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Jua Fund Invests In 7 African Startups
Jua Fund Invests In 7 African Startups

Jua Fund, an African venture capital fund by a private individual, has invested in seven African startups comprising of three companies from Kenya (GrowAgric, Xetova, and Side), two from Nigeria (Whispa Health, and Powerstove Energy), one each from Zimbabwe (Bryt-Knowledge), and Madagascar (Jirogasy). The startups were selected after pitching their ideas at the Kickstarter Olympics, a week-long event.

Jua Fund, a USD 2 Mn fund launched by Adam Molai, to provide successful entrepreneurs with investment to launch and grow their businesses, and also providing further support.

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