• http://www.thelegveindoctor.com/ NickK

    The simple solution of the Ruby Cup brought me to tears. As a ‘first-worlder’ with the desire to see the entire world living in a civilised manner, I’m grateful to everyone who can be pro-active who actually get things done :)

  • http://www.galoor.com/ Clint

    I agree with NickK, although I’m far from a ‘first-worlder.’ I’ve been lucky in life, but it’s great to see this project take flight and I hope they continue to receive the funding and support needed to keep it going!

    Great projects all around!

  • http://homeinspect.com.au/ Sarah T

    So lovely to see such genuine humanity and global concern and respect. Absolutely wonderful :)

  • http://austechqld.com.au/ Annie

    Well done SasaAfrica! What a fantastic idea.. And very timely with all these female entrepreneurs sticking it to the man and going into sole trading! Keep up the good work :)

  • http://southerndailypress.com Michelle

    Congrats Copenhagen Business School’s team and SasaAfrica! Well deserved win and I really like the ideas behind their products, which reflect the probles of the developing world. As others mentioned before, hopefully these projects are receiving funding and support!