Health & Education
From The Report: Nigeria 2023
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Although Nigeria’s growing population poses a number of challenges to the provision of health care, the sector’s longer-term investment prospects remain promising, as the Covid-19 pandemic created more opportunities for private sector innovation. Moreover, further reforms and greater government spending on health care have the potential to create significant positive outcomes. As for education, demand is expected to continue to outpace supply, and a lack of resources could impact mobility opportunities for the country’s young, growing population. Despite inadequate funding in Nigeria’s public schools, new educational institutions are entering the market to provide critical skills in science, technology, engineering and maths, providing students with the skills needed to contribute to the country’s development.

This chapter contains an interview with Pieter Slabberts, Managing Director, Eurapharma Care Services.