PharmAccess Foundation and the French association Partenaires against AIDS/SIDA-ENTREPRISES are pleased to announce the launch of their guideline “Developing Public-Private Partnerships to fight HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria”. The practical guideline is based on the organizations’ concrete experience and assists private companies in setting up effective public-private partnerships.
In recent years, the number of Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) addressing public health concerns and particularly the three communicable diseases of HIV, Tuberculosis and Malaria in resource-poor settings has increased exponentially.
PPPs can greatly contribute to addressing development issues and to supporting a private organisation’s engagement, but their success greatly depends on a multitude of factors linked to the development process and structure of the PPP.
In this practical guideline, PharmAccess and Partners against AIDS/-ENTREPRISES have teamed up and capitalized on the sound experience and competencies gained through their years of involvement in developing public health PPPs.
Based on real-life cases and best practices, this unique tool provides a stepwise approach to lead private organizations through the PPP lifecycle while avoiding the most common pitfalls.
The guideline is a must for organizations wishing to set up PPPs to address HIV, Tuberculosis and Malaria but also for any organization involved in other forms of partnerships to advance public health goals.
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A hard copy of the guideline can also be obtained by contacting us:
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About Partners against AIDS (PCS)/SIDA-ENTREPRISES:
After several years of operation in France and Africa, the two French organizations Partners Against AIDS (PCS) and SIDA-ENTREPRISES (SE) decided to partner in 2010, pooling together their networks, expertise and projects to assist companies in tackling health issues at the workplace.
Now SIDA-ENTREPRISES provide companies with custom-made assistance in defining their health policies and setting up quality and sustainable health programs. They operate at both levels for local companies/subsidiaries and Group headquarters.
Based on a diversified experience of health programs with companies’ headquarters in France and international/ national companies in Africa, SIDA-ENTREPRISES can provide field assistance to companies, drawing up quality and organizational assessments, providing training and guidance to enhance, adapt or re-launch health programs.
SIDA-ENTREPRISES also offer services to headquarters and companies in Africa wishing to design global health policies – including HIV, TB, Malaria and other chronic pathologies e.g. diabetes, hypertension – and to organize and monitor their implementation at the local level. SIDA-ENTREPRISES can build and enhance companies’ capacities to tackle health issues and to help their subsidiaries engineer the Group’s policy.
For more information about SIDA-ENTREPRISES please visit:www.sidaentreprises.org