What is the Innovation Prize for Africa (IPA) and what is it hoping to achieve? How do applicants submit their innovations for the IPA? What are the IPA 2015 priority areas? If you would like to know the answers to these questions and to find out more about the IPA Competition, join us as we meet with the Director at Innovation Prize for Africa, Pauline Mujawamariya on Monday 8th of September at BongoHive. To attend this event, please register here.
About Innovation Prize for Africa:
Innovation Prize for Africa (IPA) provides $150,000 to winners who develop solutions to African challenges. With 2000 innovators from 48 countries entering in its first three years; IPA 2015 takes investment in unleashing and supporting sustainable African led innovation past half a million USD. The African Innovation Foundation (AIF) is calling on all African innovators to submit their entries for the fourth edition of the Innovation Prize for Africa (IPA) competition. The IPA is presented annually, enabling and encouraging African pioneers to develop creative ideas and techniques to overcome some of the challenges faced by the continent and support sustainable development. The award targets technological breakthroughs in the following areas: manufacturing and service industry, health and well-being, agriculture and agribusiness, environment, energy and water and ICTs.