Subject: For advocates and policymakers > Public-private partnerships
- Public-Private Partnerships for Global Health: PATH's Collaborations With European Partners
This policy brief highlights the essential role that public-private partnerships play in how PATH effectively develops innovations with our European partners to overcome global health challenges. These partnerships are key to ensuring the sustainability and impact of health innovations. For further information on PATH's public-private partnerships, see Public-Private Partnerships for Global Health: How PATH Advances Technologies Through Cross-Sector Collaboration.
Publication date: June 2013
Region: North America and Europe
- Financing and Coordination of Health Research: Perspectives from Nonprofits on Accelerating Product Development and Improving Access for Low- and Middle-Income Countries
This paper is the first in a series that will demonstrate how nonprofit product development organizations work to advance research and development for poverty-related and neglected diseases and conditions in low- and middle-income countries. This series is meant to inform global policy and financing debates, including but not limited to discussions on the recommendations outlined in the 2012 report from the WHO Consultative Expert Working Group on research and development.
Publication date: May 2013
- Public-Private Partnerships for Global Health: How PATH Advances Technologies Through Cross-Sector Collaboration
This policy report highlights the essential role that public-private partnerships play in driving global health product development and offers insights into the key components of successful multi-sector partnerships led by PATH. For examples of our European public-private partnerships, see Public-Private Partnerships for Global Health: PATH's Collaborations With European Partners.
Publication date: March 2013
- Road-Mapping a Total Market Approach for Family Planning and Reproductive Health Commodity Security: Workshop Materials
To meet the challenge of sustaining reproductive health commodity security in Eastern Europe and Central Asia, the United Nations Population Fund and PATH developed workshops to increase awareness about total market approaches and develop an action plan for the region. These workshop materials are from two regional workshops that were held in April 2013. For a report describing the workshops, see Road-Mapping a Total Market Approach: Eastern Europe and Central Asia Workshops April 2013.
Author: UNFPA and PATH
Publication date: 2013
Region: Eastern Europe
- Ingredients of a Successful Public-Private Partnership: A Case Study of the Landmark Vaccine Vial Monitor Partnership
This document describes the partnership that created the vaccine vial monitor, providing a useful example to policymakers, funders, nongovernmental and multilateral organizations, and product developers of how the public and private sectors can better address today’s greatest global health needs through dynamic, long-term partnerships.
Publication date: September 2012
Region: North America and Europe
- Strengthening National Regulatory Capacity: PATH Supports Countries to Ensure Health Products Are Safe, Effective, and Swiftly Delivered
Global investments to strengthen regulatory capacity in developing countries help ensure desperately needed medical products are delivered, thereby improving health and equipping countries with the expertise and infrastructure to make important health decisions for years to come.
Publication date: July 2012
- Maximizing the Benefits of Public-Private Partnerships
This document describes PATH's approach to maximizing the availability, accessibility, and affordability of global health technologies through private-sector collaboration. This approach is critical in enabling global access of the results of our private-sector partnerships. This edition is a condensed version of the 12-page document, Bringing New Health Technologies Within Reach for Everyone. It is supported by six case studies illustrating how PATH has applied this approach to a food-fortification technology, pneumococcal vaccines, human papillomavirus screening, Japanese encephalitis vaccines, malaria vaccines, and the Uniject® prefilled injection device.
Publication date: November 2009
- Bringing New Health Technologies Within Reach for Everyone
This document describes PATH’s approach to maximizing the availability, accessibility, and affordability of technologies through private-sector collaboration. A condensed version can be found here.
Publication date: May 2009