FemBioBiz Season 1 winner gets AIF 2018 nomination

Global Health Biotech Founder: Prof Keolebogile Shirley Motaung

FemBioBiz Season 1 winner, Professor Keolebogile Shirley Motaung’s two natural solutions for skeletal regeneration and repair ointment/cream La-Africa Soother and Plant based morphogenetic factor implants (PBMF) has been shortlisted  amongst the best Top 10  applications for the $185,000 Innovation Prize for Africa (IPA) 2018 in Afri

A new breed of entrepreneurs – Social Entrepreneurship

A new breed of entrepreneurs

As the African proverb says, “you empower a woman, you empower a nation”. Taking this powerful thought forward, the 2nd season of the FemBioBiz Acceleration Programme aims to trigger the possibility of empowering a generation by empowering the women.

Unsung natural resources reign supreme at FemBioBioz Phase 2 competition in Mozambique

FBB Moz Phase 2 Finalists

The phase 2 competition of the FemBioBiz Acceleration Programme participants echoed a common purpose: to use Mozambique’s abundant and underutilised natural resources to better the wellbeing of their communities.

FemBioBiz Phase 2 Results are in for South Africa & Lesotho

FemBioBiz phase 2 winners, judges and facilitators

The 2nd phase of the South African edition of FemBioBiz Acceleration Programme concluded on Friday last week in Cape Town, with four female bio-entrepreneurs selected to represent SA and Lesotho at the annual SA Innovation Summit to be held in September.

Namibia’s finest – FemBioBiz Phase 2 winners

FemBioBiz Phase 2 winners from Namibia

Four female entrepreneurs have won the Namibian round of the FemBioBiz Phase 2 competition, and will go on to compete at the South African Innovation Summit from 12-14 September in Cape Town. FemBioBiz is an acceleration programme and competition run by NEPAD SANBio through the Finnish-Southern African Partnership Programme BioFISA II, in partnership with regional partner organisations.

Malawi on the map – FemBioBiz Phase 2

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The second phase of FemBioBiz Season 2 has concluded for Malawi, home to a population of 18 million of which half sustains itself on agriculture. The country faces challenges in improving healthcare, creating employment and expanding its economy amongst others. Malawian female entrepreneurs however have the potential and vigour to play a central role in addressing these problems.