Today’s Solutions: March 29, 2023

Guzel Sanzhapova couldn’t bare seeing the Russian village where her grandmother was born to lose all its inhabitants. That’s why she launched a series of crowdfunding campaigns in 2014 to raise enough money to get a honey-making business off the ground that could employ people in the region who would have otherwise left to find new work. The business now employees up to 25 elderly people depending on the season, which has allowed the tiny village to keep on thriving.

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