Anonymous Hope Fund Scholarships for African Students: The program is accessible for the 2022–2023 academic year. The scholarships will provide financial assistance to full-time undergraduate, PhD, and MPhil students who wish to study and conduct research in a variety of fields throughout Africa.
About Anonymous Hope Fund
The Anonymous Hope Fund® is an international Organization established in 2017 with the mission of empowering, educating, emotionally encouraging, mentoring and practically assisting people in second and third world countries to live better and more successful lives by freeing them from poverty, violence, hunger and homelessness .
We do this through supporting humanitarian projects, assisting communities, directly funding individuals and funding several businesses which are aligned to our visions and missions .
As we are pushing to empower the next generation, Anonymous Hope Fund® has gained global outreach and recognition as an outstanding pillar of global financial support.
Our projects are not about quick wins, but rather about long-term successes. We want to ensure that the benefits of our work lasts over time and allows third world communities to develop their own unique economies in a sustainable manner, without becoming dependent on first world communities.
We constantly research and employ the best practices in our programs to ensure success over time and provide long-lasting benefits. Our desire is that our intervention would serve as a catalyst for communities to flourish.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): Anonymous Hope Fund
Host Institution(s): Universities in Africa
Scholarship Worth: $3000
Number of Awards: Several
Study Level: undergraduate, PhD, and MPhil
Nationality: International Students
Deadline : 27 November 2023
- Must be a citizen of the regions where we operate that are listed below
- Must be enrolled in a University
Funded tuition of up-to $3000 per semester
How to Apply for Anonymous Hope Fund Scholarships for African Students
Visit www.ahfgrants.com to learn more about our education grants.