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Tuesday, 24 March 2015

Aliko Dangote, Jim Ovia, other business leaders talk $1m Health Innovation Challenge

Less than ten days to go: Join Alhaji Dangote, Mr. Jim Ovia and other business leaders to save the lives of one million Nigerian mothers and children in the $1 Million Health Innovation Challenge. Alhaji Aliko Dangote, Mr. Jim Ovia, Dr. Muhammad Ali Pate, Dr. Muntaqa Umar Sadiq, Mrs. Joke Bakare, Mr. Audu Maikori and Ms. Osas Ighodaro call on innovators to apply to the $1 Million Health Innovation Challenge. Watch the video above...

 
Approximately one million women and children die every year in Nigeria from illnesses and poor health services. The Private Sector Health Alliance believes that to stop this from happening again this year and in the future, the health sector has to be ready to try new 'out-of-the-box' approaches to improve the health system and quality of services it provides. This led to the launch of the Health Innovation Challenge which is a competition to identify, celebrate, reward and invest in healthcare innovations that address Nigeria's biggest health problems.  

Prizes to be awarded to health innovators include:

1st Prize Category   - Grants up to $100,000.00
2nd Prize Category  - Grants up to $50,000.00
3rd Prize Category   - Grants up to $30,000.00

Are you an enterpreneur techi, health professional, subject matter expert, academia, student, or you simply have a passion for innovation? Then this is definitely for you! Apply now to the HIC:

The deadline to apply is the 31st of March

Goodluck!

27 comments:

Davido's driver said...

Ok i will apply. Lindaobserve

Jojo said...

Nice one

Anonymous said...

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TAMARA SPLASH said...

Mmmmm. Nice

Anonymous said...

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Unknown said...

Kind gesture

Unknown said...

Nice one

Anonymous said...

Ok. Seen and delighted


























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Unknown said...

Ok

Unknown said...

Nice one, and thumbs up to them. More power to their elbows, and I wish those dat wil b part of it success.

Mz MNB said...

goodluck to the winners

Unknown said...

Hmmmmm, nice one. Kudos to all of them & God's blessings upon them for this noble act. Linda take note!

Unknown said...

Hmmmmm, nice one. Kudos to all of them & God's blessings upon them for this noble act. Linda take note!

Unknown said...

Hmmmmm, nice one. Kudos to all of them & God's blessings upon them for this noble act. Linda take note!

Unknown said...

Hmmmmm, nice one. Kudos to all of them & God's blessings upon them for this noble act. Linda take note!

Abraham Ndu said...

Wow...ok o

GALORE said...

Yea......

Good luck






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Unknown said...

Well done

Anonymous said...

Baba olowo!!

Anonymous said...

Baba olowo!!

Unknown said...

Nice one. Its nice to know they have such kind minds.




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Anonymous said...

Osas say goodbye to Gbenro right now. Once they start to call among these people hehehe we know

Subomi said...

I like this. Good one!

Anonymous said...

#smh - this is the right time to do this right? waiting another 2 weeks or 3 will mean the challenge won't happen? We all just woke up because Buhari is about to change this country.

#smh - The ministry of agriculture was simply being mischievous when it said that it eliminated N26 billion annual corruption in fertiliser distribution. Using the same baseline technique, we can ask what the total budget for fertiliser per year was in those years. That was what Adamu Bello did. The answer may surprise you: N3 billion!

#smh - How can you steal 26 from 3? Bello said the total subsidy between 1999 and 2007 was under N25billion. “This can be verified from the Budget Office of the Federal Ministry of Finance,” he said.

Anonymous said...

So man no dey die na only women and children abi?

Unknown said...

Nice

Unknown said...

nice one

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