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Reap Benefit

Every young citizen is a local problem solver in their community.

Founded: 2013 by Kuldeep Dantewadia, Gautam Prakash

Reap Benefit
  • Program Area

    Education, Environment, Public Service & Civic Engagement
  • Location of Impact

  • Headquarters Location

    Bengaluru, India
  • Product Platforms

    Mobile Apps, Hardware
  • Budget

    $500,000 to $1,000,000

Reap Benefit imagines every young citizen (We call them Solve Ninjas) as a local problem solver in their community. We are creating a movement of Solve Ninjas, who mobilise India to become an action based democracy. This means that citizens are actively participating in local civic matters. They see local civic problem solving as a way of life, or as their fundamental responsibility. We believe aggregated local actions can lead to world’s highest rate in civic participation.

We have built a corpus of problem solving tools, body of inspirational solve ninjas, and knowledge assets which anyone can use to transform their youth-communities. A tech platform helps match supply and demands in problems and solvers, knowledge and tools delivery, society and governance, actions to displayed skills.

Funders and Awards

Ashoka India Fellow, 2013
Listed in Forbes India 30 under 30, 2014
Finalists of Startup India, 2016
Mentioned by President Obama, Delhi TownHall, 2016
Govt of India Swachhathon 1.0 Behaviour Change Category winner, 2017
Unilever Young Entrepreneurs Awards Finalist, 2017
Top 100 Educational Innovations, HundrED 2019

Some Funders:
Rohini Nilekani Philanthropies
N-Core Foundation