Africa's healthcare technology revolution


A trip to the doctor's in much of Kenya can be something of a game of Russian roulette. Only the top 10% of the population are guaranteed high-quality healthcare.

One Kenyan start-up is committed to using technology to change this, aiming to offer affordable, quality care to low and middle-income earners.

The BBC's Fiona Graham visited the town of Kitengela, on the outskirts of the Kenyan capital Nairobi, to take a closer look.

Special report: The Technology of Business

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