Youth for climate action has been one of the agriculture perfect competitions to engage, empower and motivate young agriculturists for sustainable development globally.
What can the youth do for climate change?
Youth for climate change Indonesia, a most popular youth action group for climate change is one of the most important challenges of the twenty-first century, and youth participation is critical. Climate change challenges are complex and dynamic, necessitating multigenerational commitment.
FAO & IAAS are launching the Youth for Climate-Resilient Agriculture Competition to support young actors of better food systems.
Is there a project you’re working on that focuses on climate-resilient agriculture and could benefit from intensive capacity-building training? This is your opportunity to take your project to the next level.
The youth for climate-resilient agricultural competition aims to address these issues by promoting capacity building and assisting youth in developing the country by supporting youths who are passionate about a greener and more resilient agricultural systems.
- The Youth for Climate Action projects should be youth-led, and you should be able to present successful results on how your project contributes to green and climate-resilient agriculture.
- This Youth for Climate Action competition is not submitting new ideas but ideas that have already been put into action.
- 8 winners will receive a fully-funded return trip to Bonn, Germany’s 2022 International Conference for Youth in Agriculture (ICYA)*
- Various online capacity training is given by the IAAS Training Committee during ICYA 2022.
- Monthly training and mentorship to help you further
- 2 winners announced at the World Congress of IAAS will receive a fully-funded return trip to COP 27 in Egypt to present their work on a global stage.
You can compete as a team in this Youth for Climate Action competition, however, only one team member will be able to attend International Conference for Youth in Agriculture (ICYA) and possibly COP.
Participants are to take the following criteria into consideration in order to make a chance in this competition.
- Social impact
- Environmental impact
- Alignment with green and climate-resilient agriculture objectives.
- 5th February is the last day of submission
- 7th – 11th February will be the announcement of the 8 projects winners
- 10th – 13th March is capacity building training in ICYA 2022 for the 8 winners
- March – July is set for Monthly training and mentorship
- July 2022 will make the end and two projects winners announcement in world congress of IAAS
Are you ready to take part in this Youth for Climate Action challenge?
Fill in the project report (link to the template is here: bit.ly/YCRACProjectTemplate) and send it to email@example.com
Submission deadline 5th Feb 2022 23:59 GMT+1 (Amsterdam time)
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