The recommender should not be partner of the nominated projects in terms of implementation or funding.
No, as per the Prize conditions, nominators shall not nominate their own projects, or the projects in the implementation of which they have participated.
No, governments’ projects eligible for the Prize should be funded and implemented through pure national efforts.
Yes, if one or more of its phases were completed.
No, AGFUND Prize accepts only the existing and already implemented projects.
It means that the acceptable recommendations are those submitted by entities working in the field of human development.
Eligible projects are those implemented in the developing countries and best contribute to the achievement of the SDG set as subject for AGFUND Prize.
The role of the nominator is to filling in “Section One” of the nomination form not to provide the required documents.
The role of the implementing agency is to complete “Section Three”, compile all sections of the form and send it with the required documents to AGFUND.
The role of the recommending entity is to filling in “Section Two” of the nomination form and submit an official letter of recommendation.