A Forum on Public–Private Partnerships for Global Health and Safety
Value Proposition and Innovative Models for Multi-Sectoral
Engagement in Global Health
November 15–16, 2018
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine
500 Fifth Street, NW, Washington, DC
Coordinated multi-sectoral responses that leverage the expertise and resources of the public and private sectors offer a promising model for addressing global health challenges. These models are increasing in use; however, the motivations, incentives, and needs for different sectors to engage in them are not always well understood. A better understanding of these factors can illuminate what is needed to develop effective models of multi-sectoral engagement based on defined value proposition. By bringing together cross-sector views and examining illustrative examples, this workshop, held by the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine’s Forum on Public–Private Partnerships for Global Health and Safety (PPP Forum), will focus on the role of value proposition in models of multi-sectoral engagement in global health.
With a specific focus on industry engagement, the workshop will examine how stakeholders within industry define and measure value relative to global health, and, at the same time, how and why other sectors in the global health community engage with industry. Representatives from key global health organizations will present their approaches and policies for multi-sectoral engagement and the challenges they have encountered when engineering successful models to operationalize this engagement. Several models of multi-sectoral partnerships, as well as their unique value propositions, will be discussed in order to explore how they enable sectors to work toward the same goal while creating value for each part-
ner. Additionally, the workshop will explore innovation in multi-sectoral engagement models; it will highlight several models with innovative elements and investigate where innovation is not happening and where it is most needed. This set of the discussions is intended to generate enthusiasm across sectors for more effective collaborative engagement in global health; to this end, the workshop will culminate in a facilitated discussion on actionable recommendations for the way forward.
- To explore assumptions about industry’s value proposition for global health engagement and about the value proposition for the global health community to engage with industry
- To examine approaches and policies for multi-sectoral engagement and to discuss challenges associated with engineering successful models
- To discuss how to create innovation in multi-sectoral engagement models for global health and to inspire participants to accelerate progress in testing and building these models
The PPP Forum fosters a collaborative community of multi-sectoral 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 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 audiences for this workshop are 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 focus on understanding the various models and value propositions of public–private partnerships to improve global health.
- This workshop is being recorded. Please identify your name and affiliation when asking questions.
- We are webcasting this event live online. The link can be found on our webpage: https://bit.ly/2QWlnkM.
- Please use the 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.
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PLANNING COMMITTEE ROSTER
Clarion Johnson (Co-Chair), Independent Consultant, ExxonMobil
Seema Kumar (Co-Chair), Vice President, Innovation, Global Health, and Science Policy Communication, Johnson & Johnson
Cara Bradley, Chief Corporate Engagement Officer, PATH
Brenda D. Colatrella, Associate Vice President, Corporate Responsibility; President, Merck Foundation, Merck & Co., Inc.
James Coughlan, Loaned Executive, The UPS Foundation
Gabriella Morris, Senior Vice President, Strategic Partnerships and UNICEF Ventures, U.S. Fund for UNICEF
Shawn Standridge, Corporate Medical Director, Procter & Gamble Company
Mary Lou Valdez, Associate Commissioner, International Programs; Director, Office of International Programs, U.S. Food and Drug Administration
Consultant to the Committee
Hannah Kettler, Senior Program Officer, Life Sciences Partnerships, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Rachel Taylor, Forum Director
Katherine Perez, Research Assistant
Julie Pavlin, Board Director
DAY 1—NOVEMBER 15, 2018
|9:00A||Welcome and Introduction from the Workshop Co-Chairs
Innovation, Global Health, and Science Policy Communication
Johnson & Johnson
|9:15A||Models for Multi-Sectoral Engagement in Global Health: Challenges and Opportunities
PETER SINGER (via video)
Senior Advisor to the Director-General
World Health Organization
|9:45A||Multi-Sectoral Engagement in Global Health: A Perspective from Industry Leadership
SESSION 1: VALUE PROPOSITION FOR MULTI-SECTORAL ENGAGEMENT IN GLOBAL HEALTH
Session Chair: SEEMA KUMAR, Johnson & Johnson
Objective: To explore assumptions about industry’s value proposition for global health engagement and about the value proposition for other global health stakeholders to engage with industry by
- understanding how various companies and industry sectors define and measure value relevant to global health and highlighting the commonalities and differences;
- discussing decision making around industry engagement with global health, including balancing risk with value; and
- discussing decision making within the global health community around engaging with industry, including balancing risk with value.
Moderator: WENDY TAYLOR, The Rockefeller Foundation
President, Merck Foundation
Associate Vice President, Corporate Responsibility
Merck & Co, Inc.
Life Sciences and Healthcare
Chief Executive Officer
Catholic Medical Mission Board
|12:00P||LUNCH: Outside Room 100|
|1:00P||Small Table Discussions
Incentives and Barriers for Engaging in Global Health Through Multi-Sectoral Models
SESSION 2: APPROACHES AND MODELS FOR MULTI-SECTORAL ENGAGEMENT
Session Chair: CLARION JOHNSON, ExxonMobil
Objective: To examine approaches, policies, and models for multi-sectoral engagement with the goal of identifying barriers to engagement and opportunities for facilitating more effective models by
- understanding motivations and approaches of key global health stakeholders for multi-sectoral engagement;
- highlighting challenges and barriers, for different sectors, to engineering multi-sectoral partnerships; and
- discussing models of multi-sectoral engagement, focusing on
- value proposition,
- barriers encountered and conditions that enabled success, and
- what constituted success for the different partners, and measures of success.
|2:15P||Organizational Approaches and Policies for Multi-Sectoral Engagement
Moderator: Mary LOU VALDEZ, U.S. Food and Drug Administration
|OLUSOJI O. ADEYI
Health, Nutrition, and Population Global Practice
World Bank Group
|OREN J. SCHLEIN
Director for Partnerships and Non-State Actors
World Health Organization
|4:00P||Models of Multi-Sectoral Engagement and Value Creation
Moderator: SEEMA KUMAR, Johnson & Johnson
|Medicines for Malaria Venture
Medicines for Malaria Venture
|Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative
Regional Executive Director
DNDi North America
Access Partnerships and Public Affairs
Novartis Social Business
|Advance Purchase Commitment for Ebola Vaccine
Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance
|5:15P||Wrap Up and Day 2 Preview
CLARION JOHNSON, ExxonMobil
|5:30P||ADJOURN DAY 1 TO INFORMAL RECEPTION|
DAY 2—NOVEMBER 16, 2018
|9:00A||Day 2 Opening
SESSION 3: INNOVATION IN MULTI-SECTORAL ENGAGEMENT IN GLOBAL HEALTH
Session Chair: CLARION JOHNSON, ExxonMobil
Objective: To examine innovative elements of specific models of multi-sectoral engagement by answering the following:
- Why was the model innovative?
- What issue did it address, and why was innovation needed?
- What lessons can the global health community learn from the model?
|9:15A||Innovative Models for Multi-Sectoral Engagement in Global Health
Moderator: Cara Bradley, PATH
|Collaboration and Expansion in the Use of Drone Technology for Global Health
The UPS Foundation
Expanded Special Project for Elimination of Neglected Tropical Diseases (ESPEN)
Professor of Epidemiology and Development
London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
|Innovative and Coordinated Investments in Global Goods
Technical Program Manager
SESSION 4: ACTIONABLE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE WAY FORWARD
Session Chairs: CLARION JOHNSON and SEEMA KUMAR
Objective: To generate enthusiasm to test and build models for multi-sectoral engagement with defined value proposition and with a focus on areas where innovation is needed.