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Egypt: MINT Incubator is accepting applications from early-stage businesses at the minimal viable product or growth stage. Executed in partnership with Cairo Angels, the sector-agnostic incubator program provides equity-free support to early-stage start-ups. Apply here
Deadline: Jan. 30, 2022
Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Rwanda, Uganda: Making More Health Accelerator is accepting applications for the 2022 cohort of its business growth program. Selected innovators will receive financial support as well as high-impact strategic support on a project or initiative to drive the growth, impact and sustainability of their businesses. More information is available here.
Deadline: Jan. 31, 2022
Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Uganda, Zambia: GrowthAfrica Accelerator is taking applications for its 6-month growth strategy programme. Benefits for participating start-ups include bespoke company support, access to mentors & industry experts, and investment support. Apply here.
Deadline: Feb. 28, 2022
ASIP Accelerator Program is taking applications from early-stage start-ups looking to scale through corporate and public sector partnerships. Participating start-ups will receive program benefits valued at €500,000. Apply here.
Deadline: Jan. 28, 2022
Home Grown Solutions Accelerator for Pandemic Resilience is calling for applications from growth and mature-stage African healthcare innovators contributing solutions to strengthen African healthcare systems. Selected companies will receive highly customized advisory support from the program’s extensive network of support organizations. More information is available here.
Deadline: Jan. 31, 2022
A 2021 survey of African start-up founders showed that close to two-thirds of founders spend at least three days per month, on average, on fundraising. This guide, published by Catalyst Fund, shares insightful tips to help African start-up founders get smarter about the fundraising process and optimize time better.
If you know of an organization which offers funding or support to businesses in African health tech, please let us know. Our team evaluates each support opportunity to share with our community of innovators.
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