Announcing the DALILA Logo Design Competition!


DALILA – Development of new Academic curricuLa on sustaInabLe energies and green economy in Africa is an Erasmus+ Project, funded by the EACEA (Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency) under the Key Action 2 (Capacity building in the field of higher education).

DALILA project aims at unlocking technical and economic capabilities of younger generation in renewable energy sector in Uganda and Tanzania, enhancing the fundamental role of universities. For this reason, the project has, both in Uganda and Tanzania, two main target groups. First of all students in tertiary education enrolled in engineering and economic and social science programmes; in particular students who pursue bachelor degree in science and Students who pursue MSc Climate change and MSc environmental science for State University of Zanzibar and for University of Dodoma, Uganda Christian University and Uganda Martyrs University bachelor and master students, bachelors.

The project in the long term will also benefit local communities that need cheaper and cleaner sources of energy for everyday activities (i.e. cooking and lighting) that could be realized through increasing knowledge and awareness on renewable energy. Dalila project in fact will strength public awareness on how energy efficiency and better energy consumption patterns are necessary for a sustainable development, laying the foundations for new strategies for a sustainable development and growth.

DALILA Project, coordinated by Sapienza University of Rome – UNIROMA1 (Italy), sees the participation of the University of Cadiz – UCA, the company INOMA Renovables SL (Spain) and the SUD Ecology e Cooperation ONLUS – A SUD (Italy), as European Partners, and of the State University of Zanzibar – SUZA, University of Dodoma – UDOM, Sahara Ventures (Tanzania) and Uganda Martyrs University – UMU, as African Partners.

The participants to the competition are inviting to design a logo for the DAILA Project.


The Contest is open to the students of African Universities partners of the DALILA project (SUZA, UDOM, UCU, UMU). Participants, to be considered eligible, must accept and agree to comply with the contest rules and submission guidelines:

  •  Participants can submit a maximum of 2 logos but must be separate submissions;
  •  Logo(s) will be accepted from individuals and/or teams;
  •  Logo(s) which do not adhere to the rules and guidelines will not qualify for judging;
  •   A description of the logo must be submitted, and should not exceed 250 words.