Resolution Fellows Liana Rosenman, Kristina Saffran and Ashley Tritt will create Project HEAL: Family Network, a network of supportive meetings, moderated by professional psychologists, for the families of young women suffering from eating disorders.
Resolution Fellows Aseya Kakar, Linda Nkosi and Daniel Sopdie constructed a 60m^3 bio-latrine digester at a refugee camp in Mpaka, Swaziland, providing skills training, employment, waste management, and renewable energy for this 400-person community.
Resolution is proud to collaborate with the Youth Assembly at the United Nations, a conference managed by the Friendship Ambassadors Foundation and supported by the United Nations. The conference hosts young leaders from around the world, and is focused on the theme of young leaders making a difference, today and tomorrow, through the United Nations’ Millennium Development Goals.
This year, The Resolution Project will sponsor social venture proposals by undergraduate students at the Igniting Innovation Summit. Preparing a proposal for the SVC will involve some planning before the conference.