Funded by the Institute for Equity in Development Innovation, the Generations: Global Grant provides study funding and a scholarship to high school students who come forward with innovative ideas aimed at:

  • Preventing child and youth abuse: By providing support to projects focused on awareness, prevention and education, the grant seeks to create a safe and healthy environment for children and youth, protecting them from any form of abuse.
  • Supporting survivors of abuse: The scholarship also focuses on providing support to individuals who have experienced abuse, whether that is providing psychological support, or assisting with rehabilitation and reintegration into society.

This grant is part of the Equity in Development Innovation Institute's commitment to promoting justice and equality, and providing support to individuals in need of assistance in their communities.

The value of funding the study

We offer this wonderful scholarship to students of all ages, including homeschoolers. The scholarship is available to students enrolled in post-secondary, university or college programs, and we invite them to indicate their current funding levels to help us distribute available funding fairly.

The grant value is variable and reaches a maximum of US$100000 per team or individual. This opportunity will enable eligible recipients to achieve their academic and professional goals by helping us provide the necessary financial support.

Don't miss this valuable opportunity and submit your applications before the deadline ends. We look forward to receiving your applications and helping you achieve your academic and professional ambitions.”

Register for the scholarship

Step 1:
Answer 7 questions to explain your idea, and you have 21 optional questions to explain the solution in detail.

Step 2:
Individuals and teams who submit complete and successful applications will be contacted to proceed to the interview stage. Follow-up interviews may also be conducted with individual team members.

Note: Applicants will not be required to pay an application fee or any other fees at any stage of the process.

What questions will be asked during the interview?

The specific questions to be asked during the interview will not be disclosed in advance. But generally, during an interview questions may include:

  1. Allow us to introduce you to yourself and your academic and professional background.
  2. What project would you like to implement? What is the main idea and goals you want to achieve?
  3. How will you benefit from the grant to achieve the project objectives? How will you ensure the success and sustainability of the project?
  4. How will you deal with potential challenges during project implementation? What is your strategy to overcome it?
  5. How will you evaluate your progress during the implementation period? What steps will you take to improve performance if necessary?
  6. How will you work within the team (if there is one) and how will you collaborate with other team members?
  7. What is your added value to the project and how will you contribute to achieving success?
  8. Do you have any creative ideas or improvements to the project?

These are just general examples, and specific questions may vary based on the nature of the project, donor, and grant requirements. Please be ready to answer questions and have all members of your team speak if they are split up for individual interviews.

Characteristics of a successful application:

  • Interaction with regulatory standards: The application must be aligned with applicable regulatory standards, such as I-EDI, to ensure respect for ethical laws and principles.
  • Comprehensive response: Responding to as many optional questions as possible is important, taking into account organizational values. This shows the applicant's commitment to the project and ability to fully articulate the vision and plans.
  • Effective Communication: Good, clear and transparent communication is important for a successful application. Ideas should be well connected and clearly expressed.
  • Respect for Diversity and Equality: The application must treat all applicants with the utmost respect and fairness without discrimination based on age or different abilities.
  • Flexibility in understanding and explanation: The application must be clear and easy to understand for applicants. In case of difficulties in understanding the questions, answers are permitted to be provided orally during the interview.
  • Transparency in purpose: The application must clearly explain the desired purpose of the project and grant, and how it will impact the beneficiaries and the community.
  • Ability to interact and collaborate: A successful application is considered to be able to interact and collaborate with work teams, donors and partners effectively to achieve common goals.
  • Excellence and creativity: A successful application can highlight creative and distinctive points that contribute to enriching the project and achieving better results.

In summary, a successful application is one that engages well with project and grant requirements, demonstrates a clear understanding of organizational goals and values, as well as a commitment to respect and fairness in treating applicants.

common questions

What are the characteristics of a successful presentation?

  • To increase your chances of success, it is best to answer as many optional questions as possible, taking into account the I-EDI values. Questions are designed to be engaging for students of all ages and abilities, but questions can be answered orally during the interview if necessary.

What is the average funding received and where does the funding come from?

  • Funding comes from private and institutional donors. To support the program or donate, you can contact the team.

What are eligible expenses?

  • The program does not specifically identify eligible expenses, but each cost item is evaluated based on its direct impact on victims and survivors, as well as any autonomy they have in determining how funding is allocated.

Can multiple ideas be submitted?

  • Individuals are allowed to submit up to two ideas at a time, and funding for the project can continue in the future.

How long will it take to see if the application was successful?

  • Applications are responded to within one week, and the first interview usually takes place within two months of the application date.

What questions will be asked during the interview?

  • Questions are adapted to the presentation, and the team may be split up for individual interviews.