Exploring Public Private Partnerships for the Treatment and Prevention of HIV/AIDS (Associate Award)
In 2008, the CGHD received an Associate Award to the Child and Family Applied Research project (CFAR) from USAID to assess the feasibility of Public Private Partnerships in Africa. Initially, research explored whether private health insurance schemes in Southern African countries could generate additional funding for AIDS treatment. Working with its NGO partner, PharmAccess Namibia, the current work is focused on public-private partnerships in Namibia.
Activities under this project include:
- Evaluation of Mobile Multi-Disease Screening Clinic (Bophelo!)
- Developing and Evaluating a Public-Private Partnership for HIV/AIDS Care Among Miners in Rosh Pinah, Namibia
This body of work is conducted through an Associate Award of the Child and Family Applied Research project (CFAR).
|Principal Investigator||Rich Feeley|
|Refer to links above for project-specific co-investigators.|
|Dates of Research||2008 – current|
|Donor/Funder||United States Agency for International Development (USAID)|