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Global Surgical Training Challenge
How can we create novel, low-cost surgical training modules for surgeons and surgical trainees in resource-constrained settings?
2020 Mission Billion Challenge: WURI West Africa Prize
How can informal sector workers in West Africa more easily participate in social protection programs?
2020 Mission Billion Challenge: Global Prize
This Global Prize seeks solutions that address gender equality and inclusion of vulnerable populations by putting all people at the heart of identification systems.
Reimagining Pathways to Employment in the US Challenge
How can workers in the United States attain the knowledge and learn the skills needed to access sustainable jobs and livelihoods in the new economy?
The Elevate Prize
We are looking for leaders, innovators, activists, and risk-takers who are impacting their community every day! Does your work have the potential to elevate humanity and inspire others to act as engines for social good?
How can disadvantaged communities design and participate in skills-based and lifelong learning opportunities to create productive and prosperous livelihoods in the 21st century?
Digital Workforce Challenge
How can traditionally underserved populations have access to opportunity and fully participate in the technology-enabled and digitally literate workforces of the future?
Rethink Plastics Challenge
How can consumers, businesses, and governments in Latin America and the Caribbean substantially reduce or eliminate single-use plastic and plastic waste?