Research is an important aspect of Clínica de Familia´s work, and its original research projects on public health issues and interventions provide vital new information for local, national and global understanding and planning. Published research has included studies about HIV prevalence among pregnant women, male circumcision, disclosure of HIV diagnosis to children, an analysis of the HIV treatment cascade, the Zika virus among adolescent mothers and their babies, a family planning health coaching model, STI prevalence in key populations, an evaluation of the clinic’s sex education program, and the use of infographics with HIV-positive clients, among many others. Research funding has been provided by Columbia University, the National Institutes of Health, via Florida International University, the Children´s Hospital of Philadelphia, and Grand Challenges Canada, among others. A list with links to recent Clínica de Familia publications can be found on their website:

Annual Reports

2021 Annual Report


2020 Annual Report