Millions of Kenyans have mobile phones but many struggle to access healthcare. On Friday 19th May, The Guardian published an article on how M-TIBA is helping to address this gap.
Currently more than 750,000 Kenyans are registered M-Tiba users. About 6,000 more are signing up each day. The service targets all Kenyans without health insurance, initially focusing on the poor, who struggle to access healthcare in Kenya. These people often find themselves in a hopeless position, as they can’t afford private health insurance, and free clinics often provide inadequate services or are overcrowded.
Click here to read the full article on the Guardian website.