Private health care in Africa: A middle way?
Sitting in the shade outside the Avenue hospital in Kenya’s capital, Nairobi, StephenOmbedho plays on his smartphone while his wife is inside being treated for a chest infection. After three years of private health insurance, he is still getting used to the perk. But he remembers the wait at public hospitals, where the queuing can be measured in days.
- Nov 16, 2013