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Ivorian Healthtech Startup Susu Secures $4.8 Million for Healthcare Expansion in Africa

Susu, an Ivorian health-tech startup, has secured a significant $4.8 million investment to broaden its healthcare services across the continent.

This funding round, led by a consortium of renowned investors, including INCO Ventures, Al Mada Ventures, Janngo Capital, and Open CNP, will fuel Susu’s mission to revolutionize healthcare access in Francophone Africa.

Founded in 2019, Susu tackles the critical challenge of bridging the healthcare gap in Africa, where rapid population growth coincides with a rise in chronic diseases like diabetes and hypertension.

Their innovative solution lies in a comprehensive digital platform connecting beneficiaries, medical providers, financial contributors, and internal teams.

This 360° approach, coupled with partnerships with top healthcare providers, ensures a high-quality medical network at the fingertips of users.

Susu’s unique offerings extend beyond traditional healthcare.

They provide both local and international health insurance coverage alongside tailor-made “health bundles” catering to specific needs.

Importantly, the startup leverages innovative financing models, enabling third-party contributions from the African diaspora, relatives, employers, and even charities.

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