Watch the story of one entrepreneur who has dedicated her life to changing the lives of farmers across East Africa. In a world where millions are starving, Jamila is changing the game.
Unreasonable InstituteDecember 4, 2012
Watch this 2012 Unreasonable Institute entrepreneur's talk on how his venture is tackling the most devastating problems for Congolese living on less than $1 per day – farmers.
Unreasonable InstituteFebruary 22, 2012
This Liberian refugee returned to his country to find it devastated by civil war and hundreds of thousands of unemployed veterans – a majority of whom being former child soldiers. This Unreasonable Institute entrepreneur shares how his venture is tackling these big problems in Liberia by providing employment opportunities for former child soldiers and revitalizing the agriculture industry in Liberia.
This entrepreneur is solving the big problem in his backyard that takes the lives of 16,000 children every day. Watch his talk at the Unreasonable Institute 2012 capstone event.
Watch this 2012 Unreasonable Institute entrepreneur's talk on how his venture is providing increasing employment opportunities, transportation infrastructure & lifting Ugandans out of poverty – through empowering access to motorcycles. Here's why.
Unreasonable InstituteFebruary 18, 2012
Watch this 2011 Unreasonable Institute entrepreneur talk about how his venture is distributing clean energy to the last-mile population of 38 million off-grid Tanzanians.
Watch this 2011 Unreasonable Institute entrepreneur and learn how his venture is bringing affordable, sustainable and clean cooking fuel to Africans – and making households cleaner, keeping youth in school and providing a remedy for the rapid deforestation devastating Uganda.
Watch this talk by 2011 Unreasonable Institute entrepreneur whose venture is providing Africans with technology that is the strongest driver of economic growth – access to internet.
Watch this 2011 Unreasonable Institute Fellow whose South African startup is creating innovative digital solutions as a means for inspiring the next generation of leaders in Africa to solve big problems like poverty.