Health systems in Africa face myriad challenges, yet the tide is turning through strategic public-private partnerships (PPPs). Africa Health Business (AHB), at the forefront of catalysing positive change, collaborates with entities like Africa CDC to bridge healthcare gaps on the continent.
CPHIA 2023: Breaking Barriers for a Healthier Africa
The recently concluded CPHIA 2023 event, held in Lusaka, Zambia, showcased the impactful role of Africa CDC and brought together over 5,100 in-person delegates and 30,000 online participants.
AHB’s Engagements at CPHIA 2023
Under the theme “Whole-of-society: The Power of Engaging Civil Society, Private Sector, and Local Philanthropy,” AHB, in collaboration with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and VillageReach, spearheaded Track 7. This track highlighted the transformative influence of collaboration in healthcare, emphasising the need for partnerships to enhance efficiency and sustainable scaling.
The distinguished panel, featuring Dr. Amit N. Thakker, Kedest Tesfagiorgis, Dr. Ahmed Ogwell Ouma, Dr. Githinji Gitahi, Wadzanayi Muchenje, Souhail Alouini, MD, Nicki Tiffin, and Claudia S., passionately advocated for private sector involvement alongside government efforts. The session underscored the significance of co-developing public health programs for a comprehensive and impactful approach. The overarching theme called for inclusive, innovative, and collaborative approaches to revolutionise healthcare. AHB’s active role at CPHIA 2023 reaffirms their commitment to fostering partnerships that lead to improved healthcare outcomes across Africa.