In 2016, the IDP Foundation supported the innovative skills, development and creativity that Uncharted stands for.
Uncharted (formally Unreasonable Institute) takes on specific problems, builds an army of people best positioned to solve them, and gives them access to what they need — mentors, funders, and partners — to attack the problem from all sides. Their programs are for bold entrepreneurs looking to move into the Uncharted, take on difficult problems, and create scalable impact.
Uncharted’s 3-Step Process
Identify a single problem
We identify a specific, unsolved issue we want to take on—like access to healthcare, affordable housing, or the future of work. We examine that problem with a geographic focus—local, national, or global.
Build a group to tackle it
We find extraordinary people pioneering solutions to different aspects of this issue. We bring them together to build a collective movement attacking the problem from all sides.
Run a program to solve it
We run 6-18 month long programs consisting of boot-camps that unites entrepreneurs, partners, mentors, funders, and corporations around a specific problem with the goal to drive measurable outcomes.