BMI View: On the back of robust economic expansion, Cameroon's pharmaceuticals and healthcare sector
will continue experience high growth rates over the forecast period. As the drug market continues to
expand, and spending per capita on medicine increases from its cur ..."
BMI View: Although Cameroon's economic growth is expected to remain on track driven by public-private
partnerships in strategic infrastructure projects, the country's pharmaceutical and healthcare sector will
remain dependent on private out-of-pocket spending and glob ..."
BMI View: Economic expansion in Cameroon, driven mainly by ambitious investment projects in the
infrastructure network, will have a positive effect on overall economic activity and private consumption
over the next few years, which will benefit pharmaceutical and heal ..."
BMI View: Cameroon's healthcare sector development and improved access to medicines will continue to
benefit from global aid funds and growing private consumption. Also, the Cameroonian government
sustained commitment to enhancing economic development through investme ..."
Headline Expenditure Projections
? Pharmaceuticals: XAF170.33bn (USD348mn) in 2014 to XAF187.60bn (USD315mn) in 2015; +10.1%
in local currency terms and -9.6% in US dollar terms. Forecast revised downwards from last quarter.
? Healthcare: XAF802. ..."
BMI View: Rapid population growth and economic development will drive Cameroon's pharmaceutical
and healthcare market expansion over a multi-quarter timeframe, albeit from a low per capita spending
level. The combination of rising consumer spending, global aid funds a ..."
BMI View: Against a backdrop of sustained economic growth, Cameroon's pharmaceuticals and healthcare
market will sustain an expansive trajectory over the medium-to-long term. Although from a low per-capita
spending level, population growth and rising incomes will drive drug con ..."
BMI View: A combination of the adoption of different mobile health innovations, health-targeted foreign
aid inflows and sustained infrastructure investment will continue to create opportunities for health sector
improvement in Cameroon over the medium term. These incl ..."
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: Low per-capita health expenditure, coupled with the fact that the Cameroonian government has
limited funds to improve healthcare services, means it is unlikely the country will attract investment from
foreign pharmaceutical firms. In addition to low spending ..."