AA&D is a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit that is working in solidarity with partners around the world to overcome barriers to high quality health care and medicines, particularly for economically and socially marginalized groups.
Areas of Work
AA&D works primarily within two focus areas: the delivery of high quality health care and ensuring access to medicines. Within these areas, we are working with committed partners across five continents.
Program & Partner Locations
AA&D is located in Durham, NC, USA, and partners with other nonprofit organizations, civil society groups and local governments across the world to improve delivery of health care and access to medicines. Currently, our programs and partnerships are active in the following countries, among many others.
TB Free Chennai Initiative
Municipality-led TB elimination intiative
County-wide TB elimination initiative
Integrated response to TB & diabetes
Oblast-based TB elimination programs & diabetes policy analysis
Zero TB Karachi Project
Social support, research, fundraising, health & drug policy analysis
Our Partners and Supporters Include:
Harvard Medical School Center for Global Health Delivery - Dubai
Harvard Medical School Department of Global Health and Social Medicine
Duke University Sanford School of Public Policy
Duke Center for International Development
The Stop TB Partnership - hosted by the United Nations Office for Project Services
Interactive Research and Development
Carolina Global Breastfeeding Institute
Refugee Community Partnership
The Center for New North Carolinians
UNC American Indian Center
Partners In Health
Partners In Health - Russia
Socios En Salud - Peru
The Drew Quality Group
Resource Group for Education and Advocacy for Community Health - Chennai
The Chicago Recovery Alliance
Clinton Health Access Initiative
Friends for International TB Relief
University of North Carolina Eshelman School of Pharmacy
The Lilly Foundation
Lilly MDR-TB Partnership - Lilly Global Health
The Pfizer Foundation
2017-2018 Annual Report
Download our 2017-2018 Annual Report.
Annual Report may be revised before November 2019.