What we do?
Funded by UK Aid, Ideas to Impact is an action-research programme designing, implementing and testing innovation prizes, to induce innovative solutions to development challenges in Climate Change Adaptation, Energy Access and WASH.
We have launched five different innovation prizes in Ghana, Kenya, Nepal and globally (DFID priority countries).
A key element of the programme is testing, researching and learning about innovation prizes for development. We are sharing this learning through learning briefs, papers, blogs and other learning materials.
The Government of Rwanda, in partnership with the World Bank, UK Aid, the World Economic Forum and others will host the 2020 African Drone Forum. The African
On Wednesday 24 July 2019, we announced the winners of the Dignified City Award, the second and last stage of the UK Aid-funded Sanitation Challenge for Ghana
The winners of the Karyanwayan Prize, the last stage of the UK Aid-funded Adaptation at Scale (A@S) prize, were announced on Thursday 23 May 2019 during an
How do you ensure that climate information can be accessed by the farmers who need it to decide what to plant and when in the face of climate change? In a
Last month, delegates from nearly 200 countries met in Katowice, Poland, to attend the two-week-long United Nations (UN) climate change conference COP24 and
The Ideas to Impact programme, funded by the UK Department for International Development (DFID), is testing whether prizes can stimulate innovative solutions