Nominations for the Africa food Prize

FAQs about Nominations
Which individuals or organizations are eligible for the Prize?

The Africa Food Prize can be awarded to any individual or identifiable group of individuals, as well as to established institutions, associations, organizations or government bodies with a formal and recognized judicial and organizational structure contributing to the overall objectives of the Prize.

Does the nominee need to be an African citizen or of African descent?

Not necessarily. The Africa Food Prize can be awarded to any qualified candidate, irrespective of nationality, profession or location, as long as their work, and outcomes of the work, have had a clear impact on the African situation, nationally, regionally or for the continent.

Is the Prize awarded for a specific achievement and does it need to be within a certain period of time?

The Prize can be awarded with reference to a specific contribution or achievement, or a series of efforts and results in the recent past, preferably within the last few years.