Piece Outlines 3 Ways African Governments Can Engage With Private Sector To Improve Women’s, Children’s Health

World Economic Forum: 3 ways Africa can improve the health of women and children
Temitayo Erogbogbo, director of advocacy at MSD For Mothers, outlines three ways African governments can engage the private sector to reduce maternal mortality and improve the health of women and children: “1. Optimizing innovative financing tools for development … 2. Leveraging local private health providers to strengthen health systems … 3. Tapping into private-sector expertise and innovation” (4/17).

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