Innovate & PREVENT:                                Apply to our Re-use, Repair and Refurbishment Accelerator to Prevent E-Waste

Online • 21. January 2022

Innovate & PREVENT: Apply to our Re-use, Repair and Refurbishment Accelerator to Prevent E-Waste

Are you an NGO or private company that wants to start an innovative project to promote the reuse, refurbishment and repair (RRR) of electrical and electronic equipment (EEE) in low- and middle-income countries? This is your chance!

Apply for the RRR Accelerator to get access to funding between €10,000 and €20,000 as well as tailored non-financial support in the preparation and implementation of your project idea! The RRR Accelerator is looking for innovative projects that support RRR which can be implemented in a five-month period between May and September 2022.


How to apply

You can apply for the programme if you are an NGO or private company registered in a low- or middle-income country and have been active in the EEE/Waste EEE sector for at least 1 year. You are welcome to apply with other project (international) partners, the company in the lead is eligible for funding.

Start the application process by downloading and completing the following Application Template.

Submit the finalised application form as a PDF document to The application deadline is 21 February 2022.

Should there be any questions during the application process you can contact

If your proposal is short-listed, you will be invited to do a face-to-face online pitch in March. Read our Accelerator Guideline for more background on process and selection criteria.

Timeline of the RRR Accelerator programme

Your benefits

  • Up to €20.000 of funding
  • Exclusive access to peer learning and capacity building sessions
  • Expert coaching and mentoring
  • Individual project- and spending plan development support
  • Professional marketing and outreach support

The RRR Accelerator is implemented by adelphi and funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). It is part of the Innovate & PREVENT programme of the PREVENT Waste Alliance.