Stage 2 - KaryanwayAn (Implementation) Prize
the Prize was launched in December 2016.
to be awarded in april 2019.
The Karyanwayan (Implementation) Prize will be awarded to the applicants who have successfully implemented their plan to scale-up their climate change adaptation initiative to new communities, and new geographic locations. They must be able to prove that they have achieved positive outcomes for poor and vulnerable communities. Applicants will need to gather evidence of their achievements. They will need to prove that their activities have gone beyond any existing plans or funding from other donor, adding new and innovative ways of working to support adaptation.
To win the Karyanwayan (Implementation) Prize, applicants must provide evidence that they:
- Have successfully implemented a plan to scale-up a climate adaptation initiative to more people and new locations;
- That the plan involves an innovation on existing activities and ways of working to support adaptation ((e.g. in terms of collaboration, capacity development, knowledge sharing, participation and governance);
- That the plan is an addition to what has been done before, and not part of an existing plan or funded by another agency (planned activities can be an addition to existing plan, but cannot already be funded in full by someone else);
- That through implementing the plan, they have achieved positive outcomes for poor and vulnerable communities.
Karyanwayan Prizes will be awarded in April 2019 to applicants who can show that they have successfully scaled up their climate adaptation initiative. They must have achieved positive outcomes for more poor and vulnerable communities using their new approaches.
*Please note: Karyanwayan Prizes will reward the success of the scale up plan, not the technology itself.
WHO SHOULD APPLY
- NGOs or INGOs (must demonstrate collaboration with local community)
- Climate change focused Community Based Organisations (CBOs, individually or in partnership)
- Academic or Private Sector Organisations (must demonstrate collaboration with local community)
- Organisational partnerships, including with Government organisations, are encouraged
- Win a share in the total prize purse of £325,000
- The opportunity to engage with other stakeholders through workshops and events, and showcase your project.
HOW TO APPLY?
Karyanwayan Prize was launched in December 2016 – watch this space for more info of how to apply!
It is possible to apply for the Karyanwayan Prize even if you did not take part in the Protsahan Prize. You will need to complete the application process for the Karyanwayan Prize. Please read the Eligibility Criteria, Judging Criteria and Terms and Conditions carefully.
If you win a Protsahan Prize, you won’t automatically go through to be considered for the Karyanwayan Prize. You will still need to complete the application process for the Karyanwayan Prize. Please read the Eligibility Criteria, Judging Criteria and Terms and Conditions carefully.