World Habitat Awards 2016/17: Rewarding Innovative Solutions to Current Housing Needs & Problems of the World

Deadline: 29 April 2016

The Building and Social Housing Foundation is currently inviting individuals/organisation from all over the world to apply for its World Habitat Awards 2016.

The World Habitat Awards is presented at the World Urban Forum and UN-Habitat Governing Council events in April of each year, increasing opportunities for international exposure, networking and dissemination of the award winning approaches. Two awards are given annually to projects that provide practical and innovative solutions to current housing needs and problems. Every year an award of £10,000 is presented to each of the two winners at the World Urban Forum (even years) and UN-Habitat Governing Council (odd years).

Focus Areas

Housing projects and approaches are sought for 2016/17 Award that:

  • demonstrate practical, innovative and sustainable solutions to current housing issues faced by countries all around the world
  • can be transferred or adapted for use as appropriate
  • are already being implemented or are completed ie not at design stage or very early stages of development
  • view the term habitat from a broad perspective and bring other benefits as well, such as energy or water saving, income generation, social inclusion, community and individual empowerment, health benefits, capacity building or education.

Benefits

  • International recognition, awards of £10,000 will be made to each of the two winning projects.
  • Trophies will also be presented to the winning projects, and travel and accommodation costs will be met for one representative of each winning project to attend the awards ceremony.

Key Dates

For the World Habitat Awards 2016/17 cycle:

  • 29th April 2016 – Final deadline for receipt of submissions
  • June 2016 – Notification of shortlisted projects
  • 1st August 2016 – Deadline for further information from shortlisted projects
  • August 2016 to January 2017 – Evaluation of shortlisted projects
  • February 2017 – Announcement of the winners of the World Habitat Awards 2016/17
  • April 2017 – Presentation of the Awards at the UN-Habitat Governing Council

Eligibility Criteria

  • Any individual, organization or government who has an innovative and practical solution to housing needs and problems from any country of the world.
  • More than one entry can be made by the same individual or organization.
  • Entries should relate to housing projects and processes that are either completed or in progress. Those that are at design stage only or in the very early stages of development cannot be considered.
  • Previous entrants can re-submit in subsequent years providing that the project has been further developed in the intervening time period.

How to Apply

Applicants must fill the online application form available on the website.

For more information, please visit Apply for  World Habitat Awards 2016.

Swachh Bharat Mission (Urban) Awards 2015- Recognizing Excellence in Urban Sanitation

Swachh Bharat Mission (Urban) Awards 2015- Recognizing Excellence in Urban Sanitation
Deadline: 26 November 2015
India
The Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD), Government of India has launched Swachh Bharat Mission (Urban) – scheme for eliminating open defecation and for enhancing sanitation and public health outcomes in urban areas of country within five years from October 2nd, 2014 to October 2nd 2019 by providing technical and financial support to state and city governments…[more]

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Nominations Open for the Swachh Bharat Mission (Urban) Awards 2015- Recognizing Excellence in Urban Sanitation

Deadline: 26 November 2015

The Ministry of Urban Development (MoUD), Government of India has launched Swachh Bharat Mission (Urban) – scheme for eliminating open defecation and for enhancing sanitation and public health outcomes in urban areas of country within five years from October 2nd, 2014 to October 2nd 2019 by providing technical and financial support to state and city governments.

Nominations are invited for the awards that cover wide range of good practices across various categories that have resulted in enhanced quality of sanitation service delivery levels to the citizens at large and the poor and marginalized in particular.

Swachh Bharat Mission (Urban) Awards are instituted by the Ministry of Urban Development, Government of India in association with the Administrative Staff College of India (ASCI) and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) to recognize, inspire and celebrate excellence in urban sanitation management. These awards have been instituted with the explicit purpose of honoring urban local bodies, water boards and organizations that assist them in taking significant steps towards effective sanitation management and effecting improvement in service delivery.

What are the categories for the Award?

