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Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Workshop Agenda." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2019. Global Health Transitions and Sustainable Solutions: The Role of Partnerships: Proceedings of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25276.
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Appendix B

Workshop Agenda

Forum on Public–Private Partnerships for Global Health and Safety
Global Health Transitions and Sustainable Solutions:
The Role of Partnerships
June 13–14, 2018
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine
500 Fifth Street, NW, Washington, DC 20001

AGENDA

Economic and programmatic transitions are changing the global health landscape profoundly. A cohort of countries that have historically relied on development assistance for health (DAH) is transitioning into higher-income status. At the same time, countries that have provided DAH are shifting focus away from traditional development assistance in favor of investments focused on value for money and global public goods. Additionally, one large program focused on disease eradication is nearing its goal and will soon end. In response, processes are under way to transition countries out of traditional bilateral and multilateral health-funding mechanisms, and countries are expected to spend more of their own resources on health systems. These transition processes are often well defined in criteria and approach; however, their implications, particularly when they occur simultaneously, are not well understood. Furthermore, approaches to these transitions often do not recognize the aging of the population and changes in the burden of disease, notably the increase in noncommunicable diseases that introduce new financing demands on the same countries losing sources of DAH for communicable diseases that still demand significant investments. Another factor is the dramatic urbanization occurring most rapidly in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) with major implications for service design and access. In this changing landscape, the global health community is exploring innovative and coordinated solutions that have the potential to sustainably support

Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Workshop Agenda." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2019. Global Health Transitions and Sustainable Solutions: The Role of Partnerships: Proceedings of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25276.
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countries and maintain health gains during and after transitions. Planned by an ad hoc expert committee, this public workshop held by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine will examine these transitions and innovative solutions in the current global health context.

Presentations and discussion topics will focus on the following:

  • Economic and programmatic transitions affecting global health, including the implications of simultaneous transitions
  • The impacts of transitions on access to traditional DAH and the burden of disease in LMICs with a focus on several case examples of countries experiencing different stages of transition
  • Promising models for innovative partnerships and private-sector engagement to sustainably support countries while maintaining and accelerating health gains, protecting vulnerable populations, and promoting health equity
  • Country ownership in decision making and considerations for private-sector engagement and partnerships during and after transitions
  • Developing sustainable solutions in the current global health context

The Forum on Public–Private Partnerships for Global Health and Safety (PPP Forum) fosters a collaborative community of multisectoral leaders from business, government, foundations, humanitarian and professional organizations, academia, and civil society to leverage the strengths of multiple sectors and disciplines to yield benefits for global health and safety. The PPP Forum is premised on the understanding that partnerships among these stakeholders can facilitate dialogue and knowledge exchange; use technological and process efficiencies; promote innovation; and synergistically advance humanitarian, international development, and global health interests. The U.S. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine provides a neutral evidence-based platform through which the PPP Forum is convened.

The intended audience for this workshop is the PPP Forum members and the organizations they represent, other public and private entities that have participated in or are considering collaboration across sectors to further global health and safety, and academics and researchers across multiple disciplines who are focused on understanding the value proposition and effect of various models of PPPs to improve global health.

Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Workshop Agenda." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2019. Global Health Transitions and Sustainable Solutions: The Role of Partnerships: Proceedings of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25276.
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WORKSHOP NOTES

  • This workshop is being recorded. Please identify your name and affiliation when asking questions.
  • We are webcasting this event live online; a link can be found on our webpage: https://bit.ly/2FjkdJP.
  • Please use hashtag #PPPGlobalForum to tweet about this event.
  • Soon after the meeting an archive of the video webcast and presentation slides will be available on our webpage.
  • A proceedings of the workshop will be published by the National Academies Press.
  • Sign up at nas.edu/PPPGlobalForum for updates from the PPP Forum.

PLANNING COMMITTEE ROSTER

Jo Ivey Boufford (Co-Chair), Clinical Professor, New York University College of Global Public Health; Immediate Past President, The New York Academy of Medicine

Ambassador John E. Lange (Co-Chair), Senior Fellow, Global Health Diplomacy, United Nations Foundation

Deena Buford, Global Medical Director, Medicine and Occupational Health Department, ExxonMobil Corporation

Jennifer Esposito, Worldwide General Manager, Health and Life Sciences Group, Intel Corporation

Renuka Gadde, Vice President, Global Health, Becton, Dickinson and Company

Trevor Gunn, Vice President, International Relations, Medtronic

Amy Lin, Acting Deputy Director, Center for Innovation and Impact, U.S. Agency for International Development

