12-14 Oct, 2021 | Diamond Jubilee Hall, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

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200+ EXHIBITORS

FROM ACROSS THE GLOBE

8,000+ VISITORS

FROM TANZANIA & EAST AFRICA

10+ COUNTRIES

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East Africa Pharma Healthcare Show (EAPHC)
EAPHC Show is an International Medical Pharmaceutical & Healthcare Industry trade fair in Tanzania. The event will bring together the manufacturers, wholesalers, dealers and distributors of the medical diagnostic pharmaceutical industry, hospitals and influential decision-makers in the East African region in Tanzania.

As the first ever health business event/forum that bringing together the key decision makers and captains of the health industry, the exhibition is a must attend global event in the healthcare calendar and offers an ideal environment for companies to showcase their products in one of the fastest growing and most lucrative healthcare markets in the world.

East Africa Pharma Healthcare Show is expecting 200+ exhibitor this edition with over 8000 visitors from pharmaceutical medical and healthcare industry community from Tanzania & East Africa, and over 100 hosted buyers/ partners from the sector at Diamond Jubilee Exhibition Hall, Dar es Salaam Tanzania from 12-14 Oct, 2021.

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East Africa mainly comprise of 6 countries Tanzania, Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, and Uganda, with an estimated population of 184mn in 2017, as per UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs, 2017.
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East African regional pharmaceutical plan 2017-27 aims at expanding the domestic production to meet its demand for the population and emphasis on sourcing 50% of domestic production.
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Tanzania health spending is expected to touch $3.9Bn in 2021 (about 40% jump from 2017) and pharma sector has been among the promising industry sector in Tanzania. At present the country has 14 registered pharmaceutical industries, still 89% of the demand is met through imports.
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Of 5072 public primary health care facilities (518 are Health Centres and 4554 are Dispensaries), the majority (46%) had a physical status of A (good state), 33% (1693) had physical status of B (minor renovation needed) and the remaining facilities had physical status of C up to F (needing major renovation).
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100% medical equipment demand in Tanzania and East Africa met through imports. Tanzania alone imported $400mn worth medical equipment and devices in 2017. With growing Healthcare spending and renovation & upgradation of healthcare centers, the demand for medical equipment and devises are expected to rise further.
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Only 115 Health Centres (22.2%) were offering the CEMONC services, of which about 20% were offering the CEMONC services with all 9 - signal functions and only 17.4% had facilities that are offering safe blood transfusion services.
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