If you are a Kenyan, Rwandan or Ugandan college understudy between the ages of 18 to 28 years of age, the World Bank needs you to share your musings on youth and farming.
Application Deadline: fifteenth January, 2017.
About the Award: Now in its third year, the #Blog4Dev Contest is a thoughts sharing stage for youths in Kenya, Rwanda, and Uganda. This year, the World Bank needs you to share your musings on youth and agriclture.
For an opportunity to win a trip to Washington, D.C. in April 2017, talk about the accompanying inquiry in a unique blog of close to 500 words:
To cultivate or not to homestead: What openings exist for youth to thrive in agriculture and agro-business?
Offered Since: 2016
Qualification: Must be a Kenyan, Rwandan or Ugandan national living in your nation of origin, and be matured in the vicinity of 18 and 28, and the blog entry must be composed in English.
Choice Criteria: A board of judges made up of World Bank staff in Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda will audit the entries to decide the triumphant passages.
The triumphant entries will be chosen on the premise of the accompanying criteria:
Inventiveness and imagination
Potential for scale-up
Number of Awardees: 3
Estimation of Contest:
Prize: An outing to the Washington, DC, April 21-23, 2017
The main five blog entries in every nation will be distributed on the World Bank blog Nasikiliza, furthermore advanced in the web-based social networking channels:
Kenya: Facebook | Twitter
Rwanda: Facebook | Twitter
Uganda: Facebook | Twitter
Step by step instructions to Apply: Apply here
Visit Contest Webpage for subtle elements
Grant Provider: World Bank Group