Countries across the globe have been hit hard by the COVID-19 crisis. Coordinated efforts involving the public and private sector have been key to tackling the pandemic and saving lives.
WHO's Country Connector provides a platform to support countries to manage the private sector's contribution to the response consistent with national health priorities.
The Country Connector shares experiences across countries, connects countries to the resources, tools and guidance needed for stronger health system governance and better public policy toward the private sector in health, coordinates the efforts of multiple actors in delivering COVID-19 vaccines, therapeutics and diagnostics and helps with efforts to rebuild more resilient and better prepared health systems.
Where can I find resources on private sector engagement in health?
How to develop inclusive national health policy for the private sector in health
Engagement of the private sector in health for the deployment of COVID-19 vaccines: a case study from Uganda
Strategy Report: Engaging the private health service delivery sector through governance in mixed health systems
Governance of the private sector in health: Entry points in the policy cycle and learning from practice
Country Conversations: Learning from Crisis for a Resilient and Responsive Medtech Industry in South Africa
Who, what, why and how: A behavioural approach to governing the private sector in health
Country Conversations: Mutual Learning on Digital Health Ecosystems
Country connections: Sehat Kahani, a health story from Pakistan