Unitaid was founded in 2006 by Brazil, Chile, France, Norway, and the United Kingdom to battle growing inequities in global health.
With the newly enshrined Millennium Development Goals setting out the first elimination targets for “the three pandemics” – HIV, tuberculosis, and malaria – and advances in health technologies capable of delivering great results, Unitaid was created to ensure people everywhere could benefit.
- Read the Unitaid strategy for 2023-2027
By identifying innovative solutions to complex global health problems and confronting the factors that stop solutions from being widely implemented, Unitaid has succeeded in unlocking access to more than 150 health products in its decade and a half history.
UN Secretary-General commends Unitaid’s commitment to health equity and innovation in advance of 15th anniversary
- Statement: UN Secretary-General commends Unitaid’s commitment to health equity and innovation in advance of 15th anniversary
Video and Statement about Unitaid from President Bill Clinton
- Statement: Former US President Bill Clinton congratulates Unitaid on 15 years of life-saving work, in advance of anniversary event
Hundreds of millions of lives reached with advances in healthcare in Unitaid’s 15 years
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