The World Food Program (WFP) is accepting applications for it's Innovation challenge. It's on the look out for start ups or companies that are developing solutions for stronger and more sustainable food systems, tackling hunger and enabling global partnerships on food security.
Winning startups will get up to $100,000 in equity free funding, mentorship and have the chance to engage the World Food Program.
Innovations from startups that apply must be designed to fight hunger, protect communities from events that cause food shortage, allow access to safe and nutritious food and actualize equitable livelihoods for people across the world.
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Source: Connect Nigeria