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UNU-INRA Call for Applications: Apply for Science Reporting Workshop for African Journalists

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Ghana

Type

Foundation/Charity

donor presentation

The United Nations University Institute for Natural Resources in Africa (UNU-INRA) is one of the 15 Research and Training Centres / Programmes of the United Nations University (UNU). The aim of the institute is to bridge the gap between science and natural resources management policies in Africa. UNU-INRA’s mandate is to contribute to the sustainable development of Africa’s natural resources in a way that maintains the quality of the natural environment and transforms lives.

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media & communication

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how to apply for grant

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International House Annie Jiage Road University of Ghana, Legon Campus Accra, Ghana. T: +233-302-500396 F: +233-302- 500792 E-mail: inra@unu.edu

Deadline: 31 March 2017

The United Nations University Institute for Natural Resources in Africa (UNU-INRA) and the United Nations University Maastricht Economic and Social Research Institute on Innovation and Technology (UNU-MERIT), in partnership with the UN Information Centre (UNIC), Accra, have announced a call for application for a Science Reporting Workshop, to be held on 6th -27th April, 2017 at UNU-INRA Office, 2nd Floor International House, University of Ghana Campus, Legon-Accra, Ghana.

The workshop aims to help bridge the gap between science communications and science journalism. It seeks to help people working in research, government and media to learn from each other, amid a global culture where ‘dumbing down’ is becoming the norm.

This will be a two-day training workshop, focusing on science communications and science journalism. The first day for science communications and the second day for science journalism, with focus on environmental journalism. The programme will be built on sharing good practice in science reporting: from writing to pitching to presenting to monitoring. This means turning theory into practice in interactive sessions, tailoring content for different groups, and then swapping roles. There will be plenary sessions for journalists, scientists and communication specialists, with the aim of gathering different perspectives from key actors – to clarify the challenges and identify potential synergies for science reporting.

Eligibility Criteria

The workshop is targeting science journalists, researchers and communications staff in Ghana and neighbouring African countries.

How to Apply

Applicants must submit an attached application form together with curriculum Vitae (CV) via email.

For more information, please visit Science Reporting Workshop.


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Nominations Open for Africa Food Prize: Recognizing the Heroes of Agriculture!

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Afghanistan

Type

Foundation/Charity

donor presentation

Le Prix de l’Alimentation en Afrique succède au Prix Yara qui a été créé en 2005. Essayez d’en savoir plus sur les anciens lauréats du Prix Yara et leurs contributions pour rendre des fermes africaines plus productives, plus rentables et plus résilientes.

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David Maingi au courriel dmaingi@agra.org ou par téléphone +254 780 909 013

Deadline: 5 June 2017

Africa Food Prize 2017 is now open for nominations, recognizing an outstanding individual or institution that is leading the effort to change the reality of farming in Africa—from a struggle to survive to a business that thrives.

The Africa Food Prize recognizes extraordinary women, men, and institutions whose outstanding contributions to African agriculture are forging a new era of sustainable food security and economic opportunity that elevates all Africans.

Building on the values and principles established by the Yara Prize, the Africa Food Prize puts a bright spotlight on achievements and innovations with transformative power that can be scaled and replicated across the continent to eliminate hunger and poverty and provide a vital new source of employment and income.

Award Criteria

The Prize Committee considers the following criteria for the Prize:

  • Contribution to reducing poverty and hunger and/or improving food and nutrition security in measurable terms
  • Contribution to providing a vital source of income and/or employment in measurable terms
  • Potential for transformative change through scalability, replication, and sustainability
  • Increased awareness and cooperation among African audiences and organizations
  • Proven leadership potential of the individual or organization, specifically the ability to persevere despite significant challenges or risks
  • Prize

    The US $100,000 prize celebrates Africans who are taking control of Africa’s agriculture agenda. It puts a spotlight on bold initiatives and technical innovations that can be replicated across the continent to create a new era of food security and economic opportunity for all Africans.

    Eligibility Criteria

    Any individual, academic institution, private or public organization. corporate entity, or government unit may submit nomination.

