The United Nations (UN) World Food Program’s (WFP) Innovation Accelerator Program identifies, supports, and scales creative new solutions to end global hunger and meet the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
WFP is introducing the Digital Health Innovation Accelerator Program, which is powered by WFP Innovation Accelerator, as well as the digilab, which is directed by the BMZ, KfW, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and the GIZ.
In search of scalable digital solutions for the manufacture of global commodities, the United Nations WFP utilizes open standards and methodologies, with a focus on creating and sustaining pandemic preparedness skills in low- and middle-income countries.
As the COVID-19 vaccination campaign continues around the world, we want to use these digital technologies to help speed the campaign’s impact and the rehabilitation of communities and health systems in low- and middle-income nations.
Through this program, innovators, business start-ups, and solution providers are entitled to financial, technical, and methodological support. The World Food Program Innovation Accelerator has partnered with the international cream of the crop in order to launch its COVID-19 vaccination initiatives.
Application deadline: November 21, 2021
Under the United Nations World Food Program Digital Innovation Accelerator, successful applicants are entitled to the following perks:
In order to be qualified for the said opportunity, interested applicants must first meet the following eligibility requirements:
To start the application process, please out the data required in UN WFP’s online application form. For more information about the opportunity, please visit the official website of the Digital Health Innovation Accelerator Program.
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