Bridge provides education to under-served communities across Africa and Asia. They use teacher training and support, advanced lesson plans and wireless technology to provide pupils with a meaningful and life-changing education. Funded since 2009.
Educate Girls mobilises communities to take a stand against gender disparity, working directly with governments, schools, parents, village leaders, and community volunteers to ensure access to quality education. Funded since 2013.
Kidogo operates best-practise early childhood ‘hub’ centres and micro-franchised ‘spoke’ centres that provide quality and affordable services combining all the necessary elements that a young child needs to achieve their development potential. Funded since 2017.
Last Mile Health develops and manages professionalised community health workers who bridge the gap between the health system and remote communities, bringing critical services to the doorsteps of people living in the last mile. Funded since 2015.
Living Goods saves and improves lives by delivering basic health care door to door. They train, equip, support, and empower a network of entrepreneurial women who improve the health of their own communities. Funded since 2008.
Medic Mobile designs software for community health workers, district managers, and clinician teams. Their tools are developed to ensure safe pregnancies, treat childhood illnesses, manage stock levels and report outbreaks. Funded since 2012.
Muso saves lives in the world's poorest communities by building proactive health systems - optimized to reach patients early in the course of their illness with doorstep care. Funded since 2014.
myAgro operates a mobile layaway savings model that enables farmers to invest their own funds in high-quality seed, fertiliser, tools and training to significantly increase their harvests and income. Funded since 2013.
Noora Health has built a health education platform focused on training and engaging at-risk patients and their family members with skills to recover from a major medical event or manage a chronic condition. Funded since 2016.
Off Grid Electric is a solar home solution provider who offers African homes and businesses rooftop solar as a solution to an unreliable or nonexistent electricity grid. Funded since 2012.
One Acre Fund provides a complete bundle of services to smallholder farmers in East and Southern Africa - including group formation, finance, seed and fertilizer delivery, education, crop insurance, and post-harvest market access. Funded since 2008.
One Heart reduces maternal and neonatal mortality in remote areas of Nepal by upgrading existing health facilities into functioning birthing centres and training community-based providers in safe childbirth practices. Funded since 2009
PAD provides personalised advice through a mobile platform that can be used to optimise inputs and change agricultural management practices. The guidance is based on a set of local agro-ecological and market conditions as well as farmer profiles. Funded since 2017.
Proximity Designs is a social enterprise that designs, makes, and delivers a growing portfolio of affordable agricultural technology and financial and advisory services that boost the incomes and well-being of vulnerable farming families in Myanmar. Funded since 2011.
SPBD improves the lives of women micro-entrepreneurs in the Pacific by providing them with business training, unsecured credit and ongoing guidance to help them start, grow and maintain income generating businesses. Funded since 2007.
StrongMinds provides mental health services for women in Africa, initially focused on alleviating their symptoms of depression through the use of interpersonal psychotherapy groups facilitated by community workers. Funded since 2013.
Tala opens up opportunities for underserved people in emerging markets by building their financial identity through alternative data and instant credit. Funded since 2013.
VisionSpring creates access to high-quality, affordable eyeglasses in partnerships with like-minded organisations through wholesale, third-party payers and retail channels. Funded since 2009.
Watsi is a crowdfunding platform that enables anyone to fund low-cost, high-impact healthcare for people in need. Funded since 2013.