Helping To Cure Motor Neurone Disease

Helping To Cure Motor Neurone Disease Juliette Jones started making lemonade at home with the help of her family and friends, and selling it at a local market. Now, she uses a factory to bottle her lemonade, which means she can also sell it in shops and cafes. My grandfather had Motor Neurone Disease and passed away in 2014. I decided to raise money for that cause because hardly anyone seemed to know about it at the Read more…

Making Language Learning Fun And Accessible

Making Language Learning Fun And Accessible Mikaela Gilbert is 19-years-old and goes to Indiana University, in the United States. She started designing Chatter Eggs when she was 17, in her senior year at high school.  When I was in my sophomore year at high school, I was given a wooden egg in one of my classes and told to make a product, and package it. I thought of an egg-shaped toy that wobbled without falling Read more…

A Tech Empire That Started With A Simple Blog

A Tech Empire That Started With A Simple Blog Taj Pabari started his first business when he was 11 years old. By age 14, he was running a profitable company Fiftysix Creations, and he now has employees in six countries. He describes how he started. I got my first computer when I was 11-years-old. I would be on my computer, playing a lot of games and on the internet in class. I couldn’t talk about anything else. Read more…

The Social Movement Helping Vietnamese Children

The social movement helping vietnamese children Dan Khanh lives in Ho Chi Minh City, in Vietnam. She started a charity project called Warm Feet with her school friends, Ha Nhu, Khoi Nguyen and Huyen Anh, to help provide children in uplands Vietnam with used shoes. Warm Feet started because my mum had a trip to Sapa, in the north of my country. The children there are impoverished. They have worn shoes and some of them Read more…