D-Prize Challenge 2020/2021 For Social Entrepreneurs (USD 20,000) Application is open
D-Prize supports new entrepreneurs who can distribute proven poverty interventions. The world has already invented products and services to end poverty. Yet millions of people still don’t have access. Can you design a business or NGO that solves one of the Distribution Challenges below?
We will award the most promising teams with up to $20,000 USD to launch a pilot version of your new organization wherever extreme poverty exists.
Select a challenge below to begin your application.
- Water, sanitation, and hygiene
- Girls’ education
- Global health
- Governance and infrastructure
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Select a challenge above and be prepared for the following deadlines:
The Global Competition launches on September 8th, 2020.
Early Submission Deadline: October 18th, 2020 at midnight PT (pacific time)
Regular Submission Deadline: November 8th, 2020 at midnight PT (pacific time)
Extension Deadline (limited to 200 people who register): November 29th, 2020 at midnight PT (pacific time)
Round 1: Submit your concept note and resume(s). We generally receive 1000 submissions a competition.
Round 2: Top 5% of entrepreneurs are invited to submit a full 10 page proposal. You will have four weeks to draft and submit.
Top entrepreneurs interview via phone and email. The top 1-2% will receive up to $20,000 to launch.
You will spend the next three months using your talent to start a venture that can grow and help millions of people.
D-Prize is for aspiring entrepreneurs from anywhere in the world, of any age, and any background.
We will consider funding existing organizations only if: you are piloting a new distribution-focused initiative, and you need high risk capital.
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