Rewarding remarkable contributions to development in Africa.
The King Baudouin African Development Prize (KBF Africa Prize) rewards outstanding contributions to development in Africa, initiated and led by Africans. The Prize is awarded every two years and aims to draw public attention to the many inspirational stories, challenges and successes emerging from the African continent. Beyond its financial value of 200,000 euros, the Prize offers its winners unique opportunities to increase their visibility and promote their cause to international audiences.
- we manage the call for nominations and the award of the KBF Africa Prize, whose winner is selected by an independent international jury
- and we organise promotional activities for the Prizewinner’s activities and ideas, in Europe and Africa, as well as in the United States and Canada with KBFUS and KBF CANADA.
Financial support for a key member of Wecyclers (winner of KBF 2018-19 Africa Prize) to further his knowledge/impact on the circular economy and environmental sustainability.
In Guatemala, offer a coaching programme (including career guidance, mentoring, accountability and sexual health education) in secondary schools to young people, who often come f…
Salesiennes missionnaires de Marie Immaculee
Supporting the philanthropic institution 'Doctor Typhagne Memorial Charitable' (DTMC) in Tamil Nadu, India, which provides intensive care to patients with HIV, tuberculosis or le…
King Baudouin African Development Prize
The KBF Africa Prize (King Baudouin African Development Prize) rewards outstanding contributions of individuals or organizations in the development field in Africa.
For peasants' dignity (Fund)
Support for vulnerable households in Burundi and elsewhere in Africa to help them develop an integrated family farm, inspired by the book « Pour la dignité paysanne » (2018).
Dr Denis Mukwege - Panzi Hospital Fund
Purchase of medical material, study grants (for doctors, psychologists and parajurists) in the DRC or elsewhere, support for social reintegration projects, building health centre…
Bogaletch Gebre Fund for Girls Education in Ethiopia
Supporting KMG-Ethiopia in expanding its successful transformative approaches in new areas in Ethiopia and in setting up a first Girls College