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Gender, PPPs and Healthcare Provision

Gender, PPPs and Healthcare Provision

In a new paper, published in the Journal of International and Comparative Social Policy, EQUIPPPS lead-investigator Dr Jasmine Gideon argues that despite their current popularity, Public-Private Partnerships need to be reviewed through a gender lens in order to establish whether they are really enabling the health sector to address wider social determinants of health and to ensure the longer-term success of any pro-women healthcare interventions.