Issue Area: Education
In this essay, I describe my solution on how to implement education in rural areas where kids are not going to school.
By: MinhAnh from Huntington Beach High School, California
Issue Area: Sustainability
I have provided a possible way to help fight homelessness through explaining the advantages of 3D printing a house
By: Zoe from Washington High School, Missouri
Issue Area: Hunger & Nutrition
Malnutrition's is a big problem for the kids of Guatemala and is through the charts. We can make a change for the best for the lives of thousands.
By: Haley from Webberville High School , Michigan
Issue Area: Human Rights & Cultural Understanding
The government’s fighting for gender equality, but they can't do it alone. They need the voices of the people to empower citizens to take a stand
By: michelle from Mentor High School, Ohio
This project is all about building clinics and safe places for people who need medicine and help.
By: Solveig from Baraboo High School, Wisconsin
This guy on YouTube did this, and id like to do it in another country, and we could add on medical supplies, First Aid
By: AJ from Redmond Proficiency Academy, Oregon
An idea to solve the problem of lack of education in Kenya with a loving helping hand.
By: ashley from Dehesa charter school , California
I want to engage people who are not employed to look at other ways to survive and not through violence and be educated
By: John from Prince Charles intl school Lagos Nigeria , Alabama
Malnutrition & vitamin deficiencies can lead to awful side effects, like blindness. This garden has vegetables with nutrients to counteract these.
By: Ajalon from Orono Senior High, Minnesota
This project is an innovative pen pal idea to connect children in America with people their age who live completely different live across the world.
By: Samantha from Lake Catholic, Ohio
My project is a way to be able to educate children through a school that travels.
By: Emily from Riverton High School, Wyoming
I am interested in raising awaresness campaign or to open the NGO that will fight and stop the abuse of women and children around the world.
By: Linda from Cape Town, Alabama
Health classes to teach about proper sanitation, contraception, and nutrition.
By: Beth from Mercer Island High School, Washington
Give people in need a sign that says you care!
By: Vashiya from C.D. Hylton High School, Virginia
Teach the youth in poverty English, to inspire them to make a change with the knowledge and power they have been fortunate to gain through education.
By: Renae from Olympia High School, Florida
This plan partners schools and companies in Guatemala to provide a solution to education and employment. Watch the video to learn more!
By: Natalie from Natomas Charter School Performing and Fine Arts Academy , California
Days for Girls provides feminine hygiene products for girls who do not have access to them because of monetary or cultural reasons.
By: Natalie from Burlingame High School, California