Project Inspire 2014 Finalists: Esther Banda – Empower Women? One Young Zimbabwean says Yes, we can! Esther Banda, from Zimbabwe, intends to realize – and one which has earned her a place as a finalist in Singapore Committee for UN Women and MasterCard’s annual social enterprise competition, Project Inspire. The project is an ambitious idea […]
Project Inspire 2014 Finalists: Esther Banda – Empower Women? One Young Zimbabwean says Yes, we can!
Deadline: 30 April 2015 The Open Society Foundations’ Higher Education Support Program (HESP) is accepting grant proposals for projects that enhance the role of university communities in the advancement of human rights. Projects that address pressing, locally-relevant human rights issues and offer creative responses to these issues, fostering supportive and engaged universities which serve their […]
Deadline: 1 June 2015 The New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD) in collaboration with Southern Africa Network for Biosciences (SANBio) is seeking proposals from institutions and organizations to work in the area of value addition of indigenous and neglected foods. Focus Areas: Nutritional value of indigenous and neglected foods Indigenous post-harvest technology and processing to […]
Oak Zimbabwe Foundation The Oak Zimbabwe Foundation is to help maintain and develop Zimbabwean non-governmental social, health and educational organizations. Oak Zimbabwe Foundation is a national program based in Harare. Oak Zimbabwe Foundation funds local organizations involved in caring and providing for the most disadvantaged and vulnerable people in Zimbabwean society. Oak Zimbabwe Foundation only […]