The awards are meant to acknowledge organizations that have made an exceptional contribution to the urban sanitation sector in one or more of the following categories:

  1. Innovative Practices in Improving Access: Individual toilets, Community toilets, Public toilets, Mobile toilets, SHE toilets, Sanitation in institutions, Technology innovations such as biotoilets, Eco-san toilets, Cost effective options, Model wards etc.
  2. Solid Waste Management
  3. IEC and Public Awareness
  4. Public Private Partnership
  5. Innovative Financing
  6. Innovative O & M
  7. ICT in Urban Sanitation & Regulation

Eligibility Criteria

The awards would be open to:

  1. Urban Local Bodies (ULBs)
  2. Parastatal agencies /Water Utilities and Boards
  3. Non-Government Organizations, Community-Based Organizations, Private-Sector Organizations, Bilateral and Multilateral agencies in collaboration with ULBs / Water Utilities and Boards.

How to apply?

  • Eligible and interested organisations are invited to submit entries in the format prescribed in Entry Form. All the eligible organisations can submit multiple entries in different categories.
  • An Advisory Committee, comprising sector experts, policy makers, academia, civil society organisations will assess entries based on the evaluation criteria. Finalists will be selected following a multistage procedure that will include initial screening and shortlisting followed by field validation of the shortlisted entries. Organisations that make it to the shortlist will be invited to make a detailed presentation.

For more information please visit this Link.

2016 Hult Prize Challenge: Win $1,000,000 in start up funding

Deadline: 18 December 2015

The Hult Prize is a start-up accelerator for social entrepreneurship which brings together the brightest college and university students from around the globe to solve the world’s most pressing issues.

Hult [email protected] gives participants an opportunity to bypass the traditional Hult Prize application process and fast tracks your team and idea through to one of five regional final rounds of competition. The program allows more students to compete around the world, leading to more ideas and ultimately more start-ups. Annual Hult Prize winners can make their ideas reality with the help of USD1 million in seed funding.

2016 Hult Prize Challenge Topic

The 2016 Hult Prize Challenge as selected by President Bill Clinton is Crowded Urban Spaces.

The Crowded Urban Spaces topic will focus on economic inclusion, more specifically, doubling the incomes of the residents who live in some of the toughest conditions in the world through improved mobility and increased connectivity to people, products, services and capital by 2022.

Benefits

  1. USD 1 Million Seed Capital
  2. Mentorship
  3. Advice from International Business Community

Participation

  • University students should team up to create a start-up aimed at solving an issue faced by billions in need; and submit the project.
  • The short listed teams will participate at one of the regional final locations and pitch their project.
  • A regional champion will be announced and the champion team will receive one year membership into the Clinton Global Initiative and an opportunity to spend the summer at the Hult Prize Accelerator – an innovative incubator for social enterprise.
  • These regional champions will pitch their idea in the Global Finals. Global leaders will be selected and awarded the startup capital to implement project.
  • The Global Champion will launch the start-up. They will also receive mentoring and advice to work on the social enterprise.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Students past or present from any college or university in the world are invited to form teams of 3-4. There are only two conditions:
    • All participants must have a connection with the same school
    • A maximum of one alumnus who cannot also be a faculty member of the school
  • You are considered a student if at the time of application submission, you have not yet graduated.
  • While only teams may compete, individuals who cannot form a team but are interested in competing should join the Facebook community to find others individuals who are looking to form teams.

How to Apply

Applicants can upload resumes of the team members and one team statement of purpose into the online application system.

For more information and to apply online, please visit The Hult Prize Competition.

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Water Program Associate at World Resource Institute, India

Deadline: Ongoing

The World Resource Institute (WRI) is currently seeking applications from the eligible applicants for the post of Water Program Associate based in Bangalore, India.

The WRI is an environmental and development research and policy organization that creates solutions to protect the Earth and improve people’s lives.

