At OpenIDEO, we believe that new and existing ideas become better through collaboration, transparent feedback, and iteration. Participants are encouraged to build off of others' concepts, collaboratively share insights, and combine ideas to reach new innovation spaces.
How do I get Involved?
In the Ideas Phase, we are calling on our global community to submit current projects or proposals focused on the Challenge topic: empowering caregivers to seek and fully utilize immunization services in their communities. Proposals will be accepted until 5pm PST on Sunday March 17.
If you're curious to learn more about the Challenge, read the Challenge Brief for more information on this important topic, and check out our Submission Guidelines for details on the requirements and submission criteria. Below you'll find more helpful resources, toolkits and how-tos that can guide you through the Challenge experience.
- Community Fellows—Distributed Support from across the world
- Gavi Demand Generation Overview
- WHO 2018 Assessment Report of the Global Vaccine Action Plan
- Smart Investments that Improve Immunization Equity
- Demand for Health Services Field Guide
- Caregiver Journey Map
- Caregiver Ecosystem Map
Toolkits & How-tos:
- How to Submit an Idea
- What to Do After Submission
- Prototyping Toolkit
- User Experience and User Feedback Toolkit
- Storytelling Toolkit
Unfortunately, we are only able to evaluate proposals in English. If submitting in English is not possible for your team, we ask you to submit earlier, and send a note firstname.lastname@example.org for additional support. Although we cannot promise capacity to read and evaluate in other languages, we will do our best to provide the necessary support!
Highlighted Idea of the Week
This weeks idea: Let's Talk
This idea stands out due to the team's excitement to scale across geographies. They are a team that's creatively built diverse partnerships to leverage the full marketing and demand creation resources of large multinationals such as Unilever & Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) such as Telenor.
Check out their idea and ask them a question in the comments section.