By building relationships with manufacturers Medsaf will be able to guarantee medications on its platform are genuine and in good condition ©Press Association Images
By building relationships with manufacturers Medsaf will be able to guarantee medications on its platform are genuine and in good condition ©Press Association Images

Fighting fake drugs through e-procurement

15 December 2016

A start-up is using e-procurement to tackle fake drugs in Nigeria.

Medsaf hopes its platform will also bring down prices by making costs transparent, and increase the availability of medication, while use of technology will give buyers more visibility of their spending and help them see trends and plan ahead.

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