While HIV prevention, care, and treatment remains central to our efforts, ICAP has expanded its strategic focus to apply lessons learned from the global HIV response to address other health issues such as COVID-19, tuberculosis, and more.
ICAP touches every part of the health system wherever it works, addressing challenges in health governance, human resources, health financing, infrastructure, laboratory services, supply chain and pharmacy services, clinical services, and health information.
Making a measurable impact ON Global Public Health
Since its founding in 2003, ICAP has made a continued and marked impact on global health. From HIV testing and tuberculosis screening to support for maternal and child health to response to emerging infectious disease outbreaks, ICAP has reached millions of people in low- and middle-income countries, implementing innovative solutions to critical health challenges and improving the health and wellbeing of vulnerable populations.