A Public-Private Partnership (PPP) is a legally enforceable contract in which a contracting authority partners with a private sector partner to build, expand, improve, or develop infrastructure or service.This desk review was commissioned by the Regional network for Equity in Health in southern Africa (EQUINET) as a case study within wider regional work on PPPs in the east and southern Africa region. It explores PPPs in health sector in Malawi. It investigates the areas which government has used PPPs in the health sector, and their implications for equity in financing and access to services.
Public-private mix, Resource allocation and health financing
Title of publication A case study of Public Private Partnerships in the Health Sector in Malawi
Date of publication
A case study of Public Private Partnerships in the Health Sector in Malawi, Case study. EQUINET, Harare
public private partnership; Malawi; health services; CHAM
Equinet Publication Type