Aug 12

Turning the Tide on HIV and AIDS in South Africa

Ten years ago I was working in the National Department of Health (NDOH) HIV and AIDS program, when then-President Mbeki met with President Clinton and asked for the assistance of the Clinton Foundation in combatting the country's HIV and AIDS crisis.

Photo by: David Dini / Clinton Health Access Initiative
Aug 09

Changing the Architecture of Global Health Partnerships: Part One

Rwanda’s healthcare system has revolutionized itself more than once. When the Clinton Health Access Initiative was first invited to Rwanda in 2002, it witnessed and supported the implementation of a high-quality, cost-effective HIV/AIDS treatment program.

Prevention of Mother-To-Child Transmission Initiative Lab in Malawi

New Study Proves Low-Cost, High-Quality Treatment Is Sustainable

Jul 26, 2012
In 2002, when President Clinton began working to address the HIV/AIDS crisis in the developing world, only 200,000 people in low and middle income countries were receiving treatment, at average costs of more than $10,000 per person, per year. Over the past 10 years, the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) has...
President Clinton Visits the Starkey Hearing Foundation in Uganda

Africa 2012: Day 6

Jul 23, 2012
On Friday President Clinton traveled to Uganda and visited two organizations which have made commitments through the Clinton Global Initiative – the Building Tomorrow Academy of Bubeezi and the Starkey Hearing Foundation. President Clinton also visited a Clinton Health Access Initiative National Medical Store and Prescription Distribution Center where he discussed a new...

Partnerships Bring Opportunity to Uganda

Jul 21, 2012
Today, I had the privilege of traveling with President Clinton to three separate events in Uganda.While each event focused on a different issue – education, the provision of hearing aids, and averting childhood deaths due to diarrhea – there was a common theme throughout the day: Our challenges will not be solved...