Developing Coordinated Public-Private Partnerships and Systems for Financing Health in Africa. Experiences from Africa and India

This publication represents the outcome of the India-Africa Partnership between the African Development Bank, the Health Systems Research India Initiative (HSRII) and the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) based in Johannesburg, South Africa. The partnership was an initiative of the African Development Bank, which also took on the role of overall project manager.

Public-private partnerships in healthcare financing and delivery offer significant opportunities for accelerated improvements in health service access in fast-developing economies such as those found in Africa. This book acts as a resource for countries in Africa seeking ways to leverage private actors in
the achievement of public goals. It traverses the knowledge and experience of healthrelated
public-private partnerships on two continents, Africa and India, to accelerate the transfer of knowledge in their accountable design and implementation. The book provides information on how to regulate and implement health-related PPPs using case studies from India and South Africa.

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