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Digital Workforce Challenge

Challenge: How can traditionally underserved populations have access to opportunity and fully participate in the technology-enabled and digitally literate workforces of the future? 
Deadline: March 2, 2020Apply here
Support:US$100,000 in prize funding provided by ServiceNow

TPrize Challenge

Challenge: How can disadvantaged communities design and participate in skills-based and lifelong learning opportunities to create productive and prosperous livelihoods in the 21st century? 
Deadline: March 31, 2020Apply here
Support: US$100,000 in prize funding

InfraChallenge

Challenge: Digital solutions for a current or future economic or social infrastructure issue
Deadline: February 24, 2020. Apply here
Support:AU$50,000 in prize funding, mentorship, and ongoing support from GI Hub and its partners

Global Maker Challenge

Deadline: January 31, 2020. Apply here
The Mohammed bin Rashid Initiative for Global Prosperity’s Global Maker Challenge invites applicants to submit their innovative solutions to global issues:

Sustainable and Healthy Food for All: How can urban populations increase access to healthy and sustainable foods, despite rapid urbanization?
Innovation for Inclusive Trade: How can rural communities increase their access to new supply chains and markets in order to create better livelihoods for themselves?
Innovation for Peace and Justice: How can displaced populations access affordable and quality services that are essential to their safety and wellbeing?
Climate Change: How can communities move towards a low-carbon circular economy by eliminating waste and utilizing existing resources?

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