In this section you can support Extraordinary Teenagers who are Changing the Game with their fresh take on problems our generation has struggled with.
Whether the idea for their project came from personal hardship, experience or simply social media, these teenagers are making a difference.
Fourteen–year–old Cris Kesz Valdez, International Children’s Peace Prize winner and Championing Community Children founder, to date has reached out and helped over ten thousand street kids since its humble beginnings back in 2005. Kesz’s message of hope, love and education on the essential topics of hygiene and health along with his annual giving street children a “Gift of Hope,” combined with his Wealthy Healthy Outreach Programs have helped treat over 3000 children’s wounds and handed over ten thousand toothbrushes to children since its start in 2005.
Young scientist Aidan Dwyer, known to many in the scientific world as a genius, came to fame after he discovered a new breakthrough and more efficient way to collect solar energy. Aidan’s discovery has since caused a sensational debate between other scientists over the internet after he concluded results from his solar tree experiment generated between 20%-50% more energy that standardized commercial flat panel solar panels. The theory and results behind Aidan’s breakthrough would be grounded in both nature and science.
Malala Yousafzai is a 15–year–old Pakistani school girl that has brought the attention of the world in support of her struggle to ensure the rights of girls and women in Pakistan are accessible when she survived a recently failed assassination attempt on her life by the Pakistani Taliban. Malala initially made world headlines under her pseudo blogger name “Gul Mukai” in which she wrote about the oppressive Taliban in her town of Swat denying girls the access to education and their banning girls from attending schools and, in many instances, destroying their schools completely with bulldozers.