Nigerian healthtech Clafiya raises $610,000 in funding to reimagine healthcare delivery in Africa
Clafiya, a Nigerian health-tech startup, has secured $610,000 in a pre-seed funding round to further its mission of transforming healthcare access and services across Africa.
The funding round attracted participation from Norrsken Accelerator, Acquired Wisdom Fund (AWF), Hustle Fund, Voltron Capital, Microtraction, Ajim Capital, HoaQ, Bold Angel Fund, Shivdasani Family and other angel investors.
Launched in 2021, Clafiya aims to bridge the gap between patients and healthcare providers through its innovative platform.
The startup is on a mission to enhance healthcare accessibility and affordability in Africa through its comprehensive digital platform that aims to streamline communication and services between healthcare providers, patients, and other stakeholders in the healthcare ecosystem.
The platform offers features such as telemedicine consultations, online appointment scheduling, medical records management, and medication delivery services.
By leveraging technology, Clafiya aims to make healthcare services more convenient and efficient, especially for patients in remote or underserved areas.
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