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PharmAccess believes in doing healthcare better.

 

With a focus on sub-Saharan Africa, we work on improving the whole system so that everyone has access to care when they need it, not just when they can afford it.

Find out what this means in practice by watching our short animation.

Our activities

Mobile health
Mobile health

Access to healthcare for everyone, via mobile technology

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Universal Health Coverage
Universal Health Coverage

Financial protection for those who fall ill, with inclusive insurances

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Health investments
Health investments

Improving private health care performances, with loans and investments

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Healthcare quality standards
Healthcare quality standards

Measure the quality of health providers, with objective standards

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Connecting people to affordable healthcare

At PharmAccess, our vision is a world where everybody is connected to affordable healthcare through mobile technology. Mobile technology has disrupted virtually every industry. It has created transparent business models that drastically cut transaction costs while putting the end user at the center.

Crucially, a person with a mobile phone is a person with a voice. With a simple piece of technology in their hands, those who were typically excluded can participate in the types of services and exchanges that many of us take for granted. This is why PharmAccess believes that new digital platforms like M-TIBA hold the key to democratizing healthcare.

See how M-TIBA is growing in Kenya.

Latest news and facts

Connected Diagnostics used in Samburu to treat Brucellosis

Today, digital technology offers huge opportunities to bring healthcare within reach of those who, until now, have been structurally excluded, and allows us to do it more efficiently and at an unprecedented pace. In the remote (yet well-connected) Samburu County, Kenya, a study was conducted to test the feasibility of Connected Diagnostics (ConnDx). This mobile phone-based intervention links on-site RDTs for brucellosis and malaria with digital financing and healthcare provision measures. Read more

Feb 13, 2020 publication
Government of Zanzibar signs a partnership with PharmAccess to implement a new health financing strategy

PharmAccess Tanzania has announced a 5 years’ partnership agreement with the Ministry of Health of the Government of Zanzibar. The agreement signifies the start of a cooperation between the two parties, in which PharmAccess supports the rollout of universal healthcare (UHC) in Zanzibar, with a specific focus on low-income and vulnerable groups. Read more

Jan 22, 2020 news
Med4all delivers a first shipment of medicines to the E.P. Church Clinic, Dzemeni

Med4all has completed a first, milestone delivery of medicines procured through the digitally supported supply chain system. Read more

Jan 16, 2020 news
Knocking Down Barriers to Accessing Essential Medicine in Ghana

In Ghana, PharmAccess is working with the Christian health Association of Ghana (CHAG) to develop a new health program that will deliver more affordable, quality medicines to health providers. Read more

Dec 23, 2019 news
PharmAccess country directors appointed as board members for the WHO and The Lancet and Financial Times Commission

New positions will accelerate their efforts to use digital technology to improve access to quality healthcare for underserved populations Read more

Dec 19, 2019 news

About PharmAccess

PharmAccess believes in doing healthcare better. With a focus on sub-Saharan Africa, we work on improving the whole system. This means mobilizing private and public resources to get more money into the system, measuring and improving quality, and reaching even the most excluded through simple technologies like the mobile phone.

This approach to healthcare is designed to ensure that everyone has access to better care when they need it, not just when they can afford it.

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