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STEM for Refugees There are 4.8 million Syrian refugees in the neighboring 5 countries. Nearly 800,000 are children out of school.  Although there have been a number of international and regional efforts, access to quality education is insufficient.  Massa Mufti launched STEM for Refugees to provide 21st century life skills and prepare these…(Read More)

Microfinance for Mothers – An Education Initiative Indonesia has a young population, with more than half of its 252 million people less than 29 years of age. Veronica Colondam established the YCAB Foundation to tackle this generational challenge.  YCAB addresses the crisis in a two-fold manner.  First they provide access to education to those most…(Read More)

Three out of every four female medical school graduates in Pakistan is excluded from the health workforce, while 90% of families in urban slum and rural areas lack access to affordable, quality healthcare. doctHERs is an exclusive network of home-based, female doctors that creates inclusive employment for women in emerging markets while delivering high…(Read More)

AYZH | Zubaida Bai

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Female refugees and migrants continue to suffer from a lack of access to essential health products around vulnerable times of menstruation and childbirth. Ayzh has an innovative model for developing and distributing simple, low-cost products that meet the unique needs of women in low-resource settings, targeting the entire continuum of reproductive, maternal, newborn…(Read More)

African cities are experiencing unprecedented rates of growth adding an estimated 40,000 to 50,000 people every day  and are in dire need of primary infrastructure capacity. The continent’s urban population will rise from 400 million today to 1.2 billion by 2050. Christian Benimana, of MASS Design, is leading the roll-out…(Read More)