Lifebank

Our Business is Saving Lives

P airing state-of-the-art app and blockchain technology with a fleet of souped-up motorcycles, Lifebank quality-controls and emergency-delivers lifesaving medical products such as blood, blood products and oxygen to hospitals in Lagos and other parts of Nigeria.

Within its first two years of operation Lifebank has brought the time it takes its dispatch riders to deliver blood to any hospital in Lagos from 3 hours down to 45 minutes – saving more than 5000 lives in the process so far.

Founded in 2016, Lifebank is on a mission to save one million lives over the next 10 years and is now planning to use drone technology to help reach more remote rural areas across the country.

5434

lives saved since 2016.

Within its first two years of operation Lifebank has brought the time it takes its dispatch riders to deliver blood to any hospital in Lagos from 3 hours down to 45 minutes

Temie Giwa-Tubosun
Founder & CEO

Temie was born in Nigeria but moved to the U.S. when she was 15.

She holds university degrees from Minnesota State University Moorhead and the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey and has received fellowships of the World Health Organization and the Global Health Corps.

Life threatening complications during the birth of her own child, drove Temie to found Lifebank in 2016.

Temie has recently made the BBC’s list of the most important “100 Women Changing the World” and was the only female entrepreneur to meet with Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg during his first ever visit to Nigeria.