Health Equity Hackathon - Individual/Group Submission
Generations for Health is looking to recruit 3 groups from Egypt and 2 groups from Spain with ideas/early-stage solutions on how to mitigate health disparities in those countries. Our focus solution areas are:
  • Digital Health 💻 -- the discipline looking into how embedding technologies like mobile phone can improve health outcomes.
  • One Health 🌳  -- an integrated approach that considers the relationship between environment, animal, and human health.
  • Mental Health 🧠 -- the field that centers interventions around emotional, psychological, and social well-being.
Part of our criteria include(s) originality of solutions, urgency of problem, and estimated impact. All applications will receive an answer maximum within two weeks of submission ⏱️We are only accepting submissions in English. Rolling admission to competition with deadline of August 19.

Selected submissions will attend our Pitch Day in August to compete for a chance to receive two-weeks of leadership training, world-class social innovation workshops, and sessions on policy advocacy.

Do you have any further questions? Contact us at  📥

Cannot wait to hear your outstanding ideas! 🤩

We are grateful to have partnered with Shaping Horizons and La Puerta de Africa, and to be funded by Africa-Europe Foundation based out of Brussels, Belgium. 

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Email *
What are the names of your group members? *
Please separate them using a comma. Maximum 5 people can partake in our final training.
What is your preferred email address to receive communications? *
Is your (proposed) project based in Spain or Egypt? *
The location of project is a requirement for the focus of the hackathon.
Is at least one of your five group member a national from Spain or Egypt? *
We want to ensure supporting local solutions.
Under which theme does your (proposed) solution fall? *
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