Engaging the Private Sector in Health System Resilience Efforts

A Strategic Approach

Engaging the private sector in all stages of health system resilience is by nature a complex undertaking, most often occurring too late in a response and without adequate planning. Committed public and private champions who see the benefit of joint action are crucial, as is arming them with evidence-based best practices and guidance. This report presents a strategic approach that can guide USAID missions in addressing health system stressors and shocks, while supporting countries on the journey toward self-reliant, prepared, and resilient health systems. The authors present tangible actions that missions can take in applying the strategic approach to a shock event.

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Author

James White and Caroline Quijada

Contributor

SHOPS Plus

Published
September 2020
Resource Types
Report
Technical Area
Corporate Engagement
Public-Private Engagement
Keywords
global
corporate social responsibility
health systems
public-private partnerships
sustainability
Current Downloads
363

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