Public-Private Partnerships
PPP Prevention Models
- Zambia Tourism
- PepsiCo Workplace Program
- HIV/AIDS and Technology
- Guyana Skills Building

PPP Prevention Models

"Public-private partnerships save time and money, can be implemented rapidly, have superior impact and produce a greater return on each dollar invested."

Many formidable partnerships are being created across the private and public sectors to bring entrepreneurship to the fight against HIV/AIDS. Public-private partnerships enable the U.S. Government and private sector entities to maximize their efforts through jointly-defined objectives, program design and implementation. The key to these relationships is the identification of on-the-ground social entrepreneurs, and partnerships with local governments to ensure that the solutions make sense for, and are owned by, the communities.

The following examples illustrate the diversity of PEPFAR's public-private partnerships in support of HIV/AIDS prevention programs:


Fact Sheets and Issue Briefs
Issue Briefs

A Partnership for Health
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