These are the winners of the 2019 national public's prize The Orange Social Venture Prize, like last year, features two votes, one country-based (now over) and another one set to oppose (in September) the qualified applicants from all African and Middle Eastern participating countries. After a careful review of the votes in order to ensure the fairness of the results,... Read more

Judges

  • President of the jury, ex CEO Sonatel, Sénégal Cheik Tidiane Mbaye Cheik Tidiane Mbaye
    President of the jury, ex CEO Sonatel, Sénégal
  • Orange Fab International Business Development Director Ludovic Centonze Ludovic Centonze
    Orange Fab International Business Development Director
  • Investor and entrepreneur Fatoumata Ba Fatoumata Ba
    Investor and entrepreneur
  • Director, Affaires Générales Orange MEA Matthieu Belloir Matthieu Belloir
    Director, Affaires Générales Orange MEA
  • Director, Orange Group CSR Brigitte Dumont Brigitte Dumont
    Director, Orange Group CSR
  • Chargé d’affaires chez Orange Digital Ventures, responsable des investissements pour la zone MEA Grégoire de Padirac Grégoire de Padirac
    Chargé d’affaires chez Orange Digital Ventures, responsable des investissements pour la zone MEA
  • Directrice de Bond’Innov Ninon Duval Farré Ninon Duval Farré
    Directrice de Bond’Innov
  • Fondateur de StartupBRICS Samir Abdelkrim Samir Abdelkrim
    Fondateur de StartupBRICS
The winners of 2018
OKO, Isahit, AnemiApp
Madagascar, Niger, Tunisie

OKO (1st Prize) gives access to micro-insurance services to farmers, even in remote areas, using satellite surveillance. Isahit (2nd) helps young women looking for a job or trying to create their business, by employing them for digital tasks. The AnemiApp application (3rd) addresses the scourge that is drepanocytose, a type of anemia, coaching sick individuals and helping them access better healthcare.