Suhuyini Food & Beverage Incubator

Application Deadline: March 27, 2021

The Food & Beverage Incubation is a program under the Women’s Entrepreneurship & livelihood Initiative designed to catalyze food innovations in Northern Ghana (Tamale) due to rising levels of gender and social inequality women in the food and beverage industry.

100 young women will experience unique learning experiences delivered through various COVID-19 recognized protocol methods such as e-coaching, e-learning, peer to peer networking, business training, access to market, access to capital and sexual gender violence based training.

Africa Skills Hub has partnered with Canada World Youth to implement the pilot of Women’s Entrepreneurship and Livelihoods Initiative (WELI), funded in part by Global Affairs Canada.

The project seeks to address COVID-19 challenges through a youth-centred and gender-responsive economic empowerment approach. This Project consists of a three-prolong approach mainly- Covid & SGBV Advocacy, Entrepreneurship Scale Up, and Access to Markets Initiative.

The uniqueness of this initiative is in its core use of innovative approaches such as a food and beverage all-female hub to unlock food creativity in northern Ghana. These women will have the opportunity to participate in the incubation and receive training on food and beverage standardization and innovation. This will ensure profitability and the ripple effects of these approaches will reach an estimated 51,000 direct and indirect beneficiaries in the targeted location.

Our first cohort will kick off in April 2021.

The Suhuyini Food & Beverage Incubation program offers many benefits to selected candidates including;



Key Dates:

Application Deadline: March 26, 2021