Clinton Health Access Initiative – CHAI
CHAI has a transformational goal of helping save the lives of millions of people living with HIV/AIDS in the developing world by dramatically scaling up antiretroviral treatment. CHAI played a leadership role, working alongside governments and other partners, to lower the costs of treatment and help build the in-country systems necessary to provide lifesaving treatment to millions of people. Furthermore, CHAI has pursued several goals from scaling up pediatric AIDS treatment in order to achieve equity with adults in a time frame, to rapidly accelerating the rollout of new vaccines. CHAI operates in 33 countries across the developing world and more than 70 countries are able to access CHAI-negotiated price reductions, vaccines, medical devices, and diagnostics. Besides HIV/AIDS treatment, the intervention areas of CHAI include: malaria; maternal, newborn, child health and vaccines; TB; applied analytics, human resources for health; and health financing.
The resource center has current reports, key CHAI documents, news, blog and press releases by program areas.