Private Enterprise for Public Health: A Short Guide for Companies
This is a guide directed to the private sector and describes opportunities for business to improve women’s and children’s health.
It highlights a broad range of specific and practical opportunities for improving the health of women and children while also generating value for private enterprise. It also provides information about the health needs of women and children in developing and emerging economies to help companies identify where they can have the greatest impact.
The aim of this guide is to catalye a collective approach to creating transformative partnerships to help to save the lives of women and children. These partnerships need to be sustainable and scalable and include a broad range of stakeholders to make lasting progress.
It includes sections on:
- What needs exist
- How can companies help?
- Collective impact
- Private Enterprise for Public Health: A Short Guide for Companies
- CDC’s Guiding Principles for Public-Private Partnerships: A Tool to Support Engagement to Achieve Public Health Goals
- How Businesses Can Invest in Women and Realize Returns
- A Guide to Successful Public-Private Partnerships for Youth Programs
- Private Sector Engagement Policy
- Transforming the Private Sector to Support Universal Malaria Diagnostic Coverage
- Engaging the Private Sector in Maternal and Neonatal Health in Low and Middle Income Countries
- The Malaria Safe PLAYBOOK: A Resource Guide in the Fight against Malaria
- How to Improve Access to Malaria Treatment in the Private Sector [Webinar]
- Private Sector Counts
March 25, 2019