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Results of brokering regional PPPs – more than just money Elizabeth Macgregor-Skinner June 15, 2011
The 4th Sector Health Project Latin America and Caribbean Leverage resources through PPPs Increase corporate engagement in health Build relationships with multinationals 3
Why should companies partner? Access health knowledge & technical expertise Introduce new products/technologies Strengthen stakeholder networks Reduce financial burdens M&E Social responsibility 4
Why regional partnerships? USAID Global & local Missions Regional health priorities Regional implementation partners Companies Define markets regionally Regional management structures Address global priorities Speed expansion 5
What partners bring USAID $$ Resources Development expertise Credibility Partner networks Convening ability Companies Skills, services, products Access to markets Technology $$ Resources Communication and marketing know-how 6
Partnerships align interests Business Interest Development Goals 7 Partnership Opportunity
Our approach to alliance building Advance Knowledge Engage Partners Form Alliance Develop & Implement Activity 8 SUSTAINED INTEREST IN PARTNERSHIPS NEW APPROACHES INCREASED DIALOG IMPROVED HEALTH OUTCOMES SUSTAINED INTEREST IN PARTNERSHIPS NEW APPROACHES INCREASED DIALOG IMPROVED HEALTH OUTCOMES
4th Sector Health regional partnerships in >12 countries 9
Improving Access to Clean and Safe Drinking Water During Emergencies Goal: Reduce incidence of Diarrhea and child illness Preposition clean drinking water for emergencies P&G donations of PUR and reduced pricing; logistics Nicaragua, Guatemala, Honduras 10 Catholic Relief Services
Improving nutrition and food security among coffee farmers in Latin America Goal: Reduce under 5 malnutrition Improve health, nutrition and livelihoods of populations in GMCRs supply chain GMCR interested in long-term sustainability of specialty coffee sources; contribute funding and know-how Regional learning includes Bolivia and Guatemala
Increasing health programming among RedeAmérica members Goal: Increase corporate investment in health as part of grass-roots development Strengthen program efforts of 70+ LAC corporations Develop health framework to outline best practices Create local ties to health partners Monitor future investments 12
Testing use of ICT tools for maternal & child health Goal: Improve MCH through use of mobile technology Track and manage pregnant women and newborns in Nicaragua Infrastructure for mobile expansion to rural areas by Claro and Ericsson Documenting cost/benefit and feasibility Regional learning through LAC Open Source working group
What we learned Opportunities for regional engagement are in multinationals interest A broker is needed to navigate borders/interests The regional model facilitates expansion Funding relies on global and local decision makers
Key challenges Timeline to negotiate Understanding multinational corporate structures Aligning USAID priorities Defining engagement at multiple levels Finding regional implementation partners
Opportunities beyond resources Bring new resources to development and health Pilot approaches for emerging health issues and new technologies Target resources to critical but underfunded health priorities Longer term partnerships with flexibility to meet health gaps 16
How can we spur more PPPs in Health Engagement & educate companies on health issues Understand and accept corporate interests Determine mutual interests and alliance value Clear management plan Learn and expand Give PPPs visibility 17
Thank You! 18
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