Johnson & Johnson are looking to fund and accelerate projects to expand access to consumer healthcare in Africa! If you are an entrepreneur who is looking to innovate in the field of early childhood development, maternal health, family well-being, or empowering young girls, then Johnson & Johnson may be able to help. Chosen applicants will receive a combination of awards including funding up to US $100,000, potential lab space in Africa and/or business and technical mentoring to help fully develop their ideas. Apply before January 17th, 2017! Winners will be announced in February 2017.
The Harambe Entrepreneurs Alliance aims to support young African innovators and entrepreneurs with scholarships, angel investors, and internships, and has opened up a call for nominations to join their 10th class for the Harambeans.
Scholarships cover full tuition for those seeking MBA or MIB degrees at Oxford, Yale, or the Fletcher School of Tufts University. Deadline for nominations is November 30th, 2016.
The MIT Global Entrepreneurship Bootcamp gives entrepreneurs a taste of drinking from the firehose that all MIT students experience. The bootcamp is a mentorship program that begins with a one-week, intensive, in-person training and culminates with a reunion at MIT. This is a highly selective program for highly motivated entrepreneurs. Those who make it to the bootcamp will be challenged to start a company in one week. There are a limited number of scholarships available. If you plan to seek scholarship supply, apply as soon as possible to take advantage of the rolling deadline.
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IDDS Lahore participants and community members from the WeSMS team designed a low-tech ICT solution that provides relevant market information to enhance sales opportunities. For more information about this project, contact email@example.com.
This report was written and filed by a team of participants at the International Development Design Summit in Lahore, Pakistan focused on creating information communications and technology solutions for development challenges. It is not final or comprehensive, but seeks to share information and knowledge gleaned from the team’s work during the summit.
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