2020 Global Challenges Social Media Kit

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🚀 Big news for social entrepreneurs: over $1.7 million in prize funding is available for @SolveMIT's 2020 Global Challenges: #FoodSustainability, #GirlsEducation, #GoodJobs, #HealthyMoms, and #HealthSecurity. Deadline is June 18. Submit your solution today: challenges

🚀 In the last three years, @SolveMIT and its partners have committed more than $25 million to social entrepreneurs. This year, there's $1.7 million in prize funding available for 2020 Solver teams. Apply to @SolveMIT's 2020 Global Challenges by June 18: challenges

🚀 Calling all social entrepreneurs: @SolveMIT's 2020 Global Challenges have launched! Submit your solution at solve.mit.edu/challenges by June 18. Need help with your application? Take our online course with @MITxonedX: www.edx.org

DEADLINE JUNE 18. 🚀 Apply to @SolveMIT’s 2020 Global Challenges on #FoodSustainability, #GirlsEducation, #GoodJobs, #HealthyMoms, and #HealthSecurity. There is over $1.7 million in prize funding available for social entrepreneurs and innovators: challenges

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Agriculture occupies 40% of all land and is a major source of emissions. How can we build a sustainable food future? 🌽 If you’re working on a tech solution to #FoodSustainability, @SolveMIT wants to hear from you. $1.7M in funding is available: sustainable-food-systems

Technology continues to rapidly transform the nature of work. Meanwhile, #COVID19 is expected to cause massive economic disruption. How can technology help spur #GoodJobs and inclusive entrepreneurship? 📱 Apply to @SolveMIT for over $1.7M in prize funding: good-jobs-and-inclusive-entrepreneurship

If every girl received 12 years of quality education, lifetime earnings for women could increase by $30 trillion globally, boosting GDPs of entire countries. @SolveMIT is seeking your solutions to improve #GirlsEducation. $1.7M in funding is available: learning-for-girls-and-women

How can every woman, new mother, and newborn access the care they need to survive and thrive? If you have a tech-based solution, apply to @SolveMIT's Challenge to support #HealthyMoms. Over $1.7M in prize funding is available: maternal-and-newborn-health

#Coronavirus disease (#COVID19) is the latest in a series of infectious disease emergencies. @SolveMIT is seeking your solutions to help communities around the world prepare for, detect, and respond to emerging pandemics and #HealthSecurity threats: health-security-pandemics 

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🚀 Big news for social entrepreneurs: over $1.7 million in prize funding is available for solutions to MIT Solve’s five 2020 Global Challenges: #FoodSustainability, #GirlsEducation, #GoodJobs, #HealthyMoms, and #HealthSecurity. If you have a solution to any of these Challenges, apply to @Solve - MIT by June 18: challenges

🚀 In the last three years, @Solve - MIT and its partners have committed more than $25 million to social entrepreneurs. This year, there's over $1.7 million in prize funding for 2020 Solver teams. Apply to MIT Solve's 2020 Global Challenges by June 18: challenges

🚀 Over $1.7 million in funding is available for social entrepreneurs with solutions to @Solve - MIT’s five 2020 Global Challenges: #FoodSustainability, #GirlsEducation, #GoodJobs, #HealthyMoms, and #HealthSecurity. How can we produce and consume low-carbon, resilient, and nutritious food? How can marginalized girls and young women access quality learning opportunities? How can vulnerable populations access and create good jobs and entrepreneurial opportunities for themselves? How can every pregnant woman, new mother, and newborn access the care they need to survive and thrive? How can communities around the world prepare for, detect, and respond to emerging pandemics and health security threats? If you have a solution, apply to MIT Solve by June 18: challenges

🚀 Calling all social entrepreneurs: @Solve - MIT's 2020 Global Challenges have launched! This year's five Challenges: #FoodSustainability, #GirlsEducation, #GoodJobs, #HealthyMoms, and #HealthSecurity. Submit your solution at http://solve.mit.edu/challenges by June 18. Need help with your application? Take our online course with @MITx on edX: www.edx.org

DEADLINE JUNE 18. 🚀 Apply to @Solve - MIT’s 2020 Global Challenges on #FoodSustainability, #GirlsEducation, #GoodJobs, #HealthyMoms, and #HealthSecurity. There is over $1.7 million in prize funding available for social entrepreneurs and innovators: challenges

Specific Challenges:

Agriculture occupies more than 40% of the Earth’s land and is a major source of greenhouse gas emissions. How can we build a sustainable food future? 🌽 If you’re working on a tech-based solution to #FoodSustainability, @Solve - MIT wants to hear from you. Over $1.7 million in funding is available for Solve’s 2020 Global Challenges: sustainable-food-systems

Automation, artificial intelligence, and other advanced technologies continue to rapidly transform the nature of work. Meanwhile, #COVID19 is expected to cause massive economic disruption, exacerbating these effects. How can technology help spur #GoodJobs and inclusive entrepreneurship? 📱 Apply to @Solve - MIT for over $1.7 million in prize funding: good-jobs-and-inclusive-entrepreneurship

If every girl received 12 years of quality education, lifetime earnings for women could increase by $30 trillion globally, boosting GDPs of entire countries. @Solve - MIT is seeking your solutions to improve #GirlsEducation and learning for young women. Over $1.7 million in prize funding is available for Solve’s 2020 Global Challenges: learning-for-girls-and-women

Every 11 seconds, a woman or newborn dies of complications related to pregnancy or childbirth. How can every woman, new mother, and newborn access the care they need to survive and thrive? If you have a tech-based solution, apply to @Solve - MIT's Challenge to support #HealthyMoms. Over $1.7 million in prize funding is available for Solve’s 2020 Global Challenges: maternal-and-newborn-health

#Coronavirus disease (#COVID19) is the latest in a series of infectious disease emergencies, including cholera, Ebola, SARS, Chikungunya, HIV/AIDS, and influenza. How can communities around the world prepare for, detect, and respond to emerging pandemics and health security threats? @Solve - MIT is seeking your tech-based solutions. Over $1.7 million in prize funding is available for Solve’s 2020 Global Challenges: health-security-pandemics 

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