PPPP™ Partnerships Inspiration

While this framework has been successfully adopted (and adapted) for national and state health system reforms around the world and proved extremely relevant and useful to analysts and policymakers in LMICs—it has yet to include the things patients value, also known as the “voices from the people living without access to medicines” in the guide.


We have also studied and found that the people working to improve the performance of health systems in other countries around the world seemingly want to partner with others. With PPPP™ Partnerships, everyone is afforded the opportunity to participate in partnerships, which effect the most exponential growth for the private sector, accelerated policies at national levels and to boost economies, all to keep health outcomes and patients at the center of the reforms.


As a collective, we all believe that there is room for improvement in any system, including additional complimentary systematic approaches to health reform. Therefore, the more partnerships we can forge, the sooner patients can benefit from accessing health when inaccessible.


The outcomes of PPPP™ Partnerships is intended to collect ongoing public consultation that is in the public domain to share experiences. By receiving suggestions on how to improve partnerships, we are also aiming to support strengthening the performance and equity of health systems around the world through co-creating, co-shaping and collaborating, and partnering to help patients access diagnostics, medicines, health literacy and clinical trials.

PFP.NGO Advocacy in Action

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