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Support for Trans-gender

just posted in quora ones and now here.

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What is your stage of development?

  • New Innovator, with less than one year of experience in ECD


  • Individual

Describe how your solution could be a game-changer for your selected Opportunity Area (600 characters)

why are eunuchs discarded from our society and family?why can't they get proper upbringing and education?when i enquired to my known ones the answer that i got was because they cannot procreate.Does the norm of our life sticks to only this point?If this is so then why can't they get family's and society's support and build themselves to adapt kida who don't have parents or those who are disabled. Education makes a change and builds ethical values in oneself.

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  • System design: Solutions that target changing larger systems.

Tell us more about your innovation (1500 characters)

If saying practically,neither we are letting this community build oneself nor letting many unfortunate children to get a better life. "We cannot succeed when half of then are left behind"We are simply wasting our coming generations.

What problem are you aiming to solve? (3 sentences)

To stop discarding eunuchs from their family and allow them to build themselvea with proper education and upbringing.

Who benefits? (1500 characters)

Eunuchs. We will save our next generation.

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Hi Simran Tapariya 
Few days ago we shared with you the invitation to the two webinars in which you will have a chance to hear more about the Prize and ask any questions about the process. Knowing that the sponsor seeks solutions from all over the world that can be implemented in the United States, I think this is a great opportunity to hear any questions you may have on how to develop
your idea along this goal. And many other aspects of the Prize and human-centered design.

We’ll be hosting calls on
Tuesday, December 5, 4:30 - 5:30 PM PST ( and

Wednesday, December 6, 08:00 - 9:00 AM PST (

In case you cant make it, feel free to email us any question you may have at!, and we’ll do our best to answer it during the webinar.

Looking forward to seeing you next week,