Open Call: Enhancing Women Entrepreneurship Enablers for Stronger Women SMEs in Africa

Deadline: 31-Dec-22

Seedstars is accepting applications for Enhancing Women Entrepreneurship Enablers for Stronger Women SMEs.

The objective of the Project is to address gender inequality and inclusive economic empowerment for African women.

Specifically, the Project aims at increasing the capacity and sustainability of enablers supporting Women-led Small and Medium Enterprises (WSMEs), as well as increase access to mentorship, funding and visibility for WSMEs.

Target Countries
Cameroon, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Kenya, Malawi, Morocco, Mozambique, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzania, Rwanda, ZambiaIvory Coast, Ethiopia, Angola, Mali, Zimbabwe, Uganda, Botswana, Sierra Leone, Ghana, Gambia, Namibia, Cape Verde, Mauritius, and Nigeria.
Eligibility Criteria
Enhancing Women Entrepreneurship Enablers for Stronger Women SMEs in Africa – Ecosystem EnablersThey’re looking for enablers that are:Based in one of the countriesEnhancing the viability and sustainability of WSMEs,Providing innovative approaches to ecosystem support designed to close the financing gap for WSMEs,Introducing innovative ways to provide capacity building for WSMEs,Providing digital presence and visibility to WSMEs, and Enhancing access to mentorship for WSMEs.

Enhancing Women Entrepreneurship Enablers for Stronger Women SMEs in Africa – SMEsThey’re looking for Women-led startups that are:Interested in learning more about fundraising and investment readinessHave at least one woman on the founding teamHave a digital element in their product (example: Mobile application, Online Shop, SAAS product, etc.)
Are based in one of the countries

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