Key Job Responsibilities

The Water Program Associate will perform the following functions-

  • Serve as lead water staff person in India, coordinating with Global Director, Water Program, Director, WRI India, and India Director of the Cities and Transport Program.
  • Coordinate with relevant national, state, and municipal governments and other stakeholders about WRI’s water risk analysis, data, and related work.
  • Lead the application of Aqueduct and local water risk data, analysis, and development of solutions and recommendations for decision-makers in key metropolitan regions in India.
  • Coordinate with Aqueduct and Natural Infrastructure for Water project teams, as well as WRI’s Governance Center, to coordinate funded project demonstrating forest-water mapping tool applications in India and provide feedback to the project teams on needed improvements.
  • Liaise with local water data and analysis experts in India, as well as researchers developing granular water models for India, such as NASA’s SALDAS high-resolution water model.
  • Cultivate ideas and tools to integrate relevant data sets from Indian agencies, interalia ISRO, NRSA, DMA, and various ministries, departments, universities and civil society researchers.
  • Assist with fundraising proposals and background information and writing for prospective project funders.
  • Supervise the work of junior researchers and interns, as appropriate.
  • Develop analytical framework for assessing regional water risk and use Aqueduct and local data in close collaboration with Water Program staff to apply to metropolitan areas like Bangalore.
  • Evaluation and design of institutional mechanisms for the operationalization of the tools, processes and systems for regional and urban water management.
  • Work with WRI water and economics experts to develop customized analysis of watershed solutions and economic tradeoffs among potential water risk reduction strategies.
  • Help to ground-truth results and conclusions associated with forthcoming forest-water maps in specific watersheds in India.
  • Support efforts to communicate about WRI’s water-related work in India, including analytical content to non-technical audiences, media, and existing and prospective funders.
  • Represent WRI’s Water Program and WRI Ross Center for Sustainable Cities work through presentations at relevant conferences and workshops.

Eligibility Criteria

Applicants must have-

  • Master’s degree required in hydrology, water resources management or a related environmental science or policy discipline.
  • Minimum 5 – 8 years of highly relevant, full-time work experience, dealing in natural water management and how water management can be done in urban planning.
  • Excellent academic performance and strong analytical capability. Should had worked in the water related projects, in conservation of natural water bodies.
  • Ability to communicate complex concepts clearly both orally and in writing, with excellent demonstrated skills in English.
  • Highly organized and detail-oriented; experience managing complex processes or projects.
  • Strong interpersonal skills; demonstrated ability to build a strong network of professional relationships.
  • Comfort working with staff at all levels of experience.
  • Demonstrated ability to work well in a fast-paced environment and to juggle multiple assignments with little supervision.
  • International work experience and/or foreign language skills.
  • Excellent computer skills, ideally including proficiency in GIS mapping software.

How to Apply

Applications must be submitted through online process.

For more information, please visit WRI.

Research Analyst, Sustainable Transport at World Resource Institute, China

Deadline: Ongoing

The World Resource Institute (WRI) is currently seeking applications from the eligible applicants for the post of Research Analyst, Sustainable Transport, based in Beijing, China.

The WRI is an environmental and development research and policy organization that creates solutions to protect the Earth and improve people’s lives.

Key Job Responsibilities

The Research Analyst, Sustainable Transport will perform the following functions-

  • Conduct desktop research on sustainable transportation policies, and deliver on-the-ground projects in pilot cities.
  • Track and survey state-of-the-practice policies on sustainable urban development/transport and explore the applicability to different Chinese cities.
  • Participate in the scoping of project and policy research opportunities.
  • Develop practical policy tools and guidelines on sustainable urban development/transport for municipal and national governments.
  • Coordinate with and manage global and local experts throughout the delivery of pilot projects.
  • Liaise with implementation partners and maintain communications with local technical teams on a regular basis, schedule and set up policy dialogue meetings, take/circulate meeting minutes, and track follow-ups, as necessary.
  • Help organize external events, workshops, conferences, and other project dissemination or capacity building activities.
  • Assist in grant management and project management work as needed,
  • Assist in fundraising activities and donor reporting, as needed.
  • Assist in other ongoing projects, as needed.
  • Produce, proofread, and edit research reports and papers in both English and Chinese and coordinate the publication process.
  • Support other activities as needed.

