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24 new diagnostic technologies developed since 2003

Data since 2015

  • 71

    clinical trials

  • 11

    WHO recommendations supported

  • 6,000+

    health workers trained

  • 32,500+

    patients enrolled in studies

  • 50m+

    products procured

  • 3,000+

    laboratories & testing
    sites strengthened

  • Sabir's TB school visit

    Meet Sabir. He is 14 years old and lives in Surat, India. He loves studying and competed in the national Science Olympiad. He found out he had TB only after learning about the disease during a school visit by doctors.

  • Jennifer's quality training

    This is Jennifer from the Research Institute for Tropical Medicine (RITM) in the Philippines, leading a workshop in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on quality testing for malaria rapid tests.

  • Zaza's lab-in-a-van

    Zaza is a social worker at Imedi HRS in Batumi, Georgia. With a lab specialist, Zaza does community outreach work conducting mobile counseling and screening for hepatitis C and other infectious diseases, using a lab-in-a van.


From our CEO

25 APR 2019: This year’s World Malaria Day theme is zero malaria starts with me, something that resonates particularly strongly here at FIND, as elimination of any infectious disease just isn’t possible without effective diagnostics to find patients and track progress. Developing new tools and assessing them to ensure they are up to the job is an urgent priority, and we are happy to have announced this week that work is...

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