By Meluse Kapatamoyo
The 5th Corporate Africa Partnerships for Prevention and Care Health Conference is headed for Zambia this year under the theme “Building sustainable partnerships between Africa’s private and public sectors.
The interactive session will see leading investors and their suppliers’ chain engage in dialogue with the public sector and their developmental partners about the ingredients necessary to build lasting win-win partnerships which will generate tangible and measurable benefits to impact upon prevention and care in Zambia.
The panel will also table the conditions that need to be in place for mutual trust and a thriving environment conducive to partnerships, commitment and heightened expectations of both private and public sectors.
Corporate Africa Health Conference and Reports partners with foreign investors in health and medicare, governments, international and developmental agencies, including UNAIDS, World Health Organisation, and global and national business coalitions on HIV/AIDS, TB and Malaria.
It has risen to become the leading health intelligence and thought vehicle in the prevention of infectious diseases in Africa where it offers ideas and solutions to increase the efficacy of health in the private and public sectors, and for sustainable development investments in human capital, drug transfer and therapy.
The Zambia 2012 conference will be held from 1-3 July, under the patronage of the Ministry of Health and chaired by the National Medical Association.