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people

investment thesis

portfolio impact

25m

lives touched

8m

patients provided access to affordable healthcare

5m

students helped to achieve better educational outcomes

230k

critical eye care treatments provided
Impact Objectives
Improving access to essential healthcare, medical diagnostics and pharmaceutical products for the underserved
Reducing inefficiencies in healthcare and pharma supply chains to increase access, affordability, speed and quality of services and their delivery
Promoting innovations in life science and making them available to everyone who needs it
Theory of change
Problem
Half the world lacks access to essential health services (WHO, 2017)
Solution
Enhance existing or invest in new health services that are better tailored to context and underserved people
Increase efficiencies and resilience of supply chains, e.g. by disintermediation
Promote innovation in technology, digitalization and new approaches
Outcomes
Provision of timely, consistent, affordable, quality healthcare services
Integrated and efficient supply chains
Reduction in overall health expenses at the individual and system level
Reducing the vulnerability of people and improving their quality of life
Business model
Primary, secondary, tertiary and critical care hospitals
Multi-speciality hospitals, diagnostic clinics and eye care providers
Multi-channel healthcare and health supply platforms relying on online channels
Innovation leaders in critical medical care areas with disruptive technology and approaches
Main SDG (targets)
3.4 prevention of non-communicable diseases
3.8 universal health coverage
Additional SDGs
Impact Objectives
Increasing equitable access to quality education, learning and training for all
Improving the quality of teaching and learning environments
Increasing access to quality Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE)
Improving the successful transition of Youth into the workforce and society
Theory of change
Problem
Six out of ten children and adolescents […] do not achieve minimum proficiency levels in reading and mathematics (UNESCO, 2017)
Solution
Enabling remote learning and skills development through online platorms to increase access at scale
Afordable quality ECCE provides thebest possible start for young children
Improving school infrastructure and teaching quality
Outcomes
Improve adolescents' prospect of successfully transitoning from school into workforce
Improve children’s developmental, health, educatonal, and economic outcomes later in life
Improve educatonal learning outcomes
Business model
Online learning and skills development platorms
Providers of specialist services to improve quality of teaching and/or learning environments
Quality ECCE providers
Main SDG and targets
4.2 access to quality ECCE
4.3 access to technical, vocational and tertiary education
4.4 promote relevant skills for employment
4.5 equal access to all levels of education and training
Additional SDGs

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