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    Equipping HER TO BUILD AFRICA's FUTURE

  • #HERFUTUREAFRICA

    We equip young African women with the skills, confidence and networks to launch technology-enabled businesses that improve the lives of women and girls.

    #HerFutureAfrica is an initiative by the Africa Technology Business Network , a social enterprise working to harness technology for sustainable development in Africa.

    We provide entrepreneurship skills, access to global networks and mentorship to young women across Africa equipping them to be innovators and change-makers in their communities.

     Learn more about our programme

     

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  • PARTNERS

    #HerFutureAfrica is an initiative developed and led by the Africa Technology Business Network (ATBN), co-funded by Comic Relief & DFID under the Common Ground Initiative and delivered alongside local in-country partners.

    Africa Technology Business Network

    Accelerating technology impact in Africa

    The Africa Technology Business Network (ATBN) is a social enterprise and global network focused on nurturing technology innovation to drive sustainable growth and development in Africa.

    Women in Tech Africa

    Supporting women in tech across Africa to positively impact their communities

    Women in Tech Africa is a pan-African network of women in over 30 countries that is dedicated to supporting African women to leverage technology to positively impact their communities.

    iSpace Ghana

    Helping technology startups grow faster

    iSpace provides startups with a dedicated co-working space, community gathering point and network for driving entrepreneurial success.

    Common Ground Initiative

    Supports the work of African diaspora communities engaged in international development

    The Common Ground Initiative is co-funded by Comic Relief and the Department for International Development (DFID). It is based on the belief that the African diaspora in the UK are significant contributors to social change in Africa but that their work is often overlooked by funders, non-governmental organisations, governments and the business sector. We believe that greater support would enhance social development in Africa.

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