Oxfam-EDC SME Impact Program 2020 for young Nigerian Entrepreneurs

Application Deadline: April 17th 2020

Oxfam believes SMEs have the potential to contribute to sustainable growth through increased employment, higher income and relevant products and services for people living in poverty, particularly small holder farmers, youth and women.

To help SMEs live up to their potential, we know they need more than capital alone. Hence, Oxfam provides tailor made business development services to support SMEs in Nigeria, Somalia, Uganda and Vietnam. We select businesses based on an assessment of their plans and financial potential and on the social impact that they expect to deliver for their community. To ensure businesses deliver on the latter, social impact is monitored consistently from the start and measured over a period of time.

Requirements

Agriculture (the entire value chain), Manufacturing, Producers of Women’s consumer product, ICT, Renewable Energy, Recycling

Entrepreneurs between ages: 25 – 45 Years

Annual turnover: N40 million & above

No of employees: 10 – 250 

Years of existence: At least 3 years 

Counterpart/commitment fee if selected: N75,000 

Step 1 – Register

Click on the registration button

Step 2 – Complete Application

Once you have successfully registered, log in and click the “Start Application” button on the Start Application Tab on this page. To return to your application, click the “save and continue” button and come back to it at any time. Once you are done with your application, click on the “Submit” button at the end of the form to send it to us.

Step 3 – Keep Informed

After the closing date you will be notified if you have been shortlisted for the next stage of the competition. Constantly check the Oxfam Programme homepage for regular updates.

For enquiries, email: [email protected]

Uju: 09090390990

Halima: 09099241623

For More Information:

Visit the Official Webpage of the Oxfam-EDC SME Impact Program 2020

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