In 2003 —out of the crisis of the global HIV epidemic—ICAP emerged. Propelled by the vision of founding director Wafaa El-Sadr, MD, MPH, MPA, a Columbia Mailman professor of Epidemiology, ICAP endeavors to strengthen the health systems of under-resourced communities around the world, demonstrating how innovative solutions can be implemented and scaled up to bring health and hope to those hardest hit by HIV/AIDS, as well as such devastating diseases as malaria and tuberculosis. Through a mix of research, implementation, and training, ICAP pursues its mission to make health and well-being a reality for populations around the world.

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