We would like to thank all the contributors to the 2017 #MyLittleBigThing Universities Sustainability Innovation Challenge.  We look forward to your continued participation in future events and competitions.  Feel free to get in touch with us on info@mylittlebigthing.com should you require further information.  Also watch this space for future announcements.

THE WINNERS

1. Amos Njiraini

2. Sam Nyamwange

2. Winfred Abuyabo

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IT’S THE LITTLE THINGS CITIZENS DO. THAT’S WHAT WILL MAKE THE DIFFERENCE. MY LITTLE THING IS PLANTING TREES.

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PROF. WANGARI MAATHAI

Eric Omondi's Little Big Thing

Popular Comedian, Eric Omondi is the campaign ambassador for the My Little Big Thing Sustainability Innovation Challenge.  His ‘Little Big Thing’, is recycling vegetable oil for biodiesel production.  He is recycling cooking oil to fuel his car. Eric wants to scale up this idea into a business by starting his own cooking oil petrol station by participating in the ‘My Little Big Thing’ challenge.

‘My Little Big Thing’ SDGs Campaign, is a competition is challenging university students to develop simple ideas that are commercially viable that will contribute to the implementation of the SDGs in Kenya. Running from May 2017, the competition targets undergraduate students from all universities and polytechnics across Kenya.

TIMELINE OF ACTIVITIES

Example of projects to be submitted

PARTNERS

The ‘My Little Big Thing’ sustainability challenge is a partnership between MK-Africa, KPMG, and the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership, South Africa (CISL SA)