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Healthtracka leads talks on investment in women’s health

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Healthtracka, one of Nigeria’s fastest-growing healthcare companies is set to host an inaugural conference to make a case for investment in women’s health.

The programme tagged “Banking on Women’s Health Conference (BWHC)” is held on May 4, in Lagos.

It promises to gather diverse stakeholders to address issues facing women’s health and advocate for increased investment.

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The BWHC aims to empower women with knowledge, spark crucial conversations, and drive positive change in women’s healthcare.
Ifeoluwa Dare-Johnson, CEO of Healthtracka, said “Women often face more challenges with their health than men, and it’s crucial to provide them with the resources and support they need. The Banking on Women’s Health Conference is a step towards creating a future where all women have access to the care they deserve.”
As women face unique health challenges ranging from menstrual cycles to hormonal imbalances, infertility, menopause, cardiac conditions, and more, the conference is poised as a pivotal platform to address these issues head-on.

The conference will feature keynote addresses from leading experts in women’s health, engaging panel discussions on critical health topics, interactive workshops offering valuable skills and knowledge, and networking opportunities.