CHAI Annual Report 2014

CHAI Annual Report 2014

The 2014 Annual Report highlights CHAI’s programmatic work around the world, thanks to our many dedicated partners and supporters. Download...
Case Study: Injectable Artesunate Uptake

Case Study: Injectable Artesunate Uptake

Treating severe malaria with injectable artesunate instead of quinine can substantially reduce mortality. To increase uptake and improve health outcomes, CHAI supported ministries of health in six high-burden countries to overcome barriers to adoption. Learn more...
Case Study: ATV/r Uptake

Case Study: ATV/r Uptake

Access to better tolerated, more convenient regimens for HIV treatment promotes adherence and leads to better patient outcomes. CHAI is working to ensure affordable pricing and to address demand-side barriers to access. Increased uptake of optimal second-line regimens...
Case Study: Expanding Access to Contraceptive Implants

Case Study: Expanding Access to Contraceptive Implants

CHAI and partners achieved a price reduction agreement for contraceptive implants that increased total implant distribution by 56 percent from 2012 to 2013 and will result in procurement savings of more than US$300 million over six years. Learn more about this...
Case Study: Resource Mapping in Malawi

Case Study: Resource Mapping in Malawi

Achieving universal access to HIV treatment requires using the resources available as efficiently as possible. To this end, CHAI supports 10 countries to conduct annual resource mapping. In Malawi, results have informed the allocation of US$300 million to high-impact...