A global coalition
A coalition of members united by the common aim of better protecting the world against health emergencies, using data-driven research and analytics.
The Trinity Challenge is a coalition of members united by the common aim of using data and advanced analytics to develop insights and actions to contribute to a world better protected from health emergencies.
To safeguard the lives and livelihoods of one billion more people by using data and analytics to better predict and prevent outbreaks, epidemics and pandemics, and to improve the health, economic and social response and recovery to health emergencies and endemic disease.
To give the brightest minds a platform to partner with leaders from businesses, the social sector and academia to collaborate and contribute insights as global public goods.
To identify, generate and recognise insights to contribute to the goal of a world better protected from health emergencies and to drive positive health, economic and social changes in how the world responds to and recovers from outbreaks, epidemics and pandemics.
"We need to come together to make sure this never happens again - we welcome the best ideas and thinking from all people across diverse disciplines, organisations and geographies"
- Dame Sally Davies
The Trinity Challenge brings together the brightest and best minds with real world evidence and data to develop insights and promote actions to ensure the world is better protected against health emergencies.
The expertise and breadth of organisations contributing to The Trinity Challenge represents the coming together of some of the world’s best minds and most influential leaders from business, academia, and the social sector.
To protect one billion more people from health emergencies, The Trinity Challenge will focus on generating, identifying and recognising insights through the use of data and analytics. Challenge categories cover identification, response, and recovery. The Challenge questions have been set through a rigorous and considered process to identify areas of highest need.