Public-Private Partnerships for Family Planning: Case Studies on Local Participation

The value of local participation is presented in five case studies on public-private partnerships for family planning: Marie Stopes Papua New Guinea, Sehat Sahulat Card in Pakistan, Sayana Press implementation in Senegal, Wazazi Nipendeni in Tanzania, and accredited drug dispensing outlets in Tanzania. The publication begins by discussing partnership mechanisms and the types of partners. The authors consider the experience of PPP unit representatives that worked on health issues, including family planning. The primer closes with a discussion about ongoing challenges and opportunities for these partnerships.

Author

Emily Mangone and Nelson Gitonga

Contributor

SHOPS Plus

Published
April 2017
Resource Types
Primer
Country
Pakistan
Senegal
Sénégal
Tanzania
Technical Area
Policy and Stewardship
Health Area
Family Planning
Current Downloads
158

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