Improved health outcomes for the poor and vulnerable around the world.
Generate robust evidence about the role of non-state actors in pro-poor health provision to inform policies for enhancing mixed health systems.
Highlight and disseminate the evidence to support the formal recognition of the role of non-state actors
The Africa Health Markets for Equity (AHME) partnership is a $60 million investment by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the UK Department for International Development (UKaid) under the aegis of the Harnessing Non-State Sector for Better Health for the Poor (HANSHEP) programme, to increase the use of quality essential health services by poor people in Nigeria, Kenya and Ghana. AHME takes the novel approach of intervening on both the supply and demand side of the healthcare system, and integrating these into a single, well-coordinated programme.
The Center for Health Market Innovations (CHMI) released their third Call for Applications for the Learning Exchange. The CHMI Learning Exchange aims to facilitate structured learning partnerships between organizations that are profiled on CHMI, helping programs to improve business practices, adopt innovations, or scale-up or replicate an aspect of their model to a new market.
The 2016 edition of the annual Clinical Social Franchising Compendium is now available! This report offers a snapshot of the geographies served, services offered, scale, and impact of clinical social franchises in low- and middle-income countries