Tekedia Capital is happy to congratulate our portfolio healthtech company, LaFiya TeleHealth, for signing a partnership with Mastercard to deliver healthcare services to students and professionals around the world. With this partnership, branded Lafiya health cards are given to the members and using that, they can pay for only health services. Members fund these cards via another portfolio fintech (announcement coming) which offers multi-currency financial support.
This fintech will also provide loans to enable people access healthcare services even when they do not have funds.
Lafiya makes affordable medical devices which support telehealth services. In Nigeria, GTBank offers affordable financing for healthcare centers that need support to buy the equipment.
We invite you to Tekedia Capital Open Session which is scheduled as follows: July 17 2021, 4-5pm WAT. Go here to connect.
Startups looking for funds, come and understand our process and what we look for to invest. Global citizens with a min of $10,000 to invest, come and understand how we find winners; we want your partnership.
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