Africa Health Holdings, a healthcare start-up in charge of numerous hospitals’ operations, has received $18 million in the company’s first funding round.
Asia Pacific Land and Natural World Limited is spearheading the investment round. Investors such as Breyer Capital, M3, Valiant Capital, Kepple Ventures, and SUNU Capital participated in the round.
Founded in Ghana, Africa Health Holdings is expanding its telemedicine services to other nations in West Africa, including Nigeria and Kenya. According to Sangu Delle, CEO of the start-up company, he has corroborated this information.
MyCareMobile is the name of the startup’s mobile app. According to reports, the app will give its users (patients) access to a wide range of services, including teleconference consultations with their doctors. Furthermore, patients can access their test results and receive emergency assistance at any time with this start-help. up’s
Sangu Delle, the CEO of the company, is a World Economic Forum Global Leader and a Harvard and Oxford alumnus. Additionally, he served as CEO of Golden Palm Investments, an investment holding firm with a specific focus on early-stage possibilities in Africa.
For Delle, Africa Health Holdings was formed to address the continent’s disproportionate share of the global disease burden. As the COVID pandemic has increased the demand for virtual consultations, he has accelerated his plans for telemedicine as a result. Around 200,000 patients a year utilize the platform to be referred to and treated by his company.
The new funding will be used to expand the company’s “technologically advanced healthcare system” in Ghana, Kenya, and Nigeria.