This challenge sought technological innovations and interventions which foster sustainable collaborations between public clinics and non-governmental organisations to increase stigma-free access to sexual and reproductive health and HIV services for key populations.
This challenge sought replicable innovations at a local level which can speed up the progress being made to reach the super-fast-track target to reduce new HIV infections in children to less than 40,000 by 2018 and 20,000 by 2020.
This challenge intended to reduce barriers to post-rape care for vulnerable girls and women, including streamlining care and increasing knowledge of and access to post-rape care services including PEP (post-exposure prophylaxis) and emergency contraception.
The Empowering Girls In Emergency Settings (EmGEmS) prize sought innovations that help girls meet their sexual and reproductive rights and health while leveraging their own agency - enabling them to gain confidence, learn and be empowered.
People requiring medical care often travel for considerable time, over great distances and at significant cost to access healthcare. Interventions that improve connectivity between people and clinics...