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[GreenYes] [ZERI] World Bank Grants for Water, Sanitation and Energy, due 11/30/05

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To: ZERI_Practitioners@no.address
From: "daschaller" <DAVIDA_SCH@no.address>
Date: Tue, 15 Nov 2005 21:23:26 -0000
Subject: [ZERI_Practitioners] 2006 Development Marketplace Global Competition

COMPETITION "Innovations in Water, Sanitation, and Energy Services
for Poor People "
Call for Proposals: Oct. 3- Nov. 30, 2005
Announcement of Finalists: Feb. 15, 2006
Marketplace Competition & Knowledge Forum: May 8th & 9th, 2006

The World Bank's Development Marketplace Program, in collaboration
with the Water and Sanitation Program and the Energy Sector
Management Assistance Programme announces its Call for Proposals for
the 2006 Global Development Marketplace (DM2006). With a theme
of, "Innovations in Water, Sanitation, and Energy Services for Poor
People," the 2006 Marketplace expects to award $4 million for ideas
that provide clean water supply, sanitation and energy services to
poor communities developing countries.

APPLY NOW! Proposals are welcome from a range of development
innovators, civil society groups, social entrepreneurs, private
foundations, government agencies,
academia, the private sector, as well as staff from the World Bank
Group and other donor organizations. Maximum award size is $200,000.

Proposals should be submitted by November 30, 2005 on one of the
following sub-themes:
Service Delivery: Sustainable delivery of water supply, sanitation,
and/or energy services to poor households
Environment: Renewable energy, clean water technologies, energy
efficiency, and/or environmentally sustainable sanitation solutions
to poor households and to small enterprises
Health: Protecting health from environmental risk factors (indoor
air pollution, contaminated drinking water, unsafe sanitation),
including innovative programs for hygiene promotion and behavioral
Natural Resources: Sustainable management of natural resources
(land, water, forest) specifically for the provision of water
supply, sanitation and energy to the poor

Proposals will be accepted through the DM website at Please visit the website for
competition guidelines, the online proposal form, and step-by-step

Gary Liss
Fax: 916-652-0485

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