After years as a software engineer working for various companies, Romi Gubes decided to pave her own path. Following a personal incident with her daughter, she realized there was a great void in the supervising and transparency mechanisms of caregiving for the elderly, infants and disabled people.
Keheala supports over 18,000 patients currently on the Keheala platform in Kenya, and has new deployments in South Africa and Zimbabwe. Rathauser claims they are a standalone solution complimentary to existing health systems, “so when you don’t adhere, we automatically follow up and address the non-medical drivers of disease in order to improve treatment outcomes.”
When Soapy Care was founded in 2018, its co-founders couldn’t have imagined the global pandemic that would follow less than two years later. Now, with the ongoing discussion on the best measures to prevent infections of COVID-19, “the single most agreed upon measure is handwashing,” says Soapy CEO Max Simonovsky.