4:30—6:00 PM
Center for Global Development
2055 L St, NW
- Fifth Floor
Washington, DC 20036

Global Health Market Shaping Forum: Discussion of the Practice and Potential

David Ripin, Executive Vice President of Access Programs and Chief Science Officer, Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI)

Kanika Bahl, Principal and Managing Director, Results for Development Institute (R4D)

James Droop, Senior Policy Adviser, Human Development Department, Department for International Development

Amy Lin, Senior Market Access Advisor and Co-author of the Market Shaping Primer, USAID Center for Accelerating Innovation and Impact

Amanda Glassman, Director of Global Health Policy and Senior Fellow, Center for Global Development

Wendy Taylor, Director, USAID Center for Accelerating Innovation and Impact

Global health is inextricably linked to the health of the marketplace that delivers lifesaving products to low-income populations. A well-functioning health care market requires manufacturers to produce high-quality products, distributors to deliver the necessary quantities, providers to administer them correctly, and patients to be educated and active participants in their own health care. However, markets sometimes fall short.

The USAID Center for Accelerating Innovation and Impact (CII) recently launched Healthy Markets for Global Health: A Market Shaping Primer, a report that examines how market shaping can increase access to critical health commodities by reducing transaction costs, increasing market information, and balancing supplier and buyer risks.

We hope you are able to join us on December 17th for a discussion of the Market Shaping Primer and how market shaping experiences across the HIV, malaria, and other health sectors can inform future opportunities.

Registration begins at 4:00 p.m. and light refreshments will be available.


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