Applications Open for IWGIA’s Indigenous Youths Program

Deadline:13th November 2017

OPEN CALL: IWGIA calls for innovative concept notes for projects for and by indigenous youths relating to one of the overall thematic priorities of IWGIA’s work: Climate action, Global governance, or Land rights.

Projects selected will be:

  • Innovative!
    In relation to IWGIAs work with indigenous peoples’ rights, innovation means: help IWGIA and our target groups and partners to solve challenges faced by indigenous peoples in new, effective ways. Either through new methodologies, new partnerships with formations IWGIA usually has not been collaborating with, or by developing new devices, means of communication or other innovative solutions. Innovation implies a willingness to take some risks and try out new things – this is also the case for the IWGIA innovation lab.
  • Be based on new forms of partnerships with i.e. private sector, knowledge institutions, tech institutions, other NGOs, networks etc.
  • Have potential to generate further funding
  • Have up-scaling potential
  • Introduce new methodology to challenges faced by young indigenous peoples
  • Be able to yield initial results within 1-2 years
  • Fall within at least one of the pre-defined areas of climate change, land rights or global governance.

Other selection criteria

The call is open for indigenous youth organisations, who have received international donor funding previously.

The activities supported under this call should be carried out in one of the following countries: India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Peru, Bolivia, Kenya or Tanzania or be regional or global in scope.

For proposals that are regional or global in scope, activities and/or target groups of the activities have to be from countries on the OECD-DAC’s list of developing countries in the categories ‘Least Developed Countries’, ‘Other Low-Income Countries’ or ’Lower Middle-Income Countries and Territories’.

Project duration should not exceed 2 years.

Maximum budget: 45.000 USD.

Technical requirements

2-pages concept note for an innovative project that falls within the criteria listed in this document can be submitted (use the IWGIA innovation lab concept note below). Because of the very limited budget available for this call, IWGIA envisions supporting only 1-2 projects.

Download Concept Note by clicking on the link below
https://www.iwgia.org/images/documents/innovation-open-call-concept-note.pdf

Application deadline

Send the concept note to sil@iwgia.org no later than November 13th, 2017.

Why Violet Mbiti Foundation,Vijana Network International Limited and Youth County Projects Kenya exists
Everything we do, we believe in challenging the status quo, we believe in thinking differently. The way we challenge the status quo is by offering quality projects and opportunities that will empower socially, economically and politically the lives of 16 million unemployed youth from the 47 counties in Kenya that we believe we will reach. Want to partner with us?

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Author: youthcountyprojects

This platform seeks to fill the knowledge and awareness gap regarding youth projects being implemented in the 47 counties in Kenya. It also highlights projects focusing on youth being implemented in 47 counties in Kenya by the national government,county governments,donor agencies,civil society organisations (CSOs),Non Governmental Organisations (NGOs),Donor Agencies,Community Based Organisations (CBOs),private sector and individuals and their impact to the communities. The projects lie within the social pillar,economic pillar and political pillar as enshrined in Vision 2030. Email: youthprojectskenya@gmail.com Facebook Page: Youth Projects Kenya Twitter : @YouthProjects

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