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Results of the Digital Africa Challenge
After 3 months of competition, 10 startups amongst the 463 applications have been awarded.
Those 10 startups have had the chance to receive their prize during the Africa-France Summit in Bamako the 13th and 14th of January.
Discover their projects:
FarmDrive connects unbanked and underserved smallholder farmers to financial services, while helping financial institutions cost effectively increase their agricultural loan portfolios.
e-Tumba creates and develops intelligence simulation tools of prevision, performance, advice and help for decision making for African farmers and their advisers.
Mo'Go is a community-based system that improves mobility and social connecitivity while reducing transportation expenditure. This is done through scheduled carpools that allow members to share rides and share costs.
Prepaid IoT connected water meter. The consumers use their smartphones to complete micro-payments at any time to supply their water meter.
GiftedMom sends notifications to pregnant women by reminding them their next prenatal appointment date and the vaccination of their baby but also by teaching them the dangers of pregnancy, the labour and postnatal cares.
Citizen Doc is a free e-health application available on Android and Apple. It supports the patient through his daily health issues by targeting what he suffers from and guide him to the appropriate medication.
OTRAC Consults is a health technology company that develops digital tools to improve the efficiency of African health practitioners.
« Leea », meaning « Medicament » in the vernacular language, is a digital e-health solution. An e-health portal (health facilities mapping, health information portal, medicament information research…)