One of the major reforms in the health sector of Uganda has been in the area of public-private Partnership in Health. Partnerships in health are increasingly seen as a valuable mechanism for moving faster towards the attainment of national and international health goals. Partnership in health in Uganda is a key feature of the National Health Policy and the Health Sector Strategic Plan, and in the sector-wide approach processes and structures.
In: Tashobya, C.; Ssengooba, F.; Oliveira-Cruz, V. (eds), Health systems reforms in Uganda: processes and outputs, London: Health Systems Development Programme, LSHTM, chp 5, pp 83-96, ISBN: 0 902657 77 1, 2006.
Public-private partnership in health: working together to improve health sector performance in Uganda.