Private Sector Partners Step Up the Fight Against AIDS, TB and Malaria in Africa

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CAPE TOWN, South Africa – Five private sector partners today announced new pledges for the Global Fund’s Sixth Replenishment during the World Economic Forum on Africa. Goodbye Malaria, which is supported by Nando’s, an international restaurant group founded in South Africa, as well as other corporate partners, has pledged R85 million (about US$5.5 million) to the Global Fund to expand a … Read More

Ian MatthewsPrivate Sector Partners Step Up the Fight Against AIDS, TB and Malaria in Africa

Healthcare and Economic Growth in Africa: Public-Private Partnerships

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This article, the third in a series delving into the findings of the Healthcare and Economic Growth in Africa (HEGA) report, offers insight into the opportunities for public-private partnerships (PPPs) in African healthcare. Previous articles in the series focused on digital health in Africa and innovative financing techniques for bridging the health financing gap. Why PPPs? The financing gap for … Read More

Ian MatthewsHealthcare and Economic Growth in Africa: Public-Private Partnerships

Healthcare and Economic Growth in Africa: Innovative Financing

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This is the second article in a planned series which will review the findings of the recently-released Healthcare and Economic Growth in Africa report. The report provides an overview of the state of African health and health systems, with the aim of guiding investments and shaping narratives around health in Africa. This article offers insight into the status of, and … Read More

Ian MatthewsHealthcare and Economic Growth in Africa: Innovative Financing

New report takes you inside Africa’s premier event on health and business

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The Africa Business: Health Forum, held on the margins of the African Union summit in Addis Ababa on 12th February 2019, was the culmination of efforts by Aliko Dangote Foundation, GBCHealth and the UN Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) to help mobilize private sector resources and expertise in order to strengthen health systems and consequently transform health outcomes across the … Read More

Ian MatthewsNew report takes you inside Africa’s premier event on health and business

Insights: Optimizing Supply Chains to Empower Women and Girls

Alyssa GovindanNews

By: Rebecca Fishman Overview In the developing world, approximately 214 million women and girls who want to avoid getting pregnant are not using safe and effective family planning methods. In large part, this is due to barriers that limit access to sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) information, services, and products. These barriers persist across Africa, particularly for young … Read More

Alyssa GovindanInsights: Optimizing Supply Chains to Empower Women and Girls

Insights: It’s time to involve the private sector in accelerating Universal Health Coverage

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By Alyssa Govindan “Governments have everything to gain when they prioritize human health. I am hopeful for global progress because universal health coverage is included in the SDGs” – Dr. Agnes Binagwaho, Rwanda’s Minister of Health. What is UHC? Countries around the world have developed many different models for delivering healthcare. Some are fully public, some are mostly private, and … Read More

Alyssa GovindanInsights: It’s time to involve the private sector in accelerating Universal Health Coverage

Interviews: Leveraging business models for social good: An Insider Look at CSR

Alyssa GovindanNews, Newsletter

There are any number of way to define Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). For the purpose of this article we are referring to efforts made by companies aimed at making some sort of social or environmental impact. It is a way for companies to attract consumers and employees while also giving back to society. CSR picked up at the turn of … Read More

Alyssa GovindanInterviews: Leveraging business models for social good: An Insider Look at CSR

Insights: The Pivotal Role of the Private Sector in Achieving the Demographic Dividend in Africa

Alyssa GovindanNews, Newsletter

By Rebecca Fishman, Project Manager “Youth is the hope of our future,” wrote the Filipino patriot José Rizal in the late 1800s. The sentiment still resonates today, and particularly when it comes to achieving the African Union’s goal of an integrated and prosperous Africa. The fastest growing continent, Africa has the most youthful population; 70% of the projected 1.6 billion … Read More

Alyssa GovindanInsights: The Pivotal Role of the Private Sector in Achieving the Demographic Dividend in Africa

Event: Opportunities in Innovative Health Financing with the Global Fund

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The Global Fund Private Sector Delegation (PSD) will host an event on the sidelines of the 38th Global Fund Board meeting to discuss opportunities in innovative health financing. A significant increase in resources and funding is essential if we are to reach sustainable development goal (SDG) targets including eliminating HIV, TB and Malaria by 2030. Pressures on donor financing combined … Read More

Alyssa GovindanEvent: Opportunities in Innovative Health Financing with the Global Fund

AFRICA HEALTH BUSINESS SYMPOSIUM (AHBS II)

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TRANSFORMING PPPs FOR HEALTH IN AFRICA Business spending across the African continent is expected to grow from USD 2.6 trillion in 2015 to USD 3.5 trillion by 2025. This trend is driving greater demand for quality, affordable healthcare services from the low and middle income households compromising 70% of Africa’s purchasing power. Recognizing collaboration as critical to meeting this demand, … Read More

Ian MatthewsAFRICA HEALTH BUSINESS SYMPOSIUM (AHBS II)