This case looks at public-private partnership (PPP) between the Ministry of Health for the Government of Lesotho and a private consortium led by Netcare, a South African company, directed the construction and operation of a new referral hospital and four clinics catchment in Maseru, the capital of the country. The project was one of the first efforts to establish a PPP in Africa to design for the construction and operation of a large hospital, and clinical services. The project is administered by the International Finance Corporation … Read more »

This case looks at public-private partnership (PPP) between the Ministry of Health for the Government of Lesotho and a private consortium led by Netcare, a South African company, directed the construction and operation of a new referral hospital and four clinics catchment in Maseru, the capital of the country. The project was one of the first efforts to establish a PPP in Africa to design for the construction and operation of a large hospital, and clinical services. The project is considered by the International Finance Corporation as a great success. The case focuses on three questions: 1 taken the steps the government, IFC and the private parties to a viable public-private partnership; 2 the design and implementation of key performance indicators are included in the contract, and 3 the sustainability of the project in terms of higher than expected and lower quality of health care in other areas of the country that have resulted in a demand for services from the new clinic and hospital far beyond the originally projected figures. CERTIFICATE 1999.0
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Henry Lee
Source: Harvard Kennedy School
27 pages.
Release Date: 3 October 2013. Prod #: HKS766-PDF-ENG
Lesotho hospital and clinics Filters: A Public-Private Partnership HBR case solution

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