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Sustainable17Dare Program

©2021 Teenspire Global Mission

  • 3 million + lives to be impacted

  • 1 million youth to join the initiative

  • 1 million volunteer hours to be facilitated

  • 10,000 solutions to be deployed

  • 12 weeks

  • 1 challenge

Teenspire IDIEA #Sustainable17Dare Program 

The world needs innovative solutions beyond the COVID-19 vaccine

The COVID-19 pandemic has orchestrated deep scars that have exacerbated hardships for low-income, minority communities pushing them into deep poverty. 


Increased inequalities, heightened structural deformities, and widened discrimination and wealth gaps need innovative solutions. 


Teenspire Global Mission's 2021 programs are conceptualized to define the roadmap of growth and sustenance for the next 10 years at a time when the world needs it the most. 


Through the Teenspire IDIEA #Sustainable17Dare Program 2021, we are working tirelessly to empower young people globally to create meaningful solutions for problems that need fixing, now. 


Structured around the United Nation’s SDG framework, and the IDIEA methodology, it helps students develop meaningful solutions that help open gateways to prosperity for millions of people and families whose livelihood has been impacted due to the pandemic, to craft a sustainable future.


#Sustainable17Dare is the first initiative of its kind ever conceptualized globally. We are already working with 100+ corporate partners and 500+ educational institutes to deliver this initiative including Netherlands Water Partnership, Formula 1, and Energy Swaraj Foundation.


The 2021 program will deploy 10,000 solutions, 1000 in each category the children work on.


  • Future of ‘No Poverty’

  • Future of Food Security

  • Future of Mental Health

  • Future of Education 

  • Future of Sustainable Land and Sea

  • Future of Sustainable Cities

  • Future of Equality

  • Future of Healthcare

  • Future of Music and Sports Technology

  • 132 million people are living in extreme poverty

  • 265 million people face a food security challenge post-COVID-19 pandemic

  • 50% of women are facing discrimination daily

  • 86 million girls were forced to quit school because of COVID

  • 40 million children could not be schooled this year because they had no access to digital infrastructure

  • 264 million children do not have access to education.

  • 70% people of color feel they are discriminated against

  • Mental illness is affecting 1 in 4 adolescents

  • An estimated 5 billion people have unmet justice needs globally

  • 12 million girls are married before the age of 18. That is 23 girls every minute

  • 12 million people are statelessness, and do not have a nationality

The world needs millions of innovative solutions to solve these problems that have affected us for decades. Browse some of the challenges you can work on Challenges

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