CrowdSolving for Improving Public Services 

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Running Challenges

Rewards

For each of challenges, three shortlisted candidates will have the opportunity to present their ideas in a pitch competition attended by GIZ members and government officials and will gain exposure within the development community.  
The winner from the pitch competition will receive : 

FINANCIAL Reward 
A reward of 80,000 EGP (inc taxes) provided by GIZ/IPSP to implement the solution with their collaboration. The reward will be given in installments, in accordance to milestones set by the innovator(s) according to their plan of action. Winners will also receive:
Acknowledgment
Recognition and support from the IPSP/GIZ across their networks, including
- The possibility of future collaboration with GIZ.
- Acknowledgment of the winner among GIZ partners. 
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How to Participate

APPLY

Submit a complete application and all the requested material by April 30th 11:59 pm EST.

SHORTLISTING

Wait for the announcement of the three shortlisted candidates for each solution which will be based on

PITCH COMPETITION

Shortlisted candidates will be invited to present their ideas to a committee consisting of GIZ members and government officials in a pitch competition.

WINNERS ANNOUNCED

 A winner for each challenge will be will be chosen to sign a contract with GIZ to implement their solution in full effect. *

* The innovator(s) will be responsible for designing, creating, and implementing the final solution and committed to providing technical assistance to deal with any problems that may occur within the first year after delivery of the solution.

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About ipsp

The Improvement of Public Services Project (IPSP) is one of the GIZ projects implemented in Egypt with the aim to improve the Egyptian government’s efforts towards decentralization and reforming its public administration.

Our approch

To improve service delivery at the local level by strengthening subnational administrative structures and launching or redeveloping Citizens’ Service Centers (CSCs). IPSP’s interventions in improving public services encounter several challenges/problems (often of systemic nature) that require innovative out-of-the-box solutions.

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