Track 1.5 Engaging the private sector and forging meaningful Public-Private Partnership for accelerated access to health

07 Mar 2019
10:45 - 12:15
AD10

Track 1.5 Engaging the private sector and forging meaningful Public-Private Partnership for accelerated access to health

Oral Presentation Session 1


Chair: Ms Stacie Stender, jhpiego, SA
Co-Chair: Dr. Maggie Chirwa, One Family Health
Rapporteur: Edna Osebe – AEL; Michelle Rabouw – NL

Abstract No. Title Presenter/Institution/

Country

THABO01

 

Assessment of private health care provider capacity for the provision of Tuberculosis care and treatment services: case of selected Gold Star Network and Tunza franchised facilities in Kenya. (315) Joshua Limo

Kenya Association for the Prevention of Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases, Kenya

THABO02

 

Water and sanitation for health and economic improvements a case of RAIN project in Serengeti District, Mara Region, Tanzania (316) Mloelya Paul

Amref Health Africa, Tanzania

THABO03

 

Public Private Partnerships to increase availability of health workforce to drive universal health coverage: The case of the Afya Elimu Fund (393) Ian Wanyoike

Intrahealth International, Kenya

 

THABO04

 

Improving access to nutrition services in Homa Bay County, Kenya (547) Francis Aila

Ministry of Health, Kenya

THABO05

 

Government resource contributions to the private-not-for-profit sector in Uganda: evolution, adaptations and implications for universal health coverage (735) Aloysius Ssennyonjo

Makerere University, Uganda