Teams compete to solve global poverty at Stanford

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Styled after ABC's Shark Tank, the humanitarian organization CARE created an international competition for teams looking to solve the problem of poverty. (KGO-TV)

Styled after ABC's Shark Tank, the humanitarian organization CARE created an international competition for teams looking to solve the problem of poverty.

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It's called Scale X Design.

Six teams took the stage at Stanford Friday night.

The team from Vietnam created a project called Alweather. The pitch -- a fee for service model that produces weather forecasts, a seasonal calendar, and agriculture advisories to better plan a prepare crops.

The team from India represented Teaching Resource Labs. They're working on building teachers' capacities to promote STEM for girls through technology and hands-on learning.


Judges include executives from Cisco, Lyft and Starbucks.

The winning team takes home $75,000 if they're the judge's winner. The audience favorite takes home $25,0000.

Congratulations to the winners:
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