Hon. Susan Wafula Nakhumicha, Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Health, Kenya
Corporate Africa Health Report 2024

Corporate Africa Partnerships for Prevention and Care Africa Health Report targets an African country and region and then promotes its private and public health and Medicare industry, programs and projects, which investors and the private sector can exploit in win-win private-public partnerships.

  • National and Regional Ministries of Health
  • Life Science Companies and Pharmaceuticals
  • Hospitals, Clinics, Pharmacies, and Medicare centres
  • Regional and International Development Partners
  • Financiers and Funding Agencies
  • Technologists
  • Patients’ Groups, NGO’s, GO’s, 
  • Mayors and Ambassadors
Conferences and Reports Promoting Africa Health & Medicare
Conferences are over three days, next showing in 2024 to include speakers, partners and sponsors
taking part in different activities such as plenary sessions, panel discussions and investor forum.
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Plenary Sessions

Governments promote their health and Medicare programs and projects

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Plenary Sessions
Development Partners

IDOs about their resources and experiences partnering MOHs in Africa

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Investors Forum

Interactive session of business leaders products, solutions and technology to partners Africa’s healthcare sectors

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Table Exhibition

Investors, the public and private sectors promote their  services and intelligence

Business Challenge Diseases in the 21st Century

Partnerships for Prevention and Care Africa Health Reports promotes the state of health and Medicare across Africa, brining focus to capacity building through private public partnerships programs and projects. Corporate Africa is seeking to promote investors seeking to engage opportunities across East Africa’s health and Medicare corporations and industries during 2024. The theme of the project is Private Public Partnerships building capacity in African Health and Medicare Sectors” 

Partnership Opportunities

Corporate Africa in partnership with the Kenya Ministry of Health and the private and public sector is seeking to build healthcare capacity in Kenya, East Africa’s major business centre. Governments of Africa are invited to form private-public-partnerships (PPPs) and engage the skills, resources, know-how, connections, solutions and technology of the private sector to benefit health and Medicare. 

Corporate Africa promotes PPPs that can finance, strengthen, and support growth across national and regional health industries by exploiting the private sector’s abundant resources to combat the spread of diseases including, Malaria, TB, HIV/AIDS, Diabetes, and Cancer.

Conference Next Showing in 2024

Abstracts for oral and poster presentations at the conference should be submitted to the Event Coordinator. As a requirement for acceptance, abstracts should cover proposed thematic areas under “Conference Theme” and set out how they meet the requirements of the event and general interest of participants. It should also describe the contents of the presentation, addressing specific issues and clearly explaining the impact in health and Medicare  

Key Issues

How and to what extent have private-public-partnerships improved and increased capacity in Africa’s health and Medicare industries:

Solutions and technology to combat Diabetes and support national prevention response to HIV/AIDS, TB, and Malaria in East Africa: 

National and regional pandemic preparedness centres (PPCs) and how PPPs could strengthen national and regional healthcare goals: National and regional pandemic plans to prevent and counter future pandemics in Africa’s Regional Economic Communities. 


Sponsoring the VI Partnerships for Prevention and Care Africa Health Conference guarantees your company a place inside the PPPs Investors Forum where you can source and engage new partners from the private and public sectors

We have several sponsorship packages for businesses and organizations of different sizes. They include event partner, speaking opportunities, panel discussions, advertising, solutions presentation, and Investors Forum.


Leaders from the private and public sectors can use the podium to promote relevant technology and solutions for Africa’s health and Medicare industries. Please click below to see “Call for papers” required. You can submit an abstract based upon our guidelines.


Join the table exhibition and exploit the VI Partnerships for Prevention and Care Africa Health Conference to connect with policy makers, and political and corporate leaders controlling solutions and resources across health and Medicare communities of Africa: Promote products and services required for the latest health and Medicare solutions, network with key decision makers and regional players, engage new partners, agents, and distributors; and increase brand awareness and generate new leads and enquiries.

St. Petersburg, Russia - 4 October, 2017.

Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus

Minister of Health
Ethiopia 2011

Beth Mugo

Minister of Health
Kenya 2009

Prof Adenike Grange

Minister of Health
Nigeria 2008

Courage Quashigah

Minister of Health
Ghana 2007

Joseph Kasonde

Minister of Health

Dr. Andrew Suleh

Former Chairman
KMA 2008 - 2012

austin arinze obiefuna

Director of Afro Global Alliance & Vice Chair
Stop TB Partnership


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Official Event Venue
Thika Road,
Nairobi, Kenya
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Villa Rosa Kempinski Nairobi

Chiromo Road
Nairobi, Kenya
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Hotel Fairmont the Norfolk

Harry Thuku Road
Nairobi, Kenya
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Sarova Stanley Hotel

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Kimathi St, Nairobi, Kenya
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The Monarch Hotel

Rose Avenue,
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Kilimani, Nairobi 00100 Kenya
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Ibis Styles - Nairobi, Westlands

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Nairobi Kenya
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Sarova Panafric Nairobi

Bishop Rd,
Nairobi, 30 37813 Kenya
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Radisson Blu Hotel

Upper Hill, Elgon Road,
Nairobi, Kenya
Tel: +254 (0) 709 810 000