Eligibility Criteria

Applicants must have-

  • Master degree in urban planning, economics, and public policies. PhD degree is a plus.
  • At least 3 years’ work experience in urban planning, transport planning, transport economics and public policies; on-the-ground urban planning project experiences would be an advantage.
  • Familiarity with social-economic analysis and policy studies.
  • Strong research and quantitative analytical skills.
  • Strong academic ethic.
  • Excellent research, analytical, writing, and presentation skills.
  • Proficiency in InDesign, Photoshop, and ArcGIS.
  • Fluency in oral and written Chinese and English, and outstanding inter-personal skills.
  • Strong team spirits, and ability to handle multiple priorities, take initiative, and deliver under tight deadlines.
  • Willingness to travel and to concentrate on field work as needed.

How to Apply

Applications must be submitted through online process.

For more information, please visit WRI.

Urban Economist at World Resource Institute, USA

Deadline: Ongoing

The World Resource Institute (WRI) is currently seeking applications from the eligible applicants for the post of Urban Economist based in Washington DC, USA.

The WRI is an environmental and development research and policy organization that creates solutions to protect the Earth and improve people’s lives.

Key Job Responsibilities

The Urban Economist will perform the following functions-

  • Effectively plan, design, and conduct economic analyses that advance the objectives of project teams working on issues across urban sectors.
  • Scale-up the results of these economic analyses in a manner that is precise, well structured, and tailored to decision-makers (not to other professional economists). This written material may take the form of informal memos, white papers, and official WRI publications. Some research may be submitted to economic journals, as well.
  • Engage in the WRI Economics community, promoting the integration of an economic dimension in relevant research projects.
  • Author or co-author knowledge products (e.g., reports, briefs, data-products) and present findings of economic analyses to external audiences.
  • Review knowledge products written by other WRI researchers and suggest methods that lead to robust and unbiased findings.
  • Mentor junior researchers.
  • Use evidence, critically analyze and assess economic research and arguments presented by project partners, stakeholders, and others.
  • Actively engage public and private sector decision-makers in one-on-one meetings, group briefings, and other venues to persuade them of WRI’s analytically based recommendations.
  • Possess knowledge of a wide range of city specific databases and sources of economic data relevant for cities around the world
  • Have experience integrating spatial urban data with economic and other data
  • Directly managing outcomes and partnerships.
  • Monitoring and managing project deliverables, setting and clarifying priorities for global team members.
  • Monitoring and managing project budget performance, scoping progress according to planned milestones, expenses and revenue, and internal and donor reporting.
  • Completing institutional and donor reporting (narrative, quantitative and financial) for projects, including project outcomes.
  • Contributing to research proposals between a five and six figure fundraising goal.
  • Identifying and developing funding partner relationships through external outreach’; conducting due diligence on feasibility of use through fit-gap analysis.
  • Monitoring and complying with sub agreement guidelines.
  • Contributes to presentations and donor proposals.

Eligibility Criteria

Applicants must have-

  • Masters in related field (urban and regional economics, public finance, public policy, political science, development economics, urban planning, etc).
  • Demonstrated knowledge in the political economy of urban governance, spatial economics and urban public finance in emerging economies is required.
  • Experience in promoting low-carbon cities, resilient cities or smart cities highly desirable.
  • Working experience in WRI’s main engagement countries highly desirable. (Brazil, China, India, Mexico, Turkey, Indonesia)
  • Strong track record of authoring published research.
  • Excellent writing skills, including the ability to write quickly under pressure and to deadline; ability to summarize complicated analyses in brief and clear messages.
  • Fluency in oral and written English. Fluency in another language is a plus.
  • Minimum 5-7 years of full-time work experience in relevant field, with research design, program implementation and project management experience
  • Prior supervision and mentorship of one or more junior staff
  • Exceptionally good communication and interpersonal skills, including the ability to work well in a team and with colleagues across countries
  • Strong quantitative, analytical research and econometrics skills
  • Strong statistical analysis skills with experience using statistical software such as Stata, SPSS, R, etc.
  • Detail-oriented and organized thinker who can juggle multiple, competing priorities
  • Ability to travel 20% or more when needed.
  • PhD in Economics with emphasis on urban and regional economics
  • Experience conducting economic impact analyses and evaluations in the field of sustainable urban development
  • Experience with external communications and/or donor management.

