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Apply Now: $100,000 for Your African Educational Technology Solutions

By Wayan Vota on September 7, 2020

 

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The novel coronavirus pandemic has exacerbated challenges in Africa’s education system and reinforces the need for innovative and scalable COVID-19 Digital Response solutions in education.

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We can reorient Africa’s education and training systems with the skills, innovation and creativity required to nurture African core values and promote sustainable development using:

  • Digital connectivity
  • Online and offline learning
  • Teachers as facilitators and motivators of learning
  • Safety online and in schools
  • Skills focused learning

$100,000 ICT4Edu Grant Funding

Via the Innovating Education in Africa Expo 2020 Award, the African Union Commission (AUC) and Innovating Education in Africa Expo seek educational technology solutions that focus on one or more aspects of the education delivery system including:

  • Data management and analytics
  • Teaching and learning management software
  • Teaching and learning materials
  • Student and teacher assessment
  • School connectivity
  • Education hardware and infrastructure
  • School administration

Applicants should be entrepreneurs 18-35 years old and selected ICT4Edu innovations can receive $100,000 USD cash grant funding, participation in entrepreneurship training, and inclusion in the Africa Education Innovations Handbook 2020.

Apply Now! Deadline is September 25, 2020

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Wayan Vota co-founded ICTworks and is the Digital Health Director at IntraHealth International. He also co-founded Technology Salon, MERL Tech, ICTforAg, ICT4Djobs, ICT4Drinks, JadedAid, Kurante, OLPC News and a few other things. Opinions expressed here are his own and do not reflect the position of IntraHealth International or other ICTWorks sponsors.
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8 Comments to “Apply Now: $100,000 for Your African Educational Technology Solutions”

  1. Daniel says:

    I would like to be part of the programme. I look forward to showing my innovation to you all. Thank you.

  2. Aishat says:

    I would like to be part of the program and I will be very grateful. Thanks

  3. Daniel says:

    I would be really excited participating in the event
    Thank you

  4. Pere says:

    I’d love to join apply in on this project but direct all energy and resources to empower mostly girls and women. The digital gender gap needs to be bridged in Africa,

  5. Margaret Christiana Mansaray says:

    Notify me when posted

  6. Messier Heri says:

    Hi. Wondering if using our community network platform to create an educational network that inter-connects multiple schools can apply the idea.

  7. Andhrapradesh state in india Ngos elgible this funding please send message our email

  8. Elongima Bundu says:

    On behalf of SisTec, I write to first appreciate your institution’s interest and partnership support to the furtherance of ICT Education work with young people particular young woman and girls in Sierra Leone.

    SisTec Sierra Leone looking at training 200 young woman and girls including Schools pupils computer hardware and software for free. I have been doing very well in schools and colleges please see links of our activities: https://moyambacomputerschool.webs.com/activities.htm

    SisTec GirlGOICT has clear social and ecological benefits, but it is not a long-term solution to equipping our society and economy to deal with social security. However, I am also looking at training young people starting October, 2020 by bringing the youth together to provide a central forum to develop an improved understanding and assessment of the ICT Educational impacts in the South and in the North of Sierra Leone; allow discussion and development of informed decisions on practical adaptation strategies in different areas of ICT Education in Sierra Leone, as well as the development of appropriate mechanism for continuous information exchange on online impacts and adaptation amongst the districts in my country Sierra Leone.

    We are asking you to please support us with funds to train teachers, students and young people.

    Thanks so much for your concernand hope to hear from you again.