Flourish Africa Grant For Female Entrepreneurs In Nigeria
Flourish Africa is calling on female entrepreneurs in Nigeria for the application of its annual grant to support and promote African female-owned businesses over a 5-year period through training, coaching, mentoring, and funding.
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What To Know About Flourish Africa Grant
The programme is set to empower the entrepreneurial activities of at least 2,500 female business owners through funding and structured training over a five-year period by providing cash and organized training.
The Flourish Africa training curriculum has been tailored to educate and prepare female entrepreneurs on their business journey, giving them wings to fly. It also gives female entrepreneurs an enabling platform for practical skill development, mentoring, and access to the marketplace.
Through the programme, a minimum of 500 female entrepreneurs would be educated each year, after which the top 100 achievers from the pool would be eligible for grants of up to N2 million each from a N200 million annual fund.
Requirement For Flourish Africa Grant
Below are the requirements applicants must meet in order to be eligible for the programme
- Applicants must be between the ages of 18yrs – 50yrs
- Applicants must be female If co-owned with a man, applicants must have at least 51% ownership of the business
- Applicants must have access to internet-enabled devices for training and must be willing to commit to virtual training for a period of 3 months
- Businesses in the Startup phase
- Your business must be in Lagos or Abuja
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How To Apply For Flourish Africa Grant
All interested ad qualified applicants should kindly visit the online Application form to Apply
Note: Your business must be based in Abuja or Lagos to qualify for this cohort of the grant. All information you provide must be true and if otherwise stated you will be disqualified. Also, note that you will be required to provide proof that your business has been running for the past one year.