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Scaling Impact: Innovation in Action

Reader,

The urgent global need of providing quality and accessible healthcare to all implores scalable solutions that can have more impact and reach more people. Not all barriers to finding effective solutions to complex challenges are financial. The major barriers lie on multiple dimensions such as the policy and regulatory environment, lack of a skilled workforce, data and ICT, value chain development, and support structures of the solution.

Thus, to achieve significant levels of scaling impact, it has become increasingly important to build capacity in these dimensions so as to create the conditions and support necessary to scale.
Scaling is not a linear process, it is multi-dimensional. and that is exactly why rich partnerships are essential in planning and scaling impact; dealing with multiple levels of the ‘system’ also requires multiple types of experience and expertise.

Creating shared value for all stakeholders is an opportunity to combine competitiveness with the creation of social value. PPPs with an aligned vision have the power to widen the scope of the impact. But to ensure sustainability in the long run, it is important to be mindful of the nature of the partnerships.



Join VIPS and Speakers at AHBS III to explore how we can develop strategies through PPPs to have more impact, identifying the right partners and how we can achieve a balance between innovative PPPs and sustainability for UHC.
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Hon. Dr. Chitalu Chilufya
Minister of Health
Zambia
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Hon. Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng
Minister of Health
Uganda
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Hon. Prof. Kane Boubacar
Minister of Health
Mauritania
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Saffie Lowe Ceesay
Minister of Health and Social Welfare
The Gambia
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Hon. Dr. Bernard Haufiku
Minister of Health & Social Welfare
Namibia
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Hon. Dr. David Parirenyatwa
Minister of Health and Child Care
Zimbabwe
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H.E. Amira El Fadil
Commissioner of Social Affairs
African Union
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Takao Toda
Vice President
JICA
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Ambassador Jean Kamau
Kenya High Commission
South Africa
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Dr. Mohamed El Sahili
CEO
Medland Health Services
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Dr. Anuschka Coovadia
Head of Healthcare Africa KPMG
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Prof. Morgan Chetty
Chairman
IPAF

The third annual Africa Health Business Symposium, to be held on 8th-9th October in Johannesburg, South Africa. The symposium, themed "Achieving UHC in Africa: Stronger Together" will be focus on understanding the roles of the different sectors toward achieving UHC, including how to frame priorities, capitalize on public-private partnerships, and use innovative approaches to address challenges. These two days will give delegates the opportunity to hear from experts in the field, collaborate with public and private health sector partners, and work towards solutions that will improve healthcare outcomes and stimulate the business of healthcare in Africa. Visit www.africahealthbusiness.com to learn more and to register for the event. Register before 31st August to receive an early bird discount!

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Registration for any 1 day - $200

Registration for both days - $300

* valid up to 31st August 2018

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Nishit Shah
Director
events@africahealthbusiness.com