PAST WINNERS Two winners will be selected from Kenya while Uganda and Rwanda will front a winner each.
We are happy that global policy makers like the World Bank are listening to youth from developing countries to influence the process,” said MS Gichuru.
In 2016, Mercy Anyango, and Jeremy Kerongo, topped the competition while Collins Namayuba and Martha Wakoli scooped top positions against 800 contestants in 2014.
; (ii) What is the one issue that concerns you the most about your future?
; and (iii) what can you and your generation do now and over the course of the next 10 years to improve the prospects for our region?
Under-graduate and graduate university students in Latin America.
No more than 500 words English, Portuguese, Spanish June 30, p.m.
An evaluation committee has reviewed these essays and selected the group of eight finalists who will be invited to the 2014 Annual Meetings of the IMF and World Bank in October.
The names of the eight contest finalists are: Read the Press Release March 8 - June 30, 2014 In preparation for the 2015 Annual Meetings in Lima the IMF invites students from Latin-American universities to write a short (500 word) essay (see Press Release).
“Genre Cues in Writing Assignment Design.” International Writing Across the Curriculum Conference.
“The Constitutive Function of Essay Contests in the 19 Biannual Conference.