Anadach will be hosting a high level panel of stakeholders across the African private sectors including Dr. Amit Thakker (African Business Federation). Dr. Babatunde Omilola (African Development Bank), Ms. Claire Omatseye (West African Health Federation), Mr. Charles Dalton (International Finance Corporation), Ms Zola Msitya (Board of Healthcare Funders, South Africa) and Ms Zouera Yousoufou (Aliko Dangote Foundation to participate in an upcoming webinar ‘’COVID-19 in Africa: Leveraging the Private Healthcare Sector’’ After the presentation, there will be a moderated discussion, operating under the Chatham House Rule and giving as many as possible in attendance an opportunity to ask questions.
In January 2019, Tech Cabal launched a report called 'The State of Health Tech in Nigeria' at their TownHall meeting on health. The report gives a comprehensive overview of existing businesses in the health technology industry in Nigeria and profiles 75 active and 15 inactive health tech startups. It breaks them down into 12 major sub categories and includes access to the entire source data set of the research used to prepare the report.
YPO (Young Presidents Organisation) Lagos Chapter led by Mrs Fola Laoye (nee Elebute), Dr Richard Ajayi and Dr Ola Brown have put together a field hospital in a converted space of the Landmark Event centre, V.I to deliver testing, isolation and treatment (including intensive care) to Lagosians starting on Monday. YPO is implementing this through a public private collaboration with the Lagos state government. If you are interesting in finding out more about the initiative, or financially supporting the initiative, please click on the link below.
Egbe Osifo-Dawodu, M.D., Partner at the Anadach Group focuses on bringing innovative advice and services to clients in both the public and private sectors who are interested in transforming health care systems. View the recorded video here
Good board work is essential to establish and oversee: policies, the work of healthcare providers and managers needed for the vitality of health sector organizations, and the wise use of funds allocated into the health sectors of Low and Middle Income Countries (LMICs)1. Unfortunately, boards and good governance are not well-understood, and often overlooked, in the design, development and management of high performing health sectors in LMICs.
By Dr. Egbe Osifo-Dawodu, Founding Partner at Anadach Group, Contributory Author - April 2019