The need and ability for social health and business professionals to work together has emerged in the form of public-private partnerships (PPP). PPPs exist to combat HIV/AIDS globally, but little comprehensive documentation exists about how and why HIV/AIDS PPP programs were created. In Analysis of Experience, Muhiuddin Haider and Ahila Subramanian examine the landscape and benchmarks of HIV/AIDS PPP programs. Haider and Subramanian's study is one of the first to provide effective protocols, which will ensure quality service in these programs, while giving insight to global health and business professionals engaged in mutually beneficial enterprises.
Muhiuddin Haider holds a Ph.D. in Population Education/Communication from the University of Michigan. He is a Faculty member in the Department of International Public Health, School of Public Health and Health Services, George Washington University. Ahila Subramanian, a medical student at the University of Cincinnati, graduated with a Masters Degree in Public Health from George Washington University in 2003.
Chapter 1 Foreword Chapter 2 Acknowledgments Chapter 3 Overview Chapter 4 Conceptual Framework: Introduction-Globalization, Partnerships and Health; HIV/AIDS-An Overview; Public-Private Partnerships (PPP)-Concepts and Issues Chapter 5 Case Studies: PPP in HIV/AIDS Prevention, Treatment, and Control-Case Studies Chapter 6 Lessons Learned: Future Directions Chapter 7 Annex 1: List of Indicators Chapter 8 Annex 2: STF-Process and Governance Flowchart Chapter 9 Annex 3: List of Approved STF Projects and Ongoing Projects Chapter 10 Annex 4: Project Database Chapter 11 Annex 5: PPP Summary Data Sheets Chapter 12 Annex 6: PPP Case-Study Questionnaire Chapter 13 Acronyms Chapter 14 References Chapter 15 About the Author