• Our Work

    BORN FREE AFRICA FOCUSED ON THREE AREAS OF IMPACT: ADVOCACY, POLICY AND PHILANTHROPIC INVESTMENTS IN TALENT.

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Our Approach
Talent

Talent is an important part of our approach
    • Providing the missing link

      ELIMINATING MOTHER TO CHILD TRANSMISSION OF HIV REQUIRES CLINICAL SOLUTIONS, FINANCIAL RESOURCES AND THE TALENT TO EXECUTE HIV PROGRAMS. BORN FREE PROVIDES THE MISSING LINK OF TALENT AND EXECUTION.

      BORN FREE PARTNERED WITH GOVERNMENTS AND BUSINESS COMMUNITIES TO RECRUIT, DEVELOP, AND EMPOWER LOCAL MANAGEMENT TALENT THAT CONTRIBUTED TO A RAPID ACCELERATION OF THE ELIMINATION OF MOTHER TO CHILD TRANSMISSION.

  • THE PROGRESS
    TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE IMPACT OF BORN FREE’S PARTNERSHIPS WITH THE GOVERNMENTS OF NIGERIA AND KENYA, EXPLORE OUR COUNTRY INVESTMENTS Learn about our partnerships
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Our Approach
Advocacy

RAISING AWARENESS AROUND THE WORLD
    • BORN FREE FASHION CAMPAIGN
      FASHION’S LEADING DESIGNERS CREATED A SPECIAL EDITION CLOTHING COLLECTION TO SUPPORT A GENERATION BORN HIV FREE
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    • Born Free Goes to Washington
      BORN FREE TESTIFYING ALONGSIDE BEN AFFLECK AND BILL GATES
      FOR SUSTAINED FUNDING FOR GLOBAL HEALTH
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    • VICTORIA BECKHAM VISITS KENYA
      VICTORIA BECKHAM VISITED KENYA WITH BORN FREE TO RAISE GLOBAL AWARENESS OF
      THE ISSUE OF MOTHER TO CHILD TRANSMISSION OF HIV
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Our Approach
Policy

How our partnerships shape policy
    • IN 2012, BORN FREE PARTNERED WITH UNICEF AND THE CLINTON HEALTH ACCESS INITITATIVE TO PUBLISH A DISCUSSION PAPER TO ENCOURAGE SINGLE DOSE OPTION B+ AS THE PREVENTATIVE TREATMENT FOR PMTCT.

      BY 2015, THE IMPLEMENTATION OF OPTION B+ HAD RESULTED IN 91% OF THE 1.1 MILLION WOMEN RECEIVING ARVS AS PART OF PMTCT SERVICES BEING OFFERED LIFELONG ART.
      (SOURCE: UNAIDS 2016 'PREVENTION GAP REPORT)

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Our Approach
Knowledge Sharing

sharing to further future philanthropic and public health
    • In addition to philanthropic investment, Born Free Africa is committed to experimentation, partnership and knowledge sharing that may serve to further future philanthropic and/or public health efforts around the world.

      To that end, Born Free’s leadership team developed a Human Capital Playbook to share best practice methodologies and resources for building high-quality teams and managing human capital to achieve results, based on Born Free’s experience developing partnerships and investing in human capital-focused initiatives in Africa.

      The contributions that management talent made toward the elimination of mother to child transmission of HIV in Nigeria and Kenya reinforce the idea that human capital is a key driver of impact, and that the careful selection, management and support of human capital can create significant value.

       
       
       
       
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