Fatoumata Ly opens access to sexual and reproductive care information

By : Melchior Koba

Date : mercredi, 22 mars 2023 16:37

 She is an entrepreneur concerned with women’s well-being. With their interest in mind, she co-developed an inclusive, modern, and responsive health system. 

Fatoumata Ly (photo) is a Guinean-born entrepreneur and the co-founder/CEO of Ninti, a healthtech company that develops solutions to offer women the best sexual and reproductive care. 

Her startup, founded in 2021, aims to make healthcare accessible, inclusive, and personalized so that individuals can take care of their sexual and reproductive health and also support others.

According to the founders, Ninti was born out of their own painful experiences. "With hundreds of conversations with people navigating complex sexual and reproductive health journeys, I've seen firsthand the barriers and stigmas that can prevent women from accessing the care they need.  That's why I co-founded Ninti - to break down those barriers and provide women with the resources and support they need to make informed decisions about their health," Fatoumata Ly says in her Linkedin “About” section.  

Ninti has designed a digital platform that allows employers to offer data-driven content to their employees to let them navigate their healthcare journey from preconception to menopause. Through the platform, employees can also receive care from professionals and join the Ninti community and participate in events and circles.  

Ninti’s CEO is, since November 2019, the vice president of SINGA France,  an international civic organization that accelerates the inclusion of immigrants. She is also a member of the board of Learn Afghanistan and SISTA, an NGO that encourages investments in women-led and women-owned businesses. In 2018, she co-founded You're Welcome App, an app to generate additional revenue for hotels. She was the platform’s operations manager until 2020.

She entered the professional world in 2011, after her bachelor's in language science.  She first worked as an event coordinator for Efma (now Qorus), a nonprofit financial services association. In 2014, she was promoted to the position of corporate events manager.

Between 2014 and 2019, she was the local leader of the Levo League in France, a thriving online and offline community of young professionals, role models, and innovative businesses. After a career break in 2020, she works at Bayes Impact, an organization with a mission to create citizen-run public services, as an independent senior project manager in 2021.

From 2021 to 2022, she was the project manager for the Covid-19 Ad Memoriam Institute, which fights Covid-19. With her team, she created a platform where citizens can share their Covid-19 experience. 

Melchior Koba


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