Tanzania Private Health Sector Assessment

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This brief is a summary of the Tanzania private health sector assessment, conducted by the SHOPS project and the IFC-World Bank Health in Africa Initiative in 2012. Sean Callahan prepared this brief, which presents the assessment methods, findings, and key recommendations for engaging the private sector.

Given the relatively organized state of Tanzania’s private health sector and the Tanzanian government’s focus on building strong public-private partnerships, the overall goal of these recommendations is to present actionable steps for the public and private sectors to fully leverage private sector resources and achieve national health goals in HIV/AIDS, reproductive and child health, malaria, and tuberculosis.

Author

SHOPS Project

Contributor

SHOPS Project

Published
February 2013
Resource Types
Brief
Country
Tanzania
Technical Area
Private Health Sector Assessments
Public-Private Engagement
Health Area
Tuberculosis
Malaria
HIV
Keywords
reproductive health
public-private partnerships
public-private dialogue
private sector assessment
policy
maternal and child health
HIV/AIDS
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