Developing sustainable Healthcare in Western Africa 

Western Africa will require 790 new 200-bed hospitals to meet the needs and challenges of a growing population by 2030. This will require an investment of $39.5 billion.

Western Africa consists has a population of over 401 million. Using its forecasting tool, ABiQ predicts the population will grow by 28% and will cross 514 million by 2030. This growth in population will result in a demand for sustainable healthcare infrastructure in Western Africa.

Healthcare infrastructure in West Africa

The region faces a number of challenges including a lack of funds and poor healthcare infrastructure. To deal with pandemics such as the recent COVID-19 and Ebola outbreaks, Western Africa will need serious commitment and funding to develop a sustainable Healthcare Infrastructure.

African business intelligence providers ABiQ predicts the region will require 790 new 200-bed hospitals to meet the needs and challenges of a growing population over a period of 10 years. This will require an investment of $39.5 billion.

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Country Percent of GDP
Benin 3.72
Burkina Faso 6.92
Cote d’Ivoire 4.45
Gambia, The 3.28
Ghana 3.26
Guinea 4.12
Guinea-Bissau 7.24
Liberia 8.16
Mali 3.79
Niger 7.74
Nigeria 3.76
Senegal 4.13
Sierra Leone 13.42
Togo 6.2

 

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