Ethiopian health tech YeneHealth raises Pre-Seed funding to bridge the healthcare gap in Africa
Ethiopian health-tech startup YeneHealth has raised Pre-Seed funding to bridge the healthcare gap in Africa.
YeneHealth’s latest funding round was led by African VC and Jaza Rift Ventures, a leading health-tech-focused venture capital firm.
Founded in 2021, the company is committed to unlocking the digital door of healthcare services for African women of reproductive age.’
YeneHealth’s web and mobile application is designed to provide African women of reproductive age with confidential and comprehensive access to sexual and reproductive healthcare services.
The platform offers a range of features, including health information, telehealth services with verified providers, an e-pharmacy service with discreet delivery, and personalized tools such as period tracking and medication monitoring.
The latest round of investment will accelerate YeneHealth’s role as a frontrunner in the femtech space on the continent.
The funds will be utilized to expand the platform’s reach, enhance product development, and establish strategic partnerships, ultimately enabling YeneHealth to build on the foundation needed to serve the more than 280 million women of reproductive age across Africa.
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