Call for entries for 2015 Innovation Prize for Africa
August 4, 2014 Editor 0
The African Innovation Foundation (AIF) has called on African innovators to submit their entries for the fourth edition of the yearly Innovation Prize for Africa (IPA), which aims to enable and encourage African pioneers to develop creative ideas and techniques to overcome developmental challenges faced by the continent and support sustainable development. Entries would be evaluated based on their originality, marketability, scalability, social impact and their scientific or technical aspects and could be entered under five categories – agriculture and agribusiness; environment, energy and water; health and wellbeing; information communication technology applications; and manufacturing and services industries.
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