    How to Apply

    Interested entities may submit nominations online via given website.
    For more information, please visit Africa Food Prize .

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    YouthPower Learning Grants Request for Application: Advancing the Evidence Base for Youth Civic Engagement in Effective Peacebuilding for Mitigating Violent Extremism

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    USA (United States of America)

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    Foundation/Charity

    donor presentation

    We at YouthPower believe that young people are at the heart of solutions to the world’s greatest challenges. That’s why we’re dedicated to strengthening systems in communities to achieve sustainable outcomes in health, education, and political and economic empowerment. By helping young people pursue their aspirations, we empower them to contribute to, and benefit from, the creation of more peaceful and prosperous communities.

    fields of interest

    education

    geographic target

    how to apply for grant

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    Ronald Reagan Building 1300 Pennsylvania Ave NW Washington, DC 20004

    Deadline: 13 April 2017

    Making Cents International under the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is currently seeking applications for YouthPower Learning Grants for Advancing the Evidence Base for Youth Civic Engagement in Effective Peacebuilding for Mitigating Violent Extremism.

    The objective of the YouthPower Learning’s grant program is to engage US and developing country youth-serving and youth-led non-profit and for-profit organizations in efforts to further assess, evaluate, document, and disseminate innovative work in positive youth development (PYD) and cross-sectoral youth programming.

    Positive Youth Development engages youth, along with their families, communities and/or governments, so that youth are empowered to reach their full potential. PYD approaches build skills, assets and competencies; foster healthy relationships; strengthen the environment; and transform systems.

    Programme Activities

    YouthPower Learning’s main activities include:

  • Creating and managing YouthPower.org – the premier learning hub for enhanced knowledge sharing on PYD and cross-sectoral programming;
  • Fostering an inclusive, demand-driven learning network and communities of practice (CoPs) to improve skills, practices, and partnerships around international cross-sectoral PYD;
  • Developing indicators and related tools to bridge gaps across sectors and establish common measures to contribute to a comprehensive PYD framework;
  • Producing the definitive global meta-review of PYD literature to expand on the existing evidence base; and
  • Providing evidence and evaluation support through buy-ins to USAID using assessment, evaluation, research, learning, and project design technical assistance.
  • Award Information

  • Making Cents anticipates awarding up to US$240,000 through up to six individual grant awards of up to US$40,000 each (or local currency equivalent for non-US organizations).
  • The final amount will be dependent upon grant activities and final negotiation and may not be lower than $15,000

  • and not higher than US$40,000 each (or local currency equivalent for non-US organizations).
  • The duration of any grant award under this solicitation is expected to be no more than twelve months.
  • The estimated start date of grants awarded under this solicitation is June, 2017.
  • Eligibility Criteria

    This RFA is issued to ensure that all interested and qualified organizations have a fair opportunity to submit applications for funding. Making Cents will not accept applications from individuals. Foreign governments, state and local governments and US Government departments and agencies may also not apply for funding under this RFA. All applicants must be legally recognized organizational entities under applicable law.

    Making Cents reserves the right to fund any or none of the applications submitted.

    The following types of organizations located in the United States and developing countries (Geographic Code 935 see 22 CFR 228.03) may apply for funding under this RFA:

  • US and non-US non-profit organizations.
  • Institutions of higher education.
  • Charitable or private foundations.
  • Privately owned enterprises or firms.
  • Research or policy institutes.
  • Making Cents encourages: applications from new organizations who meet the above eligibility criteria; youth-led organizations to apply as lead applicants; and youth engagement in the research effort.
    Ineligible organizations include:

  • Private enterprises and firms who propose fees.
  • Private foundations established for estate managing purposes.
  • YouthPower Learning subcontractors that have a full subcontract, so as to prevent any potential conflict of interest.
  • Government entities or officers.
  • Political parties, groupings, or institutions or their subsidiaries and affiliates.
  • Organizations that advocate, espouse, or promote anti-democratic policies or illegal activities.
  • Faith-based organizations whose objectives are for discriminatory and religious purposes, and whose main objective of the grant is of a religious nature.
  • Any entity whose name appears on the List of Parties Excluded from Federal Procurement and Non-procurement Programs.
  • How to Apply

    The interested applicants who meet the eligibility criteria should prepare and submit an application accompanied by a budget, in English of not more than fifteen (15) pages, excluding required attachments.

