Innovative Public-Private Partnerships to Accelerate China’s Public Health Reforms and Revitalize Micro-, Small- and Medium-Sized Enterprises (MSMEs)

COVID-19 is having far-reaching impacts on China’s economy and public health system. The Chinese government is developing a range of policies to revitalize the economy and ensure the health of its citizens. While China’s overall management of the COVID-19 pandemic has been impressive, there is now an urgent need to 1) help China’s millions of SMEs recover from the devastating economic impact of the epidemic and 2) accelerate healthcare reforms described in the “13th Five Year Plan” and “Healthy China 2030”.

AmCham China has launched an innovative Social Impact Initiative in July 2020 focused initially on these two pressing social issues. One of the core principles driving this Initiative is our belief that the private sector has a meaningful role to play in helping China to achieve its objectives and that AmCham China members are uniquely qualified to help. We have successfully concluded 8 working sessions and 1 high-profile Social Impact Summit for 2020, and are in the process of launching the 2021 Social Impact Initiative.

2021 Social Impact Initiative

Sponsorship Package:

Trending Topics for 2021:

Carbon Neutrality

Rural Revitalization

Women Empowerment

Education and Training

MSMEs Going Abroad

To join the program, please contact Kathy Li at kli@amchamchina.org, or call (8610) 8519 0850

2020 Social Impact Initiative

Download the Final Report of the Public Health Track

Action Briefs

Working Session 1: Reaching Consensus

Chinese Brief     |     English Brief

Working Session 2: Digital Health

Chinese Brief     |     English Brief

Working Session 3: Disease Prevention and Emergency Response

Chinese Brief     |     English Brief

Working Session 4: Health Financing

Download the Final Report of the MSME Track

Action Briefs

Working Session 1: Reaching Consensus

Chinese Brief     |     English Brief

Working Session 2: Financial Inclusion

Chinese Brief     |     English Brief

Working Session 3: Digital Transformation

Chinese Brief     |     English Brief

Working Session 4: MSMEs Going Abroad

With the Generous Support of:

 
Microsoft
Intel
Dell
Mars
United-Family-Hospital
Johnson & Johnson
FedEx
Cargill
Amazon
mitsubishi
Bell
GSK
Honeywell
Merck
MSD
NVIDIA
Viatris
PayPal
eBay
Google
Novartis