Private sector partners
Hygeia is the largest health maintenance organization in Nigeria.
KMET is a Kenyan non-governmental organization with a social franchise provider network. It is involved with recruitment of facilities and technical services.
Africa Medilink is a dedicated micro-insurance third-party administrator.
AAR is the largest private healthcare company in East Africa.
MicroEnsure is a multi-national microinsurance intermediary.
Heineken, Celtel, Unilever and Shell contributed to the establishment of the Health Insurance Fund through their membership of the Public-Private Partnership working group consisting of the afore-mentioned companies, the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and PharmAccess. They continue to support the Health Insurance Fund through this forum and also provide local support to the program.
PricewaterhouseCoopers International Development has provided advice on the governance structure of the Health Insurance Fund.
PharmAccess Group partners include:
International Finance Corporation (IFC), Marie Stopes International, PSI, Association of Private Health Facilities in Tanzania (APHFTA), Safaricom and the M-PESA Foundation.