Peter J. van Wyk and Aina Heita
HIV/AIDS impacts thousands in Namibia and there is an increasing need for affordable quality healthcare. With donor fund decreases due to a rising economy, uniting and utilizing resources of both the public and private sectors in Namibia through Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) is essential. This project develops a product model focused on lower-cost medical aid provided by NABCOA that will greatly benefit low-income families with viable inexpensive medical aid, and will thus contribute to the fight against HIV/AIDS in Namibia.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Interactive Qualifying Project
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