On March 23rd, 2021, the GHHG working group “Partnerships for Global Health” is organizing a Working Group Meeting as part of the Week of the Working Groups 2021. The session will particularly discuss the issue of “Partnerships for Global Health – A key instrument to achieve the Agenda 2030”.
Organizers: GHHG Working Group “Partnerships for Global Health” in collaboration with the Global Health Hub Germany.
Natalia is coordinator of the Working Group on Partnerships for Global Health within the Global Health Hub-Germany, Founder of PPPHealth4All, an award-winning global platform to facilitate sustainable healthcare partnerships in the healthcare sector and Managing Director of SDG.17 Consulting GmbH, PPP-Speaker of the German Health Alliance and Chair of the Health Chapter in the World Association of PPP Units and PPP Professionals (WAPPP). She translates her passion for the Sustainable Development Goals and public-private partnerships into concrete actions and commitments.
Myron has over 25 years of corporate experience including executive vairous positions . He also has 15 years of experience with healthcare NGOs including; International Aid, Medical Teams International and International Medical Equipment Collaborative. Mr Aldrink has been a consultant with Johnson & Johnson since 2005 and chairman of the Medical and Surgical Skills Institute (MSSI) in Ghana West Africa Currently, Myron is the Director in the Advocacy for the Global Health Partnerships (USA).
Prof. Dr. Shailey Prasad
Shailey Prasad MD MPH is the Executive Director & Carlson Chair of Global Health at the Center for Global Health and Social Responsibility, and a Professor of Family Medicine at the University of Minnesota. Dr. Prasad has extensive experience working in underserved areas around the world, from forest tribes in southern India to rural Mississippi and other parts of the world, advocating that health is critical to overall development. He has been part of research teams in health services research and rural health and is actively involved in developing primary care in various parts of the world.
Bruce Compton is senior director of global health for the Catholic Health Association of the United States. Mr. Compton is responsible for assisting and supporting CHA-member organizations in their outreach activities in the developing world. Mr. Compton lived in Haiti from 2000 to 2002, and he continues to work in support of health missions in the developing world. He did so in his capacity as founding president and chief executive of Springfield, Ill.–based Hospital Sisters Mission Outreach, a ministry organization bringing surplus medical supplies from Midwest hospitals to medical missions in the developing world.
Description: The Working Group meeting aims to explain different types of partnerships and how partnerships can help achieve Universal Health Coverage by mobilizing funds, augmenting health service delivery and delivering extraordinary results towards the Sustainable Development Goals.
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