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Fitlife addresses the rising issues of mental and physical health in today's society, largely stemming from hectic lifestyles, heavy workloads, and a lack of physical activity. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), over 300 million people worldwide suffer from depression, while anxiety affects more than 260 million individuals. Additionally, insufficient physical activity and poor nutrition contribute to chronic health problems such as obesity and cardiovascular diseases.


What sets Fitlife apart from the majority of apps in the market is our innovative user-centered approach. Unlike other apps that offer a generic wellness approach, at Fitlife, we take your personal needs and preferences seriously. We connect you directly with a network of specialists in your area, including psychologists, nutritionists, and personal trainers, providing you with detailed information about their services, fees, and available schedules.

Main Beneficiaries:

The beneficiaries of Fitlife are individuals of all ages and genders interested in improving their physical and mental well-being. Our solution is accessible and adaptable, so it can cater to a wide range of people seeking a healthier and more balanced life. While we do not have a precise estimated number of beneficiaries at this time, our goal is to reach a broad audience interested in comprehensive well-being, which could include millions of people worldwide.


Inspiration and ideation


GOAL 3: Good Health and Well-being

GOAL 16: Peace and Justice Strong Institutions


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