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The program is designed for established social entrepreneurs that directly serve people living in poverty who suffer disproportionately from climate change. Climate resilience falls into one of the following three categories: sustainable energy, availability of sustainable management of water and sanitation, and climate-smart agriculture. Non-profit, for-profit, or hybrid social enterprises that have a clear commitment to an earned revenue model with the potential for scale are all encouraged to apply.
The Young Professional Development Program (YPDP) is a two-year program designed to prepare young professionals from OPEC Fund member countries for a career in global development. The themes include poverty reduction, energy and sustainable development, environment, and other related science and technology fields.
RUFORUM and GRA invite applications from RUFORUM Member Universities. Doctoral Research Grants aim to train PhD students in Africa to conduct advanced applied research on livestock greenhouse gasses. This call will support two PhD research grants for a period not exceeding four years.
The UNHCR Innovation Fellowship is an annual learning programme designed to give Fellows the skills they need to bring innovative approaches to their daily work. The programme also focuses on enabling Fellows to share innovation methods and mindsets with their colleagues, boosting organization-wide.
The Global Startup Awards bring together high impact startups and investors from over 100 countries across the globe. The network offers participants the opportunity to meet prospective mentors, partners, clients, and gain access to the latest industry trends.
This focuses on minimizing water use and stress in the region by enhancing management of water and wastewater in agricultural activities, managing efficiencies across inputs and production processes to increase sustainable practices in agriculture, breakthrough products and technologies to support regional food security, AI and digitization of agricultural processes to enable for sustainable reporting.
This program is targeted specifically toward businesses that restore degraded forests, farmland, and pasture. It’s a curated program that builds the capacity of restoration entrepreneurs to grow their businesses, engage Investors and build strong partnerships, impact both the environment and the local communities.
There has been an increased interest in carbon credits from corporates and individuals looking to offset their carbon footprint. Innovative start-ups and companies in sustainable technology and clean energy solutions, community water systems, and those interested in developing carbon credit projects are welcome to apply.