Festival 2

Congratulations to our Festival 2 award winner and finalists!

Winner: Margaret Koli, Presenter, HNP: Transforming the World's Leaders Into Entrepreneurs

Finalists

Festival 2

TOM Societal Innovation Platform

TOM seeks to drive a local and global movement of innovators in design and technology to create extremely affordable solution to acute and neglected societal problems faced primarily by struggling communities and households. 3 TOM gatherings happened last year. 14 locations expressed interest.

Submitted by (@gidi00)

Voting

976 votes

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Girls Of Afghanistan Leadership: G.O.A.L.

Youth Leadership Academy is a bridge over which the young orphanage girls can leap into adulthood in Afghan society with skills and confidence necessary to encourage their involvement in positive social change for women in Afghanistan. This program will be comprised of a semester-long workshop that will be held at an orphanage in Kabul and would also include remote coaching where volunteers from other countries would ...more »

Submitted by (@andeishafarid)

Voting

900 votes

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CityPathways (cPaths): Helping Youth See Paths to Possible Futures

CityPathways (cPaths) coaches under-resourced youth to “see paths” toward possible futures, igniting learning beyond school. Immersive hands-on experiences in community organizations and cultural institutions synthesize their growing competencies, using micro-credentials to validate progress.

Submitted by (@sandabalabanda)

Voting

198 votes

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@EverForwardClub -- Sending 100 Young Men of Color to College!

The Ever Forward Club is a mentor-led, youth development program for middle school and high school students. EFC aims to address the underlying causes of dropouts, the growing achievement gap of inner city youth and youth violence in a preventive manner by providing students with a safe place to share their feelings and build character.

Submitted by (@everforwardclub)

Voting

12 votes

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HNP: Transforming the World's Poorest Into Entrepreneurs

Provide basic services (clean water, sanitation & energy) and empowerment services (entrepreneurship training, microcredit, wifi, health kiosk, & a green marketplace) to slums around the world through the creation of replicable, self-sustaining Town Centers. The services are synergistic, create economic growth & provide sufficient income for maintain and manage themselves as a co-op structure

Submitted by (@margaret.koli)

Voting

9 votes