The David and Lucile Packard Foundation is kicking off its fourth Quality Innovation Challenge, and it's looking for "visionary innovators who are courageous in their pursuit of everyone's right to quality sexual and reproductive health care."
The challenge, which focuses on "Ensuring equitable and access to quality sexual and reproductive health information and services for all," is open to "not-for-profit groups and individuals affiliated with a university or who have relationship with a not-for-profit organization that can provide fiscal responsibility," per the foundation's website.
Projects that "engage support communities with underserved quality sexual and reproductive health information and services on adolescent sexual and reproductive health, and equitable information and services on adolescent sexual and reproductive health, and/or comprehensive care" are encouraged to submit applications.
The applications are due Sept. 30. Read the Entire Article
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