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John V. Kimario
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Independent, Home based Development Projects Monitor
OKOA Society (NGO) & Stamford Education Centre
"“Save humanity, save the environment, educate by participation, build on the power of networking”"
I am an independent, home based, development projects monitor, (devmonitor) research and trainings facilitator. In the challenge I am a translator, facilitating community connector roles for the Amplify program’s Global Conversations project. I take information submitted by mobile phone related to the Zero to Five Challenge, translate and post it on the OpenIDEO platform as Research posts – extending the reach of this challenge to communities in my country, Tanzania, without reliable access to the internet. [Learn more: http://ideo.pn/globalconversations]]
Many solar Energy products have been introduced many village households in Tanzania. Households and businesses accepted and adopted one or more of this innovative renewable energy technologies as part of research trials or technology promotion serv
The ECD life-cycle is, unfortunately, not a sole dominion of parents, family or households. Parents have to let lovely ones out into ‘strange’ hands of someone else at very tender ages. This is true however loving, caring or possessing parents may b
Hi! James, I am inspired by this level of masterpiece, particularly as it addresses the education sector. It is an effort worth emulating . I cherish this initiative and look forward to learn more and buy in it for the benefit of the "most undeserved schools" and unleash potentials of graduate teachers. Thank You for sharing this. Thank You IDEO for highlighting this masterpiece for us to pay closer attention to it. I wish to team up .john
Hi, Flora, This is an interesting intervention specifