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AFFORDABLE HEALTHCARE - A KEY TO AFRICA'S FUTURE. ‘If the people of Africa don’t have access to affordable healthcare, there’s no point in promoting a broader development agenda on the continent’…wise words from a delegate at a recent conference on Africa’s future. In this story, IT’S AFRICA’S TIME travels to Angola to explore how the private sector can do great business while transforming the healthcare landscape of a nation through the sustainable provision of affordable medicines.
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Mothers waiting for checkups and medicines at Santa Maria Clinic in Luanda 2

IT’S AFRICA’S TIME is a partnership between the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Regency Foundation Networx (RFN) to promote and encourage the adoption of the ‘inclusive business’ model as a component of corporate growth strategy in Africa.

Baby at Santa Maria Clinic in Luanda

IT’S AFRICA’S TIME is a partnership between the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Regency Foundation Networx (RFN) to promote and encourage the adoption of the ‘inclusive business’ model as a component of corporate growth strategy in Africa.

Dr Matuba Felipe's wife and grandchildren

IT’S AFRICA’S TIME is a partnership between the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Regency Foundation Networx (RFN) to promote and encourage the adoption of the ‘inclusive business’ model as a component of corporate growth strategy in Africa.

Shalina Healthcare - Full Story. In Angola, where our story is based, much still needs to be done to rebuild a medical infrastructure & to supply much needed, non-counterfeit, affordable medicines to its people. Join us as we meet a leading Angolan doctor & medical thought leader, a young mother, a nun at a mission clinic, a Shalina employee & Shalina executives to see how WHO standard affordable medicines are impacting each of their lives, the communities around them and the country as a…

'It's Africa's Time' Season 3 - Shalina Healthcare Full Story

Vignette - Shalina and The Josina Machel Hospital. Access to affordable medicine has always been a challenge in Angola. Shalina Healthcare helps address this need, supplying WHO approved medicines to Luanda's Josina Machel Hospital.

Vignette - Shalina and The Josina Machel Hospital. Access to affordable medicine has always been a challenge in Angola. Shalina Healthcare helps address this need, supplying WHO approved medicines to Luanda's Josina Machel Hospital.

Vignette - Shalina and The Santa Maria Mother and Child Centre. Shalina Healthcare supplies affordable medicines to health facilities across Angola, like the Santa Maria Mother and Child Centre in Luanda.

Vignette - Shalina and The Santa Maria Mother and Child Centre. Shalina Healthcare supplies affordable medicines to health facilities across Angola, like the Santa Maria Mother and Child Centre in Luanda.

Vignette - Shalina and Affordable Medicines. Shalina Healthcare, a pharmaceutical company focused on Africa, produces high quality, generic, affordable WHO accredited medicines. The affordable medicines Shalina supplies to hospitals, clinics and pharmacies reach 90% of Angola, reaching those who need the medicines the most.

Shalina Healthcare, a pharmaceutical company focused on Africa, produces high quality, generic, affordable WHO accredited medicines. The affordable medicines Shalina…

Brother and sister team, Abbas and Shalina Virji, Co-CEOs of Shalina Healthcare, a company based in Dubai and Africa 3

IT’S AFRICA’S TIME is a partnership between the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Regency Foundation Networx (RFN) to promote and encourage the adoption of the ‘inclusive business’ model as a component of corporate growth strategy in Africa.

Abbas Virji, Co-CEO of Shalina Healthcare, serves customers at one of the Shalina depots in Luanda, Angola 2

IT’S AFRICA’S TIME is a partnership between the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Regency Foundation Networx (RFN) to promote and encourage the adoption of the ‘inclusive business’ model as a component of corporate growth strategy in Africa.

Baby of one of the women featured in our film 2

IT’S AFRICA’S TIME is a partnership between the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Regency Foundation Networx (RFN) to promote and encourage the adoption of the ‘inclusive business’ model as a component of corporate growth strategy in Africa.

Brother and sister team, Abbas and Shalina Virji, Co-CEOs of Shalina Healthcare, a company based in Dubai and Africa 1

IT’S AFRICA’S TIME is a partnership between the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Regency Foundation Networx (RFN) to promote and encourage the adoption of the ‘inclusive business’ model as a component of corporate growth strategy in Africa.

Angolan Duarte da Conceicao, Shalina Marketing Representative, who has climbed the ranks of the company over the past 13 years 2

IT’S AFRICA’S TIME is a partnership between the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Regency Foundation Networx (RFN) to promote and encourage the adoption of the ‘inclusive business’ model as a component of corporate growth strategy in Africa.

Abbas Virji, Co-CEO of Shalina Healthcare, serves customers at one of the Shalina depots in Luanda, Angola 1

IT’S AFRICA’S TIME is a partnership between the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Regency Foundation Networx (RFN) to promote and encourage the adoption of the ‘inclusive business’ model as a component of corporate growth strategy in Africa.

Cameraman, Jasyn Howes, films Shalina Marketing Representative, Duarte da Conceicao

IT’S AFRICA’S TIME is a partnership between the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Regency Foundation Networx (RFN) to promote and encourage the adoption of the ‘inclusive business’ model as a component of corporate growth strategy in Africa.

Brother and sister team, Abbas and Shalina Virji, Co-CEOs of Shalina Healthcare, check stock at one of their Luanda depots

IT’S AFRICA’S TIME is a partnership between the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Regency Foundation Networx (RFN) to promote and encourage the adoption of the ‘inclusive business’ model as a component of corporate growth strategy in Africa.

Dr Matuba Felipe (L), with show host, Lisa Chait, and a Shalina Healthcare representative at Josina Machel Public Hospital, Luanda

IT’S AFRICA’S TIME is a partnership between the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Regency Foundation Networx (RFN) to promote and encourage the adoption of the ‘inclusive business’ model as a component of corporate growth strategy in Africa.

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