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We are delighted to informed that since 2013, Unilever has  introduced the Unilever Young Entrepreneurs Awards (YEA), which are all about supporting and celebrating inspirational young people aged 18 - 35 from all over the world with existing initiatives, products or services that are tackling some of the planet’s biggest sustainability challenges.

In partnership with the University  of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership, we are looking for innovative and scalable technologies or initiatives that are contributing to one or more of the eight  categories which are most relevant to our business and entrepreneurs, these eight categories are aligned to the United Nations Sustainable Developments Goals. Further information kindly refer to the attached files.

 

The Young Entrepreneurs Awards will recognise up to eight winners in 2018. These eight winners will be selected from a video interview process and invited to an accelerator event in Cambridge, where they will work with experts from the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership, Unilever and other guest experts. Four of the eight winners will go forward to the final pitch day and present to a guest judging panel who will decide on the overall winner of the 2018 competition. The overall winner will receive the ‘HRH Prince of Wales Young Sustainability Entrepreneur Prize.’

  • The overall winner of the ‘HRH Prince of Wales Young Sustainability Entrepreneur Prize’ will receive a €50,000 cash award and one-to-one mentoring support tailored to their specific needs for a duration of 12 months. 
  • The remaining winners will each receive a €8,500 cash award and one-to-one mentoring support tailored to their specific needs for a duration 12 months.

 

We would very much appreciate if you kindly share the Unilever Young Entrepreneurs Award  2018 to all social entrepreneurs through your network, who are interested in and can apply for the awards before 26 June 2018.

HOW DO YOU ENTER?

Competition opens on 10 May 2018 [00:00BST] and closes on 29 June 2018 [23:59BST].  

Visit YoungEntrepreneursAwards.Unilever.com

 

HOW TO GET INVOLVED

Nominate someone to enter, share with your networks and engage in the conversations.

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In the joint implementation of the “Pilot Study for Testing Methodology for Wastewater Monitoring of Indicators for SDG 6.3.1 in Vietnam,” the Agency of Technical Infrastructure (ATI) under Ministry of Construction in cooperation with the Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and the World Health Organization (WHO) hold the following Final Consultation Workshop for presenting the study results and consulting about the wastewater monitoring methodology in Vietnam on 30 May 2018 in Hanoi.

 


 

 

 

The regular meeting of Water Supply, Sanitation and Hygiene Working Group was held on 24 April at VUFO-NGO Resource Centre Trung Tu Diplomatic Compound, Building E3 6 Dang Van Ngu, Dong Da, Hanoi, Vietnam. 

Agenda:

1. Update from member on WASH activity and future direction of members organization in the next 3 years. 

2. Presentation from Mr. Duong Nguyen - Habitat Viet Nam on supporting model on WASH

2. Discussion on WASH WG 's workplan 2018, develop the matrix on WASH

 

 

 

Meeting on WASH emergency working group development was held by UNICEF on 11 April 2018.

 

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On 6 March 2018 in Hanoi, NCERWASS in collaboration with WB organized a workshop to discuss about Rural WSS Sector Information System: Proposal of revised set of Indicators and finalize the RWSS monitoring and evaluation indicators.

The M&E for rural water supply and sanitation on the development of the indicator framework are useful for the RWSS sector As the New Rural Development NTP (NRD) is still developing its M&E system, RWSS indicators could be useful in feeding into the NRD M&E formulation process. In this regard, the WB team has reviewed the indicators used under NTP3, PforR, NRD and other good international practices with the view of having a set of indicators that are useful for RWSS sector reporting, NRD reporting and at the same time contributing to the global information/data. This is a challenging exercise in deciding what to drop and what to keep and how each indicator can be worded without too much affecting the sectoral indicators that are already in place.

The indicators are grouped into 5 categories: (i). water supply service delivery, (ii).  Sanitation service, (iii). Institutions – Schools and health centers, (iv). Sustainability of water schemes, and (v). Commune-wide sanitation sustainability. 

The indicators will be further consulted in other meetings.

 

 

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