Leave it to some little kids to come up with creative fixes for huge problems. No big deal.

Did you know that over 49 million Americans are at risk of hunger? And almost 2,000 children around the world die every day from diarrheal diseases caused by unsafe water, poor sanitation, and hygiene. I'm gonna go ahead and say that that is way too many.

Nope, the kids in this video don't have all the answers. But imagine what they could do with their passion and creativity if they were provided the right tools.

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Joshua: You're never too young to make a difference. If I find a problem, I'm going to find a way over the problem. A lot of people don't know that there's hunger in the United States. They don't know it's in their home neighborhood. Try to help those who need it.

Itisha: When we wash our hands, the half of the water get wasted. So I made this invention that taught about [SP].

Joshua: I feel a bit sad because it's not very nice having all of the rubbish in the ocean. There's paper, there's bottles.

Caitlin: If I could make an invention that could take out all the rubbish in the ocean I'd make make a giant surf.

Isabella: It's kind of my daily idea book, and it's coming from my heart and my head. This is where I make my inventions. It's just the prototypes, but someday we actually are going to make them into real inventions.

Deniel: I'm making a robot. He's going to have a dustbin that searches for rubbish.

Temwa: My ideal world is where there is no littering, no pollution.
If I were to be the Prime Minister of India, in one house there should be one tap and water should come from the tap.

Joshua: stomp out world hunger. If you give food to somebody it could really show them that they're loved.

Deniel: There needs to be a change. it's definitely possible if you just try.

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