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Innovation for development

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UNDP Egypt

on 20 June 2016

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Transcript of Innovation for development

Innovation for development
Social Innovation Lab
Launched in
2014
Explore
new ways of doing development
Mainstream

innovative approaches
Why Innovation Matters
Citizen demand for
engagement
and increasing value of

youth entrepreneurship

Modern way
of tackling development challenges instead of outdated traditional approaches

Identifying
challenges



How we use it
Exploring
& testing




Creating
a space




Connecting to network





Technical
experts






Results
Reporting on Violence Against Women
Partners:
various UNDP programme teams, National Council for Women, Vodafone Foundation.

Challenge:
Finding a mechanism for reporting on Violence Against Women.

Approach:
Social Innovation Camp.

Idea:
Mobile application that connects victims to NCW. Awareness messages on bills and subsidized products.

Follow up:
Partners, along with the teams, developing prototype to implement the solution.

Increased resource mobilization
Shift in mindset



Better collaboration

1000+
youth engaged
100+
ideas generated
10

solutions in incubation
Imagine a world where...
Our partners
Various UNDP programme portfolios
18 offices participated in regional innovation camp (UNDP RBAS)
10 country offices participated in our trainings/joint-initiatives: Sudan, Iraq, Morocco, Jordan, Swaziland, Georgia, Armenia, Bhutan, Cyprus, Macedonia, Yemen, Tunisia, Kosovo

UNDP Egypt
We don’t work alone




Greater engagement & ownership
Less costly and risky
way of doing business




Emergence of
technology
and new trends



Ministries of ICT, Local Development, Social Solidarity, and Youth. National Council for Women, Information Technology Institute, Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center, Industrial Modernization Centre, Information Technology Industry Development Agency.
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