Tag: funding

2015 Children’s Prize Round 1 Proposal Feedback

Dear Applicants: Many of you requested feedback on your round one proposal submission, and we would like to acknowledge your efforts. Although it is difficult to provide hundreds of applicants detailed and personalized feedback, we would like to take a moment and highlight the most common reasons why applications were unsuccessful in moving forward to…
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International Funding Opportunities

  The second round of the 2015 Children’s Prize opened Monday, July 13th.  With just under 400 proposals submitted, only a small fraction of the applicants (approximately 10%) were invited back to submit a more detailed and comprehensive application. Applicants, we recognize that each proposal is unique in its approach and merit. Therefore, we want…
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#ChildrenFirst: Reflections from the UNICEF Annual Meeting 2015

The 2015 UNICEF Annual Meeting was both a celebration and movement to put #ChildrenFirst. Held at the Times Center in NYC on Friday, May 8th, the day-long meeting was filled with inspiring discussions and video clips illustrating the impact UNICEF made in the past year. The auditorium was filled with people from all sort of…
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THE Study Guide: Intro to Evaluation Studies

  The Data for Life Prize aims to support scientific evaluation of efforts to save children’s lives in order to maximize effectiveness. For this prize, we ask applicants to design a scientific study to validate the success of their child mortality intervention in the most convincing way possible: cold, hard data.  Although evaluation tends to…
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