Ghana Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Report
We remain of the view that Ghana will be a regional outperformer in terms of the development of its pharmaceutical and healthcare markets over the medium to longer term . On the other hand, reliance on donations and foreign aid to ..."
BMI View: The already depreciating Sudanese pound will come under further strain should oil prices
continue their decline as oil exports account for around 70% of total exports in the country. We are already
forecasting short-term negative growth in US dollar terms for the phar ..."
Kenya Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare Report
A high birth rate due to limited birth control and the importance placed on having a large family by rural populations as a source of economic strength, as well as a growing disease burden, is likely to put further pressure on Keny ..."
BMI View: Mobile health has strong growth potential in Cameroon, given the lack of health infrastructure
and medical professionals. The use of mobile health will help to improve accessibility to healthcare, to
some extent. However, we maintain that in order for Camero ..."
BMI View: The growing Kenyan population will support the growth of the country's pharmaceuticals and
healthcare industry. While fertility rates have dropped over the last decade, from 5.0 births per woman in
2003 to 4.4 births per woman in 2013, we note that these fig ..."
BMI View: Overall pharmaceutical sales in Sudan and South Sudan are to see double-digit growth, albeit
from a low base. In addition, we highlight that high inflation, volatile currency exchange rates and civil
unrests are some of the key risks that will continue to li ..."
BMI View: Sourcing accurate and reliable quantitative data on Tanzania's pharmaceutical market remains
challenging due to substandard audits, porous sales channels, a high prevalence of counterfeits,
questionable national statistics, dispensing without prescriptions, ..."
BMI View: Mozambique is a country rich in natural resources, which in turn has led to a rise in foreign
investments, aiding its economy in the long run. Although Mozambique currently suffers from a high burden
of diseases, with the government increasing its efforts in ..."
BMI View: With restrictions on financial aid into Uganda following the passing of the anti-homosexuality
bill, we believe that improvements in healthcare coverage may start to wane, as the government attempts to
manage a more limited budget. Nevertheless, progress con ..."
BMI View: Like many other African countries, Angola's economy relies heavily on the health of its oil
industry. Any negative changes to the price of oil could pose considerable risk to its economy. The Angolan
healthcare sector will steadily expand with the aid of bot ..."