CHAI ARV Market Report for the year 2013
CHAI 06/14/2013 - CHAI ARV Ceiling Price 2013
September 25, 2012, New York – The Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) is joining forces with the IKEA Foundation in an ambitious new effort to reduce diarrhea deaths among children in Kenya and one of the poorest states of India—Madhya Pradesh. The partnership aims to save the lives of nearly 40,000 children by 2015 by increasing access to the most effective treatment – zinc and oral rehydration salts (ORS)
New Study Finds Cost of Treating HIV Patients Is Far Lower Than Commonly Believed; Agreement with Generic Drug Makers Will Bring Prices Down Even Further
07/20/2012 CHAI - A new study conducted by the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), in partnership with five African countries and the Center for Global Development, has determined that HIV treatment costs are far lower than previously believed. This study provides new evidence that aggressive scale-up of high-quality treatment in developing countries is possible and sustainable.
04/24/2012 CHAI - Since the 1930s, there have been 75 documented episodes of malaria resurgence worldwide, most of which were linked to weakening of malaria control programs, finds a new study published in BioMed Central’s open access journal Malaria Journal. The study, which is closely related to this year’s World Malaria Day (25th April 2012) theme of "Sustain Gains, Save Lives: Invest in Malaria", found that the most common reason for weakening of malaria control programs was funding disruptions.
Clinton Health Access Initiative, UNITAID, and DFID Announce Lower Prices for HIV/AIDS Medicines in Developing Countries
05/16/2011 CHAI, UNITAID, AND DFID - Today, the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), UNITAID, and the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) announced further price reductions on key antiretroviral (ARV) drug regimens used to treat HIV/AIDS in the developing world.
05/01/2011 CHAI - The Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) supports national governments to expand high-quality care and treatment to people living with HIV/AIDS. CHAI offers reduced prices for antiretrovirals (ARVs) to members of its Procurement Consortium.
02/09/2011 CHAI - STOP AIDS NOW! and Clinton Health Access Initiative want to prove that the use of HIV treatment can stop the epidemic in Africa.
HP and Clinton Health Access Initiative Partner to Accelerate Early Infant Diagnosis of HIV in Kenya
12/01/2010 CHAI - HP and Clinton Health Access Initiative Partner to Accelerate Early Infant Diagnosis of HIV in Kenya
10/01/2010 CHAI - The Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) supports national governments to expand high-quality care and treatment to people living with HIV/AIDS. CHAI offers reduced prices for antiretrovirals (ARVs) to members of its Procurement Consortium.
07/19/2010 CHAI - Opening remarks highlight the progress made and the work ahead in the fight against HIV/AIDS
08/06/2009 CHAI - The Clinton Foundation HIV/AIDS Initiative (CHAI) supports national governments to expand high-quality care and treatment to people living with HIV/AIDS. CHAI offers reduced prices for antiretrovirals (ARVs) to members of its Procurement Consortium.
08/06/2009 CHAI - Pfizer commits to improve access through a 60 percent price decrease to $1 per dose on drug to treat TB in patients taking second-line HIV/AIDS medications.
08/06/2009 CHAI - Frequently asked questions on ARV price reductions during 2009.
05/01/2009 CHAI - ACT Price List, as of May 2009
04/17/2009 CHAI - Frequently Asked Questions on UNITAID and CHAI Pricing Agreements
Former President Clinton Announces New Agreements to Lower Prices and Ensure New Supply of Malaria Drugs
07/17/2008 CHAI - Price Reduction of More Than 30% for a Leading Malaria Drug Combination Agreements with Six Suppliers Reduce Volatility of Key Raw Material Price by 70%
05/26/2008 CHAI - Frequently Asked Questions on Malaria and ACTs
04/28/2008 CHAI - CHAI Announces Price Reductions on New Pediatric and Second-Line Formulations
Clinton Foundation and UNITAID Announce Price Reductions on 16 AIDS Medicines for 66 Developing Countries
05/08/2007 CHAI - Cost of Second-Line Treatments Falls by 25 percent in Low Income, 50 percent in Middle Income Countries; “Next Generation” One-Pill, Once-Daily AIDS Treatment Now Available for less than $1 per Day