Health & Wellness
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Health is a basic human right. The inequity in access to healthcare and health outcomes for the world's most underserved populations is unjust and unsustainable. Resolution Fellows are implementing innovative technologies to develop creative approaches to promote public health and help bridge this unacceptable divide.

Health is a basic human right. The inequity in access to healthcare and health outcomes for the world's most underserved populations is unjust and unsustainable. Resolution Fellows are implementing innovative technologies to develop creative approaches to promote public health and help bridge this unacceptable divide.

Igem

Igem uses earthenware water pots to trap debris, viruses, and waterborne pathogens to provide clean drinking water to households without the addition of any substances or chemicals.

Judith Lurit-Michael Lawrence

Judith is commited to identifying her community’s most pressing issues and committing herself to create unique and efficient solutions to such problems. Judith is always in search of cost-effective ways of ensuring lasting solutions to challenges such as health care problems and peace advocacy problems in her country and Africa at large. This passion is shown in Judiths projects which have reached thousands of South Sudanese in very effective ways.

Emily Otoo-Quayson

Emily is a final year student at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Ghana. She is studying civil engineering and is most passionate about connecting the dots in her major of study to solve peculiar challenges around her in the simplest way. She served as a head prefect in her high school and graduated as the best science student in her class. This awarded her a full academic scholarship from the MasterCard Foundation at her current university.

MyHealth MyWellbeing

Gideon Amponsah is launching MyHealth in Accra, Ghana. MyHealth MyWellbeing seeks to create awareness of mental health and other issues that affect the psychosocial development of children and young people, through school and community education, mentorship and the use of information campaigns to help reduce stigma against mental health.

Gideon Tuffour Amponsah

Gideon is a youth activist from Ghana aspiring to be a lawyer and a social entrepreneur. Gideon is a student at Minot State University, North Dakota majoring in Accounting as well as a member of the Children's and Youth in Broadcasting (Curious Minds), an organization led by young people that work to empower children and the youth of Ghana and beyond. As a youth activist, Gideon is involved in solving issues that affect the survival, protection,

Kawsar Muuse

Kawsar Muuse is psychology major student at the American University of Beirut. Muuse is from Somaliland, a country which is a self-declared state but international not recognize yet. Muuse is a humanitarian activist and entrepreneur who wants to lift needy people in her community. After her graduation, Muuse worked with two organization, Taakulo Somaliland Community and Abaarso School of Science and Technology. In addition, Muuse started a campaign called Make an Orphan Happy and Belonged, which organizes fun days for orphans in her village twice a year.

Ubah Ali

Ubah Ali is social activist and feminist from Somaliland, an internationally unrecognized country. She graduated from Abaarso School 2015, Miss Hall's 2016, and currently doing her Bachelor degree in Politics and Human Rights at American University of Beirut. At the age of 18, Ali has started her own organization in 2015 called Rajo:Hope for Somaliland Community, which educates orphans and Somali unprivileged students.

Claudette Igiraneza

Claudette Igiraneza,22, is a young Rwandan social activist and social entrepreneur. Claudette is a graduate of Bridge2Rwanda, a highly competitive gap year program that assists talented African students attend international colleges and return to lead their country. Claudette is currently in her 3rd year pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Environmental health and doing minors in public health and anthropology at the American University of Beirut.

Susan Hilda Lokolimoe

Susan studies Social work and Social administration at Makerere University in Kampala, Uganda. She co-founded Girls Alive Uganda with classmates Suzan Mutoni and Marion Apio to address the lack of sanitary materials for vulnerable girls in Tororo District, Uganda.