Unpacking PPP’s myths and opportunities
No invitations necessary; open to all conference registrants
Wednesday, 7 December
CTICC room location: 2.4
Governmental officials, private sector, NGOs and implementing partners.
Sysmex will be undertaking a panel discussion focusing on Public Private Partnerships (PPP) on the African continent. The PPP topic will be reviewed from different perspectives including a financial academic perspective; a private sector perspective; government and NGO perspective and lastly the perspective of relevant implementing partners. Through this panel discussion our objective is to unpack assumptions and uncover realities while looking at best practice from PPP stakeholders. Answering the questions around what is a PPP in our healthcare context, who are the partners in a PPP and what is the successful outcome for all partners will enrich the knowledge and understanding for all delegates attending this session.
SESSION LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
Sharing experiences and knowledge on Public Private Partnerships in healthcare in Africa.
Dr Trevor Peter PhD, MPH Senior Scientific Director, Diagnostics Clinton Health Access
Dr Harold Kaura Chief Operations Officer, technical operations Namibia Institute of Pathology
Dr Ahmed Kalebi Group Managing Director & Consultant Pathologist Lancet Group of Laboratories – East Africa
Prof du Toit Director of Africa Centre of HIV/AIDS Management at Stellenbosch University