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Funzo Kenya- Case Study of a Proposed PPP in Kenya's Health

A presentation made at the EAAG Givers' Lounge on Health Philanthropy in Kenya

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Funzo Kenya- Case Study of a Proposed PPP in Kenya's Health

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  1. National Training Mechanism KHF Partnership with Funzo Kenya

  2. Project Context - 5 year project - Focused on: - Improving financial access to training - Increasing training and training capacity - Building skills for educators - Developing the regulatory environment to support training and link it to licensing - Complements Capacity Kenya activities

  3. Project Objectives • Increase Number of New Health Workers Trained • Support Current Health Workers Training Needs • Strengthen Capacity of Training Institutions • Strengthen Regulatory Bodies to Enhance Training Demand

  4. Expected End Results

  5. Funzo/KHF Partnership Leading the development of public-private partnership in health training, private sector investment in training of health workers, and engagement of the private sector in policy formulation on healthcare training.

  6. Initial Tasks 1. Forecast the number of new health workers needed in Kenya - Identify stakeholders and initiate forecast meetings - Collect and review available data, working together with Results for Development (R4D) - Conduct follow-up policy meetings and finalize forecast with stakeholders, submit to GOK and update annually

  7. 2. Create an enabling environment for students to access fees - Develop and market loan and scholarship programs with HELB for pre-service students and with K-Rep, Equity, First Community Bank, etc. for in-service students - Work with private sector health organizations to develop self-funded training scholarship and loan programs for health workers.

  8. - Develop selection and repayment criteria for loans and scholarships recipients and monitor procedures, especially focusing on students from resource-poor communities. - Facilitate the issue of the loans. - Together with MOH and private sector providers, develop and expand employment and deployment strategy for graduates.

  9. 3. Increase admissions capacity for selected training institutions - Assess infrastructure needs and provide grants to selected institutions to expand capacity - Initiate discussions with K-Rep, Equity, First Community Bank, etc. to extend infrastructure and equipment loans to training institutions

  10. - Conduct a bottlenecks assessment at selected institutions to determine barriers to increasing admissions (e.g. the potential separation of accommodation and training at KMTC). - Engage regulatory bodies on admission capacity and acceptance of other accreditations (e.g. distance learning, elearning, non-classroom-based training, skills labs, etc.) for students, current health workers and faculty. - Strengthen the use of innovatve approaches to learning.

  11. Thank you for your time

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