The Evolving Case for Public-Private Partnerships to Achieve the Global Goals

A number of countries that have relied on development assistance for health are becoming ineligible for funding, leaving them without the necessary financial and technical support to sustain their health improvements.

The newest National Academy of Medicine Commentary from Katherine Taylor, Eck Institute for Global Health Associate Director and Director of Global Health Training, argues that we must move beyond traditional views of global health, in which the public sector supports these efforts alone without private sector involvement. Taylor contends that private sector engagement is integral to continued progress, and that those working in the field must not view global health in a silo but rather recognize the value of the private sector in achieving global health goals.

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