“This is the public’s chance to give their opinion on which ideas they’d like to see funded. It’s an exciting and unique part of the competition as we really want to hear what resonates with people” – Monica Nthiga, South to South Lab Manager
The annual Global Innovation Competition is unique. It bring together teams from across Africa and Asia to share, improve and implement innovative ideas that make government more effective and accountable.
Over 200 of these ideas are now up for public vote – and this is your chance to say what projects you think should get funded.
Read more about last year’s Global Innovation Competition, and what our finalists have to look forward to, and register to vote here.
Voting ends on November 11th 2015, so don’t miss your opportunity to take part!
- Wed 11-Nov: Public voting closes
- Mon 23-Nov: Semi-Finalists announced
- Mon 18-Jan: Finalists announced
- Mon 22-Feb – Friday 26th February 2016: Global Innovation Week and announcement of winners
For more information on the competition’s process see here.
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