Successive govts have engaged private partners to improve health service delivery, but their impact has been limited thus far.
When pandemics threaten to overwhelm health systems, the crisis can catalyse new partnerships.
Pakistan does not have a coordinated and publicised national public health emergency plan.
For WASH to make a mark, it requires moving towards a visible focus on water.
Political will is required to persevere and bring maturity to public-private partnerships.
Achieving universal health coverage by 2030 demands the inclusion of the private sector.
In the new debate surrounding the 18th Amendment, critics argue that benefits are not being transferred on to citizens.
ALL government leaders are obsessed with economic growth, those in Pakistan being no exception.