AIC logoThe AidEx Aid Innovation Challenge aims to find the next big invention to impact the delivery of aid. The Aid Innovation Challenge is an exciting opportunity for those with a unique idea to help others. This award is open to design agencies, engineering companies and also individuals - anyone who has a new concept or product that will save or improve lives. It is a unique chance topitch life-changing inventions to a panel of experts from the sector live at AidEx.

Entries for 2019 will be opened soon.

The 2018 winner was Yolk Station for their amazing product: Solar Cow and Power Milk.

Thank you to our two finalists, The Trace Rx app and The Butterfly Tree's Malaria Prevention Innovation.

A big thank you to our judges too:

Julie Dautel, last year's winner and Co-founder of Zephyr Solar
Leslie Morgan, Durbin CEO
Genevieve Leveille, Agriledger/tech UK
Nicholas Rutherford, AidEx Event Director
Oliver Methew, Associate Director Evenproducts Ltd

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Aid Innovation Challenge Finalists 2018

 
malaria prevention innovation by the butterfly tree
 
solar cow and power milk by yolk station
 
trace rx platform by trace rx