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Amref Health Africa, GSK and Cognizant

Amref Health Africa has been working for more than 60 years to advance access to quality healthcare in sub-Saharan Africa. They partner with communities in 35 countries to sustainably strengthen health systems and improve access to vital care and services. 

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Amref Health Africa has been working for more than 60 years to advance access to quality healthcare in sub-Saharan Africa. They partner with communities in 35 countries to sustainably strengthen health systems and improve access to vital care and services. 

 

Tech for Good sits down with leaders from Amref, its long-standing backer GSK, and Cognizant, to discuss a remarkable collaboration, spawned in the heat of the COVID-19 pandemic, that is set to create a lasting digital advantage for Amref as it seeks to transform healthcare on the continent.

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