Scott Ratzan, President, Anheuser-Busch InBev Foundation

Katherine Taylor, Associate Director, Director of Global Health Training, Eck Institute of Global Health, University of Notre Dame

Chris West, Partner, Sumerian Partners

STAFF

Rachel M. Taylor, Forum Director

Priyanka Nalamada, Research Associate

Katherine Perez, Senior Program Assistant

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DAY 1—JUNE 13, 2018

1:10P Keynote: Programmatic and Economic Transitions in Global Health
TIM EVANS
Senior Director of Health, Nutrition, and Population
World Bank

SESSION 1: GLOBAL HEALTH TRANSITIONS

1:35P Multilateral Program Eligibility and Transition Policies in Practice Objectives:
  • Present the approaches of global health funding programs to country eligibility and transition processes.
  • Examine current and anticipated effects on countries at different stages of transition, including maintaining and accelerating health gains, protecting vulnerable populations, and promoting health equity.
  • Discuss implications of simultaneous programmatic transitions within countries.
  • Discuss how programs are approaching engagement with the private sector in the transition process.
  • Discuss how (if) these programs are transitioning in their scope or approach to address epidemiological, demographic, and environmental changes affecting countries where they provide financing and technical assistance.

Moderator: TIM EVANS, World Bank

REBECCA MARTIN
Director, Center for Global Health
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Steering Committee Member, Global Polio Eradication Initiative
SANTIAGO CORNEJO
Director, Immunization Financing & Sustainability
Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance
MATTHEW MACGREGOR
Senior Project Lead for Sustainability, Transition, and Co-Financing
The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
2:45P BREAK
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3:00P The Research Fairness Initiative (RFI): Fairness in Global Health Research Partnerships as an Essential Element in Achieving Sustainable Health Improvement
CAREL IJSSELMUIDEN
Executive Director
Council on Health Research for Development (COHRED)
3:25P Bilateral Approaches and Policies for Transitions
Objectives:
  • Present the approaches of bilateral funders to supporting countries in transition.
  • Discuss how bilateral funders are shifting priorities and models of engagement to align with the SDG call for country-led solutions as they support countries in transition.
  • Discuss how bilateral funders are approaching partnerships with the private sector to support country and agency objectives in the transition process.
  • Discuss how (if) these programs are transitioning in their scope or approach to address epidemiological, demographic, and environmental changes affecting the burden of disease and economic conditions in countries where they provide financing and technical assistance.

Moderator: AMBASSADOR JOHN E. LANGE, United Nations Foundation

AMBASSADOR DEBORAH L. BIRX

U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator and U.S. Special Representative for Global Health Diplomacy

U.S. Department of State

KERRY PELZMAN

Deputy Assistant Administrator for Global Health

U.S. Agency for International Development

IKUO TAKIZAWA
Deputy Director General, Human Development Department
Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
4:35P BREAK
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4:50P Transitions at the Country Level
Objectives: Through case examples of countries undergoing different stages of transitions, panelists will discuss the following:
  • Country priorities and approaches during and after transitions.
  • Approaches and potential limitations to domestic resource mobilization for health.
  • How other sectors can support countries to facilitate effective transitions.
  • How countries are approaching engagement with the private sector.

Moderator: JO IVEY BOUFFORD, New York University

MUHAMMAD PATE

Chief Executive Officer

Big Win Philanthropy

NARESH GOEL
Deputy Director General
National AIDS Council

Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, India

JOHN FITZSIMMONS

Chief, Revolving Fund for Vaccines

Pan American Health Organization

SIDDHARTH CHATTERJEE
United Nations Resident Coordinator—Kenya
United Nations Development Programme Resident Representative—Kenya
United Nations
6:00P Wrap Up and Day 2 Preview
AMBASSADOR JOHN E. LANGE, United Nations Foundation
6:10P ADJOURN DAY 1 TO INFORMAL RECEPTION

DAY 2—JUNE 14, 2018

8:00A Day 2 Opening
JO IVEY BOUFFORD, New York University
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SESSION 2: SUSTAINABLE SOLUTIONS AND GLOBAL HEALTH TRANSITIONS

