The Baobab Network, social impact technology accelerator is inviting Nigerian startups to join its 2019 accelerator programme.
Selected startups will receive $25,000 funding after a pitch session.
Apart from funding, the network says it also provides access to an investor network of 100+ venture capital and impact funds for startups.
According to information on its website, the Baobab Network works with founders who are building solutions across five high impact areas; access to healthcare, access to education, financial inclusion, food security, and environmental sustainability.
Applications are on a rolling basis and interested startups can apply via this link.
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