Poorer households bear the greatest burden of catastrophic health expenditures and low-quality healthcare. 


PharmAccess believes it can be done differently. 

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Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs lauds PharmAccess Collaboration with the National Health Insurance Authority and Delta State Government
On Tuesday, 13th of December 2022, Mr. Steven Collet, Director for Sustainable Economic Development and Ambassador for Business and Development at the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs paid a courtesy visit to the PharmAccess Office in Lagos to receive an update on their technical assistance activities in the Nigerian healthcare sector. Read more
14 December 2022 Press release
A great milestone for Medical Credit Fund Africa
We are proud to announce that MCF has recently disbursed a loan to our 2000th client! In total, these 2000 clients across sub-Saharan Africa have received 8000 loans worth more than 150 million Euros!Read more
5 December 2022 News
Detecting Multiple Diseases At Once: EU-Funded Didida Project Develops A Cost-Effective Mobile Based Solution In Africa
Nairobi, November 9 – The Digital Innovations and Diagnostics for Infectious Diseases in Africa (Didida) had its official kick-off at the Strathmore University. Didida is an ambitious project to develop reliable, low-cost, mobile phone-connected tests to help detect multiple infectious diseases and non-communicable diseases (NCD) at once in sub-Saharan Africa. Didida also plans to invest in digital health infrastructure and train a new generation of African experts to meet the health needs of the continent.Read more
9 November 2022 Press release

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