Henry Odunga Alobo – Composting Toilets for Ecological Sanitation Project


"Composting Toilets for Ecological Sanitation Project" is a project aimed at enhancing sanitary conditions and soil nutrient recovery in the Mundaya area of Kenya through an innovative and eco-sustainable way. This is a two year project will be implemented by a team of five young social innovators who have a [...]

Joseph Gogo – Radienya Community Water Project


The Joseph Gogo Radienya Community Water Project will provide clean drinking water for human consumption and drip irrigation for the school and community of Radienya in the drought prone area of Nyatike Sub District, Western Kenya. The project will reduce water-borne diseases such as cholera, diarrhea, dysentery and typhoid, which [...]

Richard “Selah” & Vonetta Hinton – Supreme MCs Rule Hip-Hop Expression Program


Supreme MCs Rule Hip-Hop Expression Program seeks to improve social and economic outcomes for youth by using elements of Hip-Hop as a tool for self-expression, emotional intelligence and learning social skills. Performing arts also develops important traits for successful leadership and entrepreneurship. 53% of our students do not have music [...]

Sophia Hanson – National Youth Foundation – Amazing Women’s Edition


The National Youth Foundation (NYF), and founders Sophia Hanson, Jamee Joppy and Carolyn Crawford, created the Amazing Women’s Edition competition to promote diversity and gender equality in student literature. The Amazing Women's Edition calls upon students in grades K-8 to get to know extraordinary women in their communities and to [...]

Kausalya Raman – English Kadhavu, Bridging the Language Divide in India


English Kadhavu is an organization created by University of California Davis student Kausalya Raman that aims to bridge the language divide that exists in Tamilnadu, India. Kausalya, along with the organization’s Director of Development, Shreya Sodhi, accomplish this by designing, developing, and distributing supplemental English learning material to underprivileged students. [...]

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