Global Review Newsletter

IFPW Foundation produces a quarterly newsletter to provide updates on its own activities and issues and developments within the Global Health community.  Current issues are distributed by email to members and subscribers (contact us to subscribe) on the date published and archived below.

Resource Library

Better Business Better World
This Business Commission for Sustainable Development report, released on 16 January 2017, outlines the business case for sustainable development, demonstrates the enormous economic and social gains of integrating the Sustainable Development Goals into core business models, and calls on leaders to take drastic action for people and the planet.

Comprising 36 CEOs and civil society leaders, the Commission has calculated that sustainable business models could open up at least US$12 trillion of economic opportunities and create up to 380 million jobs by 2030.

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The Path to SCM Professionalization: Case Study Portfolio
Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance, and the P&P PWG developed 15 case studies across 12 organizations (including 3 IFPW member organizations) on the personnel profiles and HR practices for SCM within different private firms, organizations and NGOs to inform the implementation and/or reinforcement of the SC central manager position within country Ministries of Health and EPIs as part of a country support package for SC managers.

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Global Financing Facility (GFF) Business Plan (in support of EWEC)
The GFF acts as a pathfinder in a new era of financing for development by pioneering a model that shifts away from a focus solely on official development assistance to an approach that combines domestic financing, external support, and innovative sources for resource mobilization and delivery (including the private sector) in a synergistic way.

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People that Deliver (PtD) Newsflash #15.  Includes details on a regional center of excellence for health supply chain management being created by the EAC and to be located in Rwanda.  IFPW Foundation has the opportunity to support this initiative through its relationships with Gavi and PtD.

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Every Newborn Progress Report - May 2015
The Every Newborn Action Plan (ENAP) takes forward the UN Secretary-General’s Global Strategy for Women’s and Children’s Health and was formally endorsed at the 67th World Health Assembly in May 2014 and launched at the Partners’ Forum in Johannesburg, South Africa in June 2014.

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Part two in a series of work being done by Rabin Martin on Universal Health Coverage. As all countries contemplate how to extend health care services to all of their citizens in a way that guards against the risk of catastrophic out-of-pocket expenditures, improves health outcomes equitably and uses available resources efficiently, universal health coverage (UHC) has emerged as an aspirational goal of governments and civil society worldwide.

Read Rabin Martin's article on private sector's role in acheiving UHC here.

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Reaching Scale: Leadership for Next Generation Partnerships in Global Health
While many examples of different public-private partnerships (PPPs) have been documented, knowledge about how PPPs achieve lasting health and economic impact is limited. This collaboration, led by Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) and Global Development (GD), will bring together leading academia with innovative practice to discuss Reaching Scale: Next Generation Partnerships

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RCE-VIHSCM Newsletters

Newsletters from the Regional Center of Excellence (RCE) in Kigali, Rwanda, which IFPW Foundation supports through its Gavi partnership are made available below for reference: