Johnson and Johnson GenH Challenge Fund

Funds for NGOs, Funds for Indian NGOs
Applications are invited for Johnson and Johnson GenH Challenge Fund
 About the Fund: Johnson & Johnson presents the GenH Challenge, a global social venture competition where YOU can design locally-tailored and globally-relevant solutions to enduring health challenges.
Please read all of the application requirements before completing each section. All applications must be submitted in English. You must submit your application no later than Wednesday, October 18, 2017, at 5:00 PM Eastern.
By submitting a valid application, you agree to score and comment upon five applications from other teams, using the trait scoring rubric. This Peer-to-Peer Review will occur between October 23 and November 3, 2017. Please take time to learn more about the Peer-to-Peer Review process and our goals for this requirement. The top 75 submissions as determined by the Peer-to-Peer Review will be scored and commented upon by the Evaluation Panel.
Please confirm the primary focus area of your proposed idea:
Environmental Health
Essential Surgery
Global Disease Challenges
Health Workforce
Women & Children’s Health
 TEAM NAME (5 words) :Please provide a name for your team. Your team name should reflect a basic description of your proposed idea. Be creative – have fun!
YOUR QUICK PITCH (100 words) :Provide a brief summary description of the approach your team is offering to a solve a challenge at the heart of care. This can be a new solution, or an everyday idea applied in a new way. The description should read as a short and interesting pitch for your core concept. Focus on delivering a compelling overview, so assigned reviewers want to read more. Your Quick Pitch, along with other portions of your application, may be extracted and revealed to the public. Therefore, your description should not require any other context to clearly explain what you are offering. Imagine, if you had 1 minute in the elevator with our Evaluation Panel, what would you say? This is your first impression, so make every word count!

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