Jibu Tanzania aims to tackle two major issues within East Africa and beyond: unemployment and lack of access to clean water. Their mission is to create affordable access to drinking water through franchised water production sites across Arusha.
Farmers Pride provides supply chain management and a “last mile” village retail franchise model,
catalyzing a modern trade ecosystem for rural, smallholder agriculture. The model entails
commercially distributing quality farm inputs with bundled farmer extension, farmer training and other services like soil testing and insurance.
Our mission is to combat vaccine preventable diseases through distribution of vaccination reminder bracelets and awareness creation on importance of childhood immunization in Nigeria.
Mobilized Construction has developed a smart IoT device to measure and assess road conditions in real-time. Utilizing geospatial data from accelerometers, we calculate International Roughness Index...
Launched by Hult International Business School graduates, Pulse is the world’s first mobile commitment saving service. It will give millions of unbanked people a safe and convenient
Zacharias is launching Pay2Africa, an online payment business that allows users to send money transfers from the US to Ethiopia. Money2Ethiopia.com will
Born from Stanford's "Design for Extreme Affordability" program, EarthEnable is helping Rwandan masons install $30 earthen floors, a much healthier alternative to dirt
Columbia SIPA students are piloting CleanTap, a venture which has repurposed the well proven "Tippy Tap" handwashing station found in rural areas, and is now
Kouzin Dlo sells chlorine for household water treatment through a network of direct sales agents in Haiti. It will increase access to affordable clean water and create economic
Asepsis will implement a highly integrated and sustainable system that resolves the problem of waste collection in urban slums. Using a lowcost and durable squat toilet, they
India faces a silent malnutrition epidemic: ~40% of its children are malnourished leading to ~50% of all child deaths and 2-3% loss to India's GDP. The Breakfast Revolution aspires
PayGo Energy solves the root causes for reliance on inefficient fuels by removing key cost and supply barriers to modern energy. The PayGo smart meter technology enables micro-asset
Zero Violencia will prevent violence in Paraguay by distributing life skills development, a strategy recommended by the WHO as proven to reduce aggressive behavior in youth. They
Kumwe Logistics is a tech-enabled brokerage that lowers the cost of transporting goods in East Africa. Freight transportation costs 60% more than in developed countries, which has a