Submissions open for Intel Community Reach Program

Deadline Date: May 31, 2024

Donor Name: Intel

Grant Size: Not Available

The Intel is making a call for proposals for projects that can enable population in underserved areas (and or communities) in the member states of the African Union to have access to education including in STEM, healthcare, agriculture, environmental services, fintech solutions, or digital skills readiness; for financial, social and tech equity; using or planning to use Artificial Intelligence (AI) and/or broadband connectivity.

Organizations, enterprises, startups, SMEs and institutions that are working towards alleviating social challenges using AI and/or broadband connectivity, to unlock Africa’s enormous digital landscape are welcome to apply. Women tech entrepreneurs are encouraged to apply.

Technical Support

  • Support will be offered based on the judging. Support may consist of technical, consultancy and financial support. You will be notified via email within 30 days from judging. If after seven (7) days of the second notification to acknowledgement or response is received the support may be forfeited.
  • Substitution or transfer of the support offered by Intel is not allowed and may not be redeemed for cash. You accept responsibility for all federal, state, and local taxes and fees in connection with the project and receiving support from Intel. Intel is not responsible for applications not received due to lost, failed, delayed, or interrupted connections or miscommunications, or other electronic malfunctions. Intel is not responsible for incorrect or inaccurate entry information, whether caused by you or any other persons or by any of the equipment or programming associated with or utilized in the application process.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Project must be in one of the member states of the African Union.
  • Project must be present in underserved areas (rural, sub-urban, and urban communities) serving vulnerable populations.
  • Project must be tackling social challenges in the area of education including STEM, healthcare, environmental services, agriculture, fin tech solutions, and digital skills readiness.
  • Project must be enabled or planned to be enabled by AI and/or broadband connectivity.
  • The legal entity working on the project (Organizations, enterprises, Startups, SMMEs and institutions) must be registered in the country or in one of the countries where the Project is performed.
  • Project can be either local, national, or transnational in the African Union countries.
  • The call for proposals is open to residents of the member states of the African Union. All national and local laws and regulations of the applicant’s country of residence apply. Residents of countries under U.S. embargo are not eligible to enter. Applicants must be 18 years of age or older. Employees, officers, and representatives (and members of their immediate families and those living in the same household of each) of Intel Corporation, its parents, subsidiaries and affiliated companies, advertising and promotion agencies and any company involved in the design, execution, production or judging of this the Call for Proposals are ineligible. Void where prohibited.


  • All entries must be in English.

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