Applications open: Global Youth Hackathon on Food Waste

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Applications open: Global Youth Hackathon on Food Waste

The Global Youth Hackathon on Food Waste is designed to engage passionate individuals in developing innovative, community-based solutions to combat food waste. Participants will collaborate, receive mentorship and refine their proposals through several stages, culminating in actionable initiatives that can significantly reduce food waste within their communities.

Applicants submit their innovative proposals, which will be reviewed by a diverse panel of evaluators. The top 15 proposals receive mentorship and advance to the online hackathon day, where hackathon judges provide feedback after participants pitch their projects. Following the hackathon day, contestants improve and resubmit their proposals, leading to the selection of the top five finalists. These finalists undergo further mentoring to prepare for the climax of the event: the live pitch presentations. In this culminating moment, finalists showcase their proposals to a panel of finals judges and a live audience, competing for the opportunity to be one of the two winning projects earning a prize of between 500 and USD 3 500 to bring their visionary concepts to life.

More details: www.world-food-forum.org/education/youth...s-zero-food-waste/en
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