PART A: Setting the Stage for Sustainable Investments in Health
Objectives:
  • Discuss the role of the private sector, multilateral and bilateral programs, and governments in supporting transitions out of DAH and the development of sustainable solutions to maintain and accelerate health gains, protect vulnerable populations, and promote health equity.
  • Discuss how the economic case for investments in health can drive more sustainable and effective investments.
  • Discuss how market shaping and market-based interventions can play a role in generating impact, value for money, and sustainability, especially in supporting countries undergoing transitions, enabling strategic private-sector engagement, and developing sustainable solutions.
8:15A Multisectoral Engagement and Sustainable Solutions to Support Transitions
PETER SANDS
Executive Director
The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
8:35A Elevating Health on Domestic Agendas: Linking Health and Economic Growth
TREVOR GUNN
Vice President
International Relations
Medtronic
MARK HALLIDAY
Global Head, Healthcare PPP Advisory
International Finance Corporation
World Bank Group
9:20A Shaping the Market for Investments in Health

Moderator: AMY LIN, U.S. Agency for International Development

AMANDA GLASSMAN
Chief Operating Officer and Senior Fellow
Center for Global Development
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JOHANNA RALSTON
Chief Executive Officer
World Obesity Federation
10:20A BREAK
PART B: Promising Models for Sustainable Partnerships and Private-Sector Engagement
Objectives: Through dynamic sessions on promising models that engage the private sector, explore their potential as sustainable, scalable solutions in the current global health environment based on the following:
  • Lessons from successful applications of these models: What has contributed to success?
  • Are there examples of how these models have or can reach vulnerable populations and those at the bottom of the pyramid?
  • How might the application of these models differ based on the economic status of countries where they are being implemented?
  • What are the potential hurdles with advancing these models? Are there strategies for managing them?
  • What is the potential to implement these models in the current environment, and what support is needed?
  • What is the role of the public sector?
  • What do companies and investors need to determine where and how to invest and engage?
  • What data and evidence are needed to support implementation and scale?
10:40A Sourcing Capital to Catalyze and Scale Promising Social Enterprises

Moderator: CHRIS WEST, Sumerian Partners

CAROLINE BRESSAN
Director of Social Investments
Open Road Alliance
LIZA KIMBO
Director
LiveWell—Kenya
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11:40A Leveraging Core Competencies of Private-Sector Companies

Moderator: SIMON BLAND, UNAIDS

NDUKU KILONZO
Chief Executive Officer
National AIDS Coordinating Council, Kenya
TIES KROEZEN
Business Development Manager
Philips
ALLISON GOLDBERG
Vice President
Anheuser-Busch InBev Foundation
LEANDRO PIQUET
Professor of Political Science
University of São Paulo
H. WESTLEY CLARK
Dean’s Executive Professor of Public Health
Santa Clara University
1:10P LUNCH
2:10P Engaging Industries in Other Sectors
Moderator: KATHERINE TAYLOR, University of Notre Dame
DEENA BUFORD
Global Medical Director
ExxonMobil Corporation
JAMES JONES
Executive Director
ExxonMobil Foundation
BENJAMIN MAKAI
Senior Manager, Social Innovation
Safaricom
Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Workshop Agenda." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2019. Global Health Transitions and Sustainable Solutions: The Role of Partnerships: Proceedings of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25276.
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3:10P Advancing Digital Development and Access for Health

Moderator: JENNIFER ESPOSITO, Intel Corporation

OLASUPO OYEDEPO
Director

ICT4Health, Nigeria and African Alliance of Digital Health Networks

BRENDAN SMITH
Vice President of Professional Services
Vital Wave Consulting
DAVID STANTON

Senior Global Health Advisor

U.S. Agency for International Development

4:10P BREAK

SESSION 3: IDENTIFYING KEY MESSAGES AND ACTIONABLE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR MOVING FORWARD

4:30P Closing Session—Facilitated Discussion
JO IVEY BOUFFORD, New York University
AMBASSADOR JOHN E. LANGE, United Nations Foundation
  • What are the key take-aways from the workshop discussions on how transitions are affecting global health?
  • What are the characteristics of promising models for innovative partnerships and private-sector engagement to sustainably support countries and maintain health gains in the context of transitions?
  • What information, resources, and actions are needed to be able to identify, scale up, and coordinate these models?
  • What are the remaining unanswered questions?
5:15P Closing Remarks
5:30P ADJOURN WORKSHOP
Suggested Citation:"Appendix B: Workshop Agenda." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2019. Global Health Transitions and Sustainable Solutions: The Role of Partnerships: Proceedings of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25276.
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On June 13–14, 2018, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine convened a multistakeholder workshop to examine the transitions affecting global health and innovative global health solutions. The goal of bringing these two topics together was to collectively explore models for innovative partnerships and private-sector engagement with the potential to support countries in transition. This publication summarizes the presentations and discussions from the workshop.

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