Novo Nordisk Middle Africa

Working in Middle Africa


Facts & figures

Novo Nordisk Middle Africa was established in early 2012 and is comprised of 49 countries across sub-Saharan Africa. We employ more than 100 people across 17 different countries working in a wide range of functions. The affiliate is headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya where the Management Team is based with another regional office in Lagos, Nigeria where we have an extended back office support team.


A responsible culture 

In Middle Africa, we aim at long term business sustainability and value creation by striving to conduct our activities in a financially, environmentally and socially responsible way. We also aim at providing a healthy and engaging environment for our employees. All this makes for a responsible culture in every sense. 


Making a difference 

In Middle Africa, we take a patient centred business approach which is reflected in the initiatives and activities we undertake to ensure that we improve access to care for the most vulnerable populations living in the low and middle income countries of Africa. We work in partnership with Governments, Ministries of Health, Patient Associations and other external partners to develop scalable and sustainable solutions that improve access to care. Working in Middle Africa is not just a way to make a living, but a way to positively impact the lives of hundreds of thousands of patients across Africa. 


A successful company

At Novo Nordisk Middle Africa, you’re a part of a highly engaged and motivated team that is committed to changing diabetes and ensuring the best possible quality of life for patients across Africa. Our success is due to our commitment to patients, people and products. 


My opportunities

At Novo Nordisk Middle Africa, we use our skills, dedication and ambition to help people with diabetes. We offer the chance to experience a truly life changing career by being part of a truly global work place, where passion and engagement are met with opportunities for professional and personal development.