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Meet the Founder: Lifebank

LifeBank is a health care technology and logistics company based in Lagos Nigeria. It is a health startup that facilitates the transmission of blood from labs across the country to patients and doctors in the hospitals. LifeBank

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HealthCap Africa’s Q3 Highlights

HealthCap Africa’s Q3 Highlights are here and they’re nothing short of spectacular! From impactful initiatives to our portfolio companies securing additional funding and expanding to new countries, Q3 was definitely a rollercoaster of progress. Check out some

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Meet the founder: Emergency Response Africa

Every year, the lives of millions of Africans are tragically lost due to avoidable fatalities stemming from sudden illnesses, road accidents, and traumatic incidents. Regrettably, formal emergency medical services systems cover less than 9% of the African

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Meet the Founder: Kyshi

In an era where the global economy is rapidly integrating, cross-border transactions remain a persistent challenge for Africans. While the world races ahead, the African continent has often been left trailing behind in terms of financial connectivity.

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HealthCap Africa’s Investment Criteria

HealthCap Africa is committed to supporting and nurturing innovative startups in Africa that align with our core investment criteria. To be eligible for our investment, a startup must meet the following criteria: Checkout our investment portfolio here

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Meet Koniku’s Founder, Oshiorenoya Agabi

As the world grapples with pressing public health challenges, Koniku, a pioneering biotech company, remains a beacon of hope. Founded by Oshiorenoya Agabi in 2017, Koniku’s ultimate goal is to make healthcare accessible to all, empowering people

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Meet The Founders: MDaaS Global

Established in 2016 by its Co-founder and CEO, Oluwasoga Oni, MDaaS is on a mission to facilitate accessible diagnostic and preventive healthcare for the Nigerian population. Initially, this rapidly growing diagnostics firm began as a secondary medical

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