Why this award-winning company had to shut down most of its operations in Cameroon

Melissa Bime, Cameroonian Entrepreneur.

With her award-winning online blood bank, Cameroonian nurse-turned-entrepreneur Melissa Bime won international fame and funding but faced one major problem: working in her own country. Two years after Bime set up Infiuss – a blood delivery service to stem needless deaths through accidents, childbirth and malarial anaemia – red tape forced her to shut down…

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