Throughout the years the UC Davis Blum Center has sponsored several student-led projects that promote innovative solutions to alleviate poverty around the globe.
Commitment, dedication, and know-how have been the keys for our students to address many pressing problems faced by under-served communities worldwide.
The generosity of people like you allows for these projects to continue benefiting those that are impoverished and struggling.
Inspiring new distribution models for low-cost solar/LED lighting by Daniel Zussman
Community Engagement: Lessons learned developing a potable water system with Quincucirca residents in Bolivia by Terri Harris
Capacity building and networking to develop small-scale electric using hydro power by Terri Harris
An approach for addressing the human, animal and environment health of a rural community near Ocotal in Nicaragua.
Lady Carolina Tavarez spent three weeks in the Haitian village of Anse-à-Pitres improving its schools and developing a model for overhauling the Caribbean nation’s severely underdeveloped language-education system.