Since the establishment of GaneshAID, we believe that by partnering with other key organisations, we can make a more significant impact in hopes for every child to experience the fullness of life. Through external engagement with other organisations, GaneshAID has identified key partnerships that will help move the global health agenda forward as we work together towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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Development Organisations
GaneshAID's experts at the Green One UN House in Hanoi to discuss about the Centre of Excellence for equitable and sustainable use of vaccines and health commodities
GaneshAID’s experts at the Green One UN House in Hanoi in a discussion with WHO (Vietnam, 2018)

Public health challenges are complex and multifaceted, requiring the collaboration of different stakeholders to achieve sustainable health and immunisation equity. Partnering with development organisations has been identified as an effective strategy that GaneshAID can utilise to leverage the expertise, resources, and networks of other actors in the global health community.

Our development partners have a wealth of experience in developing strategies and implementing public health programmes in various contexts, addressing various public health issues. By working together, GaneshAID and its development partners can combine our strength and complement each other’s capacities to design and deliver innovative and impactful public health interventions.

World Health Organisation (WHO)

WHO’s primary role is to direct international health within the United Nations (UN) system and to lead partners in global health responses. Working with 194 Member States, across six regions, and from more than 150 offices, WHO staff are united in a shared commitment to achieve better health for everyone everywhere.

World Health Organisation Regional Office for Africa (WHO/AFRO)

The WHO Regional Office for Africa is one of WHO’s six regional offices around the world. It serves the WHO African Region, which comprises 47 Member States with the Regional Office in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo. As the lead health authority within the UN system, WHO/AFRO works with the Member States in the African Region and development partners to improve the health and well-being of people.

Gavi, l'Alliance du Vaccin

By improving access to new and under-used vaccines for millions of the most vulnerable children, the Vaccine Alliance is transforming the lives of individuals, helping to boost the economies of lower-income countries, and making the world safer for everyone.

The Global Fund

The Global Fund is a partnership designed to accelerate the end of AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria as epidemics. As an international organisation, the Global Fund mobilised and invests more than 4 billion USD a year in supporting programmes run by local experts in more than 100 countries.

United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF)

UNICEF works in over 190 countries and territories to save children’s lives, defend their rights, and help them fulfil their potential, from early childhood through adolescence.

People that Deliver (PtD)

People that Deliver (PtD) was established in 2011 when 79 institutions came together at the WHO and pledged their support and action to strengthen the capacity of the health supply chain workforce while promoting the professionalization of the supply chain role within the broader health system.

Governmental Agencies
GaneshAID experts at Health Partnership Group Meeting 2023, organised by Vietnamese MOH
GaneshAID experts at Health Partnership Group Meeting 2023, organised by Vietnamese MOH (Vietnam, 2023)

In-country public health challenges require the coordination and cooperation of multiple stakeholders, especially governmental agencies, to ensure effective and efficient responses. As the policy enforcement arms of the states, governmental agencies have the authority and responsibility to set the public health agenda, allocate resources, enforce regulations, and monitor outcomes.

Partnerships with governmental agencies enable GaneshAID to access policy, regulatory, human resource, and financial support essential to the implementation of public health programmes. By involving the governments in this process, GaneshAID can also encourage the countries to take ownership of the programmes and ensure their sustainability in solving in-country public health challenges, enhancing governments’ accountability and transparency.

Ministry of Health, Republic of Senegal

The Republic of Senegal Ministry of Health and Social Action, under the authority of the Prime Minister, prepares and implements the policy defined by the Head of State in the field of health, prevention, health, and social action.

Ministry of Health, Republic of Benin

The mission of the Ministry of Health is to design and implement the state policy in the field of health in accordance with the laws and regulations in force in Benin as well as government policy and vision.

Ministry of Health, Socialist Republic of Vietnam

The Vietnam Ministry of Health manages the following fields of health: Preventive medicine; medical examination, treatment, and rehabilitation; medical assessment, forensic medicine, forensic psychiatry; traditional medicine and pharmacy; Reproductive Health; Medical equipment; cosmeceuticals; food safety; Health Insurance; population; State management of public services in the domains under the ministry’s state management.

