Temie Giwa-Tubosun is the founder and CEO of blood-delivery start-up LifeBank, an organization that’s saving lives in Nigeria. Her newest mission lies past Nigeria – the Lake Victoria Problem is a contest utilizing drones to move well being help to onerous to succeed in rural communities residing round Lake Victoria in East Africa.

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Her work has earned her the title of one of many BBC’s 100 Ladies in 2014 and as a optimistic feminine function mannequin for the Fourth Industrial Revolution by the World Financial Discussion board on Africa. She talks about why establishing a enterprise was the easiest way for her to assist folks and the place she plans to go subsequent.

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LifeBank CEO Temie Giwa-Tubosun on one of the company's bikes

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