( fully Funded Trip to New York, USA & $USD 100,000 prize) Waislitz Global Citizen Award 2018
This year Alex Waislitz and Global Citizen award is now in the corner for interested candidates to apply .
Alex waislitz and Global citizen annual award of $100,000 cash to end poverty and recognised individual in their endeavors is available for interested candidates to apply for.
These are based on four merit Area :
How does the nominee represent and serves as an example of Global Citizen?
What is the nominee’s track record of reducing extreme poverty?
How has the nominee brought creative thinking to overcoming the challenge of ending extreme poverty?
- How would this award enable/support the nominee to scale or improve their work?
- How would the nominee make use of the fund?
- winner is invited to New York to physically present for the Global Citizen Live event in the week of September 24 where they receive $100,000. A short video covering the winners’ work will also be shown at the Global Citizen Live event.
- The winner will also receive:
Flight fare and accommodation in New York to be present for 2018 Global Citizen Live, Movement Makers, and the Global Citizen Festival in the week of September 24 for the winner and a guest.
- Winner will be grants the opportunity to participate in the Global Citizen Live Event, an event with the world’s leaders in business, media, technology and culture
- Two VIP tickets to the 2018 Global Citizen Festival on September 29, 2018
Semi-Finalists will also receive :
Two Semi-Finalists will be selected:
- Flight fare and accommodation in New York to be present for 2018 Global Citizen Live, Movement Makers, and the Global Citizen Festival in the week of September 24 for the winner and a guest.
- Winner will be grants the opportunity to participate in the Global Citizen Live Event, an event with the world’s leaders in business, media, technology and culture.
- $50,000 for each semi-finalist winner.
You will submit a three-minute video and 500-word essay that tell us about you and your work. Your submission should address the questions below:
- Who are you? Introduce yourself and your team.
- What are you doing? Tell how you are working to reduce extreme poverty and how your work is different.
- How is your work innovative? Does the work you’re doing tackle a particular problem in a different way than done previously? Is your solution sustainable?
- What inspired you to take action? Tell how you got the idea for your work and your successes (or opportunities).
- What’s your impact? Lay out a clear specific timeline, plan and metrics for success.
- What are your goals? Who are you positively affecting? How are you reaching them? How will the Waislitz Global Citizen Award help you achieve your goals?
- What’s your budget? Show what you have as a plan and how you will use the funds wisely.