Public-Private Partnership in Kenya

Kenya Healthcare Federation (KHF) 2018 Strategy meeting 

Public Private Partnerships (PPPs)

Kenya Healthcare Federation through its PPP committee and partnership with PS Kenya will this year focus on scaling up suitable PPPs settle upon in 2017 between KHF and the Ministry of Health. Supply Chain towards local manufacturing, healthcare financing towards describe health covers for all and business models for the undeserved towards UHC are the three major PPP areas that the committee through the Health Communication and Marketing Programme (HCM) under the PPP scope of work. This committee plans to engage the national government to have the PPP retreat to implement the above three priority areas.

KHF Public-Private Partnership committee members meeting

KHF Public-Private Partnership committee members meeting

Actively engaging the incoming County Executive Committees for Health and Governors to come up with a work plan is key this year. This involves organizing County Stakeholders Forums with the CECs and work on already selected areas of collaboration in the counties. This team will single out a few counties of priority by also considering the ten HIV and Malaria burdened counties.

Working with an indicator matrix to strengthen the capacity of Government to lead, manage and govern health communications and marketing is a major goal with the focus to Zero in the 10 HIV & Malaria USAID priority counties. The committee plan to have a PPP workshop in one of the county major blocks e.g. the Lake Basin area or coastal area. The above items will be achieved though working with various partners to ensure inclusivity towards universal health coverage.

Other focus areas include informing members of various existing funding mechanism e.g. the KCM Global Fund, creating awareness through publication of articles in the Nation Media Group, focus on inclusivity with a common agenda and encourage other KHF members to join the PPP committee and working closely with other committees and align priority issues.

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