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Dutch Postcode Lottery invests 10 million euro in revolutionary innovation of Kenya healthcare
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Former US President Clinton endorses Joep Lange Institute
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SafeCare in practice - A healthcare provider's perspective


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Dutch Postcode Lottery invests 10 million euro in revolutionary innovation of Kenya healthcare

Safaricom, CarePay and PharmAccess launch transformative partnership to promote healthcare inclusion in Kenya

Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs extends support for Health Insurance Fund

Former US President Clinton endorses Joep Lange Institute

SafeCare in practice - A healthcare provider's perspective

 


Welcome to PharmAccess

The PharmAccess Group is dedicated to affordable access to quality health care in Africa, by stimulating investments through partnerships with the private sector and government institutions.  This group of non-profit organizations has a shared goal, working towards achieving inclusive health care for Africa. In doing so, we contribute to healthier populations and social and economic development.

Our integrated approach consists of complementary initiatives that aim to increase investments and resources, efficiency and effectiveness within the healthcare system. By combining standards for quality improvement, loans for healthcare providers, health plans and in-depth impact research we simultaneously stimulate the demand for and supply of healthcare services. The expertise within the PharmAccess Group includes health plans, healthcare quality, healthcare financing and healthcare infrastructure. Our work also includes consultancy and HIV/AIDS corporate programs as well as mobile health (mHealth) applications.

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 We are supported by:  

 PharmAccess and the Dutch Postcode Lottery

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What's new
PharmAccess partners with PurpleSource Healthcare in Nigeria
Working to improve quality in an integrated healthcare network
PSP4H and PharmAccess present research on health savings behaviors in chamas
Understanding perceptions, needs, concerns, drivers and barriers towards the use of a mobile health wallet
PharmAccess to advise Tanzania's Social Security Regulatory Authority
Technical assistance will be geared towards improving access to health insurance