Catalyzing private sector engagement READ MORE Engaging with public and private health sector players across Africa.

Innovative Partnerships to Transform Health in AfricaPromoting growth of the private health sector in Africa through innovative approaches towards
affordable, accessible and quality healthcare for all.

We are your trusted healthcare partner

AHB is an African health consultancy, advisory and investment firm that aims to improve access to quality affordable healthcare in Africa. Our expertise is targeted towards supporting governments, corporates, health organisations and development partners to foster effective Public Private Partnership initiatives in health.

Our team includes experts with direct experience working with the African public and private health sector, civil society, academia, and development agencies. We are committed to co-creating tailored local solutions with the potential to change the trajectory of health across the African continent through specialised knowledge, expertise and support

Consultancy

Providing market intelligence to benefit clients in designing appropriate entry and growth strategies for Africa

Advisory

Catalysing for change in healthcare, assisting partners to enhance performance and achieve better health outcomes

Investments

Identifying opportunities for sustainable investments to grow the business of healthcare

Changing Healthcare Outcomes in Africa.Infinite possibilities. Endless opportunities.

What We Offer

Project Design & Implementation

Co-creating and implementing robust project management systems to deliver measurable outcomes and real impact.

Capacity
Building

Coordinating best practices and sharing knowledge towards strengthening engagement in the health ecosystem.

Technical Advisory

Guiding clients to make informed decision through quality, objective information to overcome challenges in a rapidly changing healthcare environment.

Research

Offering a full range of data and information through in-depth knowledge of the healthcare industry for business expansion and entry in new markets.

Why Choose UsOur Unique Selling Proposition

Unparalleled knowledge, experience and reach of the private health markets on the continent.

Strong network of health leaders and organisations within the  public and private sector in Africa.

Our Latest News Articles

Universal Health Coverage – One Size Does Not Fit All

The journey toward UHC is incredibly complex and important. The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the already-existing gaps in the health sector, reinforcing how essential it is to establish well-functioning health systems. UHC affects and is affected by every aspect of the health sector and beyond. It will ultimately only be achieved with interventions on the national,regional and continental levels. While integration and cooperation across national and regional barriers is necessary, ultimately, each country will require its own unique set of innovative solutions. We need guidance and helpful frameworks from the African Union level, integration and collaboration at the regional level, and wise leadership and effective strategy at the national level.

Preparing the Health Workforce will be Key to Integrating Technology in Healthcare

As we look to strengthen Africa’s health systems using new and exciting technological advancements, it is essential that the continent’s health workforce is considered in the design and roll out of these technologies. The health workforce is one of the primary consumers of new technologies in health, therefore the success of the innovations is dependent on their buy-in and training. They are central to the success of these potentially groundbreaking and revolutionary innovations.

Investing in Stronger Health Systems for Africa: A New Frontier

Investing in Stronger Health Systems for Africa: A New Frontier The COVID-19 pandemic has shown how fragile our global preparedness for infectious diseases is. The disease has spread swiftly from China across the world - with major impacts on health, economy, and quality of life of communities. The status of the disease in Africa is