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Barrier-Free Design

UDita is calling for proposals for Barrier-free Design 2023-24 that actively promotes and implement universal design concepts, creating a tangible impact on inclusivity.

Join a competition that goes beyond rhetoric and into action, through a grant opportunity of Rs. 50,000 given to three visionary Winners/Teams. In this way, Project UDita is not just a project; it’s a call to action, an invitation to break down barriers, and a commitment to a more inclusive future. UDita is brought to you by Mphasis F1 Foundation and Avas with Ethos Foundation as the knowledge partner. All groups envision a future where every person can flourish, irrespective of their ability, age, or background.

Brief:

Imagine your design challenges finding solutions not only in public buildings but also in the tapestry of residential communities, bustling campuses, offices, NGOs, and beyond. The UDita Grant empowers you to address design challenges at a neighbourhood level, making a tangible impact on the lives of numerous users you may interact with personally. Start small, but envision great impact. Think of apps, products, small space renovations, small units/prototypes, and public space inclusions that will be built/brought to life with the Rs. 50,000 funding.

Awards:

  • Each winning team will be awarded a grant of up to Rs 50,000/- to execute the submitted proposal.

Eligibility:

  • Open to individuals, Arcause Clubs, non-profit organisations, educational institutions, and community groups.
  • Participation can be individual or in teams of up to three members.
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