To help African solutions emerge by providing at least €130 million in funding from AFD-Proparco group, and a whole host of support programs designed to meet the needs of Africa’s innovative entrepreneurs.
To promote more inclusive and sustainable development by equipping Africa’s tech entrepreneurs with capabilities to design and scale-up groundbreaking innovations for the real economy.
- Supporting high-impact digital startups
- Fundraising and sourcing finance to scale-up Africa’s tech innovations
- Advocating public policies
Our actions focus around these 3 key points to support the digital talents of today and tomorrow.
FOCUS ON OUR ACTIVITES
Fuzé, an innovative investment facility to support start-ups deploying technological solutions for the real economy in Africa. With its tiered model, targeting pre-seed, through two successive tickets in the startup according to the stage of development, Fuzé is today a unique model on the continent
Talent 4 Startups is a program which aims to support the training of talents in tech and digital professions on the African continent. By covering the costs of training in high-demand sectors and then facilitating the connection between talents and start-ups that are recruiting, Talent 4 Startups improves the employability of young people while meeting the skills needs of the ecosystem.
Promoted by Digital Africa and deployed by Proparco, the Bridge Fund by Digital Africa is intended to be an appropriate response to the challenges confronting young innovative African companies, whose development is harmed by the economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Africa Next Community is committed to driving co-investment in fast-growing innovative businesses by inviting English and French speaking venture capitalists from Europe and Africa to select projects based on e-pitches.
Launched in Summer 2020, the Resilient Summer School is the first training module developed by the Digital Africa Campus – a capacity-building program for African entrepreneurs co-developed with elite partners. This fully online module focused on entrepreneurial resilience, particularly important in times of crisis.
The Seed Fund by Digital Africa is dedicated to financing and supporting African digital startups.
With €15 million allocated by the French Development Agency (AFD), the fund relies on the expertise of six ecosystem operators to develop training programmes for incubators and seed stage financing for startups in 45 African countries.
RESILIENT AFRICA IN ACTION
Supporting “Made-in-Africa Digital Innovation“ is out
Details of our vision, mission and roadmap for the next three years