The Leading African Women in Food Fellowship (LAWFF) Program 2024

The Leading African Women in Food Fellowship (LAWFF) Program is a transformative initiative designed to empower and celebrate women leaders in the African food and agriculture sector. Over a six-month period, the program provides training, mentorship, and a supportive community for outstanding female disruptors, entrepreneurs, policymakers, chefs, trendsetters, and storytellers. The program’s comprehensive approach includes media engagement, global recognition, and ongoing monitoring and evaluation to ensure its effectiveness and impact. LAWFF is not only about empowering women but also catalyzing positive change within the broader agrifood ecosystem.

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Our Vision

We envision an Africa where women are recognised and celebrated as architects of change in the food and agriculture landscape. We strive to foster an inclusive, innovative, and sustainable food ecosystem that reflects the diversity and brilliance of African women.

Eligibility Criteria

  •  Women, ages 25-40 years
  •  At least three years experience working in the agri-food sector, with demonstrable impact
  •  A citizen of an African country and resident in an African country at the time of application

Program Component

  • Amplify, celebrate, and champion the work of African female changemakers in food and agriculture.
  • Dedicated data-based curriculum for training and knowledge dissemination.
  • Six months of training sessions by leading experts and global mentors.
  • Facilitate access to critical connections and resources to advance the innovative work of female changemakers in the food ecosystem.
  • Engagement of program fellows in activities such as peer-to-peer learning, sharing experiences, establishing buddy systems, networking, conducting assessments, and collaboratively creating innovative solutions.
  • Diagnostic tool assessments to evaluate the program’s effectiveness and impact on the fellows.
  • Media and advocacy opportunities, provision of local and international platforms for the beneficiaries to engage stakeholders, access financing, advocate for effective policies, and drive sector-wide change.

For more information about The Leading African Women in Food Fellowship (LAWFF) Program 2024, VisitAFRICAN FOOD CHANGE MAKERS | LAWFF’s OFFICIAL WEBSITE

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