AfHEA’s HistoryAfHEA was formally launched in March 2009 following a series of consultative processes, meetings and partnerships and through a legacy of volunteerism and sacrifices
AfHEA’s Mission and ObjectivesOur mission in simple terms is to improve health outcomes for Africans through the use of health economics and policy analysis
AfHEA’s ResultsAfHEA Offers technical expertise on Critical Health Economics, Financing & Policy Topics
State of Africa’s Health System ReportRead our reports on Access, Equity, Health Insurance, Quality, Policy and Initiatives on UHC and beyond!
AfHEA Annual ReportOur Annual Report highlights the results we have achieved towards UHC 2030 year on year and reports given the efficient use of our finances
Audited Annual Financial ReportsAfHEA's audited annual financial reports from 2014 to 2021
For over a decade, AfHEA has worked to support the improvement of health outcomes in Africa, especially for the poor and vulnerable. AfHEA has achieved this in addition to promoting capacity building for its members, despite the myriad of challenges plaguing the continent of Africa in terms of resources.
The African Health Economics and Policy Association (AfHEA) is a bilingual (English and French) non-political and non profit-making association inaugurated in March 2009 with headquarters in Accra, Ghana. The overall mission of AfHEA is to contribute to the promotion and strengthening of the use of health economics and health policy analysis in achieving equitable and efficient health systems and improved health outcomes in Africa, especially for the most vulnerable populations.
Its membership includes over 350 individual members comprising health economics, financing and policy experts from African countries residing within and outside the continent and 7 institutional members.
To contribute to the promotion and strengthening of the use of health economics and health policy analysis in achieving equitable and efficient health systems and improved health outcomes in Africa, especially for the most vulnerable populations
Better and equitable health for Africans through better policies and efficient use of resources