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Health Financing Partnership Facility

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Susann Roth

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Transcript of Health Financing Partnership Facility

Health Financing Partnership Facility
THE GOAL
Improved health
outcomes in Asia Pacific
Leveraging financing and partnerships
HFPF
ADB
&
Development Partner
Agencies
Private Sector
Foundations
Globally most people age 60 and above will live in Asia and the Pacific by 2050.
Regional integration increases spreading of diseases across borders.
Approx. 64 % of Asia/Pacific population at risk of Malaria infection.
Dengue has increased fourfold in GMS in from 2011 to 2013 (WHO).
WHO projects that Asia and the Pacific will have the greatest total number of non-communicable diseases by 2020.
Asia/Pacific has a large private sector participation in the
health sector-often unregulated.
Asia/Pacific has seen unprecedented economic growth and has centers of excellence in health care.
But many are exposed to public health risks and have no access to quality health care.
There is a huge inequality in access to quality affordable health care.
The region renewed its commitment to
Universal Health Coverage.
ADB's S2020 mid term review committed to double health operations from to 3-5% by 2020.
Regional Malaria and other Communicable Diseases Trust Fund
Cooperation Fund for Fighting
HIV/AIDS in Asia/Pacific
Grant investments
Technical Assistance
Non-Grant Applications
Health Financing
Innovations in health service delivery
eHealth
Support DMCs in malaria control and elimination.
Strengthen regional health security.

Policy dialogue
Financing
ICT/ehealth
CVRS
Service delivery
PPPs
Quality standards

More investments in health are needed
2013
http://www.aidsdatahub.org/
Susann Roth (sroth@adb.org)
Senior Social Development Specialist

Regional Sustainable Development Department
Pooled donor contribution incl.
private sector and foundations.
Low transaction costs.
Build strategic long term partnership.
Strengthen ADB's health sector investment pipeline.
Support public goods on health through regional cooperation and integration.
Provide financing for innovations.
Only region worldwide where infection are increasing.
2005-2014, $19.2m from SIDA
17 Projects, over 20 Publications

Scaling up pilot demonstrations
Knowledge, policy and capacity development
Coordination and M&E

Established Dec 2013
Initial $19,3m from UK, $ 16,3m from Australia




Objectives
Scale-up responses to key challenges in combating malaria.
Mobilize higher level of sustained financing.
Improve data for evidence-based decision making across countries.
Expand leadership in health beyond the health sector, health impacts from infrastructure projects.

Established Oct 2013
Up to $60m from ADB's capital resources.
ADB's assistance is an equity commitment into one of the largest pan-Asia, non-captive private equity funds focused on health care products and services.




Objectives:
Refine OrbiMed’s investment strategy for the health sector in Asia.
Help capture the link between successful health care investing and solutions for the underserved.
THE NEEDS
THE MEANS -
HIV/AIDS in Asia Pacific
Post 2015 Development Agenda
More equitable and affordable quality
health services in Asia Pacific
ADB's strength
Revised Operational Plan for Health
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