Public-Private Partnerships ‘Not Magic Bullets’ To Reaching Health-Related SDGs

Inter Press Service: PPPs Likely to Undermine Public Health Commitments Anis Chowdhury, former professor of economics at the University of Western Sydney and former senior U.N. official; and Jomo Kwame Sundaram, former U.N. assistant secretary general for economic development “…Health care PPPs in low- and middle-income countries have raised concerns about: competition with other health…More

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Public-Private Partnerships ‘Not Magic Bullets’ To Reaching Health-Related SDGs