Medical aid funds find fertile ground in Botswana’s young market

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The average age of beneficiaries in Botswana is relatively young (about 29 years) compared with South Africa, where the average medical aid member age is approximately 32 years. Picture: iStock/ Jittawit.21
The average age of beneficiaries in Botswana is relatively young (about 29 years) compared with South Africa, where the average medical aid member age is approximately 32 years. Picture: iStock/ Jittawit.21

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Prepared by the Board of Healthcare Funders (BHF) – a representative body for the continent’s healthcare funding industry – the report details the medical schemes landscape in Botswana. It measures the growth of medical aid funds in the country in respect of membership and financial performance.

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