The Fight for Access Accelerator program aims to find and foster social enterprises that bring innovation and solutions to the main challenges of access to adequate water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) in pursuit of prevention and reduction of diseases such as diarrhoea, cholera, and malaria in Nigeria.
“I had an incredible experience during the FFA accelerator, but my highlight was discovering tools such as the Theory of Change and Impact Measurement and Management Framework. Through the program, I was able to align our business activities with our impact goals. These tools helped me understand the outcomes we need to achieve to make a meaningful difference in the world, and I'm excited to continue applying them in the future.”
- Kgalabi Mongatane, Founder of ECOBA, Fight for Access Accelerator Cohort 1 in South Africa
Want to go in-depth into the details of the Fight for Access Accelerator?
If you meet the eligibility criteria and are passionate about creating sustainable change in WASH in Nigeria, we encourage you to apply for the Fight for Access accelerator program.
- Please visit our website and complete the application form here.
- The application deadline is August 7, 2023. Shortlisted applicants can expect to be contacted by August 18, 2023.
- For any inquiries or further information, please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on WhatsApp at +234 9166415407
Join us in the Fight for Access Accelerator and be part of a community of changemakers dedicated to transforming WASH in Nigeria!
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