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healthymagination Programme Welcomes 2nd Cohort of Social Entrepreneurs

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GE and Santa Clara University’s Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship have selected 14 African social entrepreneurs for the second cohort of its healthymagination Mother and Child Programme.

Startups selected include: Afya Research Africa – STONE HMIS, Cedars Diagnostics, doctHERsEarly ReachLiberian Energy NetworkMaternity FoundationMDaaS, MOBicure, NeopendaSevamobSisu Global HealthSouthlake Medical Centre – under LiveWellSubQ Assist and Totohealth Tanzania.

The program, designed to help the organizations acquire business fundamentals, improve their strategic thought processes, and articulate business plans that demonstrate impact, growth and long-term financial sustainability begin with a kick-off workshop. This will be followed by a six-month, online accelerator programme with in-depth mentorship from Silicon Valley-based executives and local GE business leaders. The accelerator and mentorship programme will culminate in a “Premier Pitch” event in Africa where the 14 organizations will present their respective enterprises to an audience of potential investors.

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The startups will work to accelerate maternal health outcomes across Africa with impact areas including, Benin, Botswana, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Liberia, Nigeria, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zimbabwe and more.

According to Robert Wells, Executive Director of healthymagination, “solving local health challenges calls for locally-adapted interventions and innovations, and Social Entrepreneurs in Sub-Saharan Africa are playing a major role in this regard.

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“The healthymagination Mother and Child programme will continue to provide them with mentorship and in-depth training, accelerating health innovation and furthering our goal to increase the quality, access and affordability of maternal and child health.”

healthymagination Mother and Child programmed was launched in March 2016 by GE and Santa Clara University’s Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship, and it aims to continue to accelerate health innovations in Sub-Saharan Africa.

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