Eight innovative initiatives for financing non-revenue water reduction have won awards under Phase 1 of The Dreampipe Challenge.
Classic evaluation thinking, as distinct from monitoring or verification, requires the evaluator to make a systematic and objective assessment of the design, implementation and results of a program
[This post is based on a presentation given by Cheryl Brown, for Ideas to Impact, at the Innovating in Development Learning Event in
Under Ideas to Impact, we define an innovation prize as ‘a financial incentive that induces change through competition.’
On Friday, October 21, Dreampipe II launched at the International Water Association Water Ideas 2016 Conference in Bologna.
Froeydis Gording, the Dreampipe Prize Manager reflects on the adaptive journey of the Dreampipe Challenge into Dreampipe II.
The Ideas to Impact Programme is the latest partner in the Global LEAP Awards Off-Grid Refrigerator Competition.
Many of you may have wondered why no country was specified when we launched the Ideas to Impact Cylinder Prize.
Do innovation prizes work in development? What is their value and use, especially compared to other forms of funding?
Technical Advisors for the Climate Change Adaptation prize theme, Lars Otto Naes and Fatema Rajabali discuss the concepts behind it and its importance in developing countries
Stage One of the Dreampipe prize competition (as part of our WASH prize theme) was designed to explore the potential range of solutions, involving financing, to the vexing problem of non
Climate related risks can have negative effects on individuals and households, especially among the poorest and most marginalised groups.
The 1st place Wazo Prize winner has been selected with Sam Owilly of Pawa Farm receiving his Kshs.
Our first prize has been awarded under the Ideas to Impact programme.
LONDON, 1 February 2016: Dreampipe, a major British government-funded, multi-year innovation prize, was launched today, aiming to stem the amount of water lost in developing countries through leaka