2020 Applications Are About to Open!
As we enter into the New Year and celebrate our Decennial, we are looking forward to receiving your application and welcoming a new cohort to the Anzisha Fellowship!
HERE ARE THE IMPORTANT DATES FOR 2020 APPLICATION CYCLE
- 15 February 2020: Open Applications for Anzisha
- 1 April 2020: Applications close.
- May 2020: phone interviews and due diligence visit with the semi-finalists, and final selection
- July 2020: Announcement of the top 50 Finalists of the 2020 edition of the Anzisha Prize
- August 2020: Announcement of the top 20 2020 Finalists
- October 2020: Anzisha Business Accelerator and Anzisha Prize Awards Forum
Download the application guide to see if you are eligible for the prize, and when the time comes, apply!
It’s never too early to start getting ready to apply next year
To ensure that you submit a high quality application to be considered for the 2020 Anzisha Prize Application cycle download our application guide below which includes tips and tricks to guide you towards submitting a high quality application. It is never too soon to start, after all, the early bird does indeed catch the worm first!
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Download the guide and make sure you are eligible to enter:
- You must be between 15 and 22 years old with an ID document or Passport to present as evidence. Anyone born before November 1, 1998 or after October 31, 2004 will not be considered.
- You must be a national of an African country with a business based in Africa for African customers/ beneficiaries.
- Your business must be up and running. The Anzisha Prize is not for great ideas or business plans – you must have already started, and be able to prove it! You have time to get started now and have tangible results to share before applications open.
- Your business, invention or social project can be in any field or industry (science and technology, civil society, arts and culture, sports, etc.). Any kind of venture is welcome to apply.
- Individuals who apply must be one of the founding members of a business (for example, 2 or 3 co-founders who started up the project together)
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