In most African countries, access to primary health has improved over the last 20 years. There are still, however, many barriers to quality health care access, such as high costs and crowded, understaffed, and under-resourced facilities. This paper explores some of the causes and solutions digital technology offers in Sub-Saharan Africa.
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Abdel works with clients on their strategy and investment planning via data-driven decision-making and market analysis.
Before joining Camber, Abdel led consulting engagements at Accenture, supporting global clients on their digital transformation journey. He began his career building technology systems for optometrists and healthcare clients in the United States. Abdel is also involved in supporting entrepreneurs in Europe and Africa through growth and operational advice.
Abdel holds an MBA from INSEAD and a Master’s in advanced analytics from IMT Atlantique, a top-tier French engineering school. Abdel grew up in Lomé, and he enjoys cooking, playing basketball, and strolling in Paris’s streets to take photographs.
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Public healthcare spending has doubled in sub-Saharan Africa over the last two decades, with the per capita going from $100 in 2000 to $205 in 2018. But, despite this progress, access to primary care remains a challenge for many people.