    Grant applications must be submitted online via given website.
    For more information, please visit YouthPower Learning Grants.


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    Wellcome Foundation: Intermediate Fellowships in Public Health and Tropical Medicine in LMICs

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    UK (United Kingdom)

    Type

    Foundation/Charity

    donor presentation

    We’re a global charitable foundation, both politically and financially independent. We support scientists and researchers, take on big problems, fuel imaginations, and spark debate.

    fields of interest

    health

    geographic target

    how to apply for grant

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    contact@wellcome.ac.uk T +44 (0)20 7611 8888 F +44 (0)20 7611 8545

    Deadline: 8 May 2017

    The Wellcome Foundation is seeking applications for its “Intermediate Fellowships in Public Health and Tropical Medicine” to support research that will improve public health and tropical medicine at a local, national and global level.

    This scheme helps mid-career researchers from low- and middle-income countries establish independent research programmes in those countries.

    Benefits

  • An Intermediate Fellowship in Public Health and Tropical Medicine is for up to five years and cannot be renewed. It can be held on a part-time basis. Support includes:
    • a basic salary (determined by host organisation)
    • personal removal expenses
    • research expenses, directly related to proposal
  • Applicant can also apply for public engagement funds to involve the public in his/her research and inspire learning.
  • After completing a year of this fellowship, applicant can apply for enhancement funds. These funds allow him/her to explore new opportunities or paths of discovery, or support unanticipated costs.
  • Eligibility Criteria

  • Applicants can apply for an Intermediate Fellowship in Public Health and Tropical Medicine if they:
    • are a national of a low- or middle-income country
    • have a PhD or a degree in medicine and are qualified to enter higher specialist training
    • have three to six years postdoctoral experience.
  • If applicants don’t have a PhD or degree in medicine, foundation may still consider him/her if he/she have a first or Master’s degree and can show substantial research experience. Applicant must also:
    • have a strong track record in his/her area of research and show the potential to become a scientific leader
    • have sponsorship from an eligible host organisation in a low- or middle-income country
    • have a research proposal that is within the public health and tropical medicine remit.
  • If applicant have been away from research (e.g. for a career break, maternity leave, or long-term sick leave), foundation will allow for this when they consider applicants application. If applicant has taken formal maternity, paternity, adoption or long-term sick leave, foundation will allow an extra six months for each period of leave when we consider postdoctoral experience.
  • How to Apply

    Interested applicants can apply via given website.

    For more information, please visit MRC-GACD .


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    MRC-GACD: Prevention and Management of Mental Disorders in LMICs

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    UK (United Kingdom)

    Type

    Foundation/Charity

    donor presentation

    Based on priorities set out on our Strategic plan, we invest in research on behalf of the UK tax payer. Our research has resulted in life-changing discoveries for over a hundred years. Scientists apply to the MRC for funding for their research and applications are reviewed by panels of independent experts.

    fields of interest

    health

    geographic target

    how to apply for grant

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    13th floor, One Kemble Street, London, WC2B 4AN Tel: 0207 395 2330 Email: bookings@headoffice.mrc.ac.uk.

    Deadline: 11 April 2017

    The Medical Research Council (MRC), in partnership with the Global Alliance for Chronic Diseases (GACD) is currently seeking applications for its program “Prevention and Management of Mental Disorders” to prevent and/or manage mental health disorders in low- and middle-income countries (LMIC)as defined by The World Bank.

    The call will focus on implementation research proposals on child, adolescent and adult age onset mental disorders including, but not limited to, dementia, depression, schizophrenia, bipolar disorders, alcohol- and drug-use disorders, etc., in low- and middle-income countries (LMIC).