How to Apply

Applications must be submitted through online process.

For more information, please visit WRI.

Call for Proposals: Ending Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children in Turkana Kenya

Deadline: 16 November 2015

Terre des Hommes Netherlands is seeking proposals for “Ending Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children in Turkana Kenya” to support projects working on the same.

Whilst the Kenyan government has taken some positive and laudable steps to tackle CSEC through the 2013 -2017 National Plan of Action Against CSEC, a lot still remains to be done at different levels – family, community, national government and regional. The existence and continued growth of CSEC within Kenya has long been a cause for concern, in some areas more than others. CSEC is a major child protection issue and its link with economic growth and urbanisation cannot be ignored. Since decentralisation into county system started in 2013, a lot of towns in Kenya have grown exponentially; especially those hosting the county government head quarters.

Focus Areas

  • High poverty levels at household/family level: Poverty has been cited as the main contributing factor pushing children into CSEC. Interventions addressing household poverty can go a long way in both preventing at risk children as well as child victims of CSEC from relapsing back into CSEC after rescue and withdrawal.
  • Increased tolerance of negative cultural practices and negative community attitudes towards children (more so the girl child). The patriarchal nature of the African society places more value on boys and men therefore relegating girls and women making them more susceptible to abuse and exploitation.
  • Lack of effective implementation of legal and policy frameworks towards elimination of CSEC: Although policies and frameworks addressing CSEC have been developed, gaps remain in the implementation.
  • Limited budgetary allocation by governments in the region towards elimination of CSEC: There has been limited resource allocation by government to ensure full implementation of the NPA addressing CSEC, especially in relation to supporting recovery and reintegration of child victims of CSEC.
  • The private sector engagement: In Turkana this will be diverse ranging from transport, entertainment, fishing to the big oil exploration and extraction company. Although the oil company has been contributing towards education of children in the county, the secondary effects of their activities on children in relation to urbanisation requires active and consistent engagement to address vulnerability to CSEC especially in Lokichar.

Objectives

  • Children at risk of commercial sexual exploitation and children who are victims of commercial sexual exploitation claim their rights
  • Families and communities protect children from commercial sexual exploitation
  • Government protects children from commercial sexual exploitation by making and adequately implementing laws and policies
  • Law enforcement agencies convict perpetrators of commercial sexual exploitation of children
  • Civil society organisations protect the rights and best interest of children (specifically children vulnerable to commercial sexual exploitation)
  • Private sector contributes to the wellbeing of children vulnerable to or victims of commercial sexual exploitation

Strategies

  • Children vulnerable to sexual exploitation participate in awareness raising sessions
  • Sexually exploited children are withdrawn, rehabilitated and reintegrated with their families and communities
  • Sexually exploited children receive education and training services and participate in income generating activities
  • Community-based child protection structures are supported and actively take part in protecting children from sexual exploitation
  • Members of judiciary and police staff are trained on child protection and child-friendly interview techniques.

Eligibility Criteria

  • The following urban areas in Turkana County, Kenya are eligible for funding: Lodwar, Kalokol and Lokichar towns.
  • TdH-NL is inviting non-governmental organisations (NGOs or CSOs) with the required framework to submit a full proposal.
  • This call is open to organisations to apply independently as well as in a consortium / in partnership (i.e. more than one applicant).
    • Applicant as well as (if applicable) co-applicants need to be fully registered in the country of implementation.
    • Applicant as well as (if applicable) co-applicants need to demonstrate a successful track record in addressing commercial sexual exploitation of children.
    • The proposal needs to show a coherent programmatic approach.
    • The proposed project needs to be based on the Theory of Change with related outcomes.

How to Apply

Interested applicants must submit their proposals at the address given on the website.

For more information, please visit this link.

