Announcing Finalists in Best Projects, Youth Category
Published on: 09.11.2021
Dear contestants of the Citizen Entrepreneurship Competition, we are happy to announce that 40 finalists for the 2021 edition of our competition are now public. The ten finalists in each category were selected according to the “Personal Activity Indicator” algorithm.
Between the four categories, there are pupils, high school and university students, young and adult professionals who are motivated to change the world for the better through entrepreneurship and the power of new ideas and projects
The ten finalists of this year’s edition in the Best Projects category for the Youth Competition are listed below:
Adhyansh Bhardwaj, India
- Nguoc “Youth Look Up
Nguoc Organization, Viet Nam
- Climate Car
Abram Maher, Egypt
- Combat the impacts of social determinants of health through food self-sufficiency of families
Kutanda Mpanzo Kulumbu, Brazil
- Luxiglu Network: a project to promote sustainable communities and cities through construction
Nuttah Mumbi , Zambia
- House of Udyog – Empowering communities, building resilience
Aarush Khanna, India
- Edupower Youth Foundation
Kur Peter Thon, South Sudan
- Making a Robotland
Hassaana Begam.V, India
- Project AuraEd
Priyanshu Pyakurel, Nepal
- Ethos Wear project
Tracy Amunga, Kenya
Congratulations to the finalists!
A big thank you goes out to all the contestants!
What happens next?
The finalists, who have not included a video in their entry submission, will be able to upload over the next ten days. You can upload a video for up to three minutes in any video streaming service and then post the video link to your entry. Make sure to post it by 19 November.
The winners of the 2021 Citizen Entrepreneurship Competition will be announced on 10 December, during an online ceremony.
Find below each of the finalists’ projects:
Best Projects 2021
Best Projects 2021 features all the nominated entries submitted ‘Submit your Project’ category. All the entries consist of innovative projects run by existing enterprises in the form of businesses, NGOs or informal programs.