Fragile Oasis

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Digital Green

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Digital Green combines technology and social organization to improve the cost-effectiveness of existing agricultural extension systems. Keep Reading

Picha Mtaani

  • 6 Crewmember Medal Nominations
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Picha Mtaani, Swahili for ‘street exhibition’, is a youth-led peace initiative that primarily seeks to create space for young people to reconcile and become agents of reconciliation to their respective communities. Keep Reading

Eco Post

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EcoPost is a Kenyan firm that uses waste plastic as a resource to manufacture aesthetic, durable and environmentally friendly fencing posts. EcoPost curbs deforestation by providing an alternative to timber by recycling waste plastic, and creates jobs for the unemployed. EcoPost is an Acumen Fund East Africa Fellows Pr Keep Reading

Junior Achievement - Kenya

  • 3 Crewmember Medal Nominations
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Headquartered in Nairobi, Junior Achievement Kenya is a member of Junior Achievement Worldwide, one of the world's largest and fastest growing not-for-profit organisations committed to inspiring and preparing young people to succed in a global economy. Junior Achievement in Kenya is dedicated to educating youths from p Keep Reading

No Borders

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We are collecting your stories about how space inspired YOU to do good works here on Earth. Let us know how YOU are making our fragile oasis a better place. Keep Reading

TechnoServe Consolidating the Gains - Small Scale Farmers

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TechnoServe is helping develop Uganda's matooke banana industry, benefiting thousands of small-scale farmers. The "Consolidating The Gains" project aims to increase the incomes of smallholder farmers in southwestern Uganda by reducing the transaction costs along the banana value chain. The project has reached 26,000 fa Keep Reading