How can countries labouring under tight financial constraints achieve better healthcare? Kenya’s example points the way forward.
Stronger partnership with business is a key priority for the WHO in Africa, the organisation’s regional head tells African Business.
The import of low-cost generic drugs benefits patients but holds back the growth of domestic production.
Indian healthcare groups are not only attracting African patients as medical tourists but also eyeing expansion in Africa itself.
Africa’s healthcare sector, which is worth $35bn, presents a great opportunity for informed investor, according to law firm Gowling WLG.