    The GACD aims to develop a global network of researchers that can enhance the cumulative learning across the individual projects, and work towards understanding how socio-economic, cultural, geopolitical and policy contexts have influenced results and how findings might be adapted and applied in different settings.

    Priority Areas

    Proposals must address one of, or a combination of the following items:

  • Structural interventions or evidence based policies designed to equitably improve mental health outcomes.

  • Early case detection and other secondary or tertiary prevention strategies as well as modalities of treatment, care and access to care which are amenable to scale-up.

  • Strategies and approaches to empower and engage patients, formal and informal care-givers in patient treatment and care.

  • Exploring the scale-up of family/community engagement in patient treatment and care.

  • Funding Information

    The MRC will invest up to £2m for this initiative. This amount is expected to fund several awards.

    Eligibility Criteria

  • Entities based in LMICs are eligible to apply.

  • Multidisciplinary team members have established a high quality track record in related fields of proposed research and pertinent to implementation science and they have the right balance of expertise given goal(s) of the research project.

  • Evidence that the research is jointly managed by researchers from high-income countries and LMICs where applicable.

  • Early career investigators are part of the team and strong training plan for research capacity-building is included.

  • Evidence that stakeholders such as decision-makers and service delivery partners have been actively involved in the research process including the selection and adaptation of the intervention if applicable and the research design.

  • Demonstrable engagement with the public and/or patient and community groups or other relevant stakeholder groups.

  • How to Apply

    Applications must be submitted online via given website.

    For more information, please visit MRC-GACD.


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    Environmental Respect Awards: Promotion de l’environnementalisme dans l’agriculture pour l’industrie et le grand public

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    USA (United States of America)

    Type

    Foundation/Charity

    donor presentation

    Now in its 27th year, the Environmental Respect Awards program exists to encourage and honor excellence in stewardship, educate retailers and distributors around the world on safe business practices, and promote environmentalism in agriculture to the industry and to the general public. The dealers and distributors who are honored with Environmental Respect Awards have displayed outstanding initiative and are shining examples of what it takes to make the world a safer, cleaner place in which to live and work.

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    Brian Dunay Associate Director brdunay@meistermedia.com 440.602.9115 Sue Betteley Administrative Manager smbetteley@meistermedia.com 440.602.9131

    Deadline: 13 March 2017

    Entries are open for Environmental Respect Awards program in order to encourage and honor excellence in stewardship, educate retailers and distributors around the world on safe business practices, and promote environmentalism in agriculture to the industry and to the general public.

    Objectives

  • To honor fertilizer/ag chemical retailers who are preserving and protecting the environment by operating their businesses in an environmentally sound manner to the benefit of their customers, employees and community.
  • To provide information on the excellence of these facilities in such a way that other retailers will be encouraged to improve their operation and involve themselves in leadership activities.
  • To share good news about environmentally responsible agriculture around the world.
  • Award Categories

    Accomplishments are honored for:

  • Demonstration of leadership in plant-site compliance, proper application techniques and retail safety of all kinds.
  • Display of concern for customer service and safety, and of environmental stewardship on behalf of farmer-customers.
  • Active participation in environmental stewardship and in safety education for employees, customers and the community.
  • Additional categories of achievement include:

  • Physical Plant Improvements
  • Waste Minimization
  • Emergency Response Readiness
  • Product Safety/Proper Use Education
  • Personal Commitment
  • Customer Involvement
  • Employee Education
  • Community Outreach
  • Innovative Technology
  • Educational Enrichment
  • Eligibility Criteria

    The Environmental Respect Awards program is for retail farm supply businesses who store, handle, sell, and/or apply crop protection products. NOT eligible are retail outlets owned by crop protection companies with an internal research & development organization.

    How to Apply

    Interested applicants must apply online via given website.
    For more information, please visit Environmental Respect Awards.

