The African Union Digital and Innovation Fellowship 2021

The African Union is looking to identify and deploy highly competent tech innovators within the African continent to organs within the African Union Headquarters and organs as ‘resident fellows’ to understand the system within those organs; identify challenges within the system and propose solutions to these challenges. The African Union Digital and Innovation Fellowship The

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The Google for Startups Black Founders Fund Africa 2021 (Win Up to $100,000)

Between 2020 and 2021, more African companies completed more funding rounds than in any prior year, with transactions rising by almost 50%. While remarkable, this achievement is not translating to the same level of success for Black founders on the continent. Research shows that African founded startups find it difficult to secure financial support, and are faced

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The Alibaba eFounders Fellowship 2021

The eFounders Fellowship program is jointly organized by Alibaba Business School and the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), who are implementing the Sustainable Development Goals for 2030. The eFounders Fellowship program provides first-hand exposure to eCommerce and digital innovations, access to business leaders across Alibaba and China, as well as an opportunity to connect with

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The FREE UDBL SMEs Business Development & Financial Literacy Training

The Uganda Development Bank Limited (UDBL) in partnership with the Uganda National Chamber of Commerce and Industry (UNCCI) has organized a regional business development and financial literacy training program for SMEs. Uganda Development Bank Ltd is a Development Finance Institution (DFI) focused on Accelerating socio-economic development through sustainablefinancial interventions in line with the country’s development

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The 8th ARSO Continental Essay Competition 2021

The African Organisation for Standardisation (ARSO) is Africas intergovernmental standards body formed by OAU (currently AU) and UNECA in 1977 in Accra Ghana. The fundamental mandate of ARSO is to develop tools for standards development, standards harmonization and implementation of these systems to enhance Africa’s internal trading capacity, increased Africas product and service competitiveness globally,

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