Cardno’s Public-Private Partnerships in PEPFAR Countries Project (P4) is funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Division of Global HIV & TB (CDC DGHT) to support its management and scale-up of Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) under the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). Having managed the first phase (2009-2015) and now into the second phase (2015-2020), Cardno collaborates with CDC and the Office of the U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator (OGAC) to leverage the resources of the U.S. Government and private sector partners to meet the PEPFAR goals of improved health outcomes, sustainability, and country ownership through PPPs. P4 helps countries maintain and expand partnerships, and assists in identifying private sector partners that enhance country ownership and shared responsibility. P4 supports the evaluation of private sector engagement to assess the impact and contribution of PPPs to PEPFAR’s HIV/AIDS care, treatment, and prevention goals and shares lessons learned.
Cardno’s P4 Project produced the P4 PPP Tookit: Toolkit for Improving Efficiency and Effectiveness of Public-Private Partnerships in PEPFAR Countries to ensure the PPPs under its oversight can maximize their impact and results towards achieving PEPFAR goals for HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment and care and health systems strengthening. The toolkit was designed to enhance the effectiveness of the services P4 provides to its clients CDC DGHT and OGAC, and other stakeholders, including implementing partners, private sector partners, and host government agencies. P4’s Management Team periodically updates toolkit templates and guidelines, and adds new tools to respond to the evolving requirements of PEPFAR’s PPP models. P4 Project provides the following four types of services to PPPs: a) Partnership Management, b) Financial Management, c) Monitoring & Evaluation; and d) Communications & Knowledge Management. This toolkit is also divided into these same sections. The toolkit is a living document, therefore it will be modified as necessary to remain adaptive to CDC and OGAC’s objectives and needs for PEPFAR PPP management. Click on the navigation links to the right to access individual files & forms.