LAPTOP Scholarships help young professionals from low- and middle-income countries to defray the costs of pursuing training opportunities in supply chain management. To learn more about past scholarship recipients, look below.

Funding now open

Through a generous grant from The David and Lucille Packard Foundation, we will award five scholarships, each valued at up to US$2500. Deadline for applications is the 3rd of March 2021.

Applicants must be from a low- or middle-income country at the time of application and intend to use the scholarship to pursue a course of study included in the LAPTOP database.

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How to apply?

  • Find a supply chain training in the LAPTOP database
  • Get a letter of acceptance from the training institution that you have identified in the LAPTOP database
  • Fill in this application form to apply for a scholarship

Previous Scholarship Recipients

Simplice Kamdem


Simplice credits his course of study for the promotion that saw him manage a multi-million dollar project.

Wadhah Hubaishi


Wadhah’s LAPTOP-supported course of study immediately supported his supply chain work in war-torn Yemen.

Clemence Matsika


This LAPTOP Scholar is today a frontline firefighter in Zimbabwe’s COVID-19 response.

Kossivi Afanvi


A LAPTOP scholarship helped this general practitioner and pediatrician in his work as Health Director of the Lacs District in Togo, on the Benin border.

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