Lafiya Innovators: Home Mobile Nurse

Anthony Ogoe, CEO of Home Mobile Nurse speaks about his start up; how the COVID-19 pandemic impacted his business in 2020 and how the Lafiya Innovators program boosted his company.

Home Mobile Nurse brings health-care directly to patients’ homes, while also increasing employment opportunities for nurses.

Lafiya Innovators is a startup incubation program to support and accelerate early to mid-stage startups addressing challenges around health and determinants of health in lower and middle-income countries.

Lafiya Innovators: Gricd

Oghenetega Lortim the CEO of Gricd speaks about his start up; how the COVID-19 pandemic impacted his business in 2020 and how the Lafiya Innovators program transformed his company.

Gricd is a Lagos-based startup that built a smart cold chain box that could help people, especially health personnel, keep temperature-sensitive commodities (like vaccines; blood) at regulated temperatures during storage and transportation.

Lafiya Innovators is a startup incubation program to support and accelerate early to mid-stage startups addressing challenges around health and determinants of health in lower and middle-income countries.

Lafiya Innovators: Verifie Health Ghana

Alexander Quiasie CEO of Verifie speaks about the start up; how the COVID-19 pandemic impacted his business in 2020 and how the Lafiya Innovators program helped his company.

Verifie is an Accra-based startup that offers sexual health education, testing, counseling and guidance towards receiving the appropriate methods of prevention and/or treatment through interaction via a confidential and convenient app.

Lafiya Innovators is a startup incubation program to support and accelerate early to mid-stage startups addressing challenges around health and determinants of health in lower and middle-income countries.