Health care in Sub-Saharan Africa remains the worst in the world, with few countries able to spend the $34 to $40 a year per person that the World Health Organization considers the minimum for basic health care. And despite widespread poverty, an astonishing 50 percent of the region’s health expenditure financed by out-of-pocket payments from individuals. Based on the research in a new report, IFC estimates that over the next decade, $25-$30 billion in new investment will be needed to meet Africa’s health care demand. The African healthcare market is projected to exceed $250 billion in 2030. But today, Africa satisfies only 8 percent of regional demand for medical supplies
Join us for the SSCG Africa Healthcare Summit 2023 on Thursday 14 September 2023 to gain latest market insights, learn and hear from our speakers emerging opportunities and technology solutions. The summit will be Hybrid – In person (London) and Virtual (Online)
The theme is “Investment Opportunities, Healthcare Infrastructure, System Strengthening, Innovation, Digital Health, Technologies, Patients care, Clinical Services, Sustainability, Pharmaceuticals Manufacturing and Supply Chains in Africa..
The summit will feature an unrivalled line-up of officials, business leaders and industry experts across Africa. Together they will share insights and perspectives on ways to strengthen African pharmaceutical industry linkages, drive investment in infrastructure and manufacturing sectors.