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Do you have an idea for an alumni event? The Swedish Institute can provide funding for events organised by SI alumni. A maximum of 12,000 SEK can be applied for.
The purpose of the event grants is to stimulate SI alumni to stay engaged in your local community. We want to encourage alumni to create opportunities to meet, exchange knowledge and build competence. The aim is to help the local alumni networks to contribute to positive social change. Events that are open for a broader public are also welcome.
Send us your application before 20 February. All information on how to apply can be found here: https://eng.si.se/areas-of-operation/scholarships-and-grants/si-alumni-network/eventgrant/
If you have any question, please contact alumni(a)si.se
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We are happy to announce the upcoming opportunity for SI alumni in Africa – travel grant and entrance to the ICT for Social Innovation Conference in Nairobi on Dec 8 2016. By participating in the conference you automatically become a member of the ICT4SI-network run by iHub and Spider Center.
More information about the conference and network.
This opportunity is open only to SI alumni from Ethiopia, Kenya, Democratic Republic of Congo, Liberia, Mali, Mozambique, Rwanda, Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia or Zimbabwe. It means that we can only grant this opportunity to citizens of any of these countries. Please note that the candidates should be living in any of above mentioned countries.
About the offer:
The Swedish Institute will offer a selected number of alumni a travel grant (flight/train) to and from Nairobi from any of the above mentioned countries, accommodation for two nights and entrance fee to the conference. SI does not cover Visa costs, transportation on the ground (such as airport transfers and local transport within Nairobi) and insurance costs. Deadline to apply is 7 November.
About the network:
The ICT 4 Social Innovation Network is a Pan-African initiative. It joins social innovators that use ICT for solutions for improved Education and Health for our communities. The Network was launched in Kigali, Rwanda in November 2015 during our first Conference hosted by SPIDER-The Swedish Program for ICT in Developing Regions and iHub Research Kenya with support from kLab, AIESEC Rwanda and Reach for Change Africa.
- Pictures: SI Alumni Forums in Belarus, Indonesia and Uganda in 2015
Do you have experience in organising successful alumni events? Have you wished there was a larger grant to apply for at SI to realize your vision of a bigger alumni activity bringing more alumni together? Do you have an idea for a big-scale alumni event on the theme of entrepreneurship? Read more » >>
We would like to kindly remind you of the opportunity to apply for our event on gender equality, 28-29 April.
The event is held jointly with NFGL. 15 seats are reserved for SI alumni, and travel and accommodation costs are covered entirely by the Swedish Institute.
The deadline to apply is a week from now, 1 March.
Please find all the information and relevant documents here:
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us by e-mail.
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Are you interested in learning about Swedish experiences in gender equality issues? On 28-29 April the Swedish Institute is organising an activity in Malmö on the theme of gender equality open to current and former SI scholarship holders. 15 seats are reserved for SI alumni. Travel and accommodation costs are covered entirely by the Swedish Institute. Read more » >>