The three wonders of the ancient world solving modern water problems
In Peru, Kenya and India, NGOs are helping communities overcome water scarcity using wisdom from the past
Cool: Fridge Without Using Electricity!
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Queen's Awards for Enterprise
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Stevie Awards
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Pomme d'Or
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The three wonders of the ancient world solving modern water problems
In Peru, Kenya and India, NGOs are helping communities overcome water scarcity using wisdom from the past
Cool: Fridge Without Using Electricity!
This is Mohammed Bah Abba's Pot-in-pot invention. In northern Nigeria, where Mohammed is from, over 90% of the villages have no electricity. His invention, which he won a Rolex Award for (and $100,000...
Public Eye Award
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World Communication Awards
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Orteig Prize
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Harry C. Bigglestone Award
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National Pub of the Year
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The Catey Awards
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Chicago Innovation Awards
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Schneider Trophy
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European Business Awards
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PACE Award
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