There have been countless occasions where Africa has pushed its nations to reduce dependencies ever since the continent’s quest to become self-sufficient and self-reliant came into play. The same is the case with strengthening its Medical, Pharma & Healthcare sector and lessening dependence on other regions. To support the cause and create a commercial networking hub for all the major stakeholders – TAB group (the Organizers) are coming with their latest event – the Africa Medical Healthcare and Pharmaceutical Expo set to take place on 14th & 15th March 2023 at Federal Palace in Lagos, Nigeria.
With the support of organizations like The Nigerian Export Promotion Council (NEPC), The National Association of Government General Medical and Dental Practitioners (Ogun State), The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), The Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN), The Association of Industrial Pharmacists of Nigeria (NAIP), Community Health Practitioners Registration Board of Nigeria, The West African Institute of Public Health (WAIPH) – this show is going to bring all parts of Pharmaceuticals, Medical Equipment & Services, Medical Technology and Software, Hospital Development & Healthcare Consulting sector together so that new partnerships can be created, new ideas can be forged, best practices can be shared, and business can ultimately be done in a single place – across two very exciting days in Nigeria.
Mohhamad Talha Sarwar – Project Manager AMHE 2023 says “Africa is a potential region with various healthcare reforms taking place in Nigeria. Pharmaceutical manufacturing sector of Nigeria has remained focused on the growth and expansion of drug manufacturing within the country. The sector has invested $300 billion in machinery and quality upgrades as a way to end drug importation. The country’s unprecedented and technology-driven healthcare reforms and investments to prepare for this population growth and reverse the dominant record of dependency are creating an outstanding foundation for company expansion .”
“Africa, despite being rich in resources, lacks efficient manufacturing units and technologies – creating exceptional opportunities for global companies to leverage, understand the gap and commercially tap the expansive prospects by bringing in their expertise in the region.
Our goal is to bring all the healthcare and pharma ecosystem under one roof so that they collaborate, network, and talk business. Since Nigeria is providing a gateway to most recent developments, we have chosen it to be a perfect spot to host the show there. ” he added.