Zoom Briefing on 7 May
Your proposal must respond to two key objectives: Education and Access.
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- The project must deliver educational interventions aimed at stimulating the adoption of safer sexual behaviours.
- The project must remain sensitive to and respectful of cultural and religious beliefs to ensure uptake by community members.
- The project must stress the importance of economic empowerment of women and girls as part of a holistic solution.
- The project must assess weaknesses in supply and demand of quality condoms in sub-Saharan Africa and propose strategic interventions to strengthen them.
- The project must contribute to breaking down existing barriers and inequities that hinder the provision and use of high-quality condoms.
- The competition is open to you exclusively as currently registered students at Wits Business School at PostGrad, MBA, Masters or PhD level.
- Individuals or groups of up to four members are eligible.
- Groups may be composed of other members of the University of the Witwatersrand provided at least one member of the group is a WBS student.
- Groups must submit a RACI assessment clarifying the roles of each team member for the selection committee.
- The winning team or individual will have unique and exclusive access to a team of experts to help elaborate their project.
- You will see your ideas implemented in the real world and change lives for the better.
- The winners will be invited to attend a meeting at the World Economic Forum in Davos 2021 where they will present their project.
- Any expenses incurred in the elaboration of the project such as renumeration for time, travel and equipment may be claimed back from the project budget.
- Winners will receive publicity, exposure and an invaluable addition to their CV.
- Winners will spend time and be mentored by senior executives of the local and global RB offices.