Seedstars has opened applications for its Enhancing Women Entrepreneurship in Africa (EWEA) programme, calling for women-led small to medium enterprises as well as community enablers and entrepreneurship support programmes in Africa to apply for its mentorship, skills capacity-building workshop series.
Through a collaboration with the African Development Bank’s AFAWA initiative and GrowthAfrica, the EWEA program is set to provide long-term and scalable capacity building, access to mentorship, access to funding, and access to visibility for both women-led SMEs and community enablers in Cameroon, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Kenya, Malawi, Morocco, Mozambique, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzania, Rwanda, and Zambia.
Participants in the programme will be provided with mentorship through the Seedstars network as well as access to the Investment Readiness Programme through the Seedstars Online Academy. Participating enabler organisations will be given access to mentorship, workshops, and a capacity-building programme through the Seedstars Online Academy.
Interested companies and enablers can sign up here before December 31.