The Saving One Million Lives Initiative
The Saving One Million Lives Initiative is a drive to focus on outcomes through strengthening execution and delivery on Nigeria’s basic health services. This innovative approach is setting clear, ambitious targets for real impact and a simple, yet laser-focused system of performance management to achieve them. The initiative is government owned and led and implemented in close coordination and cooperation with the development partners through a joint financing arrangement. The program comprises of 8-components which will contribute to save one million lives across the country.
Private Sector Health Alliance of Nigeria
The Alliance was launched by Mr. Bill Gates and top business leaders in Nigeria as a country-owned private sector led multi-sectoral coalition focused on mobilising the private sector’s collective abilities, assets and resources to accelerate improvement in health outcomes. The Alliance strategically leverages the resources, expertise and capabilities of the private sector in Nigeria to yield gains in health.
PHN focuses on four major pillars built on the evidence that the Nigerian healthcare sector is relatively flooded with untapped potential. A rapid diagnostic has revealed that the private sector is well positioned to unlock that potential and realise the synergies required for massive improvements in health outcomes. As a result, the pillars: Innovation, Partnerships, Advocacy, and Policy were established to align operations with strategic priorities. View Website
Healthcare Leadership Academy
The Healthcare Leadership Academy (HLA) launched in October 2015 as a platform to provide world-class leadership and management training to healthcare providers, policymakers and administrators in the African health sector to support them in their roles, build leadership capabilities and effect catalytic macro- and meso-system wide changes.
To execute its vision, the HLA delivers bespoke training programmes aimed at two categories of healthcare professionals: healthcare providers at the frontline of service delivery; and healthcare policy makers and administrators in the public sector who are central to health system governance.
Through this approach, the HLA aims to develop the next generation of healthcare leaders who have the requisite skills and capabilities to positively transform their respective organisations and improve health outcomes and wellbeing. View Website