Pakistan’s Sehat Kahani raises $1 million Pre-Series A to grow its telemedicine network

Karachi-headquartered telemedicine startup Sehat Kahani has raised $1 million in a Pre-Series A round, it announced today. The investment came from Islamic Development Bank, 10Pearls Ventures, Mentors Fund, Singapore-based Korean Impact Fund, and Impact Investment Exchange. KASB Securities, Din Group, and some angels also joined the round

Founded in 2017 by two female doctors, Sara Saeed Khurram and Iffat Zafar Aga, Sehat Kahani had started as a network to connect home-based female doctors to patients through telemedicine-enabled brick and mortar health clinics. The idea was to use a large number of female doctors who due to family commitments are unable to practice medicine at a hospital or clinic and connect them with patients in underserved communities through a network of nurse-assisted health clinics.

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