Unicef’ WASH Incubation program for women entrepreneurs

The "Women Innovators in WASH" is an incubation program aiming to support women entrepreneurs in Africa and Latin America with an innovative business project in the water, sanitation and hygiene sectors.

The Women Innovators in WASH Incubation Program’s overall goal is to sustainably improve access to safe and affordable Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) products and services for communities living in Ghana, Nigeria, Cameroon, Tanzania, South Africa as well as Brazil, Argentina, and Colombia.

Requirements
You are or identify as a woman and your business is women-led (or at least 50% of the founding team is female).
You are based in and your venture impacts Africa (Ghana, Nigeria, Cameroon, Tanzania, South Africa) or Latin America (Brazil, Argentina, and Colombia).
You have an early-stage innovation-based business (you have a business concept developed or an MVP recently launched) and your business is either a for-profit or a social enterprise.
You can dedicate at least 6-8 hours per week during the duration of the program (4 months) to work on the platform and have online meetings with your mentor.
You have access to a computer or tablet and a reliable and stable internet connection, as all the program will be online.
You speak fluent English (keep in mind the whole program and all activities related will be in this language).

Benefits

As a selected entrepreneur, you will benefit from a 4-month incubation and business mentoring program to further develop the viability of your venture, take part in sessions led by experts in the WASH sector, and pitch your business in front of a high-level jury for a chance to win a seed grant for your business.

Interested candidates should apply at: https://programs.bridgeforbillions.org/women-innovators-in-wash-entrepreneurs/

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