Auctorem Solutions (WeGah Honey) (India)
Harikrishnan Santhosh; Chaitanya Powar; Abhishek Sharma
Auctorem Solutions works with tribes based in the Western Ghat region of Kolhapur, Maharashtra to facilitate the collection, extraction, purification and selling of natural and medicinal honey. They seek to address traditional methods of honey collection as they are unsafe and inefficient, which can result in collectors’ lives being put at risk and destruction of bees populations.
Fadhila El Discha; Febri Purborini Raharningrum
Bhumihara aims to provide an integrated solution for small islands in Indonesia, ranging from waste management to clean energy provision, reducing waste pollution in the region.
Freedom Cups (Singapore)
Rebecca Paranjothy; Vanessa Paranjothy; Joanne Paranjothy
Freedom Cups provide reusable menstrual products to women based on a “buy one, give one” model where every menstrual cup purchased allows a woman from an underprivileged background to have clean periods. Their menstrual cups are not only good for health but are also an affordable and environmentally friendlier option.
JM Nutrition Consultancy (Malaysia)
Chin Ning Kok; Jowynna Yeo Xia-Ni; Seau Yeen Su
JM Nutrition is a food and nutrition education centre that empowers children aged 4 to 12 with knowledge and know-how of preventing diet-related-diseases. JM Nutrition also develops simple and nutritious recipes that can be replicated at home, and channels a portion of their profits to provide the same nutrition education to underprivileged children.
Lakshya Jeevan Jagriti (India)
Summaiya Afreen; Minakshi Thakur; Rahul Goswami
Lakshya Jeevan Jagriti works towards the increased literacy of mothers and children through dual-generation strategies. As there is a direct relation between a mother’s education and the academic success of her child, Lakshya Jeevan Jagriti wants to ensure strong educational outcomes for mothers and children by getting them involved in the learning process together.