What is Climate Information?
Any information on temperature, rainfall, wind, soil moisture and humidity, whether obtained from local or scientific sources
Applicants should first review the eligibility criteria to ensure they/their organisation meets all the listed criteria.
The applicant should then register online through the CIP website where they will have access to the application form.
The application will be screened to ensure it meets the eligibility criteria. If it passes the applicant will be contacted to set up a meeting.
The applicant implements their initiative providing light touch reporting to CIP on a periodic basis to report on progress.
The applicant submits the final report by the deadline in June 2018 presenting the results achieved.
The judging panel review the final report and evaluate it against sub criteria aligned to the evaluation criteria.
If the applicant makes it to the top 6 their results will be verified by our verification team.
Assuming a satisfactory outcome of the verification and due diligence process the applicant will be awarded a cash prize at the Tekeleza Award Ceremony!
“Climate information prize is a novel idea that provokes people to start seeing the value of the use of climate information to address climate change whose impact is great but has never been taken seriously.”
Noah Sitati, AWF – Kilimanjaro
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