Maternal health

Europe's Future

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Coeo Labs

for profit

Saans is a low cost and easy to use mechanical device, which is used to maintain a constant pressure, and constant air flow in the lungs of newborns and infants to prevent alveolar collapse and to keep the lungs open during troubled breathing in various settings.

Satisfied is the new hungry,

nonprofit/ngo/citizen sector

Everyone knows that grateful feeling when we have food In our mouth;Everyone knows that food make us happy, when we are eating we are enjoying the moment, but what about the people that don't have money for food, people that have bad situations?This project is for help them and help their children's



Mamaby helps women in Indian slums deliver healthy and well nourished babies. We have a range of natural Indian snacks, scientifically proven to elevate a newborn's health. We will provide these at very low cost, via a cross-subsidy, by also selling them in the UK and to the middle class in India.

Stand4 Socks

for profit

Stand4 creates the most meaningful products in the world. Through reconnecting consumers with social issues and tangible charity giving, we reimagine ordinary products and give them extraordinary purpose.

Justine Frémy's New Entry

nonprofit/ngo/citizen sector

A "Pesticide Residue Free" Label promoting agroecology by adding value (economically and symbolically) to integrated productions which preserve the environment & the health of consumers. Each production will be certified thanks to a systematic analysis of pesticides residues & other contaminants.

Emmanuel Omuya's New Entry

nonprofit/ngo/citizen sector

It is a community based project focused on pharmacy and healthcare services provision,it is committed to offering human basic services for social change, sustainable development and build a healthy society for the urban and rural poor, underprivileged communities and people living in slums,



Mexico is among the 20 countries with lowest breastfeeding rates. One of the reasons Mexican women stop breastfeeding is the lack of institutional support when they return to work. PALMA helps businesses and government agencies think of women's needs and become breastfeeding friendly workplaces.