The Power of Public Private Partnerships: Saving Children's Lives in Ghana

The SHOPS program in Ghana promoted the introduction of zinc for treatment of pediatric diarrheas through private sector channels. A main focus of the program was to train private providers in new diarrhea management protocols and ensure they had quality, affordable products for their customers. The team also educated caregivers in the proper treatment of childhood diarrhea. This short video highlights the accomplishments of the program.

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May 2015
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Child Health



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