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.
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
ICAP 15th Anniversary History Wall
Read more about the ICAP 15th Anniversary History Wall and see photos from the installation and launch event here.