Specialised Institutions
Mme. Dorothy Leab, GaneshAID's Health System Strengthening Specialist, invited as a speaker at PASIA's webinar on Hospital Supply Chain in COVID-19
Mme. Dorothy Leab, GaneshAID’s Health System Strengthening Specialist, invited as a speaker at PASIA’s webinar on Hospital Supply Chain in COVID-19 (2020)

In efforts to address public health challenges, the generation and dissemination of evidence-based knowledge and practices to inform and improve public health interventions is indispensible.

Over the years, GaneshAID has collaborated with specialised institutions to develop various research, innovations, and education programmes that are essential for advancing public health practices and interventions. Together, we share our data and insgiths, co-create and evaluate new approaches, and build the capacity and skills of health workers in different countries.

Africa Resource Centre (ARC)

ARC is an independent strategic advisor, promoting collaboration to help countries achieve their health goals. The Centre aims to build connections across organisations working to transform supply chains. ARC injects complementary resources to stimulate new ideas and approaches thereby building cross-sector collaborations that ultimately improve the availability of medicines and health products.

Regional Institute of Public Health (IRSP)

The Regional Institute of Public Health’s mission is to provide training, research, and service provision in favour of communities. Over the past few years, the IRSP has developed several projects for training and improving the quality of service provision for the benefit of health systems. The projects were carried out in partnership with various regional or international institutions to help tackle critical health issues.

Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology (KIIT)

KIIT’s vision is to create an advanced centre of professional learning of international standing where the pursuit of knowledge and excellence shall reign supreme, unfettered by the barriers of nationality, language, cultural plurality, and religion.

Mahidol University

Mahidol University offers top-quality programmes in numerous social and cultural disciplines, including the most doctoral programmes of any institution in Thailand, yet has maintained its traditional excellence in medicine and the sciences.

Centre of Logistics Management and Healthcare Supply Chain – LogHealth

LogHealth is a Centre of Excellence in Healthcare Supply Chain and Logistics, as a part of Mahidol University, Thailand. LogHealth conducts research and provides consultancy, training, and workshop services to public and private healthcare sectors to enhance the effectiveness, efficiency, and improvement of healthcare logistics for patient safety.

Procurement and Supply Institute of Asia (PASIA)

Procurement and Supply Institute of Asia is the largest and premier association for Supply Chain, Procurement, and Logistics headquartered in Asia operating globally. PASIA delivers world-class training, certifications, conferences & events, research, membership, and corporate partnerships.

Universiti Teknologi Mara (UiTM)

Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) is a public university based primarily in Shah Alam, Malaysia. Since its establishment, it has since grown into the largest institution of higher education in Malaysia as measured by physical infrastructure, faculty and staff, and student enrollment.

The Private Sector

Addressing public health challenges also requires the mobilisation and utilisation of diverse and abundant resources. As a non-profit public health consulting firm, GaneshAID has been actively invovled in establishing partnerships with other private actors in the field of health and immunisation.

By combining efforts together, GaneshAID and its private-sector partners can leverage our respective assets and capabilities to develop and deliver comprehensive solutions to public health challenges.

Mott MacDonald

Mott MacDonald is a global engineering, management, and development consultancy. Their purpose is to improve society by considering social outcomes, relentlessly focusing on excellence and digital innovation, and transforming clients’ businesses, communities, and employee opportunities.

Indochina Research

Indochina Research specialises in integrated market research solutions in the Indochina region which includes Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, and Vietnam. They offer a broad range of marketing research and brand consultancy services to a diverse range of clients operating in all key consumer and business sectors.

The Thiagi Group

The Thiagi group is at the forefront of global efforts to enable adult learners to achieve better results through motivating and effective performance-based training. Specialised in innovation-driven Learning, Science, and Education, the Thiagi group designs, develops, and delivers training with uncompromised service and quality. For the past 35 years, the group has been conducting projects that produce measurable business and professional results by improving human performance.