School-in-a-box is a media platform, which delivers educational content to the community, educating them about what they can do to ensure their health and their family health. The program would leverage gathering places where there is a captive aud
This idea proposes to incorporate depression and developmental screenings into the already existing National Program on Immunization (NPI) in Nigeria. The specific objectives would be to recognize postpartum depression (PPD) among mothers attending i
Infant Rescue Mission and Well Kids Hub Society is a platform meant to provide information and facilities for education, health and training to parents and kids in low income communities for the overall well-being of the child leveraging on the some
This project aims at improving care for child development practices by using Core Community teams (CCTs) of local council I chairpersons, village health team members, health workers, teachers and local government representatives, psycho-social an
The idea is to create a mapping service that targets families dealing with a recent diagnosis of a neurological condition in their family. When a child is first diagnosed, usually the first reactions are denial, anger and confusion. Support network
ANCHOR is an initiative with the goal of enhancing psycho-social development for by actively engaging parents, children, play areas and teaching communities as partners. Through the initiative, children 's play grounds will be modified to serve dua
The idea is to build community between an urban park which delivers multiple benefits to children, and a large marketplace where preschool children are with their mothers at work. Repurposing simple market goods like cooking paddles into playable p
Imagine an easy access space where parents from low-income communities can go looking for support on the different stages of their Childs development. Parents count with doubts and questions, but also they count with knowledge from their experiences
Children International (CI) provides high-quality Early Childhood Development (ECD) programming for young children ages 3-5 and their moms through local centers located in the Bawana slums of Delhi, India. Our idea is to take CI’s already proven ECD
Monitoring and evaluation efforts in international aid focus on inputs (e.g., number of vaccines delivered) rather than outcomes or impact (e.g., individual children receiving 5 of 10 vaccines). Collecting individual identifying information runs conf
Community-based health insurance services will be integrated into existing agricultural cooperatives to reduce financial barriers to health services.
Training and education for cooperative members will be expanded to influence norms and practice
Hands to Hearts International (HHI) improves the health and development of vulnerable children by training parents/caregivers on early childhood development (ECD) and nurturing parenting skills. Caregivers are empowered with the skills to better the
Our idea is a program (with social enterprise elements) that tackles the problem of holistic child development through economically and socially empowering networks of mothers, and extending the mother-child empathy to the decision-making and transac
Our Idea is to establish a platform for combating the major killers of malaria, pneumonia, diarrhoea and acute malnutrition that will seek to address how a caregiver can acquire affordable and accessible products, convenient information and services
Our idea is a service targeted to those physically challenged children, with especial focus on parent-less kids and also to those who are on the verge of losing their parents.
Physically challenged children are living thei
Reducing child morbidity and mortality is a primary goal for LifeNet International. After successfully increasing quality of care at 51 partner health centers in Burundi, we now want to test the efficacy of our franchise model in Uganda. Our holistic
Every school in this world is over by 2:00 PM / 3:00 PM with the basic essential classes. Expensive school infrastructure is not used after-hours as effectively as it can be.
Idea is to use the afternoon / evening times of the kids who are getting
"You're doing it WRONG!"
Woah. Feel those words for a moment. They sting. They're impactful, but not in a good way, right?
Now, see how this feels:
"I'm feeling worried for the safety of you/your child. Would you be willing to hear some suggesti