Due Date: November 30, 2018
Young Southeast Asian Leaders Effort (YSEALI) Seeds For the Future Grants Competitors 2019 is now open. YSEALI Seeds for the Future is a little grants competitors for young leaders in Southeast Asia. The competitors supplies financing for the area’s most appealing young leaders to perform tasks that enhance their neighborhoods, nations and the area.
Are you enthusiastic about the future of ASEAN? Do you have a concept of how to make a favorable modification in your neighborhood, however remain in search of mentorship and monetary help to make it occur? The Young Southeast Asian Leaders Effort’s (YSEALI) Seeds for the Future Grants Competitors can assist turn your concepts into action.
The YSEALI Seeds for the Future program is sponsored by the U.S. Department of State and is moneyed through a grant from the U.S. Objective to ASEAN.
All tasks need to be carried out after the kickoff workshop and the efficiency duration will be February 2019– October2019 All tasks should deal with a minimum of among the 4 core YSEALI Styles of:
- Civic Engagement
- Financial Development
- Sustainable Advancement.
2 of the 3 group leaders (Job Leader, Secretary, Treasurer) will go to a kickoff workshop in Jakarta, Indonesia at the end of January on task management.
All tasks are qualified for approximately $15,000 in financing
- All individuals should be 18-35 years of ages, be signed up members of YSEALI, and be from among the 11 YSEALI countries
- ALL candidate groups should consist of just people from several of the following countries: Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Vietnam
- Groups will be picked to get a little grant to carry out a task in one or more of the YSEALI member countries. Tasks that include more than one nation are motivated.
- Each group should have at least 3 members, and each candidate group should designate a Task Leader, a Task Secretary and a Task Treasurer.
Description of Functions:
- Job Leader: This individual is the general head of the execution of the task, and will mark obligations to other individuals. The task leader leads the conversation about how the task is carried out, and should be devoted to routine interaction with the remainder of the group and the funder.
- Job Secretary: This individual who will put together month-to-month reports and updates on the task. The task secretary need to be skilled with social networks, and should be arranged. Failure to offer current info about the status of a task might lead to loss of financing.
- Job Treasurer: This individual will manage the financial resources of the program. Funds will be dispersed in 3 different periods at portions of 60% (start) 35% (middle) and 5% (end). This individual must be reliable, arranged and have a savings account to get the funds. And, this individual will require to keep all invoices, and information the expenditures spent for with little grant funds.
Please finish the application here, consisting of the essay concerns about your proposed task.
For additional information, see YSEALI