Deadline for Applications: March 16, 2023 | 2023 King Baudouin African Development Prize
The King Baudouin African Development (KBF) Africa Prize honors African organizations that improve the lives of Africans in a sustainable manner.
The Prize, which is given every other year, aims to raise awareness of the many inspiring tales, difficulties, and achievements coming out of Africa. Beyond its 200.000 euro monetary value, it provides its winners with exceptional chances to boost their profile and advocate for their cause to global audiences.
|2023 King Baudouin African Development Prize
|All African natives
|200,000 euro monetary value
|March 16, 2023
Benefits of 2023 King Baudouin African Development Prize
- Beyond its 200.000 euro monetary value, it provides its winners with exceptional chances to broaden their profile and advocate for their cause to audiences around the world.
- The KBF Africa Prize honors institutions that were founded in Africa, were founded by Africans, and are managed and led by Africans.
- The Prize gives particular attention to efforts that transformatively address African concerns, are adaptive and resilient in a setting that is continuously changing, have a long-term vision, and enable people to take control of their own future.
- Only organizations that were founded in Africa by Africans and are managed and directed by Africans are eligible to apply. Organizations working on the subjects of waste management and peace-building, as well as organizations from Nigeria and Somalia (countries of the previous laureates), are urged to refrain from the 2023–2024 edition to ensure variety among the laureates (themes covered by the two previous laureates). Consult the selection criteria document for additional details.
An impartial Selection Committee made up of 12 international specialists meticulously chooses the KBF Africa Prize winner.
For Additional Information
Visit the King Baudouin African Development Prize website.