Unitaid is an international organization that invests in new ways to prevent, diagnose and treat HIV/AIDS, hepatitis C, tuberculosis and malaria more quickly, more affordably and more effectively. It accelerates access to innovation so that critical health products can reach the people who most need them.
Unitaid's work facilitates large-scale introduction of health products through funding by The Global Fund, the United States President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) and by governments.
Unitaid is administered by the World Health Organization.
Solthis received funding from the global initiative for health UNITAID for the OPP-ERA project. This project aims to improve the monitoring of people living with HIV by opening up the viral load technology market to new suppliers by promoting the ‘Open Polyvalent Platforms’ (OPP) model. The OPP-ERA project is being implemented in four countries (Burundi, Cameroon, Ivory Coast and Guinea) by a consortium of partners led by Solthis for its second phase, which includes the ANRS, Expertise France and Sidaction. Solthis is the project operator for Guinea.See website