South Sudan’s Private Pharmaceuticals Promise Service Delivery Other Than Profit   

By John Agok

Six companies providing pharmaceutical services in South Sudan under one Indian company brand called Beacon in health partnership service have promised to concentrate more on service delivery other than profit intensification.

Mr. Chirag Joshi the CEO of the company on Tuesday while launching its products stated that Beacon which has now stayed for sometimes in South Sudan market and all its cohorts including Star Pharmaceutical will continue to deliver services other than maximizing profits at the expense of beneficiaries.

“I am glad today to witness the launching of two years of partnership with the theme: The Next …An interactive session for the launch of your products, this means, we have started and we should prioritize service delivery to our beneficiaries rather than maximizing profit at their expense ,” he said.

He revealed that, they are facing a huge challenge of multiple taxations and urged the government to neutralise the multiple taxes put on medical supplies so that the products are made cheap and affordable to all nationals.

“There are challenges especially of multiple taxation and the government should improve it, so that, the prices of healthcare services are made affordable to all people,” he continued.

Joshi applauded the speedy partnership that they sealed in a short period and assured people of South Sudan of best health service that meet international standard.

“Beacon is up globally and is rendering health services which meet international standard. We export and import drugs across the world”, he added.

Star Pharmaceuticals is an Ethiopian Company established in the Country since 2011 and has become the first to partner with Beacon which is an Indian based company operating over 80 Countries globally.

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