Altibbi and Ibrahim A. Badran Foundation join forces by providing telehealth to underprivileged people in Egypt

Altibbi has launched a partnership with Ibrahim A. Badran Charitable Foundation to help underprivileged people in underserved and rural communities in Egypt get yearly unlimited access to healthcare professionals with its telehealth solutions.

With a common vision to alleviate the burden of medical consultations, Altibbi, the MENA region’s first and largest digital health platform, and Ibrahim A. Badran Charitable Foundation (IBF) partnered to provide accessible and high-quality healthcare to 5,000 beneficiaries in rural areas in Egypt. This partnership, during such uncertain times, shows how telehealth can be a cost-effective and powerful tool to improve rural health care.

By providing medical information from trusted sources and remote medical consultation services for all Arabic speakers, Altibbi helps patients access medical information and advice, thus reducing the number of unnecessary doctor visits and lessening the pressure on the healthcare system. 

“I admire the noble efforts taken by Ibrahim A. Badran Charitable Foundation in bridging the gap between proper healthcare and unprivileged people in Egypt. This goes in line with Altibbi’s commitment to advancing the quality and range of healthcare services, where we aim to help every family in the region access qualified doctors around the clock.” - Jalil Allabadi, Founder and CEO of Altibbi.

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