Access to energy is going to be one of the biggest challenges for Nepal moving forward. Read this post to discover how one startup is looking to change that and how you can actively make a difference yourself.
Nate BeardMay 15, 2015
This entrepreneur—widely recognized for her expertise in the field of engineering design for low-cost health products customized for the developing world—designs vital healthcare products for women and girls in poverty.
Unreasonable MediaFebruary 2, 2015
Empowering mothers who are not able to access traditional healthcare. First product is the world’s most affordable “infant warmer.” Already prevented thousands of deaths.
Unreasonable MediaJanuary 21, 2015
Watch this talk on how one man is making radically affordable sanitary pads to prevent health complications and school dropouts amongst millions of girls. He's launched over 1500 women owned franchises and he is only beginning.
Unreasonable MediaJanuary 16, 2015
We need to be prepared for this scary future, and Silicon Valley needs to take the lead in developing technologies to track, prevent and manage pandemics.
Vivek WadhwaOctober 27, 2014
A Dutch entrepreneur is giving girls in Kenya the means to be confident by developing a local industry and keeping girls in school.
Nate BeardAugust 18, 2014
Unreasonable Institute fellow Divya Yachamaneni, deputy general manager of Naandi Community Water Services, explains how her company is bringing clean drinking water to rural Indian families for less than $2 per month. NCWS’s low-cost water-purification stations are now in more than 400 villages, delivering clean, safe drinking water to about 600,000 people.
Unreasonable InstituteJuly 21, 2014