Afri Women Innovation Grant ($5,000 Grants)

The Afri Women Innovation (AWI) Grant is an EquiHER initiative that coheres with the United Nations SDG and aims to provide assistance to African women with promising business ideas or existing companies within Africa. The 2023 AWI Grant encompasses entrepreneurship training, mentorship, and offers financial backing of $5,000 to 500 women who hold citizenship across the African continent.

Regardless of whether it’s a tiny idea or a well-established business concept, we strongly advocate that even the smallest idea holds the potential to spark significant change, while a substantial idea has the capacity to expand further. Your business idea doesn’t need to be incredibly revolutionary; what truly counts is its power to bring about positive change for you and your surroundings.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Applicants should be female, aged between 18 and 50
  • Citizenship from any of the 54 African countries is required
  • Proficiency in English, French, or Portuguese is necessary for effective communication
  • Applicants with business ideas must intend to implement their ideas within Africa
  • For applicants with existing companies, operations must be active within Africa, and a female shareholder must hold a minimum ownership of 50% in the company

Benefits of Afri Women Innovation Grant

Successful applicants are paired with mentors and receive a $5,000 financial grant to bolster their business initiatives.

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How To Apply

Deadline: 31st December 2023

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1 thought on “Afri Women Innovation Grant ($5,000 Grants)”

  1. A friend of mine has been selected for this grant but doubts the legitimacy of the organisation since there’s no face to their business. How well can you speak of the grantor?

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