Improving the health of 3.5 million women, children and young people.

The Private Sector Health Partnership in Kenya – PSHP Kenya is a private sector collective action initiative in support of the Global Strategy for Women’s, Children’s and Adolescents’ health and Kenya’s Beyond Zero Campaign.

The health and well-being of over 3.5 million women, new-borns, children, adolescents and family members in Mandera, Migori, Marsabit, Wajir, Isiolo and Lamu are planned to be improved through this initiative by 2020. These 6 counties have a combined population of approximately 10% of the national population but contribute close to 50% of the country’s maternal deaths.  This is where support is needed the most to leave no-one-behind.

We believe the best way to leapfrog health systems within these counties are by joining forces across knowledge, technology, knowhow and access.

Through its collective action partners will help build models that offer the best of both public and private sector, with the potential for scaling-up the delivery of healthcare for vulnerable and poor populations in low-resource settings, not only in Kenya, but all over the world.

Currently the PSHP Kenya collaboration is signed between the National Government Ministry of Health and County Governments of Wajir, Isiolo, Lamu, Mandera, Migori and Marsabit, and private sector companies Safaricom, Philips, MSD, Huawei and GSK (GlaxoSmithKline). But we wish to take the initiative even further.

The Private Sector Health Partnership Kenya is open to all private sector companies and organisations both international and national, who want to get engage and want to demonstrate action within the 6 counties as to improve health for women and children and support partners in achieving their mission.

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