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    Appel à proposition de l’UNESCO pour l’innovation dans les villes:édition 2017

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    Afghanistan

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    Foundation/Charity

    donor presentation

    The UNESCO Creative Cities Network (UCCN) was created in 2004 to promote cooperation with and among cities that have identified creativity as a strategic factor for sustainable urban development. The 116 cities which currently make up this network work together towards a common objective: placing creativity and cultural industries at the heart of their development plans at the local level and cooperating actively at the international level.
    By joining the Network, cities commit to sharing their best practices and developing partnerships involving the public and private sectors as well as civil society in order to:

    strengthen the creation, production, distribution and dissemination of cultural activities, goods and services;
    develop hubs of creativity and innovation and broaden opportunities for creators and professionals in the cultural sector;
    improve access to and participation in cultural life, in particular for marginalized or vulnerable groups and individuals;
    fully integrate culture and creativity into sustainable development plans.

    fields of interest

    culture

    social development

    geographic target

    how to apply for grant

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    UNESCO 7 place Fontenoy 75007 Paris, France P: +33 (0)1 4568 1000 W:http://www.unesco.org UNESCO 1 rue Miollis 75015 Paris, France

    Deadline: 16 June 2017

    The UNESCO Creative Cities Network (UCCN) 2017 is currently open for applications with an aim to strengthen cooperation with and among cities that have recognized creativity as a strategic factor of sustainable development as regards economic, social, cultural and environmental aspects.

    By joining the Network, cities acknowledge their commitment to sharing best practices, developing partnerships that promote creativity and the cultural industries, strengthening participation in cultural life and integrating culture in urban development plans.

    The UCCN is a flagship programme of UNESCO for the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the 2030 Agenda, and the New Urban Agenda, at the local level.

    Priority Areas

    The UNESCO Creative Cities Network covers seven creative fields:

  • Crafts and Folk Arts,
  • Design,
  • Film,
  • Gastronomy,
  • Literature,
  • Media Arts, and Music
  • Objectives

    The UNESCO Creative Cities Network aims to:

    strengthen international cooperation between cities that have recognized creativity as a strategic factor of their sustainable development;
    stimulate and enhance initiatives led by member cities to make creativity an essential component of urban development, notably through partnerships involving the public and private sectors and civil society.
    strengthen the creation, production, distribution and dissemination of cultural activities, goods and services;
    develop hubs of creativity and innovation and broaden opportunities for creators and professionals in the cultural sector;
    improve access to and participation in cultural life as well as the enjoyment of cultural goods and services, notably for marginalized or vulnerable groups and individuals;
    fully integrate culture and creativity into local development strategies and plans

    Areas of Action

    The objectives of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network are implemented both at the level of the member cities and at the international level, notably through the following areas of action:

    sharing experiences, knowledge and best practices;
    pilot projects, partnerships and initiatives associating the public and private sectors, and civil society;
    professional and artistic exchange programmes and networks;
    studies, research and evaluations on the experience of the Creative Cities;
    policies and measures for sustainable urban development;
    communication and awareness raising activities.

    Eligibility Criteria

    Applications are invites from cities of the eligible countries listed below.

    How to Apply

    Interested applicants must apply online via given website.
    For more information, please visit UCCN 2017.

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    BBC World News: Lancement du Prix Komla Dumor

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    UK (United Kingdom)

    Type

    Foundation/Charity

    donor presentation

    Komla Dumor was a journalist of Africa. His passion was to tell African stories to the world with honesty and integrity.It’s a legacy that the BBC wants to continue.The BBC World News Komla Dumor Award will be made to an outstanding individual living and working in Africa, who combines strong journalism skills, on air flair, and an exceptional talent in telling African stories with the ambition and potential to become a star of the future.

    fields of interest

    media & communication

    geographic target

    how to apply for grant

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    email hubsupport@bbc.co.uk

    Deadline: 15 March 2017

    Applications are open for BBC World News Komla Dumor Award that is given to an outstanding individual living and working in Africa, who combines strong journalism skills, on air flair, and an exceptional talent in telling African stories with the ambition and potential to become a star of the future.

