Starting a project is difficult. Doing it alone is even more so.
That's why Digital Africa has created an ecosystem that includes everything an entrepreneur needs: Networks, knowledge, opportunities and audience.
On the Digital Africa platform, the entrepreneur can describe his profile, his project, his progress, join local or international networks, participate in challenges and events, and be supported by others in his innovation project.
Investing is good. In projects with impact, it's better.
Today, investors spend a significant part of their time sourcing promising projects, which encroaches on the time required to manage their portfolio.
Digital Africa allows him to create his personal profile, join local and international networks, discover profiles adapted to his investment policy, and be aware of the major trends in innovation on the continent.
Supporting innovation is your mission. Feeding your ecosystem is our promise.
Incubators, fablabs, universities and corporate foundations are at the heart of the innovation ecosystem. Digital Africa supports them by providing them with the tools to launch their challenges, share their news, promote their programs and identify their new recruits.
Entrepreneurs, coaches and investors, register on the platform and enter the innovation ecosystem!
The Digital Lab Africa call for projects is open to all Sub-Saharan African people (artists, producers, creators, start-ups, students)
with an innovative project in 5 categories of multimedia production: web creation, virtual reality, video game , online music and animation.
The DLA Call for Projects targets projects at the initial stage of development, seeking partners and funding, and innovating in form, storytelling,
content or technology.
Applying dates : 15 november 2018 - 13 january 2019
20 november 2018
E-health initiatives and projects in Southern countries
Platform of reference and networking of actors of e-health in low-income and middle-income countries, the Observatory of e-health opens its 3rd call for applications to identify and support initiatives with high potential in the countries from South.
Until February 15, 2019, project leaders (pilot or operational) using information and communication technologies (ICT) to improve access to quality healthcare and medicines in southern countries are invited to submit their application by completing the online form.
The selected projects will be referenced in the Observatory of E-Health in Southern countries: www.odess.io.
Through this form, candidates will also have the opportunity to compete for the Observatory Awards, which will be awarded on July 1, 2019 for the annual conference. The laureates will benefit from a financial and technical support of 1 year by the Pierre Fabre Foundation.
Applying dates : 20 november 2018 - 15 february 2019
27 September 2018
Innovation for Women in Africa AFD Digital Challenge
The third edition of the AFD Digital Challenge is dedicated to reduce inequalities between men and women on the African continent. The competition is aimed at f start-ups which offer innovative services that promote gender equality....