APRIL - JUNE
Series of meetings with key ecosystem stakeholders and project implementing partners to design interventions and planning for project execution. Inspire100 sprint information sessions with local innovation hubs, youths organizations, LGAs and academic institutions informing them about the project and building partnerships.
JUNE - JULY
100 business ideas (startups) from 100 out of school girls are selected from the large basket of 200+ ideas. The selected ideas join 4 batches of Hack-Weekends, learning to use digital tools for their businesses and exposed to SRH knowledge, understanding SRHR and how to incorporate SRHR message into their social enterprises.
JULY - AUGUST
Ideally, 5 girls from each Hack-Weekend are selected to join the bootcamp making a total of 20 ideas (startups) moving to the bootcamp stage. Ideas joining the bootcamp will receive intensive short period training to further strengthen their ideas. Ideas from this stage will be further screened to select 10 that will join the accelerator as SRHR startups.
SEPTEMBER - JANUARY
The screened 10 ideas are joining the accelerator as SRHR startups. The selected 10 social business ideas are accelerated (capacitated) to build sustainable business models that incorporate SRHR messages. The finalist ideas are presented during the Demo Day giving them a chance to attaining potential partners, sponsors or investors.
We are looking for partners who will add more value to the program. If you believing in empowering underprivileged adolescent girls and young women contact us now.
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New Bagamoyo Road,
Dar es salaam, Tanzania