CARE Bangladesh and Telenor Health signed agreement to improve the access to quality health services and information in remote areas in Bangladesh

Future scope of collaboration work by CARE and Telenor Health beyond the opportunities mentioned in the agreement was also discussed at this signing ceremony.

CARE Bangladesh and Telenor Health have signed an agreement recently. The organizations will collaborate with the objective to improve the access to quality health services and information in remote, vulnerable and marginalized communities of Bangladesh using Telenor Health’s flagship product – Tonic – which combines digital communication and health insurance.

Future scope of collaboration work by CARE and Telenor Health beyond the opportunities mentioned in the agreement was also discussed at this signing ceremony.

The agreement was signed by Matthew Guilford, Chief Commercial Officer of Telenor Health and Zia Chowdhury, Country Director of CARE Inc. Also present at the event were Dr. Sharmin Zahan, Head of Ecosystem and Business Development of Telenor health along with Dr. Jahangir Hossain, Program Director- Health of Care Inc.

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