Nigeria’s Helium Health raises $30m Series B funding to expand its fintech offering  : TechMoran

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Helium Health , a Lagos-headquartered healthtech company that provides Software-as-a-service (SaaS) tools, financing, and insights to healthcare providers and public health organizations has raised $30M in Series-B funding.

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The round was led by AXA IM Alts with participation from Capria Ventures, Angaza Capital, Anne Wojcicki (Founder of 23&Me) and Flatworld Partners. Existing investors Global Ventures, Tencent, Ohara Pharmaceuticals, LCY Group, WTI and AAIC also participated in the round.

“We believe in a future where good healthcare is a reality for all Africans, not just the few. We are deeply committed to supporting both private healthcare providers and public health stakeholders with finance, technology, and data to achieve that vision. We are delighted to have such seasoned healthcare investors accompany us on our journey,” said Adegoke Olubusi, Helium Health CEO/co-founder.

The capital will be used to expand the reach of its fintech product, HeliumCredit,…

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