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

Available materials

    1. Maximizing the Benefits of Public-Private Partnerships 201.7 KB PDF
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    2. Case Study: Commercialization of Food Fortification Technology 352.3 KB PDF
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    3. Case Study: Developing Rapid Screening Tests for Human Papillomavirus 294 KB PDF
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    4. Case Study: Increasing Access to a Japanese Encephalitis Vaccine 372.2 KB PDF
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    5. Case Study: Developing a Malaria Vaccine 352.5 KB PDF
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    6. Case Study: Development and Use of the Uniject® Device 273.4 KB PDF
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    7. Case Study: Developing a Pneumococcal Vaccine for Poor Countries 347.5 KB PDF
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