Kutumb was founded in 2002 to address the gap in the education system that is accessible to the children living in the underprivileged sections of society (in urban slums). Many of these children went to government schools and had challenges in learning due to lack of infrastructure available (or unavailable) in these schools. As a result of the poor quality of education, many young people faced severe learning disabilities and often dropped out of school after class 5 or 6.
This project creates ecologically and economically self-sustaining communities with over 100 new jobs, clean water, healthcare, education, activities and more, providing the opportunity for families to have a decent quality-of-life. It does this with no government money and no ongoing donations. All profits from the community businesses are used for building what the community needs, operations, maintenance and to begin the next community. Thus the self-sustaining communities are self-replicating.
Sarrell Dental is a non-profit organization that provides dental and eye care to underserved communities. Sarrell collaborates with community partners to make sure that each and every child has access to quality oral healthcare. Since 2004, they have seen over 400,000 patient visits, and have been praised nationally for their innovative model for oral healthcare reform.
A mobile app that helps parents get involved in their child's homework. Kids enter in the homework and when it is due. The app texts reminders about when it is due and you can set for an established work time.