By kpeuquet on June 24th, 2013

Public-private partnerships are now a prominent feature in the global health landscape. While these partnerships offer great promise, some claim that the full potential of private sector partners to help address the world’s most pressing development challenges is largely unrealized. The Yale Global Health Leadership Institute (GHLI), in partnership with Coca-Cola and the Medical Stores Department (MSD) of Tanzania, conducted research to address the question: Given the exceptional reach of Coca-Cola, how can the company’s expertise be used to improve the availability of essential medicines in Tanzania and beyond?


Coca-Cola and Partners Go the Last Mile: Improving Access to Medicines and Supplies in Tanzania