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East Africa Healthcare Federation
Early in May, 2012, healthcare umbrella associations of East African countries met in Kampala, Uganda, to adopt the formation of the East African Health Care Federation (EAHF). The Organisations that agreed to form the EAHF were the Association of Private Health Facilities in Tanzania (APHFTA), the Uganda Healthcare Federation (UHF), the Kenya Health Care Federation (KHF), and the Rwanda private health sector. Burundi and Southern Sudan are expected to join the federation in the near future. The adoption took place at a 3 day private health sector conference organised by the Uganda Healthcare Federation.
The conference attracted private healthcare providers and their associations from Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya, and Rwanda. Also attending the conference were high-level government officials from Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania, led by the heads of Public–Private Partnership in their respective ministries of health. The conference was graced by Uganda’s Ministry of Health Permanent Secretary, the Ministry of Health Director General, and the Minister of Health and Minister for the East African Community. Key regional business leaders in healthcare products manufacturing and service delivery, as well as development partners and academicians, participated in the conference, pledging to support the newly born healthcare federation.With the formation of East African Common Market, the East African private health sector has realised the need to form a federation that will form a common platform to present regional private healthcare issues.
On 7th October 2016, the leaders of the regional private health federations of Africa – East Africa Healthcare Federation (EAHF) and West African Private Healthcare Federation (WAPHF), together with the upcoming Northern, Southern and Central regional federations pledged and reiterated their commitment to form the Africa Healthcare Federation during the inaugural Africa Health Business Symposium in Nairobi, Kenya.
The Africa Healthcare Federation is an independent entity which will serve to unify the five regional private health federations, and advocate, mentor, collaborate and unify the private health sector of Africa so as to ensure the scaling up and strengthening of health systems, spurring greater investments as well as development of affordable, accessible and quality healthcare delivery across the continent.
Ethiopia Private Health Facilities Employers Association was founded in August 2015 and formed by 7 Regional’s Private Health Facilities Association to present and coordinated them on a national level. The main objective of the national association is to act as umbrella organization, bridging government and private sector, Advocate on behalf and represent private health sectors in Ethiopia on policy dialogue platforms, works on alternatives policy idea on matters that directly or indirectly affects private sectors, work towards achieving inclusive and conductive health and other policy environment and strive to increase the institutional and operational capacity of private sectors through capacity building, adviser and advocacy.
Arsho is a brand name of private diagnostic Laboratory practices in Ethiopia. It originated in 1972 in a small individual practice and grows up to internationally accredited big service and name. For the reason that we are people focused and technology driven we are always functioning, changing, and growing providing best quality laboratory service to medical practitioners and their patients for many decades.
At Arsho Advanced Medical Laboratory, we see ourselves as your partner in healthcare provision .we are a professional provider of expertise to support Medical Doctors, healthcare professionals, researchers and patients to determine or confirm medical diagnoses. Our qualified personnel specializing in a wide variety of disciplines work to ensure best quality and quick delivery of medical results.