Development Finance

To bring universal healthcare to Africa, the private sector must get involved

Public budgets are below $30/capita per year in 11 sub-Saharan African countries. Image: Hush Naidoo/Unsplash

Pascal Fröhlicher

Executive director, U-Care

Carlijn Nouwen

Partner, Dalberg Advisors

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Healthcare expenditure for countries in SSA, split into out-of-pocket and other finance sources (ranked by % of OOP) Image: WHO Global Health Expenditure database, 2016 data
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