    Benefits

    The BBC will pay for the winner’s flights to and from the UK and for their visa.
    The BBC will also arrange and pay for the winner’s accommodation in London during their placement.
    The winner will receive £2,000 per month for the three month placement to cover their living expenses and a one-off payment of £5,000 as a contribution towards loss of salary in their home country.
    Some of the above may be subject to taxation (and deductions will be made as appropriate).
    The winner of the BBC World News Komla Dumor award will receive a once-in-a-lifetime training and development opportunity with the BBC in London, starting in early September 2017 and running for three months.
    Working with teams from across BBC News, the winner will produce an African story for the BBC and have their story and their voice shared across the continent and the world.
    They will be supported by a high-level BBC mentor and attend courses run by the BBC’s world-class training department, the BBC Academy.

    Eligibility Criteria

    To apply for this prestigious award, applicants must be currently living and working as a journalist in Africa with 3 to 10 years’ experience as a professional journalist in Africa. Applicants must also have the following skills and experience:

    Excellent journalism skills, including in digital and social media.
    Broadcasting experience is preferable.
    An excellent broadcasting voice and strong presenting skills with the ability to perform at the microphone with flair.
    The ability to identify and pitch a strong original African story idea aligned to the BBC editorial guidelines.
    Wide and up-to-date knowledge and understanding of the African continent, including politics, business, culture, history and sport.
    Fluency in English as a first or equivalent language.
    Additional requirements for all applicants:

    Applicants must provide a CV (maximum two pages) / complete a careers hub profile.
    Applicants must hold or be able to obtain by 1st March 2017 a passport that is valid until at least 31st January 2018.
    Applicants must not be a current or former member of BBC staff.
    If successful, applicant’s employer must be willing to release applicants for three months from September 2017 for applicants to travel on their own to take up applicant’s placement in London.
    The visa requires that applicants hold a degree or are studying towards a degree equivalent to a UK Bachelor’s degree from a recognised university.
    References, proof of employment, birth certificate, passport, an appropriate UK visa and proof of level of English will be required from shortlisted candidates.

    How to Apply

    Applicants can apply via given website.

    For more information, please visit BBC World News Komla Dumor Award.


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    Appel à candidature de l’association américaine des journalistes pour les pays en développement

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    USA (United States of America)

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    Foundation/Charity

    donor presentation

    Established in 1961 at the United Nations, Dag Hammarskjöld Fund for Journalists accepts applications from journalists from the developing nations of Africa, Asia (including Pacific Island nations), Latin America and the Caribbean to cover the United Nations General Assembly for approximately 10 weeks beginning in September each year. The fellowships offer a unique opportunity for promising young journalists from developing countries to observe United Nations deliberations and to report on its proceedings for news media in their home countries.The Fund’s program for journalists relies entirely on financial support from U.N. Missions, foundations, organizations and individuals.

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    Mailing address: 132 East 43rd Street, No. 457 New York, NY 10017 Phone: 917-577-4568 Email: contact@unjournalismfellowship.org

    Deadline: 20 March 2017

    The Dag Hammarskjöld Fund for Journalists is now accepting applications from professional journalists from developing countries for its 2017 fellowship program.

    The fellowships offer a unique opportunity for promising young journalists from developing countries to observe United Nations deliberations and to report on its proceedings for news media in their home countries.

    Over the past five decades, fellowships have been awarded to hundreds of journalists from the developing world. These awards require the presence of the selected journalist in New York during the first few months of the General Assembly session and should be regarded as an opportunity for news organizations and journalists to provide their audiences with special assignment news coverage from U.N. headquarters.

    Eligibility Criteria

    The Dag Hammarskjöld Fund for Journalists fellowships are open to individuals who:

    Are native of one of the developing countries of Africa, Asia (including Pacific Island nations), Latin America and the Caribbean. For 2017 only, the Fund will not accept applications from the countries of the 2016 Fellows – Argentina, Indonesia, Iran, and Tajikistan — in an effort to rotate recipient countries.
    Currently live in and write for media in a developing country.
    Are between the ages of 25 and 35.
    Have a very good command of the English language since United Nations press conferences and many documents are in English only.
    Are currently employed as professional journalists for print, television, radio or internet media organizations. Both full-time and freelance journalists are invited to apply.
    Have approval from their media organizations to spend up to three months in New York reporting from the United Nations.
    Receive a commitment from their media organizations that the reports they file during the term of the Fellowship will be used and that they will continue to be paid for their services.
    Documentation Requirements

    One must include all of the following documents with your signed application. Applications without the following documents will not be considered.

