On Building an African Market Access Network - A Conversation with Olawale Ajose
Narratives of PurposeOctober 25, 2021
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On Building an African Market Access Network - A Conversation with Olawale Ajose

This new episode features Olawale Ajose. He is managing partner at Market Access Africa, a health care consulting firm based in Geneva, Switzerland, focusing on sub-saharan Africa. In this discussion, Wale talks about his journey in Global Health, supporting low and middle income countries. He also shares how his firm helps companies, organizations in the public sector and private sector, as well as his personal view on the future of healthcare on the African continent. Listen to his story.

 

Show Notes

At the end of the show, the guests share a sneak preview into their favourite music or books by answering the same set of questions. Here are the links to Wale’s answers. The artist he often listens to is 2Pac. The book he highly recommends is The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson.

If you want to follow Wale on social media, you can find him on LinkedIn.

Here are some additional useful links. You can learn more about the organisations Wale mentioned in the conversation on their respective websites: Clinton Health Access Initiative, Unitaid, DNDi (Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative) and The Global Fund. In case you wish to have more information on Market Access Africa, you can visit their website or follow them on LinkedIn.