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In a world of growing population and increasing automation, employment remains the key to helping people help themselves out of poverty. Resolution Fellows are generating employment opportunities in communities around the world to provide a pathway to success for more individuals.

In a world of growing population and increasing automation, employment remains the key to helping people help themselves out of poverty. Resolution Fellows are generating employment opportunities in communities around the world to provide a pathway to success for more individuals.

GamFruits

GamFruits is a climate-smart fruit farm in Gunjur, Gambia that provides a hub for farmers to discuss matters affecting their daily farm practices, offering them a centre for outdoor learning in agriculture. GamFruits will also produce and sell healthy, nutritious, and affordable fruit to members of the community.

Allen Kendunga

Allen Kendunga is the founder of Talent Match, Inc. a professional development program aimed at closing the skills gap among Rwandan youth by providing career development services and coaching. She is passionate about sustainable economic development, education, and building human capital. Allen hopes to create a social impact among young people by helping them realize their full potential.

Talent Match, Inc.

This is a social venture working to bridge the gap between knowledge acquired in schools and solving real world problems. We do this by helping young adults from different college campus and recent graduates in Rwanda get internships and jobs. We screen, recruit, train, and connect students with employers.

Women For Peace Library

Women for Peace Library is a non-profit community library focused on strengthening literacy and communication skills among children and youth. The library will also host reading and writing competitions to promote literacy within the community.

Tuniq

Iman Masmoudi is launching Tuniq in Tunis, Tunisia, a community-oriented design label employing Tunisian craftswomen in rural areas to bring traditional designs and modest clothing to Tunis and the world, while empowering the women and their communities through social programs directed at health and education and funded by a portion of the profits.

Sparky Thermal Dehydrator

Sparky is a low cost, efficient device that dries a diverse array of farm produce ten times faster than the conventional sun drying method. It uses bio-fuel as a source of energy and it reduces post harvest losses which is the leading cause of food insecurity in Uganda.

The Future is Female

Asma Aljehani is launching The Future is Female in Doha, Qatar. The Future is Female is a program that is aimed at increasing female participation in the labor force in the Gulf by providing mentorship, workshops, and networking opportunities that will encourage and ease their transition into the workplace. Workshop topics include computer science, writing composition, political involvement, entrepreneurship, and human design. The program culminates in a conference in the spring for potential employers and community leaders.

Asma AlJehani

Asma AlJehani is a student at Georgetown University, majoring in Culture and Politics and is the founder of The Future is Female. She is interested in female and youth empowerment, especially through education. She believes that the only way to ensure a future of equality and justice is by teaching the younger generations to be more proactive and to learn about their world and what they can do to make it better. As such, she is participating in different educational initiatives, with a focus on women’s rights.

The Cacao Project

The Cacao Project is an initiative which provides participating farmers of San Fernando with cacao seedlings (a long-term, resilient crop which provides them with a considerable income after three years and will be productive for up to 20-25 years), and short term crops such as bok choy, okra, and pumpkins (which will be productive after 19-30 days) to intercrop with the cacao. The produce is sold to the Cacao Project Organization, which then sells it to international buyers. Farmers are paid a fair wage and better positioned for sustainable success.

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