How Britain is supporting Nigerian female greentech entrepreneurs

The British government has given support to green tech female entrepreneurs from Nigeria.

It is doing this through a programme tagged: “Future Females Business School Greentech Programme.”

Under the UK-Nigeria Tech Hub, Britain is supporting female Nigerian entrepreneurs who are building greentech businesses and are looking to impact their respective communities/industries.

The greentech programme is intended to help female-driven green businesses overcome any self-limiting beliefs, and give them the tools and support needed to successfully start and grow their business.

The UK-Nigeria Tech Hub says this programme will not only grow green businesses, but will help Nigeria build a resolute green finance base for climate-friendly projects.

The deadline for application is May 7, 2021.

“We want to hear all about your business – to ensure this programme is the right path for you. We can only take a limited number of entrepreneurs through this programme, to ensure you get the hands on support that will help you succeed. So we want to be sure we are working with the DOERS – the people who are going to take ACTION throughout the programme.”

UK-Nigeria Tech Hub


Applicants MUST be based in Nigeria.
The business MUST be a GreenTech business which solves a problem and impact respective communities/industries.

Qualifying startups include:

✅ Waste Management
✅ Generation of power
✅ Water management (harvesting, filtering/treatment, and metering)
✅ Farmer’s Market
✅ Organic produce & retail
✅ Green blogs
✅ Eco-friendly fashion
✅ Eco-friendly beauty or cleaning products
✅ Upcycling furniture
✅ Green app development
✅ Used bookstore
✅ Herbal remedy
✅ Food plant nursery and such other industries.

Are you interested? APPLY HERE.