The Hult Prize is the world’s largest student competition with the prupose to transform students into entrepreneurs who are focused on using business to end poverty. Launched in 2009 as one student’s bright idea, the prize challenges students around the world to use business to solve some of the world’s toughest challenges. To help make these ideas a reality, Hult Prize winners receive USD 1 million in seed money from the Hult Foundation. Open to college, universities, undergraduate and graduate students on every continent, thousands of students from 130 countries participate annually. Each year a critical social problem is selected by former US President Bill Clinton and an ambitious, aspirational target is issues at the Clinton Global Initiative Summit. The resultant case study provides students with comprehensive framework and a compelling call to action.