Access to quality healthcare and clean water is an issue for millions across the world, and millions are dying as a result. The maternal mortality rate is up, 1,000 children die every day due to preventable water and sanitation diseases, 2.4 billion people worldwide don’t have access to toilets or latrines, and lack of access to safe water sources has become a major risk factor for contraction of infectious diseases.
During UNITE 2030 | Hack for Health & Hygiene, they will work to solve global challenges relating to SDGs 3 and 6.
WILL YOU BE A PART OF IT?
Two days of new ideas and connections
WHAT TO EXPECT AT UNITE 2030 | HACK FOR HEALTH & HYGIENE
• Saturday, September 14th
Build relationships and learn new skills at unique workshops and experiences during the day. Learn your challenge, and meet your teams, and let the ideation begin. Hear from experts on how to best tackle global challenges, and discover how to begin launching your worldchanging ideas.
• Sunday, September 15th
Explore endless opportunities to form connections with like-minded worldchangers from around the globe. Work with expert mentors to streamline your ideas, and work to finalize your solution to the challenge. Pitch your solution to a panel of judges, and compete to win the UNITE 2030 Challenge.
Why is UNITE 2030 hosted online?
They want to democratise access to the conversations, information, and worldchanging opportunities that shape the world. Their Global Summits are 100% online and inclusive. Hosting their Global Summits online helps them create a space where people are not left out of conversations because of the color of their passports, inability to travel or social or economic status. They want to convene a space that is entirely globally inclusive and not exclusive, putting narratives from around the world into the heart of the solutions that they create, taking conversations out of the United Nations and conference rooms, and into the hands of real, young people like you.