CALL FOR NOMINATIONS - WWF AFRICA YOUTH AWARD 2018

The WWF Africa Youth Award 2018 is here. Yet another opportunity to recognise African youth who have made significant contributions to society in advancing the conservation and sustainability agenda. We intend to recognise these outstanding youth during the Global Conservation Forum on Africa scheduled to be held from October 15-19 2018.
 
To ensure we have a consistent platform that will continue to provide ample space for youth, we are focusing on youth between 18-35 years who have demonstrated experience and a track record of at least one positive achievement in practical conservation, environment and sustainable development work. 
 
We encourage candidates who belong to a youth network (eg. Scouts, YMCA, school club), are team players and out of the box thinkers. An Annex 1 is attached to this outlining all criteria and the timelines for effective execution of the process.
 
We would like to therefore request that each country submits ONE outstanding youth who has made a significant contribution in society towards promoting conservation and the sustainability agenda.  Nominees can come from within or outside WWF depending on country realities.
 
Please send your submission consisting of the attached form, a two page motivational piece on their futuristic vision around conservation, environment and sustainable development and a 2 minute selfie video presenting his/her project to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. between June 7 and August 5, 2018.


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