Updated Oct 04, 2019CLOSED

Inclusive Health Access Prize

Offered by U.S. Agency for International Development as part of Inclusive Health Access Prize

USAID's Inclusive Health Access Prize is a global call for proven successes in expanding access to life-saving basic health care in low- and middle-income countries. This prize will recognize and incentivize work that demonstrates how integration and partnership between public and private sector expands access to affordable, accountable, and reliable health services for poor and vulnerable groups. The aim is also to celebrate and spur a broad range of approaches that are sustainable, scalable, and replicable.
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GrantType
CLOSEDJun 28, 2019Deadline
$25,000Amount
6Number
UnavailableDuration(Months)

Mandatory Requirements

StageStage 3: Proof of Concept, Stage 4: Transition to Scale and Stage 5: Scaling
Implemented In:
RegionLow and Middle Income Countries
CountryN/A
Focus AreasHealth Systems (Health)
We are open to approaches from individuals, the private commercial sector, small and women-owned businesses, civil society, university, non-profit, and community or faith-based organizations with which USAID has not worked directly. Public sector or government entities (excluding universities) are not eligible.

Competitors must clearly mark any confidential or proprietary content (including intellectual property and trade secrets) that they wish to protect. The competitor will retain ownership of such confidential or proprietary content. USAID will protect such marked confidential or proprietary content, and will only use it as necessary to administer the competition. Competitors must have rights to all of the intellectual property in the submission. It is the competitor’s responsibility to ensure that they are not infringing on the intellectual property of others.

Competitors must submit their entries in English. While entries will be decided on the strength of the content, we encourage applicants to invest in a translation or have someone with strong English skills review their submission to ensure that they are showing their work to their best advantage.

Other Requirements

Impact Evaluation/M&E PlanAll competitors need to be willing to share their experiences and learning to help establish a body of knowledge that can bring about a greater awareness and sustained change in locally-driven health systems partnerships and providing integrated primary care for the poor and most vulnerable.
OtherCompetitors will be asked to share registration documents in the country to demonstrate legal status to operate where their approach is taking place.

Application Directions

USAID's Inclusive Health Access Prize is being implemented in partnership with Global Innovation Exchange (GIE). The first step in the process will require you to create a GIE login (or to log in if you already have one). Please review the steps to apply online here
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