Public-Private Partnerships Can Further Global Health Efforts, Says Shah
GlobalPost: Public-private partnerships: A ‘win-win’ for global health?
“When USAID Administrator Rajiv Shah announced more than $600 million in new partnerships with private organizations last month, including giant multinationals Coca-Cola and Johnson & Johnson, the news was heralded in Washington as another stride in the agency’s path to ending preventable child and maternal mortality. Shah’s June 25 announcement was another dramatic example of the administration’s signature embrace of private enterprise to help solve some of the most pressing global health crises…” (Miley, 7/8).
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