This prize recognises organisations that can demonstrate innovative, impactful and inspirational solutions. Entrant should demonstrate how they are empowering people by giving them access to safe and affordable food and/or related services. For example, an organisation may be active in ending hunger and malnutrition, ensuring sustainable food production systems, increasing agricultural productivity, or promoting seed type and animal population diversity.
Organisations must demonstrate a clear vision and long-term plan to further deploy your solution and scale up your impact, as well as inspiring others to follow suit by furthering that technology or solution.
To be eligible to enter for this award, you should be a small or medium-sized enterprise (SME), a non-profit organisation (NPO), or a similar organisation.
The evaluation criteria is split into three parts, each with their percentages of influence on the initial assessments. They are:
The innovation criterion requires organisations to:
The impact criterion is designed to test if the organisation has:
The inspiration criterion is designed to test if the organisation has:
a long-term vision and credible plan to deploy the prize money and scale up outcomes and impact over the next 10-15 years;
a outline of the scale of their ambition and how they can multiply the positive impact of their core issues and continue to improve people’s lives;
demonstrated an ability to inspire others to multiply, sustain and catalyse further benefits.