Bringing Primary Health Care to Remote Populations through Public-Private Partnerships: the SHOPS Mister Sister Experience

This presentation gives an overview of a public-private partnership between the Ministry of Health and Social Services, the PharmAccess Foundation, the USAID-funded SHOPS project, and corpoarate investors, which provides mobile primary healthcare services to people in rural areas of Namibia. 

Author

Thierry Uwamahoro

Contributor

SHOPS Project

Published
February 2013
Resource Types
Presentation
Country
Namibia
Technical Area
Health Financing
Corporate Engagement
Keywords
public-private partnerships
NGO sustainability
health insurance
financing strategies
financing mechanisms
financial sustainability
corporate social responsibility
Current Downloads
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