While this information is not regarding energy, I thought some persons on this list serv may have ideas to contribute.  Regards,  Kathleen Pagan, Alachua County

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Sent: Friday, June 10, 2016 3:03 PM
Subject: Last call! Apply by June 17th to Combating Zika and Future Threats.

USAID invites global problem solvers to answer the call to generate technologies addressing the disease threats of tomorrow.

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Deadline - Friday, June 17!

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) invites global problem solvers to answer the call to generate cutting-edge technologies and approaches that better prepare the world to address the disease threats of tomorrow.

The Combating Zika and Future Threats Grand Challenge<> will invest up to $30 million in solutions that can help mitigate the spread and impact of the Zika virus by filling critical gaps in the pipeline and improving our ability to prevent, detect, and respond to future infectious disease outbreaks. The Challenge seeks innovative ideas that address key challenges and opportunities in vector control, personal and household protection, healthcare worker safety, surveillance, clinic and laboratory systems, diagnostics, sample transport, community engagement, and healthcare worker tools.

Learn more and answer the call for innovative ideas.

  *   Visit our webpage<> for more information and download a copy of the call for ideas.
  *   Submit an Idea: The deadline to submit your application<> to the Future Threats portion of the Challenge is Friday, June 17, at 5:00pm EDT!

Your imagination can help us spark transformational change and accelerate substantial and sustainable progress against future health threats. Together, we can transform insurmountable development challenges into solvable problems.

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