Making More Health (MMH), in collaboration with Boehringer Ingelheim and Villgro Africa, has sounded the call for African businesses to innovate in the arena of kidney failure solutions. This is an unprecedented opportunity for these change-makers to receive an impressive support package, including grant funding, professional mentorship, operational knowledge, networking opportunities, and future assistance.
Are you an early- or growth-stage company with at least a year of operation and clear market traction? Do you exhibit innovation in addressing the kidney failure continuum and preserving renal function through cutting-edge detection, prevention, and treatment strategies? MMH wants to hear from you if you’re operating in South Africa, Uganda, Nigeria, Ghana, Rwanda, or Kenya and your leadership and staff strongly represent the African community.
The selected entities will benefit from a bounty of rewards. A grant funding of $15k-$25k is up for grabs to grow and scale your innovative solution. You’ll also receive six months of hands-on technical support from Boehringer Ingelheim staff, enhancing your operational efficiency and product development. Workshops and seminars will enrich your knowledge on operations, systems change, replication, and social finance. Moreover, you will be absorbed into a dynamic network of ecosystem actors, including investors.
This opportunity is part of MMH’s global initiative, a pioneering move to create a healthier world for individuals, animals, and communities. They focus on fostering innovative social entrepreneurs and leveraging smart, sustainable solutions that bring systemic change. Villgro Africa, an incubator and impact investor targeting African healthcare startups, drives this significant call for applications.
For businesses battling kidney failure, this is a golden opportunity to make your mark on the health landscape of Africa. Spread the word and make the most of this chance to contribute to a healthier future for all.