Financing, social accountability and private sector engagement for Universal Health Coverage

06 Mar 2019
15:45 - 17:15

Financing, social accountability and private sector engagement for Universal Health Coverage

Lightning Oral Session 5

Chair: Prof Stella Anyangwe, HPC
Co-Chair: Dr Micah Matiang’i
Rapporteur: Mercy Apanja – KE; Tonny Kapsandui – UG

Abstract No. Title Presenter/




Challenges in facilitating access to sanitation financing for urban poor communities in Uganda (68) Patrick Kagurusi

Amref Health Africa, Uganda



Results based financing for community health as a key tool for creating accountability (260) Nayantara Watsa

Living Goods, Kenya



Amplifying voices of people living with non-communicable diseases in Kenya (407)


Catherine Karekezi

Non-communicable Diseases Alliance Kenya (NCDAK), Kenya



Improve access to HIV and AIDS and maternal health services in underserved districts through public private partnership (PPP) – end of program evaluation results of the Mkapa Fellows Program II (2013 to 2017) (418) Adeline Saguti Nyamwihura

Benjamin William Mkapa Foundation (BMF), Tanzania




The role of youth advocates in promoting social accountability: a case of Kisumu County. (464)


Faith Abala

Network for Adolescents and Youths of Africa, Kenya



Transcending the norm: standards of meaningful youth engagement in policy making (506) Sylvia Wamugi

Amref Health Africa, Kenya



Working with public and private health facilities to improve health services access for long distance truck drivers at east African community border areas (530) Dorothy Muroki

FHI 360, Kenya




Social accountability at the community level: a case study of Ugunja youth parliament model in Kenya (700)


Enock Omondi

Talanta Youth Empowerment Centre, Kenya



Purchasing high quality services for the poor from private health providers: the experience of an aggregator model in Kenya (716) Wamuhu Mbirwe

Population Services Kenya



Aggregating private health providers in Kenya to better contribute to UHC (605) Justus Odeyo

Population Services Kenya



Capital health: an integrated program to improve children’s health services implemented by Amref Health Africa (437) Mamadou Diouf

Amref Health Africa, Senegal



Strengthening new-born care services and leadership for improved outcomes (492) Shiphrah Kuria

Amref Health Africa, Kenya