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The US President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief

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									       Building Public Private Partnerships for
       Impact


                 Gene Peuse
HIV and AIDS Private-Public Partnerships Advisor
              PEPFAR/Tanzania
             gpeuse@usaid.gov
        Building Public Private Partnerships for
        Impact


Status of PPPs in Tanzania
 Infancy stage; general policy endorsement but
  need to develop legal & procedural framework
 2008 Min of Health & Social Work established
  National PPP Steering Committee
 2010 Public Private Partnership Technical
  Working Group established (4 bilateral donors, 4
  CSOs, 3 reps Prime Minister Regional & Local
  Gov’t, 8 reps Min of Health & Social Work)
          Building Public Private Partnerships for
          Impact


Current Approach: Opportunistic
 Potential partner offers project idea, funds and/or
  expertise or PEPFAR ITT articulates specific need
  (e.g. community health insurance, EID)
 Scout for other implementing or funding partners
 Partners collaboratively develop Concept Paper
  > Build rationale aligned to Partnership Framework
 USG PEPFAR panel reviews/approves Concept
  Paper
        Building Public Private Partnerships for
        Impact


Near Future Approach: Strategic
 Develop PPP strategy (e.g. give priority focus to
  PMTCT and health finance)
 Project ideas proposed by potential partners or
  PEPFAR ITTs must be aligned with strategy to be
  considered
 Scout for implementing and funding partners
 Partners collaboratively develop Concept Paper
 USG PEPFAR panel reviews/approves Concept
  Paper
         Building Public Private Partnerships for
         Impact



Observations:
Opportunistic approach with no strategy => (a) lack
 of impact because resources spread thinly; (b)
 possibly duplicating effort or working at cross-
 purposes

Strict adherence to strategy => (a) lost opportunity
  to mobilize available resources, (b)
  partnerships can grow towards significant
  strategic impact
       The process of building PPPs for
       impact


► Expanding the PEPFAR partnership

► Stimulating non-PEPFAR partnerships

► Finding the right modality
        Community Health Insurance Fund:
        Kyela District, Mbeya Region


            Expanding the partnership
►PPP Objective: Model community member owned
 and managed health insurance
►Primary Partner: Center for International
 Development & Research (CIDR is a French
 international NGO)
►Other Partners: Biolands Ltd (a private company
 that purchases coco), Maple Tree Tanzania (an
 NGO based in Kyela), GTZ, Elton John AIDS
 Foundation
        Private Medical Practice Development
        Program

      Stimulating non-PEPFAR partnerships
►PPP Objective: Provide business and customer
 care education to private physicians & establish
 low interest loan fund
►Primary Partner: Association of Private Health
 Facilities of Tanzania (APHFTA)
►Other Partners: Bienmoyo Foundation, Harvard
 and Wharton Business Schools, Mzumbe
 University College of Business, PharmAccess
 Foundation, DANIDA
        General Mills
        Technology & Business Skills Transfer
        Initiative

   Finding the right modality with a major U.S.
                      company
►PPP Objective: Provide fortified flour and food to
 PLWA
►MOU: OGAC, USAID, General Mills Sept 2009
►Primary Partner: TechnoServe
►Other Partners: General Mills International,
 Jamahedo Health Food Company

								
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