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HerMeNow accelerator invites Female-led African startups

The HerMeNow accelerator program has asked women-led social entrepreneurs in Africa and the Middle East and North Africa to apply if they are creating significant solutions for culture, attitude, and education.

The three-month HerMeNow program, which is entirely virtual, offers technical, financial, and mentorship assistance to 10 women-led social entrepreneurs in the accelerator phase as well as training support to up to 30 women-led social enterprises in MENA and Africa during the sprint phase.

Grant cash is given to chosen teams in addition to mentoring, training, and other forms of assistance. They do too. Participants are also invited to participate in a social entrepreneurship festival in Tuscany, Italy, in November 2022, which is sponsored by the HerMeNow team and its partners and will be broadcast live online as part of the program.

The organizers claim they firmly think that it is through these areas that transformational change may occur through unlocking answers to other crucial SDG concerns. The main focus is culture, attitude, and education.

Applications can be submitted online until August 16; the program will begin in October.




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