IFC conducts advisory and convening work to ensure replication of best practices in cost efficient health delivery systems.
The scale of investment required to achieve global health goals and universal health coverage will require the public and private sectors to work more effectively together. Public private collaboration extends beyond PPPs—public projects financed by private capital—and seeks to align the goals and incentives of public and private sector stakeholders.
The biannual IFC Private Sector Health Conference brings together IFC’s clients, potential clients, and leaders of the health industry in developing countries to share knowledge, innovation and good practices. It is an opportunity to forge collaborative relationships and networks between health industry leaders in emerging markets. The conference underscores IFC’s commitment to the health sector.
This platform, powered by HANSHEP, supports knowledge exchange, networking and collaboration among global health practitioners, policymakers, researchers and development partners interested in mixed health systems.
EXAMPLES OF WHAT WE DO
IFC Global Private Health Conferences
This biannual event brings together health care leaders from industrialized and developing countries to exchange ideas, experiences, and best practices.
The Health in Africa initiative is a World Bank Group program launched in 2008. It works to link governments in Sub-Saharan Africa with the private sector in order to improve the quality of healthcare in those countries.
IFC invested €35 million in development of the integrated health campus in Adana, Turkey -- part of a nation-wide public-private partnership program that will improve the coverage and quality of healthcare in Turkey.