Regional Private Health Sector and mHealth Assessment Dissemination Workshop Report

On May 20–21, 2014, West African public and private health sector stakeholders gathered in Accra, Ghana to discuss findings and recommendations of the SHOPS project’s reports, “The Private Health Sector in West Africa: Six Macro-Level Assessments” and “mHealth in West Africa: A Landscape Report.” Seventy-three participants, including representatives from 11 West African governments, mhealth developers, mobile operators, international donor organizations, and implementing partners used the event as an opportunity to share knowledge, build relationships, and explore partnership opportunities in the region. The workshop served as the first forum for stakeholders in West Africa to explore opportunities for mhealth and the private health sector in the region.

Author

Chloé Revuz, Leslie Miles, Bettina Brunner, and Pamela Riley

Contributor

SHOPS Project

Published
November 2014
Resource Types
Report
Technical Area
Private Health Sector Assessments
Health Area
HIV
Keywords
Africa
AIDS
private sector assessment
Current Downloads
31

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