Where you live should not determine whether you live, but too often location is the key challenge to child survival. We believe that by working with community health workers to create basic maps about household health behaviors and child illness and
We researched and interviewed the community of San Diego and came to the conclusion that these families needed resources. Our team decided we wanted to find a way to create a system where we could allow community involvement. Our team felt one of the
The aspiration is to utilise the concepts of Gamification and Crowdfunding to achieve higher success rates in child developmental activities from ages 0-5.
This idea aims to initiate increased transparency and accountability by providing task chec
Years of research and studies have shown that meaningful, appropriate, and engaging experiences between a young child and his or her parents are essential for a healthy development. To help parents develop nourishing and meaningful interactions throu
Basically targeting livelihood of parents through “income generating activities “.Utilization of locally available resources or aiding them in becoming entrepreneur e.g. opening small tea shop, agricultural based livelihood, etc. This all can be do
Pay-renting is a social app that allows parent to get daily healthy food suggestions based on their income. It also allows parents who cannot afford basic things such as books, stationery, food recipes, parenting techniques to rent from other parents
Social Mavericks aims to organize local/regional Challenges, in which groups from low-income communities compete for funding to implement social innovations.
The format for each Challenge is different. As a spin-off Social Mavericks organizes a TH
Movis are solar electric vehicles that can transport up to # people equipped with # tablets devices.
They are multifunctional:
Transportation of people inside and outside the village.
Transportation of goods
Function as p
Day-to-Day Bonding calendar helps parents to develop new bonds with their children every single day and give them best start in life!
The strength of the relationship is the main predictor of how well the child will do in school and in life. The
The C3 proposal is to design and advocate a systematic approach to deliver child care services and parenting information for low-income communities, in a sustainable way. This includes a blueprint to put forward a comprehensive model for child care
KHEL ( a digital learning environment) will create good learning environment around children and their parents through audio visual content . Content examples are ( For children- e g ; learning good habits through animated videos , educational song
Our idea is to use basic feature phones to empower parents, carers and teachers of young children to improve children's outcomes. Older basic phones using WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) can enable people in developing countries to download inf
To help tackle the shockingly poor reading outcomes of young children in poor communities, we propose to create a basic phonics course for teachers and parents, delivered directly to their existing mobile phone. Rather than taking adults from their
Many families in rural Western Kenya use kerosene tin lamps for lighting their houses. others use candles, firewood and kerosene lanterns if they are fairly rich by rural standards. Every evening young children who are always with their mothers and o
Our idea is to create a resource centre directed towards the empowerment and education of mothers, women and children, providing them with the tools, resources and know-how to develop stronger and more sustainable communities.
While we believe th
AGAPE SPECIAL GROUP is a Community Based Organization (CBO) founded in2008 by initiative of members of the community to address the fight of disabled children of 5years in our midst.
For many children, the presence of impairment, leads to rejection
We intend to train the trainers. Trainers include parents, relatives, elder siblings, neighbors, and individuals involved in a child’s upbringing. We believe the core issue leading to other issues in child’s development process in a low-income commun
Through the use of human-centered-design tools, i.e., hear, create, and develop, responsive fatherhood programs will be documented/synthesized and scaled up as a strategy to ensure the health, nutrition, learning and protection of children, especiall
Our idea is a nutrition campaign in Kampala and Central Uganda tackling increasing childhood stunting and wasting by helping mothers and caretakers through food demonstrations and health education to make a two legume—one cereal blend for their child
It would give parents the opportunity to take a bit of a break and know their kids are entertained/learning. This would be a great way to reach isolated rural populations using existing infrastructure, hence reducing start-up costs.