Exactly 100 ideas came in from 27 countries, and the quality and
breadth of entries are impressive. The expert panel will have their
work cut out, reviewing proposals from schools, non-profits, community
groups, health agencies, entrepreneurs, and more.
the coming days, the panel will analyse the submissions and select ten
projects that will progress into the second round of the Challenge.
These finalists will have the opportunity to develop their ideas
further and submit a full and final proposal in October. From this
pool, three winners will be chosen, qualifying for a funding grant of
up to USD 100,000. The winners will be announced on World Children's
Day on 20 November. The ten finalists will be selected on 17 August,
so stay tuned!
To look at these exciting projects and see
the proposals from your country, visit thehealthychildhoodchallenge.com