How to leverage the private sector to sustain health programs: A case study from Ghana

Public-private partnerships can boost development, but they're often hard to get off the ground. In this #HealthyMeans guest commentary, two Deloitte experts share their experience fighting neglected tropical diseases in Ghana to explain how to mobilize private sector investment for public health programs.

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About the authors

  • Kimberly Switlick-Prose

    Kimberly is a specialist master with Deloitte Consulting, where she leads and manages health programs. She applies her skills in strategy and business transformation, sustainability, and performance and financial management to lead multidisciplinary teams to improve the effectiveness and sustainability of health care organizations and public health programming for vulnerable population groups.
  • Meg MacWhirter

    Meg has nine years of experience supporting nonprofit and public sector leaders as they design, implement and evaluate strategic initiatives and partnerships. Experiences include gender programming, change management and capacity building at the community level as well as with national public sector entities.