We won't stop till every African receives quality health

We build digital healthcare tools with you in mind


Our mission is to bridge the gap between accessibility and innovation in healthcare




Trust and autonomy




Our Story

The early morning call or unexpected text informing the death or sickness of a loved one is something nobody yearns for. That feeling of helplessness and worry with thoughts of what-if questions consume our minds — what if I had been there with them or what if they had better access to healthcare?

Within the African culture especially, we each take on the responsibility of taking care of one another, and as a result, we are active participants in our families’ and friends’ healthcare journeys. As part of this communal healthcare support, we explain hospital notes, remind them of diet changes, and in the case of GAPhealth’s co-founders’ we help our loved ones’ record at home diabetes test results and manage their blood sugar levels. We both have family members and friends who live with diabetes — a chronic disease that can be difficult to manage.

When we moved to North America for post-secondary education and became less involved in the day-to-day health dealings of our loved ones, we wished there was an easy way to help them keep track of health records and provide them with the healthcare they deserve.

The need to solve these issues led to the creation of the Global AI Powered Health Technologies known as GAPhealth; a company that uses technology to create tools to bridge healthcare gaps in Africa. GAPhealth enables its users to easily keep track of their health care data and medications schedule. We use artificial intelligence based on user information to provide personalized age-based preventative health recommendations, and specific lifestyle guides for our diabetic patients. For example, depending on the patient’s age we provide education and recommendations for cervical, breast, or prostate cancer screening — to address the large gaps in knowledge we face in these areas. Patients can add on family members, truly enabling community health support, while having easy access to verified in-app providers. We make it easy for providers to join our network through a simple verification process, after which providers can opt to attend to patients via SMS, phone, video calls, and even schedule in-patient visits. 

Everybody deserves the best healthcare.Together, with us, you will be able to securely store your data, receive great care from health professions, get tailored health recommendations, and be involved in the healthcare of your loved ones. We look forward to welcoming you and your loved ones to our GAPhealth community, whether as a patient, caretaker, or provider.

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The world is undergoing an AI revolution and GAPhealth is bringing Africa along. We are building the largest end-to-end mobi-digital hub for the future of healthcare in Africa.


Our captains at the helm

Bai Bintou Kaira Co-founder
Mercy Asiedu PhD Co-founder

The creative team behind the scenes.

Our Vision.

We won’t stop till every African receives quality health.

Our Mission.

Our mission is to bridge the gap between accessibility and innovation in healthcare
Dennis Kwoffie Technology Consultant
Emmanuella Asiedu Social Media Manager
Ajuwah Goode Programme Coordinator, Gambia
Naomi Anane Programme Coordinator, Ghana
Okyere Kofi Cephas Marketing Lead

We trust our experts

Pemberton Cyrus, Phd Professor of Industrial Engineering, Dalhousie University
Rita Masese, MD, MPH Clinical Health Researcher, Duke University
Debo Olaosebikan Y-Combinator alum, Co-founder, Gigster & Kepler Computing
Jacques Kpodonu, MD Cardiac Surgeon, Harvard Medical School and BIDMC
Dr Andrew Flynn Family doctor and McKinsey Associate
Dr Richlove Mbroh Dentist in Ghana, All Smile Dental
Dr Charles Poku Medical Director, Poku Transport Clinic and Co-founder, Generational Health Foundation
Dr Ya Fatou Samba General Surgeon in Canada
Dr Alfred Opata Doctor at Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital and Head of Ghana Medical Relief Team

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