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Recent Developments in Public-Private Partnerships

Recent Developments in Public-Private Partnerships and Opportunities for PMNCH Engagement with the Private Sector

This how-to guide defines the private sector, outlines various roles the private sector can play, presents examples of private sector initiatives contributing to MNCH, and highlights opportunities on how to engage in activities with the private sector.

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Year of Publication: 2010

Organization: The Partnership for Maternal, Child and Newborn Health
Length: 19 pages

Languages: English

Personal Author: Barbara Bulc

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