The Top 8 Most Applied For African Opportunities, Grants & Scholarships in August

In case you missed them, they are still ongoing. With our very good analytical eye, we have come up with the very best list of the best/ most applied for African Opportunities i.e. Ashinaga, Madela Washington Fellowship among others. Read more about them below;


  1. USADF African Agricultural Grants 2022 

USADF African Agricultural Grants 2022 financing will support solutions that extend your organizations’ own capabilities to increase your revenues, create jobs, improve farmer incomes, and achieve sustainable market-based growth.


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2. Mandela Washington Fellowship 2023 – YALI 

deadline: September 13, 2022

Apply now for the Mandela Washington Fellowship 2023 to be a part of the next generation of African leaders!

The Mandela Washington Fellowship 2023 will bring up to 700 young leaders to the United States in the summer of 2023 for a comprehensive executive-style program designed to build skills and empower Fellows to lead in their respective sectors and communities.


3. Innovating Education In Africa $ 100000 in funding (call for submissions) 

Those who apply successfully will gain from one or more of the following:

Get grants of up to $100,000 to improve the integration of innovations with public education systems while gathering proof of their efficacy.
Publication in the Africa Education Innovations Handbook 2022 as part of the promotion of innovation to AU Member States and Development Partners.
Certificate of appreciation from the African Union’s Commissioner for Education, Science, Technology, and Innovation.


4. Applications are now open for the Global Leadership Challenge 2022 

The Global Leadership Challenge (GLC) aims to help emerging leaders to grow in the wisdom and character required for responsible leadership that makes a difference in the world — leadership that doesn’t simply seek to fulfil personal ambition but furthers societies’ sustainable development. GLC is a joint initiative of the University of Oxford and the St. Gallen Symposium – Applications are now open for the Global Leadership Challenge 2022


5. Grants for Grassroots Women’s Groups in Africa by the Melania Development Foundation ($ 5,000 in funding) 

In 1921, Melania was established. Over time, the emphasis has switched from empowerment to charity. But its fundamental tenet—supporting powerful women—has always been about mutual connection and still is – Melania Development Foundation Grants for African Women


6. Fully funded 2023/2024 Scholarships in Germany -DAAD 

Deadline: Varies per Program

With desire to educate Professionals for Sustainable Development, DAAD is welcoming applications for its different Fully funded 2023/2024 Scholarships in Germany.

With its development oriented postgraduate study programmes, DAAD promotes the training of specialists from development and newly industrialised countries. Well-trained local experts, who are networked with international partners, play an important part in the sustainable development of their countries. They are the best guarantee for a better future with less poverty, more education and health for all.


7. Ashinaga Africa Initiative (AAI) Scholarship 2023 (fully funded) 

Deadline: January 20th 2023.

Applications for the Ashinaga Africa Initiative (AAI) Scholarship 2023 are currently open, apply now!

The Ashinaga Africa Initiative is an international leadership program that cultivates the next generation of leaders to contribute to the development of sub-Saharan Africa dot it provides access to full financial support to study at university abroad (equivalent to an undergraduate degree), including tuition, room, travel costs and other necessary fees.


8. African Leadership and Management training for Impact in Malaria Eradication (ALAMIME) Programme 2022 (fully funded) 

Apply now for the Second edition of African Leadership and Management training for Impact in Malaria Eradication (ALAMIME) Programme 2022.

Deadline: 19th September 2022.

The Makerere University School of Public Health (MakSPH) with funding from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, in collaboration with schools of Public Health in five other high burden Malaria countries (Tanzania, Nigeria, The Democratic Republic of Congo, Niger and Burkina Faso) is implementing the African Leadership and Management training for impact in Malaria Eradication (ALAMIME) programme 2022.The program is soliciting applications for the Second cohort for the training. READ MORE


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