100&Change Semi-Finalists’ Proposal Videos

Today, the MacArthur Foundation announced eight semi-finalists for 100&Change, our $100 million competition, a global competition for a single $100 million grant from MacArthur. The proposals address challenges ranging from eliminating needless blindness to educating children displaced by conflict, in places from Nigeria to Nepal to the United States.

Here’s a look back at the videos that each of these organizations submitted with their proposal.

What do you think about the semi-finalists’ proposed solutions? Join in the conversation on social media using the hashtag #100andchange.

Catholic Relief Services — Changing how society cares for children in orphanages
HarvestPlus — Eliminating hidden hunger in Africa by fortifying staple crops
Himalayan Cataract Project — Eliminating needless blindness in Nepal, Ethiopia, and Ghana
Human Diagnosis Project — Providing virtual access to specialist medical care for underserved U.S. patients
Internet Archive — Providing libraries and learners free digital access to four million books
Rice University — Improving newborn survival in Africa
Sesame Workshop and the International Rescue Committee — Educating children displaced by conflict and persecution
The Carter Center — Eliminating river blindness in Nigeria

This post was first published on the MacArthur Foundation website.

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