PROGRAM VERTICALS

Individuals admitted into the SELL Fellowship Program as fellows will be able to prioritize interests by the various verticals shown below. Program discussions will be curated to meet the needs of the cohort of fellows.

Climate Change & Environment

Education & Literacy

Medicine & Healthcare Access

Justice & Human Rights

Infrastructure & Urban Development

Poverty & Economic Inequality

Sustainable Clean Water

World Hunger & Food Shortage

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Climate Change & Environment

Includes environmentally sustainable consumption and production models, efficiently managing natural resources, access/development of clean energy and climate change education.
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Medicine & Healthcare Access

Includes innovating better medical treatments, creating greater access to healthcare systems, helping people live healthy lives, and promoting general well-being and health education.
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Infrastructure & Urban Development

Includes creating sustainable cities, tackling congestion and transportation, improving infrastructure, reducing city pollution and developing smarter city-wide institutions for both residents and visitors.
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Sustainable Clean Water

Includes improving water quality, increasing access to fresh water, providing water sanitation education, and expanding water infrastructure to the local and global communities,
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Education & Literacy

Includes providing equal access to education across genders and class, reducing world illiteracy, increasing access to higher education, and improving education quality.
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Justice & Human Rights

Includes reducing violence and crime on all levels, establishing transparent institutions, and fostering peaceful relationships between law enforcement institutions and the communities they serve.
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Poverty & Economic Inequality

Includes empowering individuals living in extreme poverty, eradicating conditions of excess poverty, and establishing sustainable and inclusive economic growth for local, national and international populations.
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World Hunger & Food Shortage

Includes eradicating chronic malnutrition, developing emergency food systems, improving food security, and creating sustainable farming and agricultural practices for both developed and developing nations.
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