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Grant focus
Making rectal artesunate more widely available for a stronger response to severe malaria in children

Grantees
Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI)

Status
Current

Amount
US$ 19,055,811

Disease
Malaria

Emergency malaria care to save children’s lives

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Grant focus
To increase access to pulse oximeters so frontline health workers can better identify children who need urgent care

Grantees
The Alliance for International Medical Action (ALIMA)

Status
Current

Amount
US$ 14,928,929 

Disease
Malaria

Better technology to identify critically ill children

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