Arvind piloted a new approach for improving education in resource-limited settings. He will rely on digital student assessments to increase
Maria co-founded Livelyhoods in 2011, and will launch the iSmart network to distribute clean-burning cook stoves as replacements for dangerous
Olivia launched Juabar in Tanzania. Juabar kiosks use solar power to charge mobile phones and are also a point-of-sale for household solar lamps. Kiosks are run by local “jua-preneurs”.
Jackie and Diana launched Essmart to connect local India retailers with manufacturers of solar lamps, home lighting systems, water filters and other essential products. They plan to
Katie launched Watch Me Go, a crowd-sourced funding platform to provide education scholarships for girls in Kenya. Watch Me Go will allow donors to build a virtual classroom of