• Find new young change-makers who will work together to make a positive impact in their communities.
• Co-create social initiatives to address health-related social concerns in Kenya, Senegal, and the Basque Country.
• To bring together intercultural communities to collaborate and develop solutions that meet the requirements of all of the communities.
During the launch of the program, various representatives from the participating countries attended, they include Mr Cosmas Leonard for the World Health Organization, Kenya,
Mr Ignacio Garcia; Consul of the Spanish Embassy, Mr Elhadji Guiye – First Counsellor of Senegal Embassy, Mr Jean Lokenga – Deputy Representative UNICEF Kenya and Mr Abdourahmane BA – First Secretary Senegal Embassy.
Jean Lokenga Deputy Representative for UNICEF Kenya stated, “Health is not an expenditure; it is an investment. It is also the best social equalizer.”
Three teams will be selected at the end of the program to receive seed funding for their innovative concepts to carry ahead as social enterprises at the final pitching event in the Basque country in January 2022. They will receive 3 months of membership and coaching from Bridges for Billions in addition to the seed funding.