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Daily Digest, Tuesday 16 November 2021

Funding In Northern Africa

Moroccan B2B Marketplace, Sle3ti, Baggs US$3.2mn Seed Round From Richbond Group

Sle3ti will be able to expedite its rollout across Morocco’s regions and provide high added value services to merchants and its FMCG partners as a result of this investment. Read more

Funding In Western Africa

Ghana Telemedicine Startup, Africa Health Holdings, US$18mn Series A Funding Round For Regional Expansion

As more individuals throughout the continent become connected, the company plans to expand its portfolio beyond in-person meetings and allow electronic follow-ups using its mobile app. Read more

Nigerian e-health startup, DrugStoc, lands US$4.4mn Series A funding

The duo founded their first company, Integra Health, which was initially contracted to manage 20 hospitals, and during which time the gaps in Nigeria’s pharmaceutical supply chains became apparent. Read more

Funding In Eastern Africa

Rwanda’s health-tech startup, VIEBEG Technologies, secures US$1mn funding round to improve its services across Africa

VIEBEG leverages artificial intelligence to enhance medical provision to users, allowing healthcare providers to acquire autonomously, transparently, and efficiently using the platform. Read more

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