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Private Sector Engagement in HIV/AIDS and Health in the Eastern Caribbean: Findings from Country Assessments

SHOPS Project


July 1, 2012
This brief is a summary of health systems and private sector assessments conducted in six countries of
the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, Grenada, St. Lucia, St. Kitts and
Nevis, St. Vincent and the Grenadines) in 2011. It highlights how increased collaboration and coordination between
the public and private sectors might improve a country’s capacity to lead, finance, manage, and sustain the delivery
of high-quality health services, including HIV prevention, care, and treatment. The brief synthesizes private sector
findings and recommendations from the assessments according to the World Health Organization health systems
strengthening framework. The overall goal is to maximize the contributions of the private sector to strengthen health
systems and sustain national HIV responses in the region.
Latin America & the Caribbean