GiftedMom developed a mobile app that has provided 550,000 mothers and pregnant women with access to quality health care and education, through the app and SMS – in Cameroon and Ivory Coast.
GLOBHE uses drones to detect global health outbreaks through AI and drone-captured imagery. Data is collected from a network of its 3,600 drone pilots in 28 countries – which has benefited 100,000 individuals to date.
One Family Health builds primary healthcare centres to expand the reach of affordable quality healthcare, in Rwanda. It has impacted 2 million people at 110 clinics across 13 districts.
INMED builds solar powered aquaponics closed systems that use 90% less water and produce up to 10 times more yield – which has benefitted 5,000 small-scale farmers in Jamaica, South Africa, and Peru.
Okuafo Foundation developed a smartphone application using AI to determine and diagnose diseases in crops at an early stage – without an internet connection. This has helped 30,000 farmers reduce their crop losses and improve their harvest by 50% in Ghana, Nigeria, Togo, and Burkina Faso.
Thriving Green created a solution that grows spirulina in less-developed countries to help fight malnutrition. 500 people including children at orphanages are fed daily through its two facilities in Kenya.
Electricians Without Borders provides high quality solar equipment and training to refugee camps – which has impacted 50,000 people via 129 ongoing projects in 38 countries.
Kingo Energy is a pay-as-you-go service that combines a rooftop PV module with a compact battery, providing affordable clean energy to over 55,000 pre-pay households and over 280,000 people in Guatemala and Colombia.
Solarkiosk is a last mile distribution provider of solar products for rural and off grid areas across Sub-Saharan Africa – reaching over 5 million people in 13 countries.
AIDFI manufactures and installs affordable hybrid ram pumps, utilising the energy contained in falling water to pump water to higher elevations. It has installed 1,000 ram pumps in 520 villages, benefitting around 260,000 people, in 12 countries.
Ceres Imaging created a solution that employs proprietary spectral imaging sensors and AI-based analytics to optimise water use in agriculture – saving 95 billion liters of water, per year, and serving approximately 1,000,000 acres in USA and Australia.
RanMarine Technology develops the WasteShark, a drone that removes plastic, microplastic, oil, invasive plants and general trash from water - to date 4.16 million people in Panama, UK, Netherlands and the UAE have benefited from this, and WasteShark is now also serving the people of South Korea, Nigeria, South Africa, Denmark and the USA.
Air Batalla is looking to develop a sea greenhouse to help eliminate water and food issues within its local community.
Bachillerato General Oficial “Netzahualcóyotl” is looking to implement micro-turbines and rain water harvesting systems to address issues relating to lack of water, electricity, and malnutrition.
Escola SESI Djamla Pessao is looking to implement a Scientific Initiation Programme on Green Technologies (SIPGT) such as rain water harvesting, generation of biogas and use of solar energy.
Hakimi Aliyu Secondary School plans to build an enviro-agricultural skill acquisition centre for students to acquire skills and empowerment through vocational training.
Koforidua Senior High Technical School plans to install a 200 kW solar plant to meet the school’s daily electricity requirements, while helping the students learn about semi-conductors and electrolysis.
Mpesa Foundation Academy plans to install solar panels to generate electricity to pump and treat water for domestic use with drip irrigation to produce organic food at the schools’ farm.
Al Amal Junior High School plans to implement of a project focused on generating water through the use of clean energy.
The Philippine Global School plans to construct and implement an aquaponic system within the school’s existing biodome project.
Umm Al-Arab School plans to implement a scientific project that considers environmental auditing and adopting solutions for waste irrigation and energy.
Romain-Rolland-Gymnasium plans to develop a combined solar energy system with a novel storage system focused on hydrogen.
School N22 plans to implement a ‘Take the Power from the Sun’ project, which aims to install a 15 kW PV system and develop a mini-greenhouse.
United World College (Mostar) is looking to install solar panels, water saving technologies, triple-glazed windows, and insulation to build one of the first sustainable buildings, in Mostar.
The BlinkNow Foundation plans to build an aquaponics system that will provide a sustainable ecosystem in which fish and plants can be simultaneously grown and maintained.
Bloom Nepal School plans to install biogas units called BioBoxX, that will convert up to 1 tonne of organic waste into biogas and organic manure.
The Delhi Public School Society is planning to build a community centre, “Sustainable Tinkering Park” (STP) that will allow students to study sustainable and environmentally friendly practices.
Eutan Tarawa Ieta Junior Secondary School is planning to install solar panels on its rooftop, develop an organic food production area, install rainwater tanks, and solar powered pumps.
Kamil Muslim College is looking to install a 25kW solar plant, 2 x 5,000-litre water tanks, and a water purifier to be connected to the school’s water supply and fish farm.
Otago Girls’ High School is planning to develop an Innovation and Sustainability Hub that will allow students to pilot sustainable projects including wind and solar energy, recycling, and food production.
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