Pakistan-based healthtech firm Sehat Kahani announced it has raised US$1 million in its pre-series A round from investors including the Islamic Development bank, 10Pearls Ventures, Mentors Fund, Korean Impact Collective Funds, and Impact Investment Exchange.

The round also saw participation from the Pakistan-based KASB Group of Companies and Din Group, along with other angel investors.

Sehat Kahani was launched in 2017 as a chain of telemedicine-enabled e-health clinics in underserved communities. Since then, its platform has been used by banks, insurance companies, telecom firms, media houses, pharmaceuticals, and fast-moving consumer goods companies. The firm also serves patients in far-flung areas through small nurse-assisted e-health clinics. READ MORE