FOSTERING STRONG PARTNERSHIPS
BGiL Lab is relentless in forging solid partnerships with global leaders in clinical services and health care products. Quite often when Western investors arrive in Africa for the very first time, they are quick to notice that their prior experience is of very limited use. As a result the expectation of many has been cut short. Some investors see the continent's uncertainty as opportunity. It is fair to say that although unreliable infrastructure plagues conventional kinds of companies, it opens the door to novel and innovative business models. Building a wide array of relationships with capable local players is the key and BGiL Lab is conversant with the convoluted processes that obtain in most African countries. BGiL Lab welcomes the opportunity for partnerships with entities vying to get a foothold in terrain unknown to many outsiders.
At BGiLAB we are dedicated to giving quality service with unrelenting attention to excellence, safety and commitment to assure the very best outcome for those we serve. With governments across Africa working to improve the business climate, there has never been a better time to partner with BGiL Lab. By forging and nurturung the right partnerships, companies will not only grow their own balance sheets but help create jobs, support local businesses and strengthen local communities across the continent.
The timing for private sector investment in Africa has never been better, with so many Sub-Saharan African countries recording an unbroken pattern of economic growth in the past several years. The health sector in Africa faces some real challenges, some of which are: Poor infrastructure, an acute shortage of healthcare workers and substandard quality. These challenges coupled with lack of public sector spending on health have ironically set the stage and created favorable conditions for a robust private sector involvement in healthcare.
Good health is wealth. Besides the fact that there's an intrinsic value of health that is a human right, the economic case for investing in healthcare is robust. Experts agree that improved healthcare in Africa is essential for sustainable development. Healthier citizens are more productive, earn more, consume more, work longer, all of which have a positive impact on the Gross Domestic Product of a country. Better health also reduces the financial cost of healthcare for the family, the community, the private sector and the government.BGiL Klinika
According to consultancy firm – McKinsey, by 2016 the market for health care in Sub-Saharan Africa will be worth $35 billion, however a skills shortage is constraining it since the continent is reckoned to host a quarter of the world's disease burden but only has 3% of its medical workforce. The World Bank reckons an additional 90,000 doctors and 500,000 nurses will be needed in the next few years. The private sector has a positive role to play within the broader context of Sub-Saharan African countries health care systems by expanding access and improving quality and efficiency.BGiL Klinika