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Private Enterprise, Public Health: Opportunities for Business to Improve Women’s and Children’s Health

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  • 1. Innovation Working Group Meeting New York, April 25, 2012
  • 2. Growing Business and Improving Women’s & Children’s Health A Guide for Companies Purpose • Tap potential of the private sector • Trigger transformative partnerships around women’s and children’s health : sustainable & scalable Key Messagess • Saving 16 million lives s • Identifying needs and opportunities • Creating shared value around these needs • Collective impact for transformative partnerships • Next steps: focus on countries
  • 3. Developing the Guide - Consultations & Key Events
  • 4. Growing Business and Improving Women’s & Children’s Health Different Industries Address Multiple Needs The guide identifies: •Specific opportunities/ health needs •Specific examples/models •Specific actors/partnerships
  • 5. Growing Business and Improving Women’s & Children’s Health Companies from different sectors create shared value They do so through business models and philanthropy • Reconceive products and markets • Redefine value chains • Strengthen local clusters • Successful initiatives focus on companies’ core competencies… • …but often need to address multiple gaps in the health landscape simultaneously… • …and involve partners from complementary industries and sectors
  • 6. Examples of Transformative Partnerships:Sustainable Business Models at Scale or Scaling Up
  • 7. Growing Business and Improving Women’s & Children’s Health Collective Impact Can Change the Economics, Unlocking New Opportunities for Business A vision for collective impact in women’s and children’s health
  • 8. Growing business and improving women’s & children’s health Next Practical Steps: Focus on Select Countries Page 29 of the Guide: Key Questions & Useful Resources 1 Identify opportunities 2 Prioritize and build the business case 3 Explore partnership options
  • 9. Thank you!