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Top 5 Teams for the 2022 Social Logistics Challenge Announced!

Out of 24 submissions from 18 schools and 11 countries, these teams were selected as the Top 5 submissions for the 2022 Social Logistics Challenge. 

They have been invited to present during the GBSN Beyond Conference to a live panel of judges, who are industry experts in humanitarian supply chain and logistics. The Winner will announced Wednesday, 9 November, following the last day of the GBSN Beyond Conference.


Each team prepared a Solutions Package that will incorporate both written and visual elements.

GBSN Beyond Team 3

University of Ibadan and The Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Nigeria

Team Members:
Olanrewaju Philip
Ugochukwo Otike

Project Purpose: Social inclusion of persons with disabilities in Nigeria: Challenges and opportunities.

Project Title: The project aimst to bridge the gap between excess food waste and lack of food available to the homeless.

Project CATH

University of Leeds, UK

Team Members:
Ayesha Shahzad
Hannah Godfrey Gonzalez
Tim Bonsels
Craig McWilliam Cervera

Green Innovators

Asian Institute of Management, Philippines

Team Members:
Nikki Isable Laynes
Suzanne Sevilla
Kirk Anthony Camus
Guian Carlo Mascardo

Project Purpose: The goal is to ensure that every woman gets the comfort and care that she deserves, when Mother Nature comes calling each month. These was developed in consideration of the Philippine Menstrual Hygiene Facts and Period Poverty.

Project Purpose: We strive to become a global champion in implementing sustainable, community-based and integrated WASH solutions.

WASH Advancement Centre

University of Ghana and University of Calgari, Ghana

Team Members:
Eric Senoo
Linda Sampedey
Jacob Amengor

WU CAMA 2022

Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria

Team Members:
Anna Raffetseder
Michael Kryukow
Annelou Dekkers
Celina Adams

Project Purpose: Helping Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) to develop a better infrastructure for their waste management will not only give people the possibility to benefit from a better economy with more tourism and investments, it will also provide access to sanitary facilities and clean water and better health conditions for everyone living in KMC. In addition, it will decrease the risk of flooding as waste is currently blocking the water draining systems all around the city