Chaired by President Bill Clinton, the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) saves lives in low- and middle-income countries by helping people gain access to essential medicines and health services. CHAI is a trusted adviser to governments, helping them transform the way they provide health care to their people.
Some of the greatest challenges in fighting diseases of poverty are organizational and managerial, not scientific or medical. With offices in over 25 countries, CHAI partners with governments on a wide range of issues including HIV/AIDS, malaria, and maternal and child health, as well as strengthening in-country health systems, expanding human resources for health, and improving markets for medicines and the efficiency of health resource allocation.
First Flight provides frequent use of facilities and resources to help further CHAI’s mission.