Nine LDM finalists vied for the top awards, with business plans addressing high priority, high-impact sectors in Libya. Winning entrants received a matching grant of $25,000-50,000 to help finance their company’s growth and expansions.
The new deadline for the Libyan Diaspora Marketplace is Monday, June 24th. Entrepreneurs have the chance to compete for matching grants of $25k to $50k plus technical assistance for their businesses.
The diaspora community has a uniquely important role to play in addressing the challenges of today and shaping a brighter future for tomorrow, says USAID Administrator Dr. Rajiv Shah.