Discussing alternative financing mechanisms has become a mainstream topic as Africa struggles to scale up money used to build renewable energy projects.
Small and medium-sized enterprises, particularly women-led, with a focus on sustainable energy solutions in Ghana, Malawi, Morocco and South Africa are encouraged to apply.
The call leverages social entrepreneurs’ talents, skills and innovations to not only address climate change but also pave the way for social and economic development in rural areas.
Women are at the heart of this transformation. Supporting female-led enterprises enables the inclusion of vulnerable groups more at climate risk and, in the process, accelerates the realisation of the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals.