Miss.Africa Seed-Fund Award Impact Program ($5,000 Grant)

Miss.Africa Seed-Fund Award Impact Program
Heyyaa! Miss.Africa Digital has launched the 2023 Seed-Fund Award Impact Program for women in STEM.

About Miss.Africa Digital

The Miss Africa Digital Program is a gender-focused initiative targeted mainly at female youth audiences in Africa to increase their personal involvement in early technology use and adoption with a view to improving their digital self-awareness and empowerment, and bridging the economic divide through employment and/or entrepreneurship

Benefits of Miss.Africa Digital Seed-Fund Award Impact Program

DCA Academy Booth Camp Accelerator

6 weeks of tailored support and training for scaling to enable them to successfully launch or expand their initiatives to increase their digital opportunities in tech-related inventions, training, and leadership roles.

Comprehensive Networking

Unlimited access to the FemPower Digital Portal comprising of former winners and alumni as well as other girls and women community members. They will facilitate meetups and symposiums, Capacity Building, support, and advisory and market linkages of their members and participants to network and exchange ideas.

Mentorship and coaching

Access to Expert Coaching and Mentorship from DCA Digital Academy experts to produce tangible enhancement in terms of career development and talent mobility.

Funding Information

  1. Grant amount up to $5,000
  2. Includes a 6-week Growth Accelerator

Requirements for Miss.Africa Digital Seed-Fund Award Impact Program

Preference will be given to projects that target under-served populations and locations, take a collaborative approach, have a high potential for growth, and present an innovative use of technology.
Projects eligible for grant funding include, but are not limited to:
  1. Computer science workshops and training for women and girls
  2. Early incubation of female tech entrepreneurs
  3. Programming and app development training programs
  4. Hackathons and coding boot camps for girls.
Who they are looking for
  1. Current residents of an African country in Continental Africa. Individuals (at least 18 years of age), or a representative of a non-governmental organization (NGO) or social enterprise based in Africa.
  2. Demonstrated experience conducting activities supporting women and girls in computer science or STEM fields.
  3. Commitment to developing and contributing to a virtual community for supporting women and girls initiatives.

How to Apply

Click Here to Apply!

Application Deadline

September 15, 2023

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