At some public hospitals, patients can wait for hours for medication.
Using Pelebox takes 36 seconds.
Hutiri came up with the idea for Pelebox after contracting tuberculosis and having to queue for medicine at a state hospital.
Users receive a one-time PIN on their phones, which opens a locker with their medication.
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