June 30, 2015
Wildlife Crime Tech Challenge is a joint effort of USAID, U.S. Global Development Lab and National Geographic Society to come up with the solution of wildlife crime such as Wildlife Trafficking with the help of Modern Technology.
The applicants need to come up with innovative science and technology solutions to the four major issues, which are:
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Depending upon the effectiveness and usability of the project the Judges will select a project for the award of a Grand Prize and Prize packages. The details of the Prizes and Grand Prize are as follow:
The application process is divided into 3 stages, initially, every applicant needs to submit Concept notes related to their project, after judging, selected concept notes will apply for the Prize packages and then the o Grand Prize. All the applications have to be in the English Language. The details of the application process are as follow.>> Click here to apply for the Wildlife Crime Tech Challenge
An applicant can submit multiple concept notes.
The applications will be judged by a group of technical experts drawn from the Challenge Team on the basis of the solution's Potential Impact and Potential to Scale. Applicants should try to focus on the following questions when considering their solution's competitiveness.