AKMLSO – Labnet
City Eye Hospital
Fountain Africa Trust
Kisii County PPP
KPA – Pharmnet
Live Well Health Clinics (Formerly known as Viva Afya)
PSKenya – Business Skills
Tanaka Nursing Home
How Working Together Will Benefit Maternal Health in Kilifi County
How Embracing Mobile Technology Has Led to ‘Afya Poa’ For Kenya’s Informal Sector Workers
Looking Towards A Brighter Future – Making World Class Eyecare Affordable and Accessible to All
GSK: Quality, Affordable Asthma Treatment for Kenya’s Low-income Communities
Pharmnet: A Sustainable Community Retail Pharmacy Network in Kenya
Kisii Teaching and Referral Hospital: Public-Private Partnership for Improved Customer Care
AfyaPoa: An Innovative Micro Health Insurance Product for Kenya’s Informal Workers
Community Midwives: Addressing Rural Kenya’s Maternal Healthcare Gap
City Eye Hospital: Affordable, Quality Eye Care for Low-Income Kenyans
PSK Tunza Clinics: Unleashing the Entrepreneurial Spirit – Business Skills Training
Live Well (Formely known as Viva Afya) – Network Effects and Scaling Up
“Competitive Advantage of Brand Generic Products through Entry Strategies Adopted by Multinational Pharmaceutical Companies in Kenya”.
“Country Profile: Kenya. Overview of Kenya’s Health System”.
“Diagnosis: Overrated. An Analysis of the Structural Flaws in the NHS”.
“Factors Affecting the Performance of Public-Private Partnership in Healthcare Projects in Kenya: A Case Study of the Ministry of Health, Nairobi”.
“Fixes, Failures, and Facilitation: Diagnosing Problems and Opportunities in Health Intervention”.
“Health Systems as Industrial Policy: Building Collaborative Capabilities in the Tanzanian and Kenyan Health Sectors and Their Local Suppliers”.
“Impact Evaluations for Market Systems Programmes”.
“Increasing Access to Essential Health Commodities and Services”
“Making Medicines in Africa. The Political Economy of Industrializing for Local Health”.
“Practicing Strategy: Text and Cases 2nd Edition”
“Strategic Partnerships in Kenya’s Health Sector”.
“The Feasibility of a Shared Data System in the Kenyan Medical Insurance Sector as a Means to Reduce Fraud”.
“Translatable Lessons from the Kenyan Healthcare Landscape”.
Engaging the Private Sector in Health Market Systems Development
Practical Intervention Logic – The Results Chain “Cheat Sheet”
A Systemic Approach to M4P
Assessing the Feasibility of Implementing a Private Sector Model on Uptake of Maternal Health Services in Selected Sites in Western Kenya.
Community Perception of Maternal and Child Health Services among Low-Income Populations in Nairobi, Kenya; the Case of Jacaranda Health.
An Assessment of Pooled Procurement for Tunza Providers.
Market Research for Nairobi Eye Hospital (NEH) to Increase Access to Eye Care Services for the Working Poor in Nairobi and its Environs.
A Study to Examine Uptake and Performance of Asthma Medicines among Low Income Populations in Three Counties in Kenya.
Ring Fence Health Spend for M-Health Solution.
M4P and UHC: How M4P in Health Supports Development
Filling Information Gaps with Market Research
What Prevents Kenya’s Counties from Implementing Public-Private Partnerships in Health?
Applying M4P in the Healthcare Sector: A Primer for Policymakers
Tapping into Potential Consumer Groups: Knowing Your Client
Health Spending Behaviour among Low Income Consumers in Kenya
The Case for M4P in Health
Key Factors in Low Cost Healthcare Delivery
The M4P ‘Donut’ for Health Market in Kenya
Health Care Financing: Community Based Insurance Schemes
Challenges Confronting Private Health Providers In Kenya: Guidance for Policy Makers
Innovative Market Solutions for the Private Pharmaceutical Supply Chain in Kenya
Global Experience in Private Healthcare Financing
Health Seeking Behaviour
The Poverty Penalty
Qualitative Research on Private Health Sector’s Ability to Serve the Working Poor
What Constitutes a For-Profit Health Care Provider
Advancing Bottom of the Pyramid (BoP) Access to Healthcare: A Case Study on Mobile Money Platforms
Health Insurance Participation: Experimental Evidence from Kenya
Kenya County Report for African Health Markets for Equity (AHME) for Demand Side Health Financing
Kenya Financial Diaries – Shilingi kwa Shilingi – The Financial Lives Of The Poor
Can Working with the Private For-Profit Sector Improve Utilization of Quality Health Services by the Poor?
Delivering High Quality, Low Cost Care at Scale
The Primary Care Innovator’s Handbook
Diagnostic Assessment of Kenya’s Family Planning Market
Translatable Lessons from the Kenyan Healthcare Landscape
Extending Health Services to the Poor through the Private Sector
Making Health Markets Work for the Poor: Improving Performance
Strengthening Health Outcomes through the Private Sector Project
Kenya’s Changing Healthcare Industry and the Evolving Role of the Pharmaceutical Technologist
Bringing Medicines to Low-Income Markets – A Guide to Creating Inclusive Business Models for Pharmaceutical Companies
Insecticide Treated Nets: The Role of the Commercial Sector
Feedback from the Field: Insights into PSP4H Interventions from the Partners’ Perspective
Lessons for Future Health and M4P Programming
Successes and Failures in Health Market Systems Interventions: Learnings from PSP4H in Kenya
Documentation of a Cross-Subsidy Cost Recovery Model: Ruaraka Uhai Neema Hospital (RUNH) Case Study
Lessons Learnt by the Private Sector Innovation Programme for Health (PSP4H) – Midterm Report
Research into Policy and Practice: How Markets and Pro-Poor Health Interventions Targeting the Private Health Sector Can Work for Poor People in Kenya
Understanding the India Low Cost Model of Healthcare Delivery: A Review of the Literature
A Comparative Analysis of Health Markets and Private For-Profit, Pro-Poor Interventions in East Africa
The Kenyan Poor and Their Use of the Private Health Sector
Formative Survey of the Private Health Sector in Kenya
A Study on Sustainability Outcomes of Donor-funded Healthcare Programmes
Comparing Kenya’s Private Health Finance Markets with Neighbouring Markets
Study of the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain in Kenya