Issue Area: Education
Proper education on sanitation and hand washing can improve school attendance and overall health in developing countries.
By: Eve-Lyn from Fox Chapel Area High School, Pennsylvania
Issue Area: Human Rights & Cultural Understanding
Enable young adolescents to develop leadership skills to help them become visionary, versatile, and powerful in the world.
By: Denia from Union City High School, New Jersey
My project focuses on using recycled materials to teach the art of percussion to women through drumming.
By: Massimo from MDI REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, Maine
Issue Area: Sustainability
My project is to educate children about the importance of rivers and streams in ecosystems and the problems they face.
By: Nathan from Essex High School, Vermont
Issue Area: Hunger & Nutrition
helping Colombia in health and nutrients how to use money wisely and help them use money wisely
By: adolfo from Monterey high school, California
An idea to solve the problem of lack of education in Kenya with a loving helping hand.
By: ashley from Dehesa charter school , California
My goal is to create workshops of 20-30 students teaching basic math and standard english
By: Camilla from WT Woodson High School, Virginia
With the help of therapeutic ceramics, I will better the emotional health of Colombian individuals who suffered the trauma of internal displacement.
By: Alondra from Jones College Prep, Illinois
Recycling more and helping people learn more about it n teaching new things to people.
By: Valentina from Monterey High School, California
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
My proposal gives a sense of childhood back to refugee children in Hungary through a two-week sports, art, and music summer camp!
By: Luke from Sewickley Academy, Pennsylvania
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
Do not stop until we are proud.
By: Psyrine from Saint john Nepomucene, Wisconsin
We will train with healthcare professionals; when abroad, we will conduct a health screening and teach the families about hygiene/clean living.
By: Sharon from Clements High School, Texas
New Zealand's endemic birds need to have their populations bolstered. This project will help through raising them to be released back into the wild.
By: Levi from Perry High School, New York
Encouraging parents to educate their children through storytelling of how impactful an education can be on their family and children.
By: Linzee from Amador Valley High School, California
A program aimed towards assisting displaced, refugee, or migrant youth in new environments while keeping a healthy mindset and lifestyle.
By: Kelly from Andrew P. Hill High School, California
Supporting and helping local farms to improve less-starving families that are struggling everyday in India.
By: Audrey from Gig Harbor High School, Washington
Project Pollito provides poor Guatemalan families with chickens.
By: Rosa from La Follette, Wisconsin
This project suggest a new model of educational system that guarantee the preservation of their culture and offer an equal and efficient education
By: Camila from Joseph Craig , Wisconsin
This project entails using cilantro and solar disinfection to purify water. More information on walksofnamayani.com/cilantro-sodis-and-a-solution
By: Grace from Sandpoint High School, Idaho
My project proposes an initiative to ban single-use plastic materials in hopes of preserving our precious planet. We've only got one; don't waste it.
By: CELINE from Croton-Harmon High School, New York
Educating Colombian children about sustainable habits and the devastating effects of deforestation.
By: Sydney from St. Charles North, Illinois
This project aims to give refugees in Kenya Internet access and teach them how to use it so that they may access job portals and educational tools.
By: Halle from Jennings High School, Louisiana
Social Emotional Learning is a program that teaches children of all ages how to understand their feelings and emotions and builds the individual.
By: Abby from C.K. McClatchy High School, California
Best management practices as a means of sustaining the growing population of Kenya and wildlife.
By: Victor from Housatonic Valley Regional High School, Connecticut
Thousands of females are killed yearly, simply because they are not male. In India, millions of baby girls are aborted yearly.
By: Nathalia from Ewing High School, New Jersey
Teach underprivileged children the importance of education in a creative way that will impact their future. andreaschangeproject.weebly.com
By: Andrea from Montevideo Senior High School , Minnesota
I will preserve the Maori culture by using a blog to show their heritage. Also, with donated money, I will educate the Maori.
By: Nicole from The Pingry School, New Jersey
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