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Call for Proposals: Fighting Trafficking & Unsafe Migration of Children in Kenya

Deadline: 16 November 2015

Terre des Hommes Netherlands (TdH-NL) is inviting non-governmental organisations (NGOs or CSOs) with the required framework to submit full proposals on : Fighting Trafficking & Unsafe Migration of Children in Kenya.

Tackling trafficking and unsafe migration of children is an important theme in TdH-NL’s current strategic plan (2011­-2015). As part of its new strategic plan (2016­-2020), TdH-NL plans to increase its support to comprehensive projects addressing trafficking and unsafe migration of children in Eastern Africa. Initial focus will be on three year projects (2016-2018).

Funding is only granted to national organisations (non INGOs) fully registered in the country of implementation. Any sub granting partners must also be fully registered.

Focus Areas

  1. Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC): TdH-NL believes that the commercial sexual exploitation of children is a horrific violation of the rights of children and an act that also implies a crime on the part of those who use girls and boys and adolescents in the sex trade.
  2. Child Trafficking: TdH-NL aims to facilitate linkages at regional, national and County levels for institutions to ensure that regional and national anti-trafficking initiatives are effectively put into practice and that the various higher level initiatives are rooted in practical experience and action.

Expected outcomes

This RFP specifically aims to address the following outcomes:

  • Children at risk of trafficking and unsafe migration and children who are victims of trafficking and unsafe migration claim their rights
  • Families and communities protect children from trafficking and unsafe migration
  • Government protects children from trafficking and unsafe migration by making and adequately implementing laws and policies
  • Law enforcement agencies convict child traffickers
  • Civil society organisations protect the rights and best interest of children (specifically children vulnerable to trafficking and unsafe migration)
  • Private sector contributes to the wellbeing of children vulnerable to or victims of trafficking and unsafe migration

Types of activities

Strategies to be considered by applicants should be in line with the 5 P’s strategy of TdH-NL. A minimum of 2 of the 5 P’s should be included in the proposed project. Examples of activities include:

  1. Children vulnerable to child trafficking and unsafe migration receive and attend educational services
  2. Trafficked children (boys and girls) are intercepted, safeguarded and reintegrated
  3. Community members with children vulnerable to trafficking and unsafe migration participate in awareness raising activities
  4. Families of trafficked children participate in income generating activities
  5. Members of judiciary and police staff are trained on child protection and child-friendly interview techniques

Geographical focus

The call seeks to respond to internal child trafficking (within the country from rural into urban areas). Although over the past one and a half years, the trafficking programme has been focusing on the urban informal settlements, indications are that trafficked children end up working in not only the informal settlements but also in lower and middle income areas in Nairobi. Some of the areas include Mandare, Malaba, Busia and Moyale which act as both cross border as well as source areas of child trafficking to Nairobi and Mombasa as destination and as transit routes to other areas out of the country.

Duration and budget

  • The initial planned duration of a project should be 33 months, starting on 1 April 2016. Contracts will be entered into on yearly basis; the first one to cover 9 months (1 April – 31 December 2016).
  • Depending on the project design, the budget ranges from EUR 300,000 to EUR 600,000 for the full duration of 33 months. The budget for the first 9 months should not exceed EUR 169,000 for 2016.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Applicant as well as (if applicable) co-applicants need to be fully registered in the country of implementation i.e. Kenya
  • Applicant as well as (if applicable) co-applicants need to demonstrate a successful track record in addressing child trafficking and unsafe migration of children in Kenya.
  • The proposal needs to show a coherent programmatic approach.
  • The budget should be presented as per the required format on the website.
  • The proposed project needs to be based on the Theory of Change with related outcomes.
  • This call is open to organisations to apply independently as well as in a consortium / in partnership (i.e. more than one applicant). If an application is made as a consortium, the applicant should as the consortium lead clearly state how the project will be managed and should indicate a clear role for each partner. The appointment of a consortium coordinator position is recommended, to be included in the management costs.

How to Apply

Send your proposal to Terre des Hommes via email with subject heading: Fighting CT Project Proposal [+ name of (lead) applicant]. Include all required attachments / annexes available on the website.

For more information, please visit the official website of Terre des Hommes.

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