Kenya Health Care Federation (KHF) has more than 13 years of experience promoting strategic public-private partnerships towards achieving national access to quality healthcare by maximizing the contribution of the private sector. It has strong representation of corporate members, but also works with institutional and professional associations. The main role of KHF will be coordinating the private and public sector as well as advocacy for more public awareness, stronger linkage and access to training and education for specialized health professions.
AMREF Health Africa is a leading health development organization in Kenya, bringing good quality health care closer to those who need it most. Capacity Building is a crosscutting pillar in their seven strategic priorities and they run a separate Directorate for Capacity Building (DCB). The DCB is responsible for scaling up training of human resources for health (HRH) in Kenya. The main role of AMREF is advocacy in education, assure accreditation, organize space for workshops, promote e-learning and decentralization of training.
Malteser International (MI) is the international relief organisation of the Sovereign order of the Malta. In the last 15 years of operation in Kenya MI has successfully implemented projects aimed at strengthening health systems and community structures. The main role of MI is advocacy and coordination private sector actors from Germany.
The project is funded with support from the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development.