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African startups to win development funding via the AfCFTA Vision Challenge

AfCFTA Vision Challenge will focus on startups working on manufacturing, good governance, technology, trade, agriculture, health, and the environment


African innovators can now raise funding for their ideas through the new Africa Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA vision challenge). Among the ideas identified to power, its agenda are Food Security, Agriculture, Technology, education skills, and Natural Capital and Environment.

What do the innovators stand to gain?

Innovators will receive potential investment in their ideas from Africa’s leading banks and development finance institutions. Examples are Ecobank, Equity bank, TDB, BADEA, CIB, and Afreximbank.

AfCFTA is expected to begin on January 1st with a summit of the Heads of State & Government taking place on December 5 to lay the foundation for this crucial development. AfCFTA will maximize Africa’s advantages such as a young workforce, plenty of natural resources, exceptional culture, creatives, and intellectual resources.


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