Lifesten Health, a leading health tech company in Rwanda, made a big impression at this year’s Africa Health Agenda International Conference (AHAIC) 2023. The conference brought together some of Africa’s top leaders, innovators, and health workers for three days of discussions, workshops, and networking sessions aimed at promoting the mainstreaming of climate discourse into health policy conversations.
The conference kicked off on March 5th with the AHAIC 2023 Wogging event, which coincided with Kigali’s Car Free Day, an effort to combat non-communicable diseases and promote a green city. This was followed by three days of high-level meetings, plenaries, and workshops from March 6th to 8th.
One of the highlights of the conference was a panel discussion on leveraging technology to amplify global health impact, which featured Lifesten Health’s Co-founder, Peace Iraguha, as a speaker. During the discussion, Iraguha shared insights on the value of innovative partnerships in the health tech sector, particularly in improving access to quality healthcare and promoting health and wellness.
Lifesten Health’s presence at the conference is a testament to the company’s commitment to using technology to promote health and wellness in Rwanda and beyond. The company’s innovative approach to healthcare, which includes incentive-based wellness programs and remote diagnostics, has already made a significant impact in Rwanda’s healthcare sector.
As Lifesten Health continues to grow and expand, it is clear that the company will continue to play a leading role in promoting health and wellness across Africa.