Register to participate in the HiiL Innovation Hub East African Justice Innovation Circle (JIC) and stand a chance to win a grant of up to £1,000 alongside other amazing benefits.
Application Deadline: September 24 2021
We are calling for applicants from the East African Region in the countries of Kenya, Tanzania,
Rwanda, Somalia, Burundi, Ethiopia, and South Sudan. The applicants should meet the selection
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The Justice Innovation Circle (JIC) is the key training component of the Justice Entrepreneurship School incubation program.
The incubation program is for startups that fit into the incubation stage, meaning there is a basic product, an MVP, but there is no traction, that is, the product is still not in the hand of users, or it’s only in hands of a small number of early adopter users, where we still do not see enough evidence that this product or business can work. In terms of the team status, there is a possibility that the team is also not yet solidified, where the size is 2 or 3, and new co-founders are coming in or leaving.
As such, the focus of the training at JIC is as the following:
The selection criteria for the incubation programme is as follows:
Opt-out at any time. No strings attached.