Health care System Development in Kenya and Rwanda

Unlocking New Opportunities in Sub-Saharan Africa

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The study analyses the Kenyan and Rwandan health care landscape, market outlook, and investment and growth opportunities. It also discusses the drivers and restraints and the dynamics of the hospital construction market and concludes by providing a list of upcoming projects and strategic recommendations for the markets in Kenya and Rwanda. The research methodology is based on primary interviews and secondary sources. The forecast period is 2011–2015. The study offers insights to investors planning to enter the Kenyan and Rwandan markets, also helping existing manufacturers to understand the competition.

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Executive SummaryKey FindingsKey Findings (continued)Geographic ScopeRwandaMarket Overview—Health care System Demographics and Disease BurdenPopulationAge-Sex StructureLeading Causes of DeathChild HealthHealth TransformationEconomic OverviewOverall Financial AssistanceHealth care Facilities and PersonnelHealth care Facilities—PublicHealth care Facilities—Public (continued)Health care Facilities—PrivateHealth care PersonnelRole of CHWs in Delivering CarePre-hospital Emergency Care Services (PHECS) Health Service Coverage and UtilisationOther Related InfrastructureICT InfrastructureICT in Health careExpenditure and FundingTotal Health ExpenditureHealth Expenditure—Per CapitaHealth Funding—Key External AidsHealth Funding—Key External Aids (continued)Health InsuranceStructure—PublicHealth Insurance—PublicCBHI Funding and SpendingSocial Health Insurance Health Insurance—PrivateLegal ScenarioVision 2020 and Key Government PoliciesCurrent Scenario and Other Health Policies Investment ClimateExternal Challenges: Drivers and Restraints—Health care Market in RwandaDriversDrivers ExplainedRestraintsRestraints ExplainedKenyaMarket Overview—Health care System Demographics and Disease BurdenPopulationAge-Sex Structure Economic OverviewDemographic and Economic IndicatorsPublic Health SystemPublic Health FacilitiesPublic Health Facilities—StructureHealth care PersonnelLeading Causes of DeathHealth FacilitiesHealth Facilities—StructureExpenditure and FundingTotal Health ExpenditureHealth Expenditure—Per CapitaHealth FundingHealth InsuranceHealth Insurance—PublicHealth Insurance—PrivateEconomic ProspectsHealth Insurance—Current ScenarioExternal Challenges: Drivers and Restraints—Health care Market in Kenya DriversDrivers ExplainedDrivers Explained (continued)Drivers Explained (continued)RestraintsRestraints ExplainedRestraints Explained (continued)Restraints Explained (continued)Opportunities and Key Strategic Recommendations Opportunities and Key Strategic Recommendations—RwandaOpportunities and Key Strategic Recommendations—Rwanda (continued)Opportunities and Key Strategic Recommendations—Rwanda (continued)Opportunities and Key Strategic Recommendations—KenyaOpportunities and Key Strategic Recommendations—Kenya (continued)Upcoming ProjectsUpcoming Projects—RwandaUpcoming Projects—Rwanda (continued)Upcoming Projects—Rwanda (continued)Upcoming Projects—KenyaUpcoming Projects—Kenya (continued)Upcoming Projects—Kenya (continued)The Last WordThe Last Word—3 Big PredictionsThe Last Word—DiscussionThe Last Word—Discussion (continued)Legal DisclaimerAppendixMarket Engineering Methodology




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