Austria and WFP collaborate to source and scale-up innovative ideas for health and well-being in Africa

Brainstorming during an Innovation Bootcamp (2020, Germany). Photo: WFP.
Bernhard Kowatsch discusses global hunger at the Munich office of World Food Programme’s Munich office.
Watch Bernhard Kowatsch on ProSieben’s Galileo discussing global hunger funding & innovation (in German)
The two primary sources of innovation applications were Western Africa (43.6%) and Eastern Africa (33.3%)
Innovations addressing essential health services comprised almost half of all innovation submissions (48%)
Deep thoughts inside an Innovation Bootcamp. Photo: WFP/Emanuel Feruzi.

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