2020 Orange Corners Nigeria/ Fate Foundation Entrepreneurs Programme for Aspiring Entrepreneurs in Lagos
Deadline: July 11, 2020. Through Orange Corners they provide young entrepreneurs with a 6-month incubation progamme. At the same time, Orange Corners serves as a bridge between these innovative entrepreneurs and the private sector. This offers a great benefit to all partners involved. Orange Corners is an initiative of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in collaboration with a local service provider. ELIGIBILITY 1. Open to a Nigerian young person. 2. Between the ages of 18 – 35 3.
2020 STEMi Kuongoza Mentorship Program for Women and Girls Across Middle East, South Asia and Africa
Deadline: July 20, 2020.. The Project Kuongoza is a Mentorship and Fellowship program that empowers women and girls across Middle East, South Asia and Africa to lead andbecome more experienced for Africa’s workforce in STEM. This solution is a first-to-market initiative that pairs young girls aged 15 - 25 to Professional women Mentors in STEM where we build a society that guarantees equal access to socio-economic, equitable opportunities, help young girls access new markets,
Deadline: July 22, 2020. Applicants should be professionals with between 5 to 10 years of experience in foreign and national security policy and who are working in government, think tanks, media, and the private or non-profit sectors. For participation, applicants need to be based in the Washington, D.C., area. The program is unpaid and nonresidential. Successful applicants are expected to attend the monthly seminars (to be held after working hours), although additional events and meetings will be
Deadline: July 10, 2020. The African Institute for Investigative Journalism (AIIJ) currently has openings for three(3) fellowship opportunities for individuals interested in developing a career paths in the art of investment journalism. The fellowship opportunity aims are identifying and supporting journalists that will contribute towards media practice that impact and cause social changes. RESPONSIBILITIES Conducting research and analysis on the current practices of investigative journalism in Uganda and the African region; Support the AIIJ's programs of work
Deadline: July 23, 2020. The impact of climate change is not a distant threat, its effects are being felt right now by millions around the world in the form of rising sea levels, extreme weather systems and devastating droughts. The sorry truth is that those most affected by climate change are those who are least responsible for its causes and least well equipped to withstand its effects. The Mary Robinson Climate Justice Award was created
Deadline: July 8, 2020. The Centre for Infectious Disease Research in Zambia (CIDRZ) is a non-governmental research organisation working in partnership with the Ministry of Health and supports work across 300 health facilities in the country. It is renowned for its work in HIV and TB prevention, care, and treatment, as well as more recent work on vaccines and diarrhoea under the Enteric disease and Vaccines development research unit (EDVRU). The unit provides a