Strategic and financial partners
Spark Health Africa grew out of a partnership between the Graduate School of Business (GSB) at the University of Cape Town (UCT) and Johnson & Johnson. This collaboration aimed to fulfil a shared goal to cultivate strong leadership practices in public sector health management teams in order to effect work culture change and ultimately improve health outcomes.
After successfully running multiple programs Spark Health Africa was incorporated in June 2018 as an independent entity. Through Johnson & Johnson’s continued financial support we have continued to take on new projects.
In the past we have also received multi-year funding from the MAC AIDS Fund to support our work in Kenya and South Africa. We have also been a sub-grantee of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) through the TB/HIV Care-led consortium in the Eastern Cape, South Africa.
African governments & implementing Partners
Our key strategic and operational partners are African Ministries of Health which invite us to work with them, and with their implementing partners. We are grateful for past and present collaborations, including
Partner with us
We invite Ministries of Health, NGOs and other entities interested in strengthening healthcare systems to reach out to us to explore the potential for collaborations.
We also invite interested donors to contact us for more information, including our audited financials and funding priorities.
Zimbabwe: +263 78 444 7627 OR South Africa: +27 82 2693 470