Namibia Private Health Sector Assessment

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This brief is a summary of the Namibia Private Sector Assessment, September 2010, conducted by the SHOPS project. Thierry Uwamahoro prepared the brief, which discusses the assessment methods and findings and presents key recommendations for engaging the private sector.

Given the context of declining donor funding in Namibia, the overall goal of the recommendations is to craft a national HIV response that is sustainable and leverages private sector resources—both in financing and service delivery.

Note: The Namibia private sector assessment was conducted in March and April 2010. The brief, its findings, and its recommendations present a snapshot of Namibia’s health sector landscape at the time of the assessment and do not address increasing levels of public-private engagement and partnership in the health sector since 2010.

Author

SHOPS Project

Contributor

SHOPS Project

Published
September 2012
Resource Types
Brief
Country
Namibia
Technical Area
Private Health Sector Assessments
Public-Private Engagement
Health Area
HIV
Keywords
private sector assessment
policy
NGO sustainability
HIV/AIDS
Current Downloads
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