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Health in Africa Initiative

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What We Do

The Health in Africa initiative is a World Bank Group program launched in 2008. It works to link governments in Sub-Saharan Africa with the private sector in order to improve the quality of healthcare in those countries. 

 

 Burkina Faso

 Ghana

 Kenya

 Mali

 Nigeria

Rep. of Congo Rep. of Congo

 South Sudan

 Tanzania

 Uganda


How We Do It

The Health in Africa (HiA) initiative has been supporting the development of a responsible and sustainable private health sector in Africa since 2008 by:

  • Providing the analytical basis for informed decisions on private sector participation in health.
  • Supporting governments and the private sector on essential policy and regulatory reforms and leveraging private sector participation to accelerate achievement of national health goals.
  • Facilitating direct and indirect access to capital for private healthcare entities to increase investment in the health sector.

Learn more here.