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Funding Opportunities for African Businesses

 

  1. USAID/Guinea & Sierra LeoneOpen Call for Private Sector

Deadline: 8-May-23

USAID/Guinea & Sierra Leone seeks to engage the private sector in finding solutions to development challenges through creative, market-based approaches that will contribute to development in Guinea and Sierra Leone.

USAID/Guinea & Sierra Leone calls for private sector solutions to strengthen the health system, improve good governance, and increase economic opportunities for youth and women.

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  1. USAID Open Call “GuineaLocal Health System Strengthening”

Deadline: 25-Feb-25

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Mission in Guinea is pleased to issue this Round for the implementation of an activity designed to strengthen local health systems in targeted geographic areas so that Guineans can access a higher quality of health care in their communities and local public health facilities.

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  1. NOFO: Promotion of Catalytic BusinessConcepts – Ready-to-Use Therapeutic Food in Nigeria

Deadline: 10-May-23

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded West Africa Trade and Investment Hub, implemented by Creative Associates International, Inc. (Creative), is seeking Expressions of Interest (EOIs) from eligible applicants to fund a program entitled Promotion of Catalytic Business Concepts – Ready-to-Use Therapeutic Food (RUTF) in Nigeria.

The overall purpose of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded West Africa Trade & Investment Hub (the Trade Hub) is to promote and expand employment, trade, and investment opportunities both within the West African sub-region and international markets.

 

  1. USAID-Rwanda: THRIVE Health Systems Strengthening Next Activity

Deadline: 17-Feb-23

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is seeking applications for a cooperative agreement from qualified entities to implement the THRIVE Health Systems Strengthening NEXT (HSS NEXT) activity.

The purpose of the THRIVE Health Systems Strengthening Next (HSS Next) activity is to increase the resilience of the Rwandan health system, optimizing resources to sustain quality services and equitable health outcomes for all Rwandans. The activity will support the USAID Vision for Health System Strengthening 2030’s three overarching health system goals of equity, quality, and resource optimization through a focus on the health system functions of health financing, leadership, management, and governance; and health workforce.

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  1. SEED Starter Programme for Ghanaian Entrepreneurs

Deadline: 14-Feb-23

SEED is inviting applications for its Starter Programme in Ghana. What does SEED Starter Offer? As a SEED Starter Team, you along with other aspiring entrepreneurs will … [Read More…]

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  1. 22nd Call for Proposals to support SMEs in the Commodity Sector

Deadline: 10-Apr-23

The Common Fund for Commodities (CFC) invites applications for financial support from qualifying projects. The CFC can offer a range of financial and technical instruments of … [Read More…]

 

  1. USAID/South Africa: Accelerate TB Elimination and Program Resilience Activity 2

Deadline: 29-Jan-23

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is seeking applications for a Cooperative Agreement from qualified entities to implement the Accelerate Tuberculosis Elimination and Program Resilience Activity (ACCELERATE), the flagship tuberculosis (TB) project which comprises two separate activities.

The purpose of ACCELERATE – Accelerate TB Elimination and Program Resilience Activity is to support South Africa’s efforts to achieve TB elimination through early detection, appropriate treatment and care, and prevention among vulnerable populations, particularly those infected with TB, drug resistant TB (DR-TB), or TB/HIV co-infection.

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  1. Mozilla’s Responsible Computer Science Challenge in Kenya

Deadline: 27-Jan-23

Mozilla and USAID are excited to announce that Responsible Computer Science Challenge (RCSC) applications are officially open in Kenya.

Mozilla and USAID are awarding 10 grants from a pool of $250 000 USD to innovation hubs and accredited institutions of higher education in Kenya that embed ethics into computer science programs and curricula.

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  1. USAID/Maliseeking Proposals for Doniya Taabolo Activity

Deadline: 27-Jan-23

The United States Agency for International Development in Mali (USAID/Mali) is seeking applications for a Cooperative Agreement from qualified entities to implement the USAID Doniya Taabolo Activity.

Applicants must be non-governmental U.S. and non-U.S. entities, otherwise there is no restriction. Entities such as non-profit organizations, profit making concerns, Private Voluntary Organizations (PVOs), Public International Organizations (PIOs), faith-based and community organizations, educational institutions, etc. are eligible to apply.

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  1. Request for Applications: Power Africa Off-grid Project (Kenya)

Deadline: 27-Jan-23

The Power Africa Off-grid Project (PAOP), a United States Agency for International Development (USAID)-contracted project implemented by RTI International, seeks applications to fund one or multiple awards to provide incentives, in the form of grants, to qualified organizations/companies to promote the adoption and scale-up of off-grid technologies for productive use to boost productivity, gender equality, and economic growth in the Kenyan market.

The grant will aim to enable projects to demonstrate innovative operation models that attract further investment in PUE and encourage uptake of PUE products by women. The grant should therefore improve affordability and accessibility of PUE services to translate local economic development successes into impact at scale, and help overcome barriers faced by women.

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