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Scholarships for Women in Africa for 2024-2025

by Roveen Anyango
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Today, we get back to our ongoing series linking you to scholarship opportunities from Africa and beyond.

The opportunities today are a mixture of education and career so, choose the one that best applies to your current situation.

BMGA Fellowship Program for Young Women University Graduates and Final Year Students

The BMGA Fellows Program is a social impact initiative which aims to increase the number of female university graduates across Africa, narrowing the gender gap.

This is a six-month online blended program in which women gain access to knowledge and resources they need to improve their employability skills.

So, if you are a young woman from Africa or Asia, are a final year university student or early career professional (less than three years’ post-university work experience), have an excellent record, can speak, write and read English proficiently, then click here to apply before March 17.

OWSD Early Career Fellowship Program 2024

If you are an early career woman scientist who has already completed your PhD in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) subjects and are employed in an academic or scientific research institute, then this is the opportunity for you.

Through OWSD, women will get to build their leadership and management skills, develop connections with different public and private sector partners and also improve their communication and outreach skills to help them attract collaborators and potential funders.

At the end of the two-year fellowship, a prestigious award of up to $ 50,000 is granted.

So, if you meet the requirements, click here to apply before March 14, 2024.

GIZ-SAIS Female Founder Award 2024

The SAIS Female Founder Award is an initiative by the Scaling digital Agriculture Innovations through Start-ups (SAIS).

The SAIS vision is to transform food systems ‘by being the leading community for tech ventures in the developing world.’ Thus, the startup must offer solutions that lead to income growth, improved nutrition or adaption of climate change.

Through the SAIS Female Founder Award, the aim is to strengthen visibility of female-led startups.

So if you are an African woman who (co)founded and runs a start-up, have technical experience in your area of expertise, promote female visionary leadership and foster a culture of diversity, click here to apply before February 29, 2024.

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