MAKING A DIFFERENCE IN AFRICA
A Wide Range of Quality Products
Nutraceutical (Medicinal Mushrooms) products for a wide variety of ailments. An ideal organic and alternative solution for the African market.
We offer a wide range of nutritional supplements such as Bamboo Silica, along with a good number of quality approved nutraceutal non-medicinal mushrooms.
Over The Counter (OTC) Drugs. We offer a selection of drugs such as Ibuprofen, Folic acid, and Vitamin products that are needed in Africa.
Through our efficient and locally approved procuremnt standards, we are able to deliver much needed prescription medication to the African market.
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Orders can be placed online or by e-mail by submitting a completed order form giving the required quantities of items. All items exported by us are approved for sale within the USA and all items are shipped in the original manufacturer's unopened containers in order to preserve quality. All shipped products have the best available expiration date and it is ensured that every package complies with international laws, as well as the regulations of the importing country.
The four strategic objectives of BGI Pharma's procurement process include:
After visiting our different products pages, simply go to our contact page and fill out our contact form in order for a representative to get in touch with you. We will establish your interet and begin the process of fulfilling your desired order of products. contact us
Good health is wealth. Besides the fact that there's an intrinsic value of health that is a human right, the economic case for investing in healthcare is robust. Experts agree that improved healthcare in Africa is essential for sustainable development. Healthier citizens are more productive, earn more, consume more, work longer, all of which have a positive impact on the Gross Domestic Product of a country. Better health also reduces the financial cost of healthcare for the family, the community, the private sector and the government.BGiL Klinika
According to consultancy firm – McKinsey, by 2016 the market for health care in Sub-Saharan Africa will be worth $35 billion, however a skills shortage is constraining it since the continent is reckoned to host a quarter of the world's disease burden but only has 3% of its medical workforce. The World Bank reckons an additional 90,000 doctors and 500,000 nurses will be needed in the next few years. The private sector has a positive role to play within the broader context of Sub-Saharan African countries health care systems by expanding access and improving quality and efficiency.BGiL Klinika