Injini EdTech Incubator Programme Now Accepting Applications
Applications are open for the Injini EdTech Incubator programme.
They are looking for eight edtech innovations from across the continent to participate in their five-month incubation programme to run from July until December. Interested edtech entrepreneurs have until 3 April to apply.
Injini is the first edtech dedicated incubator programme on the African continent and presents an opportunity for edtech entrepreneurs based anywhere in Africa to get industry specialist mentoring, support, scale up and funding introductions, and early stage funding.
The incubation programme will entail workshops and mentoring aimed at developing disruptive edtech products and building businesses capable of scaling across Africa.
Programme participants will be provided with office space, accommodation and flights to Cape Town as well as a stipend.
In addition, the selected startups will get access to events where they can network and interact with edtech investors and institutions from around the world.
Eight startups from Ethiopia, Kenya, South Africa, South Sudan and Tanzania joined the first cohort working across data analytics, feature-phone based active learning systems and artificial intelligence. They are: Early Bird, M-Shule, Mtabe, Syafunda, Uthini, Yo’ Books and Zelda.