3 Opportunities Ghanaian Entrepreneurs And Innovators Can Take Advantage Of


Sep. 14, 2022

Applications are open for the Lafiya Innovators Program- 3rd edition

Lafiya innovators call all entrepreneurs creating scalable solutions to improve health or the determinants of health in Accra to join the third edition of the Lafiya Innovators Program. Lafiya Innovators is a startup incubation program that supports and accelerates early to mid-stage startups addressing health challenges and health determinants in lower and middle-income countries.

Selected startups will gain business development and partnership support, international travel, networking, and mentorship opportunities and also stand a chance to gain GHS 100,000 in grant and investment support. Find out more about the program details below and apply for an opportunity to scale your health and wellbeing venture.

Click here to apply before 30th September.

Applications out for Design Sprint Workshop for sustainable battery swapping

Impact Hub Accra and Siemens Stiftung have opened applications for a Design Sprint Workshop to develop a sustainable battery swapping and charging Infrastructure. This forms part of the Hub's Electric Cargo Bikes Project in Ghana, funded by the International Climate Initiative (IKI). Candidates interested in the design sprint workshop should be in their final year at a recognized university in Ghana, a recent graduate yet to do national service, or an individual with recognized skills applicable to the sprint outcome. Kindly tab below to learn more about the project and apply for the 12 months paid Fellowship.

Here is the link for applying. Deadline is the 24th of September.

D-Prize calls out for social entrepreneurs to tackle extreme poverty

The D-Prize Global Competition is LIVE and seeking social entrepreneurs! D-Prize challenges bold new leaders to tackle extreme poverty and will award-winning teams with up to $20,000 each to launch organizations that can distribute proven poverty interventions to thousands, maybe even millions of people. Tap below to learn more about the D-Prize challenges in health, education, energy, agriculture, and other sectors and apply to be selected among the 30 teams that will be awarded this year. Applications close on Monday, November 6th, 2022, at midnight Pacific Time.

Follow this link to apply.


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