News | 29 Nov, 2019 | Ania Andersch

Lead 2030 – Opportunity for Alumni with household water projects!

Lead2030 is a project of One Young World, a UK based not-for-profit and the organisers of the annual One Young World Summit. The Summit convenes the brightest young talent from every country and sector, working to accelerate social impact. Delegates from 190+ countries are counselled by influential political, business and humanitarian leaders such as Justin Trudeau, Paul Polman and Meghan Markle, amongst many other global figures.

Besides the Summit, One Young World operate a variety of programmes to support and develop youth leadership year around. One of these is Lead2030, the signature programme for the SDGs. Lead2030 is, in essence, an innovation award for young leaders behind solutions for the SDGs. Winning Lead2030 solutions receive $50,000 in cash funding and a 12 month package of mentorship and pro-bono support from one of our corporate partners.

They are currently running a Lead2030 Challenge for Goal 6 and WaterTank alumni are invited to apply!

They are seeking solutions that are:
1. Aligned: Evidently aligned with the Lead2030 Challenge for SDG 6 (challenge detail below)
2. Youth-led: Founded by a person aged 18 – 30.
3. Proven: Readily available, in or past implementation phase.
4. Focused: Well-structured time horizon, identified key stakeholders and beneficiaries, and proposed outcomes that are reasonable and well thought out.
5. Impactful: Solutions must have a positive social impact, for example generating employment, or developing skills.
6. Measurable: Impacts of solutions must have been adequately measured and/or be measurable.
7. Financially viable: Must be able to achieve efficiency and to survive independently through the resources they generate and/or the investments and donations they attract.
8. Scalable: Potential to perform as well or better after expanding in scope or size and/or being transported to other regions.
Lead2030 CHALLENGE FOR GOAL 6 – Supported by RB – How can we help reduce individual water usage within households?

Apply here