Investing in Asia-Pacific: Public Private Partnerships in Health
11 July 2012
Venue: Hotel Pullman Bangkok King Power
(8/2 Rangnam Road, Thanon-Phayathai,Ratchathewi, Bangkok 10400)
Date: 11-12 July 2012
The purpose of the Forum is to:
- he role of the private sector in response to the three diseases: AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis
- Creating and assessing the impact of public-private partnerships
- Rationale for sustainable engagement in public-private partnerships
The panel will be composed of high-level speakers from companies such as Takeda Pharmaceutical, Shell Foundation, Sumitomo Chemical, Standard Chartered Bank and a high official from Thai Government.
The agenda (PDF - 337 KB) will be divided into two parts:
Day 1, on 11 July 2012 will feature three panel sessions and present the Global Fund’s successful Public Private Partnerships. It will also discuss possible innovative ways of partnering with the private sector.
Day 2, on 12 July 2012, Participants will also have a first-hand opportunity to visit two Global Fund programs in Thailand. The first site will be Veloil's Workplace HIV Program in Samutsakom province, focusing on building learning centers through multi-stakeholder partnerships. The second site is the Raks Thai Foundation's National HIV and TB Program, which focuses on prevention and treatment services for migrant workers.
Please kindly note that the Forum is open for participants from corporations and other private sector.
For registration, please send an email to with
- you name,
- name of your company,
- your job title,
- email address, and
- telephone number
If you would be interested in the filed visits on July 12, please mention it in your email.