Healing the Great Rift
Topic : Type : Report
The East African region, encompassing Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, and Rwanda, is grappling with a number of healthcare challenges.
Over 90% of drugs are imported, causing supply chain issues and shortages of essential medications and medical supplies. This affects common drugs, non-communicable disease treatments, and medical equipment.
The private sector is therefore crucial for providing solutions, but faces barriers like limited capital and regulatory hurdles. In this report, Jeremy Holmes, former CEO of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society, details the investment opportunities that exist in contract manufacturing, pharmaceutical packaging, medical supplies, and healthcare data systems. As Jeremy's report highlights, each country has specific challenges and FDI potential.