Namya developed the human centered design bin, “Duftbin”, that helps the user segregate waste intuitively. This bin has been installed in over 50 schools in 4 cities. As an active member of the Hulimavu Kere Tharanga, she helped clean the Hulimavu lake over a period of 3 months.
As a student leader at the Kid’s Education Revolution 2019, conducted by Teach for India, she inspired more than 70 students from across 5 countries. Namya has interned with Reap Benefit regarding the use of behavioural nudges for solving local civic issues. She has conceptualised and prototyped curriculum games to engage students in public problem solving.
This entrepreneur’s journey has been supported by Reap Benefit.