For the 33 million members of the African diaspora who support 120 million people in their home countries, making sure family members back home are properly cared for is a cause of great concern. Only a small proportion of the money they regularly send is actually converted into healthcare for their loved ones.
Across the continent, population growth, extended lifespans, urbanisation and inflation have had an impact on African lifestyles and households. This has resulted in a sharp rise in chronic diseases such as diabetes and hypertension, leaving the medical system completely overwhelmed
Today, both everyday and emergency healthcare services are under pressure. The African healthcare system is currently entirely reactive and fraught with frustrations: there aren’t enough specialists, fake medicine is prevalent, insurance penetration is less than 5 percent, and technology has not been fully embraced by healthcare professionals. As African populations age, the need for a solution becomes more pressing.
We believe we have found that solution.Through a combination of high quality, personalised medical services, and insurance cover, we are committed to providing the African diaspora with peace of mind by offering a healthier life for their loved ones.