The Trinity Challenge Awards Ceremony - June 25, 2021 Register to attend

About

The Trinity Challenge

A coalition of members united by the common aim of better protecting the world against health emergencies, using data-driven research and analytics.

How it will work

The Trinity Challenge is set across three areas designed to reflect the most pressing needs for building preparedness for resilience in health emergencies. People from across the world are encouraged to form Challenge Teams and submit applications that respond to these questions with their ideas and innovations. Successful applications will receive support from Members to develop their solutions. Applicants will benefit from the data, resources and support of The Trinity Challenge’s global coalition.

Our Convenor
Dame Sally Davies

Dame Sally Davies is the Master of Trinity College, Cambridge. Before this, she was Chief Medical Officer (CMO) for England and Chief Medical Adviser to the UK government from March 2011 to September 2019, having held the post on an interim basis since June 2010.

Dame Sally was the Co-Convenor of the UN Interagency Coordination Group on Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR). She has spoken on AMR at numerous global events, including the World Health Assembly side events, the G8 science ministers’ meeting (2015), the Global Health Security Initiative (2015), and the UN General Assembly (UNGA) side event (2016). For three years, she was the Chair of the WHO Strategic and Technical Advisory Group on AMR. Dame Sally was a member of the World Health Organisation (WHO) Executive Board 2014 to 2016 and has led delegations to a range of WHO summits and forums since 2004.

Our Members

The expertise and breadth of organisations contributing to The Trinity Challenge represents a diverse coalition of world-leading organisations across the private, academic, and social sectors.

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The Challenge

Challenge categories have been set by Founding Members through a rigorous and considered process to identify areas of highest need. They reflect the multidisciplinary and diverse thinking required to better protect the world from future health emergencies.

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