The search is over! Our judges have now selected their three winners of The Outlook Inspirations Awards.
The award winners in our search for the world’s most inspiring stories
Brisa de Angulo set up a charity for survivors of sexual assault in Bolivia
The winners and judges of the 2018 award
Livey van Wyk was initially shunned by her community for being HIV positive.
Aged 8, Nice Leng'ete was destined to undergo female genital mutilation
Faith Kalungia: “Because of their environment they actually behave like prisoners”
Caron Asgarali raises awareness of the impact of gun violence in Trinidad.
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Nigerian Seyi Oluyole uses dance to keep children in school
Esenam Nyador is one of a handful of female taxi drivers in Ghana.
Isaiah Acosta was born without a jaw, but ended up becoming a rapper
Dr Marzia Salaam Yaftali runs the last public hospital in the Afghan city of Kunduz
Eddie Ndopu is a disability rights campaigner from South Africa
Emma Carey taught herself to walk again after surviving a terrible accident.
Alison Cope mothers fans of her murdered son and invites them to remember him in her home
In 2012 Kristal Bush created a carpool service for families of prisoners.
Fatuma Abdulkadir Adan uses football to bring peace to her community.
Mbarouk Mussa Omar has planted over a million trees in the Zanzibar archipelago
Leslie Binns gave up his dream of reaching the peak of Everest to save another climber
Jorge Bergero is a cellist who performs for people who can’t make it to concert halls
Mohammad Sayed created a comic superhero called Wheelchair Man, based on his life story.
Major Zachariah Fike is on a mission to reunite lost war medals with their owners
Zenith Irfan is challenging stereotypes and fulfilling her father’s dream