The 4th AUDA-NEPAD accelerator is accepting applications


Home Grown Solutions Accelerator for Pandemic Resilience, a programme run by AUDA-NEPAD, is accepting applications from healthcare businesses in Africa for its fourth cohort.

According to the objectives of Agenda 2063 and the African Union’s Energise Africa Initiative, the Home Grown Solutions (HGS) Accelerator for Pandemic Resilience seeks to boost the expansion of African healthcare companies and increase the continent’s capacity to withstand pandemics.

This is accomplished by providing early-, growth-, and mature-stage healthcare enterprises with individualised, hands-on support. The accelerator programme was started by the official Japanese government agency for development aid, the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), in collaboration with the African Union Development Agency (AUDA-NEPAD).

The programme was successfully extended throughout Africa in 2022, when it supported its second cohort of 14 companies, after the pilot in 2021 supported five in East Africa. The third round of the programme, which supported nine more ventures, was launched in 2023.

These have included, among others, DrugStoc, MDaaS Global, Revital, Rology, Sinapi, and Zuri Health; applications for the most recent call for applications are now being accepted.

You can submit your application till May 14th.

To apply or for more information visit the website.


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