16 KNUST health business start-ups benefits from $150,000.00

16 health business start-ups at the Kumasi-based Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology under Mastercard Foundation Africa Higher Education Health Collaborative have received a $150,000.00 cheque for their start-up business .

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The objective of this initiative is to foster an entrepreneurial mindset and culture that encourages the creation of meaningful innovations and employment opportunities in the healthcare sector.

KNUST is one of the eight partners of the Higher Education Collaborative in Health with the aim to contribute to all three pillars of the health strategy: Health Employment, Health Entrepreneurship, and Health Ecosystems.

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