Go Global Africa 2020. The International Tech Hub Network’s Go Global Africa invites innovative startups working in fintech, agritech, health and clean energy from across Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa to join in-country masterclasses as well as a UK program. (Deadline Feb. 3)
The Digital Lab Africa call for projects targets artists, producers, designers, start-ups, students in the media and creative industries. The call is open to anyone from Sub-Saharan Africa having an innovative project in 5 categories: digital art, immersive realities,video game, animation and music.
DLA is looking for projects at initial stage of development, innovative in terms of narration, content or technologies.
United Nations Information Services Graduate Program. An opportunity for “outstanding graduate and postgraduate students from all over the world to deepen their understanding of the principles, purposes and activities of the United Nations.” (deadline Mar. 2,2020)
Royal Society Africa Prize 2020 for research scientists. The prize recognizes “outstanding research scientists based in Africa who are making an innovative contribution to the sciences.” (deadline Jan. 27,2020)
UNESCO residency for female filmmakers. The UN agency is offering two–week filmmaking programs to 10 young African women filmmakers from Burkina Faso, Kenya, Nigeria, Senegal and South Africa. (deadline Jan. 10)
Co-Creation Hub in partnership with Next Einstein Forum (NEF) has launched a call for the Sciencepreneur Investor Meetup – to find, identify and support Science-driven innovators, solving some of the continent’s biggest problems, with access to investors, training and resources. The top 5 winning solutions will take home $25,000 for each category.