Healthcare in Tanzania and Ethiopia, Forecast to 2019

mHealth and POC in Tanzania, Specialist Healthcare Services and Specialists in Ethiopia Present New Opportunities to Drive Market Development in Sub-Saharan Africa

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The study analyses the Tanzanian and Ethiopian healthcare landscape, market outlook, investment and growth opportunities. Furthermore, this research service analyses the drivers, restraints and dynamics in the hospital construction market and scrutinizes several upcoming projects. It concludes with strategic recommendations for the hospital construction markets in Tanzania and Ethiopia. The research methodology of this study is based on primary interviews and secondary sources. The forecast period is 2015–2019. The study will give insights to investors that plan to enter the Tanzanian or Ethiopian markets and help existing manufacturers understand the competition.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Key Findings
Geographic Scope
2. Tanzania
Market Overview—Healthcare System
3. Demographics and Disease burden
Population
Age-Sex Structure of Urban and Rural Population, Tanzania, 2014
Top Causes of Death
Total Causes of Hospital Deaths by Disease, Tanzania, 2012
Total Causes of Hospital Deaths among Infants (aged <5 years) by Disease, Tanzania, 2012
4. Healthcare Facilities and Personnel
Organization of the Healthcare System, Tanzania, 2013
Public Health System
Structure of the Healthcare Delivery System Tanzania, 2013
Public Health Facilities—Structure
Structure of Healthcare Facilities, Tanzania, 2013
Public Health Facilities—Count
Health Training Institutions by ownership, Tanzania, 2013
Relationship Between the Public Health System and the Private Sector
Healthcare Personnel
Total number of Healthcare Personnel, Tanzania, 2012
Health Reforms
5. Expenditure and Funding
Total Healthcare Expenditure by Financing Source, Tanzania, 2011
Health Funding
Key Opportunities and Strength, Tanzania, 2014
6. Health Insurance
Healthcare Market: Health Insurance, Public, Tanzania, 2014
Healthcare Market: Health Insurance, Private, Tanzania, 2014
Health Insurance—Current Scenario
7. Regulatory and Legislative Framework
Healthcare Regulatory Bodies, Tanzania, 2013
8. Drivers and Restraints
Key Drivers, Tanzania, 2015–2019
Focused government initiatives
Significant external funding
Improved treatment methods and better awareness
Key Restraints, Tanzania, 2015–2019
Corruption
Price sensitive nature of the market
9. Upcoming Projects
10. Ethiopia
Market Overview—Healthcare System
11. Demographics and Disease burden
Population
Age-Sex Structure of Urban and Rural Population, Ethiopia, 2014
Economy
12. Healthcare Facilities and Personnel
Structure of the Public Health System, Ethiopia, 2013
Current Strategies to Improve Healthcare Utilization and Access
Type of Health Facilities by Type, Ethiopia, 2013
Health Facilities
Total Number of Healthcare Professionals in Ethiopia, 2013
Top Causes of Death
Total Causes of Hospital Deaths by Disease, Ethiopia, 2013
Total Causes of Hospital Deaths among Infants (aged <5 years) by Disease, Ethiopia, 2013
13. Expenditure & Funding
Total Health Expenditure
Health Funding
14. Health Insurance
Health Insurance—Current Situation
Key Opportunities and Strength, Ethiopia, 2014
15. Regulatory and Legislative Framework
Structure of Main Regulatory Bodies, Ethiopia, 2013
Main Regulatory Bodies, Ethiopia, 2013
16. Drivers and Restraints
Key Drivers, Ethiopia, 2015–2019
Increasing disease burden
Alliances between multinational and local firms
Key Restraints, Ethiopia, 2015–2019
Infrastructure facilities
Low number of specialists
17. Upcoming Projects
18. Opportunities and Key Strategic Recommendations—Tanzania and Ethiopia
19. The Last Word
3 Big Predictions
Legal Disclaimer
20. Appendix
Market Engineering Methodology


List of Figures & Charts

1. Total Population, Tanzania, 2014
2. Organization of the Healthcare System, Tanzania, 2013
3. Total number of Healthcare Personnel, Tanzania, 2012
4. Healthcare Market: Key Drivers, Tanzania, 2015–2019
5. Healthcare Market: Key Restraints, Tanzania, 2015–2019
6. Total Population by Province, Ethiopia, 2014
7. Health Financing Sources, Ethiopia 2013
8. Healthcare Market: Key Drivers, Ethiopia, 2015–2019
9. Healthcare System: Key Restraints, Ethiopia, 2015–2019


1. Age-Sex Structure of Urban and Rural Population, Tanzania, 2014
2. Total Causes of Hospital Deaths by Disease, Tanzania, 2012
3. Total Causes of Hospital Deaths among Infants (aged <5 years) by Disease, Tanzania, 2012
4. Healthcare Market: Percentage Split of Operational Health Facilities, Tanzania, 2012
5. Healthcare Market: Number of Operational Health Facilities, Tanzania, 2008-2012
6. Health Training Institutions by ownership, Tanzania, 2013
7. Percentage Split of Total number of Healthcare Personnel, Tanzania, 2012
8. Total Healthcare Expenditure by Financing Source, Tanzania, 2011
9. Net official development assistance and official aid received, Tanzania, 2008–2012
10. Total Health Insurance Coverage, East Africa, 2014
11. Health Insurance Coverage by Population (Percentage Split), Tanzania, 2014
12. Age-Sex Structure of Urban and Rural Population, Ethiopia, 2014
13. Total Number of Health Facilities, Ethiopia, 2013
14. Total Number of Hospitals by Region, Ethiopia, 2013
15. Total Number of Healthcare Professionals in Ethiopia, 2013
16. Total Causes of Hospital Deaths by Disease, Ethiopia, 2013
17. Total Causes of Hospital Deaths among Infants (aged <5 years) by Disease, Ethiopia, 2013
18. Net Official Development Assistance And Official Aid Received, Tanzania, 2008–2012



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