Reportedly, Microsoft Corp (MSFT) aims to secure internet access for 100 million more people in Africa by 2025, teaming up with a satellite provider and setting the stage for longer-term cloud adoption, informed its President Brad Smith. Microsoft has long pushed to bring more people online, playing the role of facilitator among telecoms and electricity providers, governments, and non-profits. Under its so-called Airband initiative since 2017, it helped widen connectivity for 50 million people, including nearly 10 million in Africa.
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The current fertility rate for Africa in 2022 is 4.212 births per woman, a 1.31% decline from 2021.
If you have ever struggled with infertility issues, or know someone who has, you are probably well aware of how demoralizing it can be. Imagine for a moment spending thousands of dollars and months of intensive medical procedure only to end up empty handed, exhausted, sad, and defeated because after all of that time, work, and money, you still don’t have a baby. That’s an incredibly difficult situation, and it’s becoming more common each passing year. Likewise, the need for more effective, less invasive infertility treatment options is increasing with each passing year. This is the sole focus of medtech company INVO Bioscience (NASDAQ: INVO). Learn more by reading the following story that we published recently.