F i r s t N a t i o n a l C o n f e re n c e o n                   Health Leadership                   January 29 – Februa...
Background InformationFounded : 2001Services:   Healthcare, Gender Based Violence (GBV) & healthcare            waste mana...
Mobilising funds to start the NWH/GVRC • Family, Friends & Fools • Angel investing2001:Hurlinghambranch
Why NWH/GVRC decided to source for external funding:    • The need to upgrade existing services to acceptable standards   ...
Funding strategies and sources:• International private equity funding – Aureos Kenya  Expansion funding• Private-Public Pa...
Achievements:• Physical expansion has increased access to healthcare for population  in low/middle class• 70 percent of ou...
Challenges in resource mobilisation:• Private hospitals too small to absorb the size of Private  Equity funds• Lack of inf...
Lessons learnt / Opportunities:• Always negotiate for technical assistance in case of  private equity funding• There is ne...
This year NWH is mobilising for:• Medical education• Mobile services – a mammo van
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2,4 Dr. Sam Thenya LMGConference Resource Mobilization for Hospitals and Health Facilities 30Jan13

  1. 1. F i r s t N a t i o n a l C o n f e re n c e o n Health Leadership January 29 – February 1, 2013 Intercontinental Hotel, Nairobi Resource mobilisation for hospitals and h e a l t h c a r e f a c i l i t i e s b y D r. S a m T h e n y a
  2. 2. Background InformationFounded : 2001Services: Healthcare, Gender Based Violence (GBV) & healthcare waste management and healthcare educationBranches: Hurlingham (2001), Adams (2009), Ongata Rongai (2011), Kitengela, Kiambu (pharmacy), Eastleigh & Nakuru (2012)Vision: We are trusted with the healthcare of our women in AfricaMission: With passion we deliver healthcareShared purpose:We care for and protect the health of our women in Africa
  3. 3. Mobilising funds to start the NWH/GVRC • Family, Friends & Fools • Angel investing2001:Hurlinghambranch
  4. 4. Why NWH/GVRC decided to source for external funding: • The need to upgrade existing services to acceptable standards and introduce new services - Products expansion – Mobile services, ICU, CT scans, Renal units, histology lab • The desire to expand to take healthcare closer to the people - Physical expansion – Adams, Ongata Rongai, Kitengela, Eastleigh, Nakuru •Strained internal financial capacity due to free GBV servicesMobile mamo van,Nakuru & OngataRongai branches
  5. 5. Funding strategies and sources:• International private equity funding – Aureos Kenya Expansion funding• Private-Public Partnerships (PPPs) – GIZ Projects include: change management/strategy alignment capacity building support, establishing of hospital waste management according to NEMA, Emergency Response GBV/SRH and MCH Project• Strategic partnerships with banks, suppliers and other key partners – BOA, NIC Asset financing and competitive loans• Other initiatives – GVRC annual gala dinner Medical & psychosocial support for GBV survivors
  6. 6. Achievements:• Physical expansion has increased access to healthcare for population in low/middle class• 70 percent of our customers/survivors are from low/middle class• A 2001 AON Group research report found NWH to be the most affordable healthcare institution and has the shortest hospital stay 2008 2012Number of branches 1 7Capacity - beds 61 266Out patients 130 per day 300 per dayAdmissions 250 per month 550 per monthSurvivors 3 per day 9 per day
  7. 7. Challenges in resource mobilisation:• Private hospitals too small to absorb the size of Private Equity funds• Lack of information on the Private Equity market• Entrepreneurs do not understand how Private Equity and other funding deals are structured
  8. 8. Lessons learnt / Opportunities:• Always negotiate for technical assistance in case of private equity funding• There is need to strengthen management capacity for private hospitals for them to grow• Entrepreneurs should network widely
  9. 9. This year NWH is mobilising for:• Medical education• Mobile services – a mammo van
  10. 10. Q &A

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