These proposals were submitted through competitions run by Lever for Change. Through this Solutions Bank, they are now openly available to the field at large to facilitate learning, research, collaboration, and funding.
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Scaling a sustainable person-centered homeless healthcare delivery solution proven to reduce service fragmentation, save money, and improve the health and lives of this vulnerable population
UTHealth Science Center at Houston
Health care access
We will deploy and scale behavioral interventions that help cash transfer programs maximize their impact on beneficiaries’ health and wealth in 20 Sub-Saharan African countries.
Behavioral Ideas Lab, Inc.
Ghana, Kenya, Madagascar, Tanzania, Burundi, Ethiopia, Ivory Coast, Mauritania, Nigeria
An eco-responsible sustainable solution in preventing blindness of Filipinos by making quality non-discriminatory eye care accessible to poor communities of isolated areas.
Manila Doctors Hospital
“Google Maps for Education” - 20M learners achieving educational success and improved employment opportunities through technologies, real-time data, and partnerships transforming systems in India and US.
India, United States
Librarians and technologists will build the skills and tools we need to effectively navigate and evaluate information in our digital age.
The New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations
Information and media literacy
Skilling through technology for agriculture, for ensuring market-linked sustainable livelihoods to one million farmers in Assam, West Bengal, Odisha and Andhra Pradesh (population: 216 million)
Centurion University of Technology and Management
Install 10,000 Seabins across 200 waterways removing 14 Million Kgs of marine debris each year with technical support, education and awareness for each region.
Seabin Pty Ltd
Australia, France, Hong Kong, Japan, Spain, Brazil, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mexico
We’re creating a systematic way to end trauma and disparities, in the spirit of Maslow’s Hierarchy, moving all New Mexicans from surviving to thriving.
Northern New Mexico College
101 HBCU Digital Pathways to Success empowers the nation’s 101 HBCUs to deliver critical social programs and services to all 101 communities.
North Carolina Central University School of Law
The 25x25 Electricity Access Acceleration Collaborative will work to bring decentralized renewable energy to 25 emerging markets, ending energy poverty in those markets by 2025.
New Energy Nexus (NEX)
Indonesia, Kenya, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Zimbabwe, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Malawi, Myanmar, Nepal
A National Pilot Project accelerating education and entrepreneurship by growing Liberia’s internet penetration from 7 to 40 percent with Internet Backpacks and unlicensed frequency networks.
Costa Rica, Democratic Republic of the Congo, United States, Liberia
Building more inclusive societies by equipping people with disabilities to amplify their voices, lead social change, and bring down barriers to their rights and opportunities.
Management Sciences for Health, Inc.
Disabled persons' rights
Benin, Ivory Coast, Madagascar, Mali, Ethiopia, Mexico, Vietnam
It is a scaleable self-sustaining irrigation model that can improve the livelihoods of millions of farmers in India, and, also positively impact our environment
Stanley Black & Decker
Irrigation and water management
A targeted intervention strategy using a novel vaccine and current control methods will eliminate malaria from Zanzibar and Bioko islands, developing strategies for continent-wide application.
Medical Care Development, Inc.
Infectious and parasitic diseases
Equatorial Guinea, Tanzania
Our project will develop new housing with supportive services to the scale necessary to end homelessness among individuals with disabling conditions in Massachusetts.
Massachusetts Housing and Shelter Alliance, Inc.
Housing for the homeless
Regardless of socio-economic status, people globally will become healthier through access to safer, cheaper technology for removing toxic persistent chemical pollutants and microbes from water.
Carnegie Mellon University
United Kingdom, United States, Canada