Nutrients for All: Vitality for People and the Planet

b>Winners Announced! Competition Judges have selected eight winners among the 21 competition finalists. Three grand prize winners will each receive $10,000 US in prize money. Five Runners-Up will each receive $3,000 US.

 

Winners Announced! Competition Judges have selected eight winners among the 21 competition finalists. Three grand prize winners will each receive $10,000 US in prize money. Five Runners-Up will each receive $3,000 US.

 

Grand Prize Winners

Runners Up

As a reminder, all entrants have been provided narrative comments and a baseline comparison on their feedback dashboard. Whether you're embarking on the next stage of the competition, or looking to optimize your project page, be sure to consider these personalized comments.

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Ashoka’s Nutrients for All and Ashoka Changemakers have been seeking innovative solutions that will ensure the availability of nutrients for healthy, natural ecosystems, farms, food, and people. Entrants were competing for a chance to win a total of $45,000 in cash prizes generously offered by the Lemelson Foundation and Aberdare Ventures, among others.

Follow us at #nutrients4all on Twitter and on Facebook to receive updates about the Nutrients for All competition and to send us your feedback. For questions about the competition, email [email protected].

Prize
  • Up to $45,000 in unrestricted funding to boost your project.Three grand prize winners will each receive $10,000 US in prize money. Five Runners-Up will each receive $3,000 US.
  • Early Entry Prize: One of two cash prizes of US $500 and an opportunity to participate in the Ashoka Globalizer conference.
  • Special Focus Prizes: NetSuite.org is pleased to offer their cloud business management software, a $44,000/year value, as a prize to innovators who are ready to scale their social enterprises and take their impact on the nutrient value chain to the next level.

Timeline

Winner is Announced

September 18, 2013
  • Launch
    April 17, 2013
  • Entry Deadline
    June 19, 2013
  • Winner is Announced
    September 18, 2013

Prize

Total value:
46 000
  • Up to $45,000 in unrestricted funding to boost your project.Three grand prize winners will each receive $10,000 US in prize money. Five Runners-Up will each receive $3,000 US.
  • Early Entry Prize: One of two cash prizes of US $500 and an opportunity to participate in the Ashoka Globalizer conference.
  • Special Focus Prizes: NetSuite.org is pleased to offer their cloud business management software, a $44,000/year value, as a prize to innovators who are ready to scale their social enterprises and take their impact on the nutrient value chain to the next level.

Competition entries

Title Contributor Location
Virtual farmers market building a social, local food supply chain Anthony Davison United Kingdom
Future Farmers in the Spotlight (FF) Joris van der Kamp
Mulanje Energy Co-Operative Ryan Cassidy Scotland - Malawi, United Kingdom
Growers' Nation Selena Georgiou
Soil Testing Kit Selena Georgiou
Fertilizer which is produced of 100 % organic waste-products Bojan Pelivanoski Germany
Local Food Production Helps The Planet And Your Health! Zamfir Camelia Romania
The doo diversion project Liz Bodor
CoolBox Tom Monballiu Netherlands
Kromkommer (Crookedcumber) Jente de Vries Rotterdam, Netherlands
Re-use of Human Waste in Small-Scale Agriculture and Forestry Elmer Sayre Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines
Création d'une chaîne de valeurs nutritives pour un orphelinat Andréa Lemoine Adétikopé, Togo
The doo diversion project Liz Bodor Not liste, Canada
Community led food and nutritional sovereignty through millets Deccan Developm... Hyderabad, India
Gardens for Health International Jessie Cronan Boston, United States
Regeneración de suelos y suficiencia alimentaria en la Reserva de la Biosfera Sierra Gorda, Querétaro, México Paloma Cervantes Jalpan de Serra , Mexico
Vice President, Africa Operations Maria Metcalf Kenya
Biochar from free cooking fuel pellets in developing countries Deepak Ashwani Bhutan
Global Village Fruits, Inc. Annemarie Ryu India
A Model Initiative for Sustainable Community Agriculture Kimberly Lagomarsino Nueva Candelaria, La 46, and Los Chilitos, Guatemala
ASAT local & solidarity-based partnerships for healthy food mihaela vetan Timișoara, Romania
VEG and the City - Make your home a garden Gudrun Ongania Switzerland
Food Links Ileana Magureanu
Little Linguists Nursery School Daniella Goodman London, United Kingdom
Virtual farmers market building a social, local food supply chain Anonymous (not verified) England, United Kingdom
Techno-Eco Agriculture Suprio Guntoro Denpasar, Indonesia
Satisfeito Luiza Esteves São Paulo, Brazil
Development of insect-based food product and insect farm model Mariangela Veronesi Benin
Silicon Rice Bowl Even Pay Beijing , China
Improving Nutrition for Orphans Around the Globe Cindy Kaplan Portland, United States
From Music to Food Sovereignty Campaign Yuyun Harmono Indonesia
MicroAlgae farm Nadav Reis Beit Shemesh, Israel
Enriched Porridge for Prisoners with Tuberculosis Gerhard PRILOP Lomé, Togo
Rescuing food to eliminate hunger in South Africa Melanie Jackson South Africa
Closing the Loop: Moving Nutrients from Farms to People Elizabeth Snow Denver, United States
A Local Solution to Malnutrition David Kuria Nairobi, Kenya
Malnutrition no more: A measurable solution from Operation ASHA Shelly Batra
Solar-powered Water Irrigation Linking Greenhouses to Open Fields Maresha Johnson Los Angeles, South Africa
NSP Solar Pump Station Anonymous (not verified) Sankt Veit an der Glan, Tanzania
Wellness through Food Rita Patel United States
Cooperativa de consumo responsable de Valdivia Alberto TC Chile
Community Vegetable Garden seidu keizolo Teh, Liberia
MamaCarts Meghan Coleman Fort Collins,
Farm Africa Tim Denman London, Ethiopia
Bali sustainable agriculture and green energy project Andreas Sinaga Karangasem, Indonesia
Moo’s Project for Healthy Food Healthy Drink Healthy Community Kusuma Dyah Sek... Boyolali, Indonesia
Posho and Beans Project Ben Parkinson Kampala, Uganda
CONSERVATION THROUGH PUBLIC HEALTH Gladys Kalema-Z... Uganda
Growing nutritious food using standtech designs Prem Kumar Nalgonda, India
Millets : Small grains, large benefits M N DINESHA KUMAR India

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