Access Afya is an outcomes-assured, data-driven primary health enterprise. They are making
healthcare easy and affordable for residents of Nairobi's informal settlements through a chain
of micro-clinics, diagnostic centres and pharmacies.
Enova Robotics is the first company in the EMEA region leveraging AI to deploy mobile robots for
surveillance purposes. Enova’s flagship robot, the P-Guard a is capable of performing autonomous
patrol/surveillance for 8 to 10 hours on a single charge.
Ben Farhat Radhouane
RelianceHMO is Nigeria's first tech-driven insurance company aimed at providing innovative and
affordable health care solutions.
Through telemedicine, data science and analytics, RelianceHMO is able to provide quality and
affordable health insurance in Nigeria.
CHIL Artificial Intelligence Lab is the largest and only E-oncology services provider in Uganda.
CHIL leverages AI and Machine learning to extend essential healthcare services to the poor and
those in hard to reach areas in Uganda. Using AI, their mobile application is able to detect,
and interpret results for breast and cervical cancer.
Dr. Nabuuma Shamim
Casky is the first and only African startup providing innovative safety solutions aimed at
keeping two-wheeled riders safe. Casky has built an IoT device attachable to the back of any
helmet and serves as a brake light, turn signal and alerts other motorists on the road about the
direction of travel, helping to reduce accidents.
Flare has built an uber-like consumer-facing app called Rescue that allows patients to see nearby
emergency/ambulance options and request help quickly. Currently, they operate the largest
network of ambulances throughout Kenya and provide hundreds of life-saving emergency responses
Taeillo is a home-fashion brand that specializes in the design, manufacturing and sales of modern
African furniture. Taeillo is also Nigeria’s first indigenous brand using Augmented Reality (AR)
to create a more immersive experience for shoppers.
AC Group provides smart transport solutions that ease the burden of public transport. Their
flagship product, Tap & Go is a payment card used across all public buses in Kigali.
Currently, they have over 1.8 million users in Rwanda, have expanded to Cameroon and are running
pilots across 3 other African cities.
RLIFI-LED uses wireless optical networking technology(LiFi) that makes use of light-emitting
diodes (LEDs) to transmit data/internet, electricity and educational content to rural areas
across Africa. LIFI-LED currently operates in 5 countries and provides electricity, educational
content and internet to over 7500 people.
Gricd is West Africa’s first indigenous mobile, smart cold chain solutions company. Gricd builds
last mile smart cold chain solutions that facilitates the effective storage and transportation
of temperature sensitive commodities.