Scaling Digital solutions for the Hard-to-Reach Communities and Last Mile Customers. 

Access the support you need to scale your solution and significantly improve services for hard-to-reach communities. 

The DigiEx Program,is an initiative under the Mastercard Foundation Digital Economy program. The Accelerator program is designed to empower potential Technology Solution Partners by facilitating the identification, development, and deployment of use cases that leverage the program’s Components for scale. By providing comprehensive support, DigiEx equips you with the tools and resources to unlock the full potential of your digital solutions.

Unlock the Potential of Your Solution

Joining DigiEx Accelerator Program offers a plethora of benefits to enhance your digital solution’s impact:

Selection Criteria

DigiEx is best-suited for providers of scale-ready digital solutions seeking to optimize how they serve the hard-to-reach for scale, that are typically: 

Effectively owned by Ugandan citizens OR are a foreign-owned entity fundamentally seeking to partner with one or more local Ugandan Solution Providers to serve the hard-to-reach 

In existence for more than 2 years 

Have an existing post-revenue solution serving hard-to-reach communities 

Solution is anchored in the Agriculture, Education, MSME resilience, Health or Humanitarian sectors 

Solution has at least 5,000 net monthly active users OR $5,000 in net monthly recurring revenue 

Solution Provider must have at least 2 Engineer with intermediate to advanced skills in Kotlin, React Native or Flutter 

Solution Provider is actively or about to commence fundraising 

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Call for Innovators with Scalable Digital Solutions Empowering Hard-to-Reach Communities and Last Mile Customers 

Don’t miss this extraordinary opportunity to take your digital solution to new heights. Join DigiEx Accelerator Program and make a lasting impact on hard-to-reach communities and last mile customers. 

Ongoing Application through the year.

Download the Digital Economy Program Bulletin