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CROWDSOURCING

Crowdsourcing


Crowdsourcing taps into the vast wealth of public creativity to develop ideas, shifting individual tasks to a large group through the use of open contests and partnerships. Wikipedia is, perhaps, the most famous, frequently modified and utilized example of crowdsourcing in action.


Watch the video below to know more about Crowdsourcing.

















SESH’s work upends traditional approaches to public health and marketing by asking the public – true grassroots experts – for innovative ideas that reflect their own backgrounds and resonate within unique cultural landscapes.


Crowdsourcing in health and health research: A practical guide. http://www.who.int/tdr/publications/year/2018/crowdsourcing-practical-guide/en/


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