To increase access to quality affordable medication and health care services through technology and advocacy.
By 2030, at least 20 million Africans currently excluded from the health care system will have access to affordable quality medicines and health services through DiaspoCare.
DiaspoCare,founded in 2020, is the brainchild of a group of Africans living in the United States who are concerned about their powerlessness over the persistent diversion of the funds they sent back home for health care of loved ones and about the associated dire consequences, particularly for chronic disease sufferers.
The lack of access to quality medication and healthcare services was the other core reason DiaspoCare was founded. This is a major challenge in Africa, where counterfeit medicines permeate the supply chain and patients incur huge costs in importing rare medication.
Africans living in the diaspora as well as the ones living away from their loved ones, have the moral obligation to support and care for them. How? By paying for their loved ones’ medical care. The DiaspoCare team understands that good health is essential to live a high quality life; and peace of mind is a necessity for anyone caring for their family.
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How DiaspoCare Delivers on its Promises
Partnerships are a crucial pillar in DiaspoCare’s strategy.
Led by the commitment to ensure our clients receive holistic and innovative medical care, DiaspoCare’s partnership network is driven by the nature of DiaspoCare’s work, the environment of its operations, and its health care cost-reduction goals.
These partners include:
- Clinicians & healthcare specialists
- Insurance companies
- Diaspora and local communities
Through the DiaspoCare app, the African diaspora and individuals living away from their loved ones can connect with the pharmacists and clinicians who look after their loved ones back home, enabling them to pay for the services directly.
We continue to leverage technology to deliver effective and seamless healthcare solutions that:
- Are of high quality and standard
- Are Affordable and Cost-effective
- Are Built for the Africans to address core health issues
- Include the uninsured or under-insured populations