Feb 22

Innovative Solutions for Healthcare Challenges: Youth-Driven Ventures Transforming Access to Medical Services in Africa

Location
Zoom Webinar
Date(s)
May 23, 2024 from 8:30am (EDT)

The University of Toronto is pleased to invite you to attend the session of the Health in Africa Series, entitled “Innovative Solutions for Healthcare Challenges: Youth Driven Ventures Transforming Access to Medical Services in Africa”.

This session will feature Pauline Gethi, founder of DoctorsLive, and Nomboh Evans Kunchu, founder of Moto, who will share their entrepreneurial journeys and showcase youth-led Health Entrepreneurship Ventures.

DoctorsLive, a Kenyan startup, offers on-demand personalized mental health care, allowing individuals to connect with therapists and access self-care tools via phone or messaging. As they expand, DoctorsLive has forged partnerships with insurance providers and professional associations.

Moto, based in Mauritius, trains taxi drivers in first aid to act as ambulances where traditional services are scarce and untimely. 

Join us to explore these innovative initiatives shaping healthcare in Africa.

 

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