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The culture on Sunday in many parts of Kenya is spent indoors. Many urban settlements are coming up with lack of playgrounds for kids to be involved in. My idea is a social enterprise that tackles the problem of parent child relations by engaging the

The culture on Sunday in many parts of Kenya is spent indoors. Many urban settlements are coming up with lack of playgrounds for kids to be involved in. My idea is a social enterprise that tackles the problem of parent child relations by engaging the

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education on this equipment would be useful

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MUGAMBI commented on We can power Change Bike. Share at Campuses

Thanks Natalie for the suggestions you have put across... the bike share is the main activity that we are working on and the funds generated from the income, some will be redirected to lighting up the community.

As stated, the solar lanterns are too ambitous at this point. I still feel that the light bulbs are easier to work with and the team can try setting up a few of them as we figure out how to train more locals.

I am talking to Dancun to check out this link for more research
https://openideo.com/challenge/renewable-energy/research/bike-sharing-woes

i have found citibikes very interesting in their business model.
Thanks for the support.

Hello cindy, I wanted to mention that we successfully managed to raise 307 euros by crowdfunding online. this was successful by keeping the funders engaged and reaching out to our vast network.
307 compared to what other projects at the one percent club is low. most crowdsourcing ideas are usually on the 10,000-15,000 euro bracket. My team felt that 300 euros was a start since the Sifasafi market cleaning project is still a new concept. you can check out the crowdsourcing page here https://onepercentclub.com/en/#!/projects/sifasafi-cleanup