Brave Woman Empowerment 2023 Registration Begins – Apply Now

Brave Woman Empowerment 2023

Brave Woman Empowerment 2023 registration is now ongoing, apply now. BRAVE Women Nigeria allows you to access up to $40,000 – $50,000 to invest in the innovative ideas, skills & talents of Nigerian youths aimed at turning them into entrepreneurs, wealth creators, and employers of labour. The BRAVE Women Program is a 5-year multi-donor fund implemented in Yemen, Nigeria, and Burkina Faso.

About BRAVE Women Nigeria

Business Resilience Assistance for Value-adding Enterprises for Women in Nigeria (BRAVE Women Nigeria) is part of the Women Entrepreneurs Finance Initiative (We-Fi) funded through the Islamic Development Bank-funded. Nigeria’s Bank of Industry is executing it. It combines training elements for 600 firms and grant-matching for 500 women-led SMEs, 20-30 lead firms, and ten business associations to support growth and resilience. The Project seeks to enable an empowering business environment for women entrepreneurs in Nigeria and strengthen their resilience. This phase of the Project is being implemented in Lagos and Abuja.

We are pleased to announce that the BRAVE application portal is now open to all looking to be part of our new set of project beneficiaries in Lagos and Abuja.

Are you a woman-owned or woman-led SME?
Is your business in the Aric, Textile, Energy, Education, and Health sector?
Is your business operation in Lagos and Abuja?

Register to become a BRAVE women beneficiary today

Brave Woman Empowerment 2023 Available Grant

  1. Women-owned/led Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (SMEs)

Lagos and Abuja only

 The implementation of this round of applications is subject to approval from the donor.

Available Grant: $5,000 – $15,000

2. Lead Firms

Available Grant: $40,000 – $50,000

  • Lead firms are large companies with commercial relationships with at least 20 Micro, Small, and Medium Scale Enterprises MSMEs.
  • They buy finished products or semi-processed products from the MSMEs and are active in the business sectors of agri-business, education, health, textile/garments, and energy.
  • They can be located in any part of Nigeria but must have dealings with MSMEs in at least one of the project states of Lagos and Abuja.
  • The lead firm must also have commercial business with at least two major actors in its business sector value chain.

3. Business Associations & Cooperatives

Available Grant: $40,000 – $50,000

  • Business Associations must have many active members and provide services to them in the business sectors of agri-business, education, health, textile/garments, and energy.
  • The business associations must provide training, market expansions, cost-saving innovations services, etc. to members and represent their interests at state and national levels.

Lagos and Abuja only

The implementation of this round of applications is subject to approval from the donor.

To register and submit your application, visit www.bravewomenng.com/register today.
Applications close once the available spots are filled or at 11:59 pm, January 31, 2023, whichever comes first.
CONTACT DETAILS:

BRAVE Women Nigeria
Third Floor,
BOI House,
Independence Avenue,
Central Business District,
Abuja, FCT

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