Video: Strengthening the technical and business capacity of private sector providers in Madagascar

In Madagascar, SHOPS Plus trained private sector providers in quality assurance and continuing quality improvement, focusing on key health areas affecting the Malagasy population. In this video, SHOPS Plus Chief of Party Sarindra Ramanitrivonony and Dr. Andy Rakotomanana from the Ministry of Public Health discuss the project’s approach to training and to ensuring the continuity of the training after the project ends. Luc Rakotovao, vice dean of the School of Medicine at the University of Antananarivo speaks about collaborating with SHOPS Plus to integrate the training content into the medical school curriculum.

Related video: Laying the foundation for public-private engagement in Madagascar



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Technical Area
Provider Quality
Public-Private Engagement
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Family Planning
Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene
performance improvement
public-private partnerships
quality assurance
quality improvement



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