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Win $33,000! Youth Driven Development Grant Competition in MENA

Ihssane Loudiyi's picture

Are you a young enterpreneur (between the ages of 15 and 30) or organization with a small-scale youth project, addressing the thematic areas of youth development supported under the Global Public-Private Partnership for Youth Investment (GPYI): entrepreneurship, civic engagement and empowerment?

Are you from any of the following eligible Middle East & North Africa (MENA) countries: Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Syria, Tunisia, or West Bank and Gaza?

Then you might be eligible for the the Youth-Driven Development Grant Competition (YDD), which is a new initiative managed by Social Development Department of the World Bank under the Global Fund for Youth Investment (GFYI), housed within the GPYI.

You can find more details about this competition, including guidelines, eligibility criteria, and proposal forms here. For any questions, or to submit your proposal in Word format, please email gfyi@worldbank.org.  

 

Proposals in Arabic, English, or French are due by Friday January 15, 2010.

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