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Samim Second Cycle


  • Waste management
  • Circular economy
  • Sustainable mobility
  • Responsible consumption
  • Eco-urbanism
  • Urban agriculture
  • Sustainable food
  • Sustainable tourism
  • Housing and energy transition
  • Social and Civic innovations

The next phase of the project involves pre-selecting 18 projects to join the boot camp and benefit from individualized support sessions. During the boot camp, participants will attend workshops and engage in co-construction and collective reflection exercises to help them better structure their ideas before submitting full applications. The objective is to challenge project leaders to think strategically and plan their projects on three levels: strategic, operational, and budgetary.

Once the boot camp is complete, participants will submit their full applications and pitch their ideas to the jury/funding committee. This committee will select six projects to receive 30,000-40,000 euros in grant funding. This funding will enable the CSOs to move their projects forward and make a positive impact in their communities.

Finally, the JYIF (Jordanian Youth Innovation Forum) will sustain support sessions and grant management to ensure that the projects are effectively implemented and achieve their intended outcomes. This ongoing support is critical to the success of the projects and helps to ensure that the CSOs are well-equipped to navigate the complex challenges they will face as they work to create positive change in their communities.

In conclusion, Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) are crucial partners in building sustainable cities and achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. The Samim project is a testament to the importance of supporting and empowering CSOs in their efforts to create positive change in their local communities. Through Samim’s focus on financing projects that promote sustainable and inclusive practices, we can work towards a more equitable and just future for all. We believe that investing in the capacity building of young civil society actors is key to driving progress towards sustainable cities and a better tomorrow.

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