Our Focus Areas
ICAP is a global health leader committed to improving the health and wellness of families and communities around the world through: service and programs, research, training and education, and impact measurement.
Service and Programs
ICAP supports large-scale, evidence-based health programs that improve services for HIV prevention, care, and treatment; tuberculosis; malaria; non-communicable diseases; reproductive health; and maternal and child health.
ICAP works at every level of the health system, collaborating with national governments, district health management teams, individual health facilities, NGOs, and educational institutions to strengthen the health system and improve patient outcomes.
Situated at a world-renowned university, ICAP is at the forefront of research to improve the delivery of HIV and TB prevention, care, and treatment services.
ICAP designs, implements, manages, and monitors a range of innovative implementation science and clinical research studies.
Education and Training
Human resources development is central to ICAP’s approach to health systems strengthening. Our diverse training and mentoring programs enhance the skills of nurses, doctors, laboratorians, lay health workers, and health managers with the goal of addressing critical gaps in human resources for health.
ICAP works with its partners to ensure that countries are able to characterize and monitor population-level health by building capacity for high-quality, context appropriate disease surveillance systems.
We support surveys, measurement, and impact assessments to improve the quality of health programs and health outcomes. ICAP conducts surveys to estimate HIV incidence, prevalence, and viral load suppression, providing critical information that can guide policy and funding priorities.