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Jumia makes available its logistics and platform capabilities in the fight against Covid-19

Jumia makes available its logistics and platform capabilities in the fight against Covid-19

The Wall Street-listed e-commerce platform will help ministries in seven African countries to facilitate the distribution of health products.

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            ▪ Jumia makes available its logistics and platform capabilities in the fight against Covid-19

▪ The Wall Street-listed e-commerce platform will help ministries in seven African countries to facilitate the distribution of health products.

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20/03/2020 at 18h24, by Jeune Afrique Business+

With more than a billion total visits in 2019, it is one of the most visited websites on the continent, and is now determined to be a force for good in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic. Jumia, the e-commerce service set up in Germany in 2012 with a presence in eight African markets (Algeria, Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, Morocco, Nigeria, South Africa and Uganda), is bringing its logistics expertise and marketplace, supported by its Jumia Pay payment method, to the ministries of health of seven countries on the continent so they can best distribute health and basic necessities.

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