PharmAccess is a group of non-profit organizations dedicated to improving access to quality healthcare in Africa. PharmAccess mobilizes public and private resources for the benefit of doctors and patients through clinical standards and quality improvements, loans for healthcare providers, health insurance, mHealth innovations and operational research.
This integrated approach is made possible by the following organizations:
United Nations' IT Agency made a video about M-TIBA
ITU - the United Nations Specialized agency for information and communication technologies features how the savings potential of M-TIBA and CarePay can bring access to health care closer for all!
Apr 25, 2018
Learn more about how M-TIBA makes healthcare work for everyone.
ITU – the United Nations Specialized agency for information and communication technologies features how the savings potential of M-TIBA and CarePay can bring access to health care closer for all.
“In Kenya Mobile phone access has reached over 90% of the population. So, the majority of the Kenyan population have access to a mobile phone. And a large percentage of that use feature phones, which is the simple regular mobile phone, and we thought the best way to gain access for medical care would be through that device”- Lina Dyhr, Consumer Marketing Representative for CarePay, Kenya.
“We came together as partners and thought what is it that we can do to take advantage of the digital agenda, to take advantage of the fact that Kenya has experienced an upward trend in mobile phone penetration? … In terms of mobile money, I think that healthcare is the next big beneficiary ” – Alice Machichi, Project Manager for PharmAccess Foundation, Kenya
Learn more about M-TIBA and Carepay through the video below.