Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
The call for applications is open from 16th October, 2023, to 5th November, 2023. The mentorship and acceleration are scheduled for January 2024 to September 2024.
Please submit your application on [website link], and the evaluation team will assess how your solution aligns with the objectives of this call.
Yes, this is possible. We can explore tailored options. Please contact us at email@example.com.
Yes, as long as you meet all other eligibility criteria detailed at [website link].
Shortlisted applicants will be guided to create pitch videos for jury sessions.
Yes, audited financials are required to demonstrate your business's profitability.
The company needs to demonstrate alignment with AfDB's focus on empowering youth for entrepreneurship and job creation in climate adaptation and resilience, using Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) technologies responsibly. Additionally, compliance with national regulations and a clean legal record are required.
Only registered companies with more than 2 years of operation are eligible to apply.
The business must have been in operation for more than 2 years.
This cohort supports female-owned businesses, but the impact created by the business should benefit all members of the communities they operate in.
You can preview all the questions offline and later copy them into the online form.
You can find the application form [here](https://kcicconsulting.com/YouthADAPT/)
This cohort of the YouthADAPT challenge is structured to support female-owned businesses.
Unfortunately, you need to demonstrate two years of profitable operations, which you do not have at the time of this call.
You can visit the Bank’s country offices to explore potential partnership opportunities.
51% of shareholding should be female.
Only if they can demonstrate >51% of shareholding should be female
Both details of the co-founders are required in the application.
If the enterprise can demonstrate the use of other 4IR technologies, it could be eligible. See detailed eligibility criteria [here](https://kcicconsulting.com/YouthADAPT/eligibility-criteria/).
If the trial has demonstrated a track record over the last two years, it is possible.
No, you need to demonstrate profitability over the last two years with audited financial statements