Forging partnerships that leverage private sector capabilities, expertise and resources to strengthen Primary HealthCare (PHC) services particularly around malaria, nutrition and the provision of life-saving commodities to women and children.

The Sustainable Development Goals 17 – “Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development” – recognizes multi-stakeholder partnerships as important vehicles for mobilizing and sharing knowledge, expertise, assets, technologies and financial resources to support the achievement of the sustainable development goals in all countries.

Aligning its goal with the SDGs, the Private Sector Health Alliance of Nigeria identified three partnership archetypes. This is to aid in developing synergies between private sector capabilities and public health priorities.

The Alliance has engaged various private sector corporates towards a broad-based Private Sector coalition that is highly impactful at scale than several silo initiatives. The Alliance is also forging public private partnerships with State Governments to pool and leverage core assets  and capabilities, expertise and resources to contribute to the Saving One Million Lives initiative. The Alliance prioritizes partnership interventions that deliver visible quick wins while building towards big bets.
Examples of partnership interventions that have achieved significant milestones include: