SUSTAINABLE HEALTHCARE

SWEAGLOB

 

 

SWEDISH -AFRICAN

GLOBAL BUSINESS

ASSOCIATION

 

Healthcare in Africa differs widely, depending on the country and also the region – those living in urban areas are more likely to receive better healthcare services than those in rural or remote regions. communities lack clean water and proper sanitation facilities, particularly in rural areas. This means that illnesses caused by poor hygiene, such as cholera and diarrhoea, are common in some countries.

At a 2001 African Union (AU) meeting in Abuja, Nigeria, African countries agreed to allocate 15% of their budgets to healthcare. To date, only six countries (Botswana, Burkina Faso, Malawi, Niger, Rwanda and Zambia) have met this commitment.

Hospitals and clinics in Africa often find it difficult to employ enough trained medical staff to cope with the number of people needing care.

Countries train their own medical professionals, or pay for them to learn elsewhere. Yet, once trained, many professionals decide to work abroad, either to escape instability or to practise where they have better working conditions and a higher salary. (The UK is one of the few countries to have a code which prevents it from actively recruiting medical staff from sub-Saharan Africa.) Some countries (for example, Malawi and Ethiopia) are training health assistants to bridge the gap.

At a 2001 African Union (AU) meeting in Abuja, Nigeria, African countries agreed to allocate 15% of their budgets to healthcare. To date, only six countries (Botswana, Burkina Faso, Malawi, Niger, Rwanda and Zambia) have met this commitment.

 

SWEAGLOB and its partners on Africa in the sector of healthcare has ambition and vision to estanlish sustainable healthcare by organizing funds for modern medical equipment and local , organizing training and seminars for healthcare assistances and doctors,organizing medical trips to Africa and collecting recovered medical equipment for the developing world.

 

HEALTHCARE POINT IN RURAL AFRICA

LUCK OF MEDICAL EQUIPMENET

TRAINING OF HEALTH ASSISTANTS

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND MODERN HEALTHCARE

SWEAGLOB is the promoter and instigator of business opportunities on the Africa continent and serves as bridge between western and African business communities.

SWEAGLOB serves also as business incubator on both the Africa continent and Sweden.

 

 

SWEAGLOB analyses, executes, controls and performs auditing for sustainable development projects on Africa continent for its partners..

 

SWEDISH - AFRICAN GLOBAL BUSINESS --www.sweaglob.com--Mail: info@sweaglob.com-- Phone: 0046762800486 Adress: Glimmervägen 2 -- 19341 Sigtuna- Sweden