    Copies of representative selections of your work, such as newspaper clippings, audio tapes, video tapes or internet submissions. The selections must be work produced in 2016 or 2017 — not earlier. Entries with insight and originality will be considered most favorably. Investigative work is welcome. For newspaper clippings not in English, include an English translation or summary. If the reports you wish to submit with your application are posted on the Internet, please provide the url addresses.
    For audio tape and video tape submissions, include a written transcription or a summary in English, even if the originals are in English.
    Video submissions should be in DVD or CD (preferably NTSC) format. Radio applicants should send a CD with MP3 formatted files.
    Signed letters from two individuals who supervised you and can comment on your journalism experience and qualifications.
    Endorsement of the Fellowship application from the editor or director of the news organization that presently employs you. This endorsement must be originally signed and should:
    Grant you a leave of absence from your current duties in the event you are awarded a fellowship.
    Agrees to continue paying you for your services during the term of the Fellowship and agrees to use the reports you file from the U.N.
    States plans for using the reports you file during the fellowship.
    Summary statement. On a separate sheet of paper, explain in not less than 300 words why you are applying for this Fellowship and what you expect to gain from the experience.Two recent photographs (passport size or larger). Place these photos in a separate secure envelope and affix them to the front of your application. Do not staple the photos directly to the application form.
    A copy of applicant’s passport. Applications without a passport will not be considered.
    Note: Applicants and/or their employers are required to provide equipment necessary for the applicants to efficiently and effectively report from the United Nations. Such equipment should include a laptop or notebook computer, digital camera (if appropriate), audio/visual recording and equipment needed for transmission, especially for TV. Selected journalists must be prepared technically to file their news stories over WIFI, whether broadcast or print, and arrive with a computer enabled for WIFI.

    How to Apply

    The entire required documentation must be submitted via post.

    For more information, please visit United Nations Journalism Fellowships.


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    Appel à candidatures: Vaccins contre les épidémies mondiales dans les LMICs

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    UK (United Kingdom)

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    Foundation/Charity

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    Competition brief: vaccines for global epidemics - clinical

    fields of interest

    health

    geographic target

    how to apply for grant

    adress 1

    email support@innovateuk.gov.uk phone 0300 321 4357

    Deadline: 12 April 2017

    The Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI) in partnership with the Department of Health and the Medical Research Council, is currently seeking applications from the eligible organisations for developing of vaccines for global epidemics.

    This competition aims to support the clinical development of candidate vaccines against 12 diseases. The UK Vaccine Network has identified these diseases as a priority because they have the potential to cause epidemics in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs).

    The competition is a single stage. It covers carrying out clinical development of vaccines up to and including phase IIb trials.

    Priority Areas

    This competition will support projects seeking to develop candidate vaccines and vaccine platform technologies at the clinical stage. The aim is to enable an effective and rapid response during future outbreaks of disease. The UK Vaccine Network has identified 12 pathogens as a priority:

    chikungunya
    Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever
    ebola
    hantavirus
    lassa fever
    Marburg virus
    Middle East respiratory syndrome
    nipah
    plague
    Q fever
    Rift Valley fever
    zika

    Funding Information

    It is expected that individual contracts will be valued up to £3 million. Projects should last between 24 and 36 months.

    Eligibility Criteria

    This competition is open to academic, industry and government bodies. One must demonstrate that their product has a realistic route to exploitation. However, it is recognised that this is a complex procedure, given the priority diseases listed.

    How to Apply

    Eligible entities must apply online via given website.

    For more information, please visit this link.


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