Many development challenges are cross-cutting in nature, spanning diverse industries and across sectors. A relevant example is the closely connected fields of nutrition, health and education – where many solutions to address these challenges in Asia often do not leverage their work as effectively as possible. To achieve real impact, it is critical to build knowledge around strategic public-private collaborations that may span industries and sectors, and engage different levels of government for effective policy and programme planning and implementation.
This session will delve deeper into how to engage better results from public-private collaborations in the cross-cutting fields of nutrition, health and education, showcasing distinct approaches for impact undertaken by social investors and their partnerships with various levels of government. It will also introduce more opportunities for other social investors to potentially take a role in deepening, replicating or innovating public-private collaboration models that can make a difference in health, nutrition outcomes. Audience will be inspired to consider how social investment and philanthropy can enable more such collaborations for greater outcomes in other areas.
- Understand why local public-private collaboration in nutrition, health and education are important
- Surface factors for successful public private collaborations in local communities.
- Uncover the role for philanthropy and social investment in advancing these approaches
Head of Strategic Planning and Partnership Tanoto Foundation
Executive Director Food Industry Asia
Program Director - Nutrition Tata Trusts
CEO EdelGive Foundation
Chief Executive Officer Piramal Swasthya Management and Research Institute