Access to health in Africa: Ten African start-ups selected by Sanofi for Viva Technology
The French multinational, Sanofi, a partner of Viva Technology, an international event dedicated to the growth of start-ups, digital transformation and innovation, has selected 10 African start-ups who will be able to present innovative solutions to improve access to health in Africa.
These are Appenberg Digital Publishing (South Africa), Bisa (Ghana), GiftedMom (Cameroon), Infomed Healthcare (Egypt), KEA Medicals (Benin), MedTrucks (Morocco), Otrac (Nigeria), Sagitarix (Kenya) , Vula Mobile (South Africa) and Yapill (Pan Africa), said a statement from Sanofi, noting that the fair to be held from May 24 to 26 in Paris will host for the first time a stand dedicated to innovation in Africa, Afric @ Tech, where African start-ups will be able to put forward their solutions.
As part of Afric @ Tech, last February, Sanofi launched 3 challenges for start-ups working on the African continent to identify the top 10 that are part of this drive to revolutionize health practices in Africa. , the statement said.