The winner project was “Be-You” from Karsten Eckhardt, concentrated on educating adolescents in Vietnam on sexual issues.
The Camp content was, amongst other topics, based on a business strategy, as it is found at present at Boehringer Ingelheim.
The main task was to create and develop a concept for a health project based on social business aspects in a team environment.
23 highly motivated young people between the age of 20 and 29 participated in the first MMH Social Entrepreneurship Camp.
“With the help of our Camp we want to inspire and to support young interested people in creating their own project ideas in the health sector”, explains MMH project leader Sabine Emmerich.
Over three days, the participants had the opportunity to receive basic knowledge about “social entrepreneurial thinking and doing”.
In Frankfurt, the participants had the chance to engage the combine topics of Social Entrepreneurship and Health.
At the end of the Camp the competition was presented to a high-quality Jury.