Issue Area: Human Rights & Cultural Understanding
Traditional Indian string puppet theatre will be used to address gender disparities and encourage women's empowerment to a broad audience.
By: Elyssa from Rancho Cucamonga High School, California
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
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
Issue Area: Education
My project teaches leadership/teamwork skills to both young men and women alike, allowing them to gain the personal skills needed to succeed.
By: Imani from Ramón C. Cortines School of Visual and Performing Arts, California
Most students do not reach their full potential in school, I want to change this by providing mentoring and resources to students who need it.
By: Sierra from Atlantic Community High School, Florida
Issue Area: Arts & Technology
Changing lives by teaching natives to use their most exploited resources to form an artistic expression by implementing handicraft programs.
By: Emma from Alamo Heights High School, Texas
I want to be able to provide more safe places for LGBT youth around the world, so they can find support, medical resources, and others like them.
By: maxton from Bryant High School, Arkansas
My project involves the creation of human trafficking "safe-havens," where victims can go to gain support to resume a safe, normal life.
By: Grace from Marshfield High School, Wisconsin
Encouraging outgoing and voiced opinions in youth, and expressing similar opinions as someone who would appear so different.
By: Megan from Eureka High School, California
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
The US will send over information so women in India have a safe place to educate, become empowered and pass it on!
By: Sophia from Woodstock Academy , Connecticut
My project would include painting murals on the outside of schools and orphanages with the help of the children.
By: Eva from Penn High School, Indiana
Introduce Students to Genius Hour, allowing them to pick something they're passionate about and spend an hour a day to learn more about it.
By: Elizabeth from Normal West Community West High School , Illinois
My project will help kids to appreciate and become aware of their cultural history through interactive workshops.
By: Jade from Riverbend Middle School, Virginia
Issue Area: Sustainability
Knowing is believing. Believing is understanding our world will not be here if we continue without spreading sustainability ideas to all students.
By: Kristella from Peters Township High School, Pennsylvania
My project revolves around alleviating the stigma around mental health in India by educating teenagers about the issue and how they can access help.
By: Manognya from Monta Vista High School, California
homework club for children, hosting a book drive, and having older students mentor them/be a reading buddy. With emphasis on illiteracy in girls
By: Susanna from Parker High School, 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
Utilizes art therapy in schools and shelters to relieve stress in refugees, victims of trauma, etc. Works to provide supplies to do art at home.
By: Isabelle from Grand Blanc High School, Michigan
Implementing book clubs in schools worldwide to encourage children to read and make reading a fun activity.
By: Mariana from San Domenico Upper School, California
Cleaning the Future of India is about holding a one week seminar in a village to talk about the benefits of proper waste disposal on the Earth.
By: Sumayyah from CD Hylton High School, Virginia
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
We'd create a class where we'd teach children in rural areas about music. (Instruments, musicians, background, etc).
By: Laurel from Gig Harbor High School, Washington
The use of garden boxes is a hands-on approach to educating & solving maternity/child malnutrition.
By: Hannah from Blue Horizon Academy, California
My project is a way to be able to educate children through a school that travels.
By: Emily from Riverton High School, Wyoming
This project is all about building clinics and safe places for people who need medicine and help.
By: Solveig from Baraboo High School, Wisconsin
Educating Colombian children about sustainable habits and the devastating effects of deforestation.
By: Sydney from St. Charles North, Illinois
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
Nutrition For a Lifetime will work to end hunger by teaching community members how to continually provide for themselves through community gardens.
By: Elise from Sidney High School , Iowa
Establishing a basis for families to gain educational stability for their daughters, instead of resorting to child marriage in complicit nations.
By: Zoe from South Shore Charter High, Massachusetts