Achievers Scheme 2020

The scheme has been developed with the aim of engaging young people to design and implement community-based interventions and initiatives to prevent or delay the onset of substance misuse.

Closing Date:
Tue 22nd Sep 2020
12:00:00 PM

ACHIEVERS SCHEME

 GENERAL INFORMATION about ACHIEVERS

1. INTRODUCTION

Achievers is a funding initiative being launched by the Parliamentary Secretariat for Parliamentary Secretary for Reforms, Citizenship and Simplification of Administrative Processes within the Office of the Prime Minister and is aimed towards Local Councils, Regional Councils and Voluntary Organisations.

1.1. AIM

Whilst the Government embraces a harm-reduction approach, when it comes to the cannabis reform it still believes that young people need to be informed and educated about addictive substance use and misuse.

As a result, a scheme has been developed with the aim of engaging young people to design and implement community-based interventions and initiatives to prevent or delay the onset of substance misuse. 

The initiative will call on young people to propose projects which would at least have one of the following objectives:

  • to enhance young people’s awareness and understanding of the harmful social and health effects of addictive substances; and
  • to contribute to healthier and safer communities by improving the wellbeing of young people.

2. BUDGET ALLOCATION

The scheme has a financial allocation of €90,000 and the maximum budget allocated to each initiative is of €3,000. 

3. WHEN AND WHERE TO APPLY

Deadline of submission of e-application is noon, 18th November 2019.

E-applications must be submitted to the Parliamentary Secretariat for Parliamentary Secretary for Reforms, Citizenship and Simplification of Administrative Processes through the VO Funding Portal.

For more information on the Achievers Scheme contact the Parliamentary Secretariat for Parliamentary Secretary for Reforms, Citizenship and Simplification of Administrative Processes  on secretariat.reforms@gov.mt

Guidelines Achievers Scheme 2019