Use these resources to support your participation in this Challenge

Additional Resources & Links - Empowering Caregivers in Immunization Innovation

Celebrating one Top Manuscript and nine Shortlisted Manuscripts that show great potential for engaging children and providing adults with ways to support early language development.

We will continue to update these resources throughout the Challenge!

Community Fellows -Distributed Support from across the world

GAVI Demand Generation Overview

WHO 2018 Assessment Report of the Global Vaccine Action Plan

Smart Investments that Improve Immunization Equity

Demand for Health Services Fieldguide

Caregiver Journey Map

Caregiver Ecosystem Map

How to Submit an Idea

What to Do After Submission

Prototyping Toolkit

User Experience and User Feedback Toolkit

Storytelling Toolkit

Learn more about the 2017 and 2018 Challenges and Top Idea Cohorts.

About The BridgeBuilder Program

BridgeBuilder invests in the building and repairing of unique bridges between people, organizations, issues, and beliefs to promote meaningful engagement, and sustainable, community-led change.

We believe that global challenges are complex and interwoven, and cannot be solved in isolation. Whether working to advance peace, ensure prosperity, or protect our planet, there is a need to design and build approaches that incorporate multiple perspectives, keeping pace with the speed at which the global community is moving and evolving. Therefore, building and maintaining connections between people and issue areas is essential. Throughout the innovation Challenges, we refer to this as ‘bridging’ work."

Our 2017 and 2018 Challenges

Learn more about our past Challenges as well as the Top Idea Cohorts for 2017 and 2018. The videos below express the spirit of our Challenges, and the amazing community of innovators involved.

2018 Top Ideas and Challenge Overview

The 2018 Challenge supported organizations working to address urgent global challenges at the intersections of peace, prosperity, and planet in radically new ways. The program encouraged participants to design, collaborate and innovate for the global good. There were five Top Ideas selected.

A workshopping session from our 2018 Top Idea Cohort Convening in Rome, Italy. Pictured here is a Top Idea, TIMBY, and GHR Foundation.
Our 2018 Top Idea Cohort, alongside the OpenIDEO and GHR Foundation teams.

2018 Top Ideas

Equipping Indigenous Peoples With Mobile Technology to Protect Land Rights

This is My Backyard, Kenya

Equipping the Sengwer community and the government of Kenya with a secure digital reporting system to enhance the documentation of forced evictions, compensation payments, consultation meetings and other issues related to the proper management and sustainability of the Embobut Forest.

Empowering Bilingual Women as Medical Interpreters to Fight Healthcare Disparities

Found in Translation, Boston, USA

Empowering bilingual women in Boston to achieve economic security by using their language skills to lift themselves and their families from poverty while fighting disparities in the quality of healthcare received by multi-cultural communities and patients.

Unleashing the Potential of Rural Youth to Drive Sustainable Small-Scale Agriculture

Producers Direct, East Africa

This project, YouthDirect, aims to promote a transition among rural youth from viewing farming as an unprofitable way of life to considering it a profitable enterprise full of potential.

Investing in Young Peace-Building Entrepreneurs in South Sudan Via Cash Transfers and Start-Up Grants

War Child Canada, South Sudan

Promoting peace and collaboration among small groups of multi-ethnic youth in Malakal, South Sudan through income generation, savings and market participation.

Facilitating Women-Led Community Transformation for Families Facing Domestic Violence

My Choices Foundation, India

Prevent and intervening on behalf of women facing domestic violence and gender-based abuse in Golconda, India by training and equipping local women to be PeaceMakers.

2017 Top Ideas and Challenge Overview

The 2017 Challenge supported organizations who—whether working to advance peace, increase prosperity, or preserve our planet—recognized the need for dialogue, and collaboration across issue areas. There were five Top Ideas selected.

2017 Top Idea teams at our annual Cohort Convening in Rome, Italy.
Two team members from a 2017 Top Idea, BioCarbon Engineering.

The Top Ideas

Ethical Gold Mining as a Pathway to Peace

Peace Direct, Democratic Republic of the Congo
Supporting small-scale gold mining cooperatives made up of war-affected people to produce more environmentally friendly and ethical gold.

Tree-Planting Drones for Restoring Mangroves and Livelihoods

BioCarbon Engineering, Myanmar
Saving lives and fighting climate change by rapidly regrowing the forests of vulnerable coastline communities in Myanmar using drones.

LIFTing Up and Empowering Families on Chicago's South Side

LIFT Chicago, Chicago, Ill., USA
Empowering families to break the cycle of poverty so that all children can have equal opportunity to thrive.

Creative Skills for Peace Among Youth Violent Offenders

Local Youth Corner, Cameroon
Promoting efforts to prevent and counter violent extremism by developing the creative skills and capacities of youth violent offenders.

Connecting Displaced Persons with Arabic Language Learners Around the World

NaTakallam, Global
Connecting displaced persons and refugees with Arabic language learners around the world for online language practice.
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