In line with this year’s theme on the International Women’s Day, #choosetochallenge, which is in a bid to promote a better world for women, Guaranty Trust Bank plc (GTBank) has launched an initiative, tagged #GiveHerBetaHealth, to draw attention to the need for universal essential healthcare coverage, especially for women in the informal sector. The initiative by GTB, is providing 1000 self-employed women with BetaHealth for a year, at no cost.
BetaHealth was launched in 2020 as a low-cost healthcare package that provides coverage for essential health services such as malaria treatments, antenatal and postnatal care, accidents and medical emergencies as well as life insurance, all at a subscription fee of N500 per month. The BetaHealth package is offered through more than 1000 hospitals and pharmacies nationwide, BetaHealth also provides a telemedicine service that allows the user to speak with a Doctor over the phone anytime, anywhere.
Through the #GiveHerBetaHealth campaign, the Bank is calling on the general public to nominate 1000 womenfor the BetaHealth package.
To nominate a woman, visit giveherbetahealth.gtbank.com.
With this campaign, the Bank is putting a spotlight on the need for universal access to essential healthcare services that is affordable for every working Nigerian, and accessible across the country.