Are you a young African farmer or agripreneur developing innovative technology or ways to combat climate change, food waste, or malnutrition?
Are you a community organizer or a policy advocate working to make it easier for people to get enough healthy food?
Are you a changemaker working to make agrifood systems more equitable and sustainable?
The World Food Forum (WFF) Africa team is seeking nominations for young African changemakers who are working to make our agrifood systems more equitable and sustainable, and who can share their bold ideals, narrate their actions, and inspire others to follow in their footsteps.
- African Union Civic Tech Fund 2022 Fellowship
- Savvy Global Fellowship 2022 for Aspiring and Early-Stage Entrepreneurs (Fully Funded)
World Food Forum Requirements:
- Younger than 35 years old
- Identifies as African or is someone actively working to change agrifood systems in Africa
- Has their own vision of how to change Africa’s agrifood systems
- Has been taking concrete actions in accordance with her/his vision
- Supports the vision and goals of WFF*
- Is eager to inspire others by sharing their visions and experiences
(*All WFF activities are pro bono/performed on a voluntary basis)
Application Deadline World Food Forum
The deadline for World Food Forum applications is July 31, 2022.
World Food Forum Nomination Requirements
- One can nominate 1) her/himself or 2) others she/he knows well.
- Nominations can be submitted online at this link
- The WFF Africa team will reach out to selected candidates in the order applications are received. Applications will be accepted until 31 July 2022.
Contact: Momoka Tamura, WFF Africa Regional Outreach Coordinator [email protected]
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