WATCH: This video captures 5 weeks in 5 minutes—a glimpse into the stories filmed by Unreasonable Media while visiting the second annual Unreasonable East Africa Institute.
In Tanzania, agriculture employs about 80% of the workforce. Yet, most smallholder farmers struggle to earn a sustainable income. This company is changing that—with vanilla.
Cayte BoslerNovember 30, 2015
Less than 3% of Kenyans pay for ongoing insurance plans because it's confusing and expensive—dangerous in times of emergency. This company combines micro-credit with micro-insurance to help people get cash fast.
Cayte BoslerNovember 25, 2015
In Kenya over 70% of the population are farmers. But, they can't access markets, and their income suffers. Ojay Greene is changing that by connecting them.
Cayte BoslerNovember 18, 2015
In 2011, South Sudan became the world’s newest nation, but it knows little other than civil war. Yet this company is training doctors to improve healthcare.
Cayte BoslerNovember 13, 2015
For people in developing countries, counterfeit drugs are a huge problem. Miti Health disrupts the supply chain and helps pharmacists trust their medicine.
Cayte BoslerNovember 10, 2015
For many people, poverty is not having transportation to leave and access greater opportunity. Bicycles Against Poverty is changing that in rural Uganda.
Cayte BoslerNovember 3, 2015
In Kenya, 40% of youth are unemployed. Duma Works provides an SMS-based solution where youth can create profiles with their phones to apply for jobs.
Cayte BoslerOctober 29, 2015
Ten million Ugandans lack access to clean water. The company SPOUTS of Water created an affordable ceramic filter that doesn't rely on foreign aid.
Cayte BoslerOctober 26, 2015
In Kenya, 300 children under five and 20 women die daily from preventable conditions linked to pregnancy and childbirth. Totohealth aims to change that.
Cayte BoslerOctober 23, 2015
In East Africa, it has been a year of excitement around entrepreneurship. These are the most important lessons learned from Unreasonable East Africa 2015.
Kate HanfordOctober 21, 2015