di , 01/02/2024

Sehat Kahani, a groundbreaking health-tech startup led by women, has announced the successful closure of a Series A funding round totaling $2.7 million.

The funding, led by Amaanah Circle, a Singapore-based health tech fund, includes investors like Epic Angels, Cross Fund, USAID, Augmentor, Impact Investment Exchange (IIX), and the Elahi group of companies.

Founded by Dr. Sara Saeed Khurram and Dr. Iffat Zafar Aga, Sehat Kahani offers virtual doctor-patient connections within 60 seconds, along with on-demand laboratory services and online medicine delivery. The support from USAID has been crucial for Sehat Kahani’s growth.

Dr. Sara Saeed Khurram views the funding as pivotal for their future, enabling the development of advanced features like decision support systems and predictive AI models.

Its Corporate Application offers hassle-free access to specialists for corporate employees and their families, while the Consumer Application operates in over 310 cities, providing affordable healthcare.

Dr. Iffat Zafar Aga notes its significant growth, with a 141% average year-on-year growth and a fivefold increase in consultations post-COVID. The funding will support Sehat Kahani’s global expansion plans.

Sehat Kahani, with its network of over 7,500 healthcare professionals, aims to bridge healthcare gaps and empower women in medicine with its innovative solutions.