A resource for educators and students that examines PSI/Myanmar's rural franchising strategy.
An overview of the tools and techniques available to social franchise program managers for Assessing quality.
Eleven social franchises were recognized for their efforts and achievements in quality assurance at the November 2011 Social Franchising Conference.
2013 Compendium of Social Franchising Programs
Under the approach of franchising, over 66,000+ private and public healthcare workers in 40 countries have been organized into regional networks that recognize and comply with standards of care. This approach to encouraging private healthcare providers to deliver quality public health services is gaining further traction each year.
Social Franchising for Health (SF4Health) is the global community that moves this response forward.
Sharing, collaborating and innovating
Social Franchising for Health (SF4Health) is a community for social franchise programs, donors, research institutions and other stakeholders to exchange knowledge and improve practice.
Improving, refining and growing
Over 50 social franchises now provide health services in developing countries worldwide. Both for-profit and non-profit organizations run social franchises, and offer services ranging from family planning and HIV/AIDS testing to tuberculosis treatment and the provision of safe deliveries.