HIV and AIDS
HIV and AIDS
Eliminating HIV and AIDS
Strengthening health systems is at the core of our response to HIV and AIDS. We build the capacities of public, private, and civil society partners to prevent, treat, and manage HIV and AIDS, developing systems that deliver gender-responsive, quality HIV services adapted to the populations we serve. Our technical teams guide policy reform by developing approaches to prevention, testing, and treatment services that increase efficiencies along the way, resulting in better access and person-centered care.
For more than two decades we have served as a partner and core implementer to the US President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR); the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria; and other donors. Through sound policies, smart planning, strong systems, a capable workforce, and safe, affordable, and effective products, we ensure that countries are better able to provide quality person-centered HIV services.
We are the go-to partner for support to strengthen the functional and financial capacity of governments and partners to achieve and sustain HIV epidemic control by:
- Deploying sustainable solutions for essential health system functions—pharmaceutical services, supply chain, commodity management, health financing, laboratory and surveillance systems, health workforce, and local governance, stewardship, and management — that support HIV prevention, testing, and treatment services
- Ensuring greater country ownership of HIV programs
- Integrating sustainable and cost-effective HIV and AIDS prevention, care, and treatment services into broader primary health care and UHC efforts
- Providing consistently available, safe, effective, quality-assured, and affordable HIV medicines, tests, and pharmaceutical services by improving governance, regulatory systems, supply chain management, information systems, and pharmacovigilance in the pharmaceutical sector
Accelerating the End of TB: Field Research from Management Sciences for Health — 2008-2022
Integrating HIV/AIDS into Primary Health Care: A Pathway to Sustainability
Meet Our Technical Experts
Please direct all inquiries and media or speaking engagement requests for our Technical Experts to Jordan Coriza at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-250-9107.