Telenor Health and Swisscontact sign MoU

Telenor Health signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Swisscontact recently at GP House, Bashundhara, Dhaka.

Through this MoU, Telenor Health and Swisscontact are entering into a partnership to improve the increasing access to quality health services and information in Bangladesh under Swisscontact’s project – ASTHA.

Mohammad Mobydur Rahaman (Head of B2B, Partnerships and Loyalty, Telenor Health) and Fazle Razik (Team Leader – ASTHA, Swisscontact) signed this MoU on behalf of their organizations.

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