This company is making dental health a priority instead of a luxury for hundreds of Mexicans who otherwise wouldn't be able to afford it.
There's no formula for creating accessible and affordable products for customers in need, but this entrepreneur and CEO figured it out—in rural northern Pakistan for customers living in poverty.
Zehra AliDecember 8, 2015
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.
Unreasonable MediaDecember 3, 2015
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
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
How can we provide quality education to ten million children under six years old in urban slums by 2020? Hult Prize 2015 winner, IMPCT, is building a solution.
Brittany LaneNovember 11, 2015
Rapid growth is hard for any startup. But in an emerging market where established companies have given up, it's harder. See how one entrepreneur did it.
Chris YehNovember 5, 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
Challenges abound when launching and growing an enterprise. But if you are deliberate about learning from the end customers, you're more likely to succeed.
Zehra AliOctober 8, 2015
Bangladesh is one of 57 countries that faces a critical shortage of doctors. mDoc exists to solve the issue of providing healthcare to millions of people.
Cayte BoslerSeptember 28, 2015
Elmira Bayrasli's book explains why the next Steve Jobs is just as likely to come from Lagos, Lahore, Monterrey or Mumbai as from Silicon Valley.
Cayte BoslerSeptember 15, 2015
WATCH THIS 6 MINUTE TED STYLE TALK: Susteq helps organizations install prepaid water meters in rural and urban communities to improve reliable access to clean water in Kenya.
Unreasonable InstituteAugust 20, 2015
WATCH THIS TED STYLE TALK on how Koe Koe Tech is Myanmar's first mobile health app that provides easy, low-cost software for Myanmar people to improve their quality of health care.
Unreasonable InstituteAugust 19, 2015
WATCH THIS 6 MIN TALK on how mDoc provides accessible, affordable, and quality health care for underserved rural communities in Bangladesh by leveraging trust and technology.
Unreasonable InstituteAugust 18, 2015
Global development has made it its life work to identify and solve other people's problems, but it should focus on itself and fix its own system.
Ken BanksJune 12, 2015