Kenyan Startup Ziada helps Kenyan informal sector service providers find more jobs

Launched as Kazi in 2017, when the market was quite young, Kenyan startup Ziada returned after hiatus in 2021, and swiftly saw swift uptake of its platform, which helps informal sector service providers access more work opportunities.

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Ivorian healthtech startup Susu has $1M to scale its family-centric insurance product across Africa

March 3, 2022

As more Africans now suffer from chronic diseases such as diabetes and hypertension, the need for more access to quality healthcare due to the ill-equipped nature of hospitals and lack of insurance, is critical, now more than ever. Healthtech startups across Africa, such as Ivory Coast- and French-based Susu are stepping up to fill this need. And in a bid to continue providing affordable and accessible healthcare for its customers in Ivory Coast, Senegal and Cameroon, the Ivorian startup is being backed with $1 million in pre-seed funding.

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