Engaging Nigeria's Private Health Sector for a Stronger HIV Response

Nigeria’s private sector delivers approximately half of non-HIV health services in the country. However, private provision of HIV services is low. Increasing the number of private providers who deliver the full range of HIV services or improving the reach of and access to private providers who already offer HIV services can help create stronger linkages to care for people living with HIV. 

To capitalize on this opportunity, SHOPS Plus conducted a market analysis of supply and demand for HIV services in Lagos and Rivers states. The purpose was to inform a market strategy for engaging and serving people living with HIV in these two states through the private sector.

This brief gives a summary of the market research, divides the market into seven segments, and provides targeted recommendations for each segment. 
 

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Author

SHOPS Plus

Contributor

SHOPS Plus

Published
September 2018
Resource Types
Brief
Country
Nigeria
Technical Area
Total Market Approach
Health Area
HIV
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