One on one with Tracey McNeill CEO of Babyl Rwanda


In 2008, Rwanda spent 9.7 per cent of national expenditure on healthcare. Health insurance then became mandatory for all. Fast forward almost a decade later, digital disruptors and more investments have gone into the health sector. One such player is Babyl Rwanda, originally from the UK, hoping to fully execute AI in Sub Saharan Africa, with Rwanda as its starting point. For more CNBC Africa is joined by Tracey McNeil, CEO of Babyl Rwanda.

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