In honor of Women’s History Month, we’re kicking off our Future of African Healthcare conversations – a video series in which we’ll speak with prominent African female health leaders about what needs to be done to transform healthcare on the continent.
Market Access Africa this week launched the Future of African Healthcare conversations – a video series featuring prominent African health leaders sharing insights on how we can transform healthcare on the continent.
Examining the landscape across Africa, this series delves into the big questions around the future of healthcare: what’s working, what’s not, and what challenges and opportunities do the key players –governments, philanthropy, private sector, and rising scientists – face in driving healthcare systems change across our continent.
The dynamic leaders featured in this four-part series include:
· DrTariro Makadzange,CEO and Founder, Charles River Medical Group and Mutala
· Dr. Ebere Okereke, Incoming CEO, Africa Public Health Foundation
· AliceKang’ethe,Chief Operating Officer, Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI)
· Dr. Magda Robalo, President,Institute for Global Health and Development
We founded Market Access Africa with a vision to transform health care delivery across the continent, and we’re fortunate that our work gives us the opportunity to engage with leading healthcare experts across Africa.
The leaders featured in this series not only expertly highlight what the issues are and how best we can address them, but more importantly send a clear and bold message: As Africans, we cannot sit quietly and let others drive the conversation and priorities around our healthcare. We must take greater ownership and get into the driving seat in order to better shape and influence the healthcare agendas across our continent.
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