Global Poverty Alleviation
What is Global Poverty Alleviation?
The Blum Center for Developing Economies supports innovative approaches to poverty alleviation. Through its commitment to multi-disciplinary research and teaching, and emphasis on novel technologies and approaches, the Blum Center fosters student projects that tie UC Berkeley expertise to real-world problems. For this category, describe an action-oriented, inter-disciplinary project that would help alleviate poverty. Possible areas of innovation include (but are not limited to) wireless technologies and delivery services, education, health care, and agriculture.
Category Specific Rules
The “Global Poverty Alleviation” category is open to all matriculated undergraduate and graduate students at UC Berkeley, UC Davis, and UC San Francisco. Multidisciplinary teams are strongly encouraged. For additional information about general contest rules, timing and how to apply, please refer to the Contest Application Requirements.
Category Specific Resources
The Blum Center for Developing Economies
The Blum Center links world-class faculty, inspiring new curriculum, and innovative technologies, services and business models to create real-world solutions for developing economies.