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Recover Africa Youth Competition 2021 (500 Euros)

Deadline: April 23rd, 2021 COVID-19 has affected youth across the globe in a disproportionate manner. In its very unprecedented standard, the pandemic has caused harm that would probably be irreversible for a long time. Among many other disturbances to life as they knew it, young Africans have faced disruptions in …

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Funding for Scriptwriters and Movie Producers | The Write Project Africa Film Fund 2021/2022

Deadline: May 31st, 2021 The Write Project Film Fund was created with the sole aim of promoting the development and production of professionally produced filmed entertainment in Africa for global exhibition.  The two largest film industries in Africa currently contribute an aggregate of $1 billion to the continent’s annual GDP. Nollywood generates close to …

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PhD Fellowship for African Graduates | Sponsored by Google | 2021

Deadline: 21st April, 2021 In line with its aim of building and maintaining healthy relations with the academic community, the Google Africa PhD Fellowship Program has been created to support and recognize outstanding students pursuing or looking to pursue PhD level studies in computer science and related areas. Eligibility: Students and …

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The Women in Business Growth Lab for Early Stage Women led Startups in Nigeria ($1500 equity-free grant).

The Women in Business Growth Lab is a 3-month entrepreneurship development programme for early-stage women-led startups in Nigeria, created to stimulate businesses into profitable & sustainable enterprises to accelerate the creation of jobs on the continent. The program is designed to reduce the inequalities and barriers affecting women in business …

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Village Capital Future of Work Africa 2021.

Village Capital, with the support of IFC, is launching Future of Work Africa 2021 – an accelerator supporting and scaling startups across Sub-Saharan Africa that help young people find jobs, build careers, and prepare for the future of work. Africa’s workforce is projected to be the largest in the world …

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