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Tech Impact Fund Winner 2023: Digital Health Africa

We are happy to announce that Digital Health Africa has been chosen as the recipient of the Tech Impact Fund 2023 by Tech Impact Club Africa.

Tech Impact Fund Winner 2023 (PHOTO; Tech Impact Club Africa/ LinkedIn)
Tech Impact Fund Winner 2023 (PHOTO; Tech Impact Club Africa/ LinkedIn)

Digital Health Africa has been named the recipient of the esteemed Tech Impact Fund 2023 by Tech Impact Club Africa following a thorough and rigorous selection process.

Their passion for driving change in digital health across Africa is truly inspiring.

Digital Health Africa’s journey is the one to transform healthcare and fostering innovation in Africa.

With a kind donation of $3000, TIC Africa has decided to assist Digital Health Africa in their efforts to host the Digital Health Student Bootcamp in 2023.

The groundbreaking four-month initiative known as the Digital Health Africa Student Fellowship aims to encourage innovation and develop digital health competencies among African undergraduate students.

Through intensive two-month capacity building workshops, the initiative will identify and empower twenty talented undergraduates from various African universities, providing them with relevant digital skills, research expertise, and entrepreneurship know-how.

These selected students will be urged to find and create cutting-edge digital health solutions that cater to the particular requirements of their local communities throughout the fellowship of the Tech Impact Fund.

The Final Graduation event will serve as a showcase for their efforts, with the top 5 solutions being recognized and given additional support and development.

Tech Impact Club Africa is excited to expand their impact beyond Nigerian borders and reach out to communities in West and East Africa, building on their impressive history of supporting initiatives of a similar nature.

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