King Hamad Youth Empowerment Award to Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals 2018


King Hamad Youth Empowerment Award to Achieve the Sustainable Advancement Goals 2018

Deadline: October 30, 2018

Applications are invited for the King Hamad Award for Youth Empowerment to Attain the SDGs 2018. First of its kind, this global award comes as an expression of the company faith of His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, King of Bahrain, in young people’s capacity to lead their countries and the world to a better shared future of peace and success for all individuals on a healthy and eco-friendly planet, as visualized by the world’s most enthusiastic plan to change our world– The 2030 Program for Sustainable Development.The award recognizes young individuals’s endeavour to be efficient and productive residents, adding to the well-being of their neighborhoods and environment, as well as organizations that improve the allowing environment and facilities for youth to make an impact, in all United Nations Member States. The kingdom of Bahrain believes that buying the abilities, energies and resourcefulness of young individuals brings about the very best yields for sustainable development and future well-being of any nation.As of the 2018 Award Cycle, the King Hamad Award for Youth Empowerment to accomplish the SDGs will have 2 primary categories; one for youth action, granting 5 Awards, and a 2nd for youth enablers giving 3 Awards.The King Hamad Youth Empowerment Award in the youth action classification is worth$20,000 and the NGOs/Foundations in the Youth Enablers category

  • deserves$ 25,000, to be sent as a one-time grant completely after the awarding ceremony All winners of the King Hamad Youth Award will be welcomed to attend the awards discussion will take place in the Kingdom of Bahrain Flights and lodging will be paid by MYS for each of the 8 winners All winners concur to willingly get involved in media briefings and declarations that MYS or the UNDP might
  • require as follow-up to receipt of the award Open to applicants from all UN member states; Youth Action Classification: Applicants could be specific youth above the age of 15 years and listed below the age of Thirty Years; a youth-led entity (specified as any entity, in which a minimum of 50%of existing management/leadership is listed below age of 30
  • ); or a youth-focused entity(defined as any entity, in which a minimum of 90%of resources serve youth above 15 and below 30 years of age). Youth Enabler Category: This category is open to entities that are legally acknowledged and signed up in a UN member state, in among the following four sectors: The governmental and public sector; The personal sector; NGOs/foundations, The media All applications should be submitted in English.About Jude Ogar Jude is a teacher and youth advancement specialist. He is very enthusiastic about the development and development of youths, especially those in Africa. You can get in touch with him on Facebook
  • (Jude D’genius Ogar )or Twitter @dgeniusjude

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