Africa’s Missing Middle in Tech Funding

Africa’s female startup founders are among the most underfunded and over-mentored groups of entrepreneurs.  Yet they’re driving some of the most exciting and important changes on the continent. We’re proud to introduce this year’s Africa Innovators List: a dynamic group of over two dozen women from 12 countries and 15 sectors whose work dispels the myth that women are primarily focused on social sectors as opposed to areas that drive economies. This year’s list features innovators who are building robots in Cameroon for waste collection, tackling freight logistical challenges in Ghana, addressing low insurance penetration in Kenya, bringing indigenous pastoralist knowledge from the Sahel into global climate change discussions, training other women in tech, blending creative math design with fashion in Nigeria, addressing energy financing in Tunisia, and investing in pre-seed funding across the continent.

SOURCE: QUARTZ AFRICA

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