Top 15 teams
Two hundred and eight teams from 53 countries and regions applied for BeChangeMaker 2022. Thirty teams were selected with the top 15 teams proceeding to the next stage of this year's programme.
Well-being and freedom of movement for the elderlies
Circular Innovation Hub
Circular supply chain for sustainable environment
Eco-friendly lifestyle through social media
Efficient soil conservation to address famine and land shortages
Green Grown Foods
Sustainable food production and preservation
Sustainable sanitation products for girls and women
Combat online bullying
Effective and sustainable supply chains for small farmers
Sustainable energy for agriculture
Economic development for supporting SMEs
Thate Pan Institute
Access to STEAM education
Skills training and employment for disadvantaged communities
Welcome to COCAPAIR
Sustainable manufacturing and consumption in the furniture industry
Promote foundational skills and mental health
Sustainable bedstead for humanitarian and emergency uses
Teams that were part of the first round of BCM
Community Transformation for Sustainable Development (COTSUDEV)
Quality education access to vulnerable communities
Effective process for charitable giving
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Safe and sustainable transportation access to rural communities
Skating in new ways
Sustainable consumption in the skating industry
Sustainable consumption and process in the food industry
Snail Pack Ltd
Health and well-being for children with malnutrition
Reduction of unemployment
Clean energy for sustainable light source
Healthcare for kids through oxygen therapy
Elixir of life
Access to accurate medical diagnosis for rural communities
Mental healthcare for youth and the LGBTI community
Sustainable livelihoods for small and rural farmers
E-learning opportunities for kids through sustainable agriculture
Grace is the Senior Manager of Partnership Programmes at WorldSkills, which is the global hub for skills excellence and development. She works closely with the HP Foundation on the creation and implementation of BeChangeMaker to offer opportunities to youth for career building and transforming the way we think about social change and the use of skills.
Michal is the CEO of Founderscope and the creator of the Gamified Startup Toolkit. He supports startups, social enterprises, and companies to innovate and optimize their businesses to create positive impact in the world. Michal was the coach for BeChangeMaker 2018.
Kim is the Social Impact & Sustainability Network Manager for the HP Foundation. In this role, she works with the HP Foundation team to engage HP employees in its giving and volunteering programs, including HP LIFE. As Program Manager, Kim will partner with Worldskills to inspire HP employees to share their expertise as volunteer mentors for this year’s BeChangeMaker teams.
Ina is the HP LIFE Partnership Consultant for the HP Foundation, leading the HP LIFE programme that offers 30 free online courses in 7 languages to build key business competencies. Previous to HP LIFE Ina was a founding member of Global Citizen. With the great support from the HP Foundation, Ina works closely with WorldSkills on the creation and implementation of BeChangeMaker.
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