Commitment to Action

Rapid Expansion of Essential Services for HIV

Commitment by

FHI 360

In 2007, Family Health International committed to increase the number of pregnant women and children tested for HIV/AIDS, while increasing access to antiretroviral therapy (ART) for HIV positive individuals. Additionally, FHI aimed to provide for health, development, and social needs critical to a child's survival that go beyond treatment of HIV.

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Commitment

Rapid Expansion of Essential Services for HIV

Launched

2007

Est. Duration

4 Years

Estimated Total Value

$175,000,000

Region

Africa, Asia, Middle East & North Africa

Countries

BURUNDI, CAMBODIA, Djibouti, ETHIOPIA, GHANA, HAITI, INDIA, KENYA, MALAWI, MOZAMBIQUE

Commitment by

FHI 360

Partner(s) of the Commitment Maker(s)

Clinton Health Access Initiative, PharmaLinkFHI