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Headline: UK Govt to support Nigeria female Tech

The UK Government has launched a Green Tech Programme through its UK-Nigeria Tech Hub. The programme is set to support 30 Nigerian female green-tech entrepreneurs. These female tech-preneurs will be trained in an intensive 12 weeks coaching sessions with the industry experts.

The coaching sessions is expected to boost the capacity of the entrepreneurs, as well as the likelihood of the enterprises to scale and become more sustainable businesses.

The Hub, in collaboration with Future Females as the implementing partner, has taken this next step as part of its pledge to help drive clean, resilient and inclusive recoveries in Nigeria, shaping the low carbon economy of the future that will create new jobs, attract green investment and protect the environment for future generations.

How to apply

The programme commences on May 24th 2021 and applications to participate will close on Friday, 7th of May 2021. Interested Nigerian female green-tech entrepreneurs can apply here https://futurefemales.typeform.com/to/hg6bBbv9



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