Dear Friends and Colleagues,

The second quarter of 2021 has been an extremely busy season for Anadach - working with old and new clients in several countries and continents. Collaborating with partners including several multi-national companies during the most serious pandemic in recent history, has allowed us to observe and identify new trends during an extraordinary disruption of the healthcare space and economies in many countries. We have been fortunate, working with our partners, to be able to contribute innovative ideas and solutions as we all work together on controlling this pandemic.

In these times, we would like to hear from you if you are based in any African country and have been able to get a COVID-19 vaccine.
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Given the increased focus on healthcare, and subsequent increased public and private financing, do feel free to reach out to discuss innovative options or approaches to improving access to quality healthcare through interventions across the health space including pharmaceuticals, technology, financing and delivery. We are also excited about the launch of the new AfCTA, and the potential opportunities for business in Africa. Do feel to reach out us to discuss implications for your business.

Our busy schedule has continued into this quarter, which promises to be as busy. As usual we will be co-hosting several events with different partners. We are hosting/partnering on these events as we believe it is an excellent way to network with industry peers, develop new relationships and collaborate on common goals as we move to a world where COVID is under control through out the globe. We look forward to seeing you!

The Anadach Team



August 18th 3.00 - 4.00 pm (WAT)

The Amoke Foundation is a charitable non-profit organization set up in memory of Dr. Yemisi Adetunji-Badejo, who passed away due to complications from sickle cell disease (SCD). She dedicated her life to helping others, and our charity is passionate about continuing that drive by focusing on improving the livelihood of those living with the hereditary blood disorder SCD.


Sickle cell disease is a public health priority and a neglected health problem in sub-Saharan Africa, which carries approximately 80% of the global disease burden. The disease takes a heavy toll on children: it is estimated that approximately 1000 children in Africa are born with sickle cell disease every day and more than half will die before they reach the age of five.

Amoke Foundation's aim is to develop a network of Pain Management Hubs (PMH) by collaborating with teaching hospitals and bio-pharmaceuticals to improve awareness of new treatment and protocols. Patients with sickle cell will be able to attend the day clinic and access the services provided at zero cost to them. The Foundation will also sponsor training and education of specialist SCD care nurses and other related healthcare workers.

The first of these hubs in Sub-Saharan Africa is located in University College Hospital, UCH, Ibadan, Oyo state. 

This Launch's agenda, participants list and speaker profile are available on

Virtual Launch registration: Please register by clicking link. Thank you.



The rapid development of COVID-19, within a year of the start of the epidemic has led to, what is likely to become, the largest and fastest vaccination campaign in history. As some African countries have started their own COVID-19 vaccination programs, we would like to hear from you if you are based in any African country! Have you been able to get a COVID-19 vaccine? What has your experience been like? This input could be helpful as countries design or refine their COVID19 vaccination strategies. All input is anonymous, and individuals cannot be identified.

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The USAID/Nigeria Tuberculosis Local Organization Network (TB-LON 3) project seeks to rapidly find and treat people infected with tuberculosis.

USAID TB-LON 3 Project

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), Nigeria has the highest TB burden in Africa, ranking sixth globally. In 2018, 24% (106,533) from the estimated 429,000 TB cases, were reported from Nigeria. This counts as about 440,000 people each year.

The challenges of TB response vary from poor coverage of screening, diagnostic & treatment services – with less than 30% of health facilities available. Despite these number of cases, only 1 in 4 people with TB are diagnosed in Nigeria.Therefore, it is critical to rapidly make appropriate intervention.

TB and the Workplace
A 45% increase in absenteeism and 10% decline in productivity is expected from a business that does not prioritize the health of its employees. With the existing structures in the workplace, onsite clinics and communication systems can be fully explored to uniquely address the control of TB.
Anadach Group, is implementing the Private Sector component of this project, with the Institute of Human Virology Nigeria (IHVN) in Lagos, Ogun, Oyo and Osun States; with a focus on increasing participation of the organized private sector in order to expand demand, access, strengthen and improve financing of TB services in Nigeria. This is being implemented via 2 objectives:
1. To mobilize the organized private sector to support early TB detection, prevention and treatment
2. To build capacity for staff screening and detection by occupational
Physicians, health and safety officers and human resources officers in firms.

Selected Testimonies from participants in the advocacy and training sessions
“I never knew TB was still a serious health challenge in Nigeria until we had the advocacy session with you Anadach team. Thank you for what you do” …. JNC International
We’ll like to express our profound appreciation for the impactful training course we had and hope to be better advocates of health especially in terms of creating awareness for tuberculosis __ Leadway Health.

Some Selected Partners so far on addressing the Nigerian TB challenge....
If you are interested in the training or would like further information on the project, please contact: Dr. Olubunmi Ogbodu at [email protected].

Anadach is Recruiting on Behalf of Clients

1.A healthcare advocacy coalition organization has vacancy for the post of Executive Secretary/Chief Executive Officer. Job location is Lagos.

2.Our client is a global healthcare strategic consulting firm focused on providing innovative advice and creating solutions to major challenges facing healthcare organizations. As a result of expansion and strategic initiatives aimed at delivering increased value to our clients, career opportunities exist for high performing professionals that can contribute in a rapidly growing organization.
Positions currently available: Administrative Officer. Job location is Lagos.

Interested candidates should send application to

Job descriptions are available at

Nigeria Healthcare and Excellence Awards 2021, 25 June 2021: The 7th edition of the annual Nigerian Healthcare Excellence Award 2021 was held on Friday, 25th June 2021 at the prestigious Eko Hotels & Suite, in Victoria Island, Lagos.

The Nigerian Healthcare Excellence Awards is an initiative of Global Health Projects & Resources, in collaboration with Anadach Group. The Award is an annual event that is aimed at celebrating individuals and organisations who have contributed to the development of the healthcare sector through innovative, efficient and qualitative healthcare delivery services that have significantly impacted the health and wellbeing of the citizens.

The event was graced by healthcare stakeholders, medical practitioners, leaders from private and public organisations, policy markers and dignitaries from affiliate sectors.

Some of the awardees include Prof. Akin Abayomi, the Honourable Commissioner of Health, Lagos State. He received the Most Outstanding Covid-19 State Health Commissioner of The Year Award 2021. Major General Aderonke Kale won the NHEA 2021 Lifetime Achievement Award.

The complete winners' list is available at

Global Covid-19 Vaccine Deployment: Private Investment Trends in Africa — Invest Africa, 15 July 2021: Dr. Egbe Osifo-Dawodu, co-founder of Anadach Group, joined this important conversation on current healthcare investment trends and investment opportunities for private players, particularly within the context of the ongoing COVID-19 vaccine rollouts. This event was co-led by the African Private Equity and Venture Capital Association (AVCA), and Invest Africa Ltd. Please check event details at

HFN Webinar on the African Continental Free Trade Area: Implications and Opportunities for the Private Healthcare Sector, 29 July 2021: Dr. Egbe Osifo-Dawodu, co-founder of Anadach Group, was a panelist during this interesting webinar organized by the Health Federation of Nigeria (HFN) where she will provided insight into why the newly launched AfCFTA agreement is important, and how private healthcare sector players can ready themselves to take advantage of a ‘single-market Africa’. If you would like to discuss with us, how you can better prepare for launch AfCFTA, please reach out.