About AMP Health

AMP Health is committed to achieving the Astana Declaration on Primary Health Care of “a world where governments and societies prioritize, promote, and protect people’s health and well-being.” To deliver upon the shared promise of Primary Health Care, Universal Health Coverage, and the health-related Sustainable Development Goals, major investments in the development and deployment of diagnostics, vaccines, and other technologies, need to be paired with increased investment in the people responsible for ensuring these tools reach every person who needs them.

AMP Health works to improve health systems and outcomes by collaborating with governments to strengthen leadership and management capabilities through public-private partnership. AMP Health currently supports seven government health programs across four countries: Ghana, Malawi, Sierra Leone, and Zambia, and is actively exploring opportunities to expand to additional program areas, ministries, countries, and continents.

Our Principles

  1. Human-centered: believing passionately in the power of people to drive development

  2. Committed: believing in the value of long-term in-country engagement to catalyze sustainable leadership and management (L&M) capabilities

  3. Responsive: addressing and adapting to L&M priorities of individual ministries of health

  4. Solution-oriented: embracing innovation, data, technology, and the rapidly changing landscape; and evolving with optimism and purpose

  5. Inclusive: committed to equitably serving all communities, including marginalized and vulnerable populations

  6. Integrative: breaking down siloes within and across programs, sectors and countries and harnessing the best of the public and private sectors

  7. Humble: cognizant that we operate within a broader ecosystem and achieve impact by being trusted partners

  8. Collective: contributing to the broader global health agenda of Primary Health Care (PHC) including Community Health, Universal Health Coverage (UHC), and the health-related Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)