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Creating a global community where each and everyone has something to give in charity to the needy. You have something that not everyone has.

Creating a global community where each and everyone has something to give in charity to the needy. You have something that not everyone has.

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Encouraging and empowering rural women in Tanzania to produce high quality and affordable traditional handwoven baskets for global export.

Encouraging and empowering rural women in Tanzania to produce high quality and affordable traditional handwoven baskets for global export.

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Online workshops for imparting teachers with skills and techniques to catch-up with students' pressing needs during and after the COVID-19.

Online workshops for imparting teachers with skills and techniques to catch-up with students' pressing needs during and after the COVID-19.

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Sadam commented on GiveDirect

Thank you Isaac Jumba . Your suggestions have all been noted for action. We are developing a GiveDirect Mobile App which will help people to nominate NEEDY people or their host organizations as well as enabling DONORS (Givers) to know where and what to give.

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Sadam commented on COVID-19 Testimonies

Hi Community!

After the COVID-19, the testimonies will remain on air to mark the COVID-19 history to the forthcoming generations. If the same (Recovery Testimonies) would have been made for the past pandemics, for example the Spanish Flu which stayed for 3 years affecting around 500 million people while claiming 15-50 million lives, the World could have saved the lessons from its victims and use the same to cope with COVID-19.

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Sadam commented on Rural-Urban Farming Partnership (LimaNaMi)

Hi OpenIDEO Community!

As we are moving ahead with coding the solution, LimaNami seem to look smart than LimaNaMi. The change (if adapted) will neither change the meaning nor the focus, but instead mean bringing investment partners closer (than close) when the terms (Lima Na Mimi and Lima Nami) are deeply contemplated in Swahili language. It will then sound as two words instead of three.