The Baobab Network Technology Accelerator.

We run a world -class accelerator programme supporting Africa's boldest innovators to scale homegrown solutions. Our accelerator programme is designed to give you the funding and platform you need to take your company global . We offer start-ups $50,000 USD in funding and a 3 month cohort program including personalized two week consultation sessions with tailored support , in exchange for 10 % equity .Our venture team works with our portfolio to accelerate growth ,build capacity and unlock the next funding stages to help companies scale.

Grow your business programme-AMI

Take your business to the next level with AMI practical business growth programme offered FREE doe a limited period as part of the Kenyan research study.

EU SIFA Innovation Funding window III

The Skills Initiative for Africa Financial Cooperation is an African Union Commission intervention implemented by the African Union Development Agency with financing from Germany and the European Union through KfW Development Bank. The Programme provides grants for selected innovative projects that will contribute to higher productivity, employability, and job promotion for African youth. The EU SIFA Innovation Funding Window III (FW3) is designed to support innovative skills development approaches in Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET), which showcase new or improved ways of making skills more accessible, relevant, and recognised for employability. Emphasis is on products, services, and processes that will contribute to employment-oriented skills development for young people in Cameroon, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, South Africa, Togo, and Tunisia.

LEGEND (Leveraging Equality for Gender-Inclusive Economic Development project.)

The LEGEND project will provide support to hundreds of SMEs, thousands of SEs, and 100 associations, and offer women and youth essential resources and training.

Madica Pre-seed Investment Program

Madica is a 12-18 month structured investment program for African startups - especially those that receive a disproportionately small share of venture funding, such as those led by women or by local founders or those that operate outside well-established tech hubs.

Nomfro Technologies- Entrepreneurship Empowerment Projects (NTEEP 2023)

Nomfro Technologies’ Entrepreneurship Empowerment Project (NTEEP) is a project by Nomfro Technologies that seeks to identify and support innovative startups whose activities can create solutions and employment in Africa.

GIZ- develoPPP Ventures Ideas Competition

Suitable start-ups to be funded through develoPPP Ventures are selected during an open ideas competition. This takes place twice a year and is open to all start-ups that meet the conditions for participation. Depending on the target country, the funding contract is concluded with one of the two implementing partners, DEG Impulse gGmbH or Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH.


SIP is an accelerator fellowship that empowers young changemakers through a holistic approach of building their capacity, connections, and credibility.


RSWR supports income-generating, self-employment projects for poor women who are members of a self-help group.


RSWR supports income-generating, self-employment projects for poor women who are members of a self-help group.

The Business Partnership Facility Grants

The King Baudouin Foundation is seeking applications for its Business Partnership Facility (BPF) Grants Program to give financial support to companies contributing to SDGs in developing countries.