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By us collecting unwanted and leftover food from large events, it can help feed the homeless and
Food wastage is a world wide problem and it`s happening even in the university`s Restaurant.
Through books, apps & cartoons we tell the story of ‘Detective Dot’, an 8 year old female cod
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Khama is an accessories brand built on a collaboration between designers in London and Malawi.
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We are harnessing the power of fashion, eco manufacturing technology and social advocacy to help
Minorities are stripped of context and defined as the exception.
A social enterprise dedicated to supporting young adult Nigerians.
A social enterprise dedicated to supporting young adult Nigerians.
Bounce Works is a social enterprise that creates connected products to help kids thrive.
These kind of resources are going to be anchored or perhaps unprotected.
drug and gang affiliation has become a real issue for young boys in my community.
Help a war-torn Sri Lankan community and get healthy at the same time!
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YOU is a project initiated to work on the young individual skill development in terms of media co
Every year 800,000 children under five die needlessly from a common preventable disease – diarrho
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Stand Against Violence (SAV) is a registered charity founded following the murder of 17 year old
voXup helps information flow through communities in a way that's centred on local issues, not pol
Entered in Feedback Labs
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BigBarn's mission is to reconnect consumers with their local producers of food and encourage trad
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MedLock saves lives and allows patients to use prescription drugs as intended in a safe, secure,
We plan on creating a new financial product called a development impact bond.
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