Due Date: April 30, 2019

Entries are welcomed for the #My Little Big Thing Development Difficulty 2019 This yearly competitors is run in collaboration with Cambridge University in South Africa. They welcome undergraduate college student from throughout the nation to send development concepts around the SDGs. The concepts must be scalable and commercially practical covering several of the 17 SDGs.

Entries consist of a 2– 3 minute YouTube video along with a 200- word essay explaining the job concept. The concept must plainly explain the SDG (s) that it falls under. Judges will likewise think about practicality of the concept, flexibility and creativity.

Program Information

15 finalists will get a FREE two-day training by Tangaza College and PKF. The training will consist of company and discussion abilities and concept incubation. After the 2 days the organizers will produce brief video of the finalists’ jobs and publish them on their site (www.mylittlebigthing.com) for 3 days of online ballot. The general public will choose the very best 7 jobs, which will advance on to the concept screening phase of the competitors.

The 7 picked trainees will then be needed to employ the assistance of their club members or university associates to establish a model of their job concepts and to evaluate it with the neighborhoods around their universities. Throughout the 5 weeks of this section of the competitors, they will get job mentorship from Tangaza University who will visit their jobs together with a group from MK Africa. These finalists will provide their last jobs to a panel of judges at a #MyLittleBigThing SDGs club online forum in July2019 The very best 3 jobs will be picked by the judges and likewise by the club members going to the online forum (1 vote).


  • Winners will go to the Cambridge University Sustainability Practitioners Program in South Africa in August.


  • Undergraduate college student from throughout East Africa are welcomed to send development concepts around the SDGs.


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For additional information, see #MyLittleBigThing Development Difficulty

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