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The East African countries (Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi) have made great progress in establishing harmonised Medicines regulation. With some 400 Million people in this region combined, the demand for pharmaceuticals outstrips supply. The East African bloc is anticipated to generate pharmaceutical sales of $5.3 billion by 2016, up from $3.0 billion in 2011 through establishment of harmonised regulatory approval processes across the region.
The Government of Kenya has set aside 15% of the national Budget on Healthcare, signaling spending on pharmaceuticals and other healthcare services.
Kenya is currently one of the fastest growing economy in the continent, pulling investors to the region. The country is also working hard in line with reaching its target goal of becoming a middle income country through vision 2030.
The combination of economic strength and an expanding middle class is already driving demand for medicines across Africa upwards.
The region is burdened with communicable diseases such as Malaria,TB & HIV/AIDS. Non-Communicable disease are also presenting major challenges for the region as cases of cardiovascular, lifestyle disease, parasitic and continued impact of the HIV/AIDs Pandemic push the demand for Medicines even higher from the growing middle income group.
Indeed Non-communicable disease have been made a national priority at the ministerial level by the Government of Kenya.
We see opportunity in the challenges presented.
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