Innovating For Efficiency and Impact

ICAP believes that an important way to improve the health of families and communities is by developing better solutions to health system problems. ICAP supports a broad range of health services, including HIV/AIDS, prevention of mother to child transmission, tuberculosis, malaria, non-communicable diseases, and maternal-child health. In support of comprehensive services, ICAP has helped strengthen linkages between health facilities and community-based organizations that provide nutritional support, income-generating opportunities, and care for widows, and children at risk. Finally, ICAP has expanded its support of prevention, care, and treatment activities for key populations such as injection drug users, men who have sex with men, survivors of sexual and gender based violence, and other communities particularly at risk for HIV infection.

Key Achievements