Ladies and Gentlemen, get your pencils ready!
Contest detail after the jump… Feel free to post creative global health suggestions in the comments.
From the CSIS contest website:
Answer the following question to be eligible for $1,000 and publication in our report:
What is the most important thing the U.S. can do to improve global health over the next 15 years?
The CSIS Commission on Smart Global Health is publishing a report in January 2010 that charts the future for U.S. global health policy. We’re seeking fresh, new ideas that can produce big gains in global health.
You don’t have to be a tenured professor or a world-renowned expert. You just need to explain, passionately and convincingly, what you think is the smartest way to improve global health.
- Submissions will be accepted between October 12 and November 20, 2009.
- Entries must be at least 500 words and no longer than 800 words.
- The student who submits the winning response will receive a $1,000 scholarship. The student who submits the runner-up response will receive a $500 scholarship.
- The non-student who submits the winning response will receive a $1,000 prize. The non-student who submits the runner-up response will receive a $500 prize.
- The CSIS Commission on Smart Global Health will be the sole arbiter of determining the winning entries.
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