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About the Whole New World Foundation:
Whole New World Foundation is a diversified private foundation with annual grant outlays of US $1 million. Through public-facing contests and fellowships, Whole New World leverages crowdsourcing, mentorship, and collaborative design to support socially beneficial medical technology and methodology. Based in Miami, Whole New World works closely with a major science museum, academic centers, and the local community. Working with a small staff, the foundation created the global, $1 millionCaplow Children's Prize in 2013. Founder Dr. Ted Caplowis an engineer and impact investor with a background in renewable energy, hydrodynamics, and sustainable food production.
The Children's Prize is supported by the Whole New World Foundation, which is a non-sectarian, non-partisan, private foundation dedicated to humanitarian and environmental causes. It is recognized by the IRS as a private foundation with a 501(c)3 classification.
About the Children's Prize:
The Children's Prize is a novel humanitarian contest to save children's lives. A $1 million prize will be awarded to the best plan for preserving the lives of children who would otherwise die before the age of five.
The project is structured as an open web-based contest, with eligibility extending to everyone, both individuals and organizations, across the world. Proposals will be evaluated on the basis of the number of potential lives saved, the probability of success, and the ease of verification. The winner will receive funding to directly execute the life-saving interventions outlined in their submitted proposal.