Applications are now being accepted for HealthTech Hub Africa (HTHA), a hybrid pan-African e-health accelerator program.
The initiative gives business owners a platform to create enduring companies with a big health effect.
HealthTech Hub Africa (HTHA) is a hybrid pan-African health tech accelerator with a physical co-working space in Kigali, Rwanda.
The Patrick J. McGovern Foundation and the Global Fund provided financing for the Novartis Foundation to establish HTHA.
Its goal is to aggressively incorporate innovations into public health systems through collaboration with key government stakeholders.
The accelerator aims to give entrepreneurs a solid foundation on which to grow enduring businesses with major positive effects on health.
Through the hub’s digital platform, all chosen firms will have access to funding and additional advantages worth over USD 1 million.
The money will assist the businesses in testing, refining, validating, integrating, speeding up, and/or scaling their solutions inside public health systems in order to enhance health equity throughout the continent.
Following project completion, the solutions that were successfully integrated into the respective national health systems will be emphasized and given the opportunity to apply for future funding opportunities.
The 10-month accelerator course includes mentoring, coaching, expert masterclasses, pitch practice sessions, community support, networking and pitching opportunities, access to services and media, and funding alternatives.
Applications must be submitted by December 11th.
Go to the website to apply or for more information.