From launching digital mental health campaigns, to assisting health workers, these rapid response grants are open to young people between the ages of 13-25, anywhere in the world.
This month, we’re turning challenge into opportunity and using the time we spend in quarantine to learn and exchange ideas with the Quarantine Sessions, a series of live interviews, every day on Instagram.
Re:Coded, the leading coding school for refugees in the Middle East, has just partnered up with Techstars Foundation and 500 Startups to launch the Tech Accelerator Program, a 3-month program for startups with women or refugees in their founding team.
The Anzisha Prize has opened the 2020 call for applications, in search of Africa’s top 20 African entrepreneurs under 22. The winners will also join their network of Anzisha Fellows, receiving business consulting support and coaching.
Womentum has just launched Cycle 3, aiming to support the next generation of female-led tech startups in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). The three top startups will receive $30,000 in funding.