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5 Things to Read As You Dive Into Our Zero To Five Challenge Research Phase

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As our amazing community continues the conversation around early childhood development, we wanted to share a suggested list of helpful and inspiring reads to kickstart your thinking for the Research phase. We encourage you to dive in for a deeper look at the challenge. Check them out:
 


 

PREPARING FOR THE ZERO TO FIVE CHALLENGE

As with any design challenge, asking the right question is incredibly important. As we continue our search for new and innovative solutions on early childhood development, we thought we'd share a quick look into what has been going on behind the scenes to prepare. Read More

 

IMPORTANCE OF EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT: Q&A WITH DFID'S BARBARA HEWITT

We sat down with DFID's Barbara Hewitt to talk about why it's so important to design fresh solutions on early childhood development and the unique contribution the OpenIDEO community can make! Read More

 

RESEARCH PHASE TIPS FOR AMPLIFY CHALLENGES

We're sometimes asked at OpenIDEO why we run the Research phase first and don't just dive straight into the Ideas phase. So we thought we'd share some reasons on why we've found this approach to be successful in shaping our pursuit of social change. Read More

 

AN INSIDER SCOOP ON IMPACT FOR AMPLIFY

We sat down with members of the Amplify Team to get an insider's scoop on how these challenges are different from other OpenIDEO challenges and why they are especially excited for the Amplify Program. Read More

 

AMPLIFY FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Our Amplify challenges are based on a unique set of evaluation criteria and offer exciting opportunities for implementation. Still have questions? Explore our FAQ page for more indepth answers. Read More

 



Keep up the great work and we look forward to seeing your fresh thinking in the challenge.
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