Applications are open for HealthTech Hub Africa (HTHA), a hybrid pan-African e-health accelerator programme that offers entrepreneurs a platform to create sustainable businesses and meaningful health impact.
With a physical co-working space in Kigali, Rwanda, HTHA is founded by the Novartis Foundation and supported by the Global Fund and the Patrick J McGovern Foundation. It aims to actively integrate innovations into public health systems through collaboration with key government stakeholders.
It is looking for growth-stage startups and scale-ups from the whole African continent with innovative business models allowing for collaboration with local and national governments, and aiming to support health systems in their digital transformation journeys.
The 10-month accelerator programme includes mentorship, coaching, expert masterclasses, pitch practice sessions, community support, networking and pitching opportunities, access to services, access to media, and access to funding opportunities. All selected startups will be able to apply for grant funding and in-kind benefits worth over US$1 million.
Applications are open here until December 11.