The World Bank estimates that 2015 is the first year that the world's population living in extreme poverty fell below 10%. We are interested in research that addresses the potential to reduce and end poverty, and develop sustainable systems to improve human conditions.
Decades of conflict and stalled economic development in Burma have led to mass population displacement...
For this challenge, we are interested in research proposals for well-defined projects that seek to understand what causes poverty, how we can bring more people above the poverty line, or improving development practices around the world.
Below are some examples of areas, however, proposals do not need to address these specific questions. Any project related to poverty or development is welcome.
This grant is for projects that launch campaigns by Dec 23, 2016. The project that ends with the most backers will receive an additional $500 grant. Eligible projects must be approved before the launch deadline.