Harambe Opportunities for African Innovators 2024-2025 (Funded)

Harambe Opportunities for African Innovators 2024-2025

Harambe Opportunities for African Innovators 2024-2025 (Funded) – The Harambe Entrepreneur Alliance Scholar Programme is a full-tuition plus fees award for Africa’s entrepreneurial leaders in 2024.

Harambeans are African innovators who have pledged “to work together as one” to unlock the potential of Africa. Over the last decade, Harambeans has spawned a series of tech-enabled ventures such as Andela, Flutterwave, and Yoco, which have collectively generated over 3000 jobs, raised over $2bn from Google Ventures, CRE Ventures and Accel.

How do I become a Harambean?
African innovators interested in becoming Harambeans must submit an application to the Alliance and be interviewed by Harambeans. Candidates who make it past the interview stage are given the designation of Harambean Affiliates and invited to attend the Harambeans Bretton Woods Symposium, where they will be officially recognized as Associates of the Harambe Entrepreneur Alliance.

Harambe Opportunities for African Innovators 2024-2025 Criteria

To become Harambeans eligible candidates must be of African birth or origin; currently enrolled in a college or university or be a recent graduate, and be at the early idea stage or advanced stages of a social or business venture focused on or related to Africa.

To gain access to specific opportunities within the Alliance i.e. Fellowships, Prosperity Fund, Scholarships please refer to the specific eligibility criteria for the opportunity.


  • Early Admission Deadline is September 30, 2023

  • Regular Admission Deadline is October 31, 2023


With over 3000 applications per year and 30 spots in each class, our competitive selection process enables us to assemble an exceptional cadre of African innovators.

About Israel Wellington Jeremiah

I work to provide access to global experiences to all through educational opportunities like scholarships, training and conferences, fellowships, grants and awards, jobs, internships , learnerships and volunteer programs.

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