Apply for 2018 Nestlé’s Creating Shared Value (CSV) Prize!

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Application Closes: 30 October 2017

Nestlé, in partnership with Ashoka is seeking
applications for its 2018 Creating Shared Value
(CSV) Prize with an aim to source, recognize and support leading innovations or programs in the areas of Water , Nutrition and Rural Development, that:

Is beyond ‘proof of concept’ and has
conducted a successful pilot
Has the potential to grow on a broad-scale or
replicate in a new community or context

Has social or environmental impact, through
either improving access to nutrition, improving rural development, or having a significant
impact on water management or access to clean water.

Shows strong financial sustainability and /or viable business model.

Prize Information
All applicants receive : Application
evaluation from the Ashoka and Nestle screening committee, as well as independent peers through the Ashoka Changemakers Feedback and Review process.

Semi-finalists receive (50 top-tier
applications under phase 1):
Detailed Feedback from the expert
Screening Committee

Participation in an online CSV Prize
Networking Group

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Finalists receive (retained applications under phase 2):
All Finalists will receive a travel grant to attend the CSV Forum in Brazil in March 2018, where they will pitch their ideas to the Nestle Creating Shared Value Council
Participation in an innovator Bootcamp with the opportunity to work with Ashoka and Nestle to refine their project proposals and pitches.

Finalists will be featured through CSV Prize media activities.
Winners receive: Up to CHF 400,000 cash prize, A place on the Creating Shared Value Accelerator Programme

Eligibility Criteria
The Nestlé Creating Shared Value Prize is open to applicants globally. Entities may reside in any country in the world, with impact in any country, so long as they benefit
underserved parts of the community.
Entities eligible for the CSV Prize are social, private or hybrid enterprises as well as non-governmental organisations (NGOs ).

Applications from local, grassroots
organizations are preferred over applications from international, large-scale organizations.
Teams of individuals, employees of Nestlé S.A., their parent companies, affiliates and subsidiaries, joint ventures, participating advertising and promotion agencies (and
members of their immediate family, defined as parents, children , siblings and spouse, regardless of where they reside, and/or those
living in the same household) are not eligible.
The aforementioned employees (and members of their immediate family as defined in the
paragraph before) will not be eligible neither if they participate through an organisation that
they have founded or where they hold a major participation or management position.

Applications must be in English, French, Spanish, or Portuguese. Applications that are in any other language will not be considered.
If successful, shortlisted applicants must supply further information in English only.

Evaluation Criteria
Innovation Environmental impact
Social impact Potential for scaling up and/or replication Programme financial viability Organisational Leadership Potential for Creating Shared Value

How to Apply
Interested applicants must apply online via given website.
For more information, Visit CSVPrize

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