In July of 2013, an important step was taken for the 35 million people living with HIV when the World Health Organization recommended viral load testing as the gold standard to monitor patients receiving antiretroviral therapy (ART).
In 2002 when the Clinton Health Access Initiative was founded, the AIDS epidemic was raging out of control.
Today is the 25th World AIDS Day – our pandemic is now old enough to have reached such a milestone. As I think back over the past 25 years, I will always remember the spring of 1996, when I was working as a clinician in Lesotho. It was the moment when we began to realize the terrible impact that HIV would have...Read More about World AIDS Day: 25 Years of Progress
This World AIDS Day, we’re reflecting on progress made since the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) began working 10 years ago – and focusing on the vital work that remains to achieve an AIDS-free generation. Maternal and child health programs...Read More about Early Diagnosis Programs Save Infant Lives in Nigeria
Formed in 2005 by express delivery company TNT Express and the World Food Programme, North Star Alliance grew out of one of the very first Clinton Global Initiative commitments. It now runs a network of 28 drop-in health clinics along Africa's major transport routes to provide health care, including HIV prevention...Read More about Stopping Disease In Its Tracks