A London-based social entrepreneur is on a mission to revolutionise the care sector by offering culturally appropriate care choices.
Maaha Suleiman is the founder of CareAlgo, the world's first ever medtech company to match care receivers and care workers based on cultural background, language proficiency, skills and experiences, using artificial intelligence.
She is passionate about helping people from the BAME community age with dignity and live out the rest of their lives more comfortably.
Maaha is a global health & social medicine graduate from King’s College London. During this time, she also joined the Women in Social Tech accelerator programme.
Her tech excellence and entrepreneurial spirit allowed her to obtain a scholarship with CIEE’s Entrepreneur Lab where she refined her knowledge on marketing, sales and finance - enabling her to create this ground-breaking app using AI to help care receivers to be matched with culturally appropriate care givers.
CareAlgo provides care organisations and councils with a PaaS (platform as a service) tech platform which delivers culturally matched care.
“CareAlgo was first created when I noticed my mother's agency contacting her in the hopes of finding culturally appropriate care for their clients,” said Suleiman (pictured).
“We have since built CareAlgo to ensure that everyone has easier access to culturally appropriate care,” she added.
More information can be found at https://carealgo.com/