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The Global Fund The Private Sector. &. Workshop. 7 th Regional Meeting for East Asia and the Pacific Vientiane, Laos 15-17 September 2010. The Global Fund & the Private Sector. The Global Fund was established as a public-private partnership.

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The Global Fund The Private Sector

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Workshop

7th Regional Meeting for East Asia and the Pacific

Vientiane, Laos

15-17 September 2010


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The Global Fund & the Private Sector

  • The Global Fund was established as a public-private partnership.

  • The Global Fund encourages the private sector to engage in all aspects of its work ranging from mobilization of resources, implementation of grants and governance of funds.

  • The private sector is an important partner to:

    • Meet the Global Fund’s long term resource requirements;

    • Support country stakeholders to access funds, improve programmatic performance, increase program reach and provide effective oversight;

    • Mobilize global and local support in the fight against the three diseases.


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The Business Case for Action

  • Businesses have an enormous stake in the fight against AIDS, TB and malaria - epidemics that affect their workforce and, if left unchecked, can rob them of their workers and their markets.

    • Lower productivity;

    • Increased costs;

    • Declining profits and return on investment.

  • Farsighted companies have incorporated the fight against the three diseases into their corporate strategy because they are convinced that there is a business case for doing so:

    • Control of the cost of AIDS, TB and malaria;

    • Conflict reduction in the workplace;

    • Strong markets;

    • General goodwill and better relations with stakeholders.


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The Business Case for Action

  • Businesses can be an effective partner in addressing AIDS, TB and Malaria as they have many comparative advantages that they can mobilize:

    • Core business operations and value chains – Introduce health-related programs in the workplace, upstream supply chain, downstream customer networks, and among peer industry groups.

    • Social investment - Support programs that fight AIDS, TB and malaria by contributing resources, expertise, product donations and other in-kind contributions.

    • Public Advocacy, Policy Dialogue and Institution Strengthening - Engage in advocacy, public policy dialogue and efforts to mobilize political support and resources to fight the three diseases.


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The Business Case for Action

  • Businesses can be an effective partner in addressing AIDS, TB and Malaria as they have many comparative advantages that they can mobilize:

    • Core business operations and value chains – Introduce health-related programs in the workplace, upstream supply chain, downstream customer networks, and among peer industry groups.

    • Social investment - Support programs that fight AIDS, TB and malaria by contributing resources, expertise, product donations and other in-kind contributions.

    • Public Advocacy, Policy Dialogue and Institution Strengthening - Engage in advocacy, public policy dialogue and efforts to mobilize political support and resources to fight the three diseases.


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Group Exercise


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An Internal Analysis…

  • Identify potential areas of collaboration

    • Key questions:

      • Why do you want to work with the Private Sector and what is your goal?

      • Which areas need assistance? (e.g BCC, bed net distribution, etc.)

  • Analyze your organization

    • Key questions:

      • Does it have the capacity and the internal systems to collaborate with the Private Sector?

      • Are there any internal obstacles that could obstruct the public-private partnership? (Constraints because of the nature of your organization?)

      • What makes your organization an attractive partner? How would you recognize the partnership?


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… and an External Analysis

  • 1. Identify partners

    • What are the big and influential companies in your country? Do they have a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program?

    • Are there companies that have a particular interest in fighting the three diseases because of their business or their type of business (for instance extractive industries)?

    • Are there any CSR business coalitions in your country or region? Are there any business coalitions on HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria?

  • 2. Consult other stakeholders

    • For instance: the Private Sector representative of the CCM, UN agencies, NGOs, the Global Fund, the government.


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Group work

  • Produce an internal and external analysis of your country. Make an action plan based on this analysis (1 hour)

  • Presentation (10 minutes for each group)


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Thank you

Ravi & Nicolas

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