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 create affordable solutions for preventing cervical cancer

Grantees
Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI)

Status
Current

Amount
US$ 32,958,435

Disease
HIV and Co-Infection

Innovative, affordable screening and treatment to prevent cervical cancer

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Grant focus
To harness mobile technology to help patients adhere to their TB medications

Grantees
KNCV Tuberculosis Foundation

Status
Current

Amount
US$ 13,998,007

Disease
Tuberculosis

Smart pillboxes and mobile technology to support TB treatment

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Grant focus
Catalysing access to an affordable advanced HIV disease package of care that can be scaled up by countries and funding partners

Grantees
Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI)

Status
Current

Amount
US$ 20,000,000*

Disease
HIV and Co-Infection

Stopping preventable deaths among people with advanced HIV disease

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Grant focus
To equip primary health care workers with easy-to-use devices so they can better identify severely ill children and refer them for treatment.

Grantees
PATH

Status
Current

Amount
US$ 28,442,480 

Disease
Malaria

Better tools to detect signs of severe illness in children

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Grant focus
Promote self-testing to increase the number of people who know their HIV status

Grantees
Population Services International (PSI)

Status
Current

Amount
US $72,300,866

Disease
HIV and Co-Infection

Expanding HIV self-testing in Africa

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Grant focus
To pilot long-lasting nets treated with new insecticide combinations in sub-Saharan African countries hardest hit by malaria

Grantees
Innovative Vector Control Consortium (IVCC)

Status
Current

Amount
US$ 66,000,000 *

Disease
Malaria

The New Nets Project in partnership with the Global Fund

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Grant focus
To evaluate the mass-distribution of ivermectin to humans and livestock in two African countries during the malaria season.

Grantees
Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal)

Status
Current

Amount
US$ 25,316,950

Disease
Malaria

Evaluating mass-distribution of anti-parasitic drugs to fight malaria

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Grant focus
HIV self-testing and prevention

Grantees
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, MTV Staying Alive Foundation

Status
Current

Amount
US$ 10,074,243

Disease
HIV and Co-Infection

In Africa, a mass media campaign for HIV self-testing and prevention among youth

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