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About the Partnerships for Prevention and Care


As well as providing an engaging environment to connect businesses and healthcare in Africa with investors and prospective business partners from countries across Africa, Europe, Asia and the Americas, the Corporate Africa Partnerships for Prevention and Care Africa Health Conference actively promote private public partnerships, which encourage transfers of investments and technical expertise into African health and Medicare, bringing additional value and capacity.


 

Corporate Africa's Partnerships for Prevention and Care Africa health supplements and conferences advances the cause for existing and new projects that contribute towards preventative healthcare in Africa’s health and Medicare industries. One such project was the private public partnership in 2007, between the government of Ghana, and BD (Becton Dickinson), resulting in the creation of the first ever Public Health Reference Laboratory in Accra, Ghana; a Centre of Excellence for the entire region. The Centre of Excellence is contributing towards the countries national response strategy to infectious diseases, and offering greater diagnosis and testings for infectious diseases and ending the need for health professionals to travel outside the region for training. This issued form Corporate Africa's Partnerships for Prevention and Care Africa Health Conference in 2007.


Corporate Africa Partnerships for Prevention and Care Africa Health Conference is initiated by the private sector to build opportunities between international investors and domestic participants in African health and Medicare, and to engage in collaborations leading to tangible results. Key sponsors include BD, Novo Nordisk, and members of the Global Business Coalition on HIV AIDS, TB and Malaria. The project offers an excellent environment for governments and businesses to match their health programmes and projects with enquiries from investors and other prospective business partners.

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