Maternity waiting homes—facilities where pregnant women can temporarily reside until shortly before they are ready to be transferred to a nearby medical facility for delivery—can improve the quality of delivery in areas where women have difficulty accessing health facilities. In Gowa district, South Sulawesi, a public-private partnership helped mobilize private resources to support renovation, equipment, program outreach, and in-house services of a maternity waiting home. This report describes the development of the partnership, which was supported by HP+, and facilitated through a new regulation on public-private partnerships for health approved by the Ministry of Health.
Koseki, S., D. Marbun, C. Cisek, J. Sari, and A. Akosah. 2022. Building a Public-Private Partnership for Maternity Care in Indonesia. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus. USAID DEC: PA-00Z-DDN
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Koseki, S., D. Marbun, C. Cisek, J. Sari, and A. Akosah. 2022. Kemitraan Pemerintah Dan Swasta Untuk Perawatan Maternitas di Indonesia. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus. USAID DEC: PA-00Z-D64
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“So I Feel Safe: A Public-Private Partnership to Reduce Maternal Mortality” YouTube video, 4:58. Posted by the Health Policy Project, March 24, 2022. Available at: https://youtu.be/F8_MGFJ4urw.
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