Throughout 2018, ICAP is celebrating 15 years of empowering health.
From the organization’s start in 2003 as a bold initiative established to confront a raging HIV epidemic, ICAP has grown into a global health leader dedicated to improving the health of families and communities around the world.
On October 30, 2018, ICAP marked this milestone year with a celebration at Columbia University’s Low Library Rotunda, premiering a special video and a stunning publication with highlights from ICAP’s work worldwide.
Highlights from ICAP’s 15th Anniversary Celebration
15th Anniversary Video
15th Anniversary Publication
Read event coverage on the Mailman School of Public Health website
Guests at the event included Chelsea Clinton, who shared a photo and kind words on Twitter:
Listening to the amazing Dr. Wafaa El-Sadr speak earlier this evening about @ICAP_ColumbiaU’s 15 years of impact was incredibly inspiring. Thank you Wafaa & to the 1800 people who work with ICAP around the world for all you do every day. pic.twitter.com/x64ze4PqUV
— Chelsea Clinton (@ChelseaClinton) October 30, 2018
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ICAP 15th Anniversary History Wall
Read more about the ICAP 15th Anniversary History Wall and see photos from the installation and launch event here.