Health Systems Leapfrogging in Emerging Economies
This report focuses on catalysing change through an “ecosystem approach” to partnerships. To effectively implement health innovations, we need closer and more efficient cooperation betwee...
The Sustainable Development Goals call for universal health coverage by 2030, starting with primary care. Neither governments nor private organizations can address this challenge alone. This project aims to establish a coalition of partners that builds on existing partner efforts for primary care and universal health coverage by:
The PCC is a two-year project. In year 1 of the project, political will from partners was established, an Executive Committee was recruited and convened, and partner workshops and sessions to determine work plan and priorities were conducted. In year 2 of the project, governance and operating models for the PCC will be established, and the PCC will be formally launched. Over 30 partners have already committed to the initiative. Additionally, a pilot project in Kullu, Himachal Pradesh, India is underway, seeking to create a public-private partnership centered on a human-centric platform that delivers primary care for the residents of Kullu. This initiative will be included in the global repository. The Coalition will live on after the two-year project is finished, independent of the Forum.
The Coalition will provide the following key deliverables in 2017-2018: