The Rockefeller Foundation Announces 2012 Innovation Challenge

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To mark its centennial anniversary, The Rockefeller Foundation is seeking entrants for its 2012 Innovation Challenges to solve some of our most pressing social problems, including  hunger and poverty. As many as fifteen finalists will be selected to apply for up to nine US$100,000 grants.

The Rockefeller Foundation is looking for innovations to alleviate hunger and poverty. (Photo credit: Bernard Pollack)

Challenge entrants may include individuals, organizations, or formal or informal entities, such as an association, guild, student group, or village. The deadline to enter the challenge is May 25, 2012 and finalists will be announced at The Rockefeller Foundation Innovation Forum on June 28, 2012.

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To purchase State of the World 2011: Innovations that Nourish the Planet please click HERE. And to watch the one minute book trailer, click HERE.

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