Innovations Against Poverty challenges the private sector to develop products, services and business models that can contribute to the fight against poverty and climate change.
Through our advisory and non-reimbursable funding, we support innovative Inclusive Business models that deliver developmental benefits for the low income population in both rural and urban areas, while being commercially viable.
The program is designed for companies which are operational or plan to enter the market (with a local partner in case of foreign companies) in the following sectors: ICT (Cambodia), Energy (Ethiopia), WASH (Uganda) and Agriculture and Food (Zambia)
IAP provides advisory support and non-reimbursable funding for up to 49% of the total investment to selected projects through competitive open calls for proposals.
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Last week, 26 January, we had our first Business Drinks of the year 2017. As usual, it has remarkably served members and partners to meet new people, chat about possible business opportunities, and introduce new agribusinesses.
More than 70 people attended the event, and we had the chance to listen interesting one-minute pitches.
Awot Berhane is a student at Addis Ababa University, and made a pitch about Green Innovation Hub, which he is a member. He told us that GIH is a student led initiative which channels youth ideas towards tackling climate change and promotes sustainable development.
Wendewesen Kebede is another young pitcher on our Business Drinks. He represents a group of Dairy Advisors who are well experienced on the dairy sector and have received practical trainings from well-known experts arranged by DairyBISS program and Fair and Sustainable Ethiopia. Wendewesen explained on his pitch that the Advisors group provides various d... Read more
Dans le cadre de son APPUI TECHNIQUE /APPUI AU VOLET ASSAINISSEMENT DU PROGRAMME WASH AU CAMEROUN, l’UNICEF a lancé l’avis de recrutement d’un Consultant dont la mission est de préparer le cadre technique et opérationnel de passage à échelle de l’approche ATPC.