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Report Reveals Five Agriculture-Energy Opportunities That Can Attract Commercial Investors

A groundbreaking study launched on November 30, 2020, by Factor[e] Ventures, supported by the Rockefeller Foundation and the Windward Fund, finds that the lack of robust energy services in Africa’s agriculture sector is a fundamental obstacle to the sector’s growth. Agriculture and agribusiness together are projected to be a US$

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Innovation Village Launches ‘Future Of Education’ Challenge

Samantha Niyonsaba and CK Japheth, The Innovation Village Team Lead at a meeting The Innovation Village, through its EdTech Lab in partnership with Mastercard Foundation Young Africa Works and the Arizona State University Education for Humanity, has launched a business development programme dubbed ‘Future of Education’, a challenge with the

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COVID-19 Quarantine Time Mobile App Innovations Challenge Launched

Pixan Inc, a Ugandan high-end technology, content production and distribution company, and Bold Cashers Limited, the developers of Cash Chat, a Ugandan digital and social network mobile application, Tuesday launched the COVID-19 Quarantine Time Mobile App Innovations Challenge. The two tech companies are using the Challenge to facilitate technologically innovative

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Opportunity For Innovators To Develop New Solutions To Accelerate Tourism Recovery

In the face of an unprecedented challenge, the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), with the support of the World Health Organization (WHO), calls on innovators and entrepreneurs to put forward new solutions to help the tourism sector recover from COVID-19. With millions of jobs at risk as the pandemic hits tourism

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Opportunity For African Entrepreneurs To Share Shs366m As 2020 Anzisha Prize Applications Open

Today, the Anzisha Prize–Africa’s premier award and fellowship for Africa’s youngest entrepreneurs (AnzishaPrize.org) – is excited to announce that the 2020 call for applications is now open.  Every year, the prize celebrates 20 African entrepreneurs, aged 22 years and younger, each of whom have a chance to win a shared

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