Eliminating barriers and ultimately increasing access to quality health services, for all, is a key pillar that requires significant focus if the aspirations laid out in the Agenda 2063 are to be achieved. It is also crucial if a prosperous future of inclusive and sustainable growth, where all African people have a high standard of living, quality of life, sound health and well-being, is to be realised.

There is no doubt that improving access to healthcare in Africa is a massive task. However, when it comes to the development of new facilities, part of the challenge stems from the many remote and rural areas that require these services, as well as the high costs generally associated with such projects.
Laura Swanepoel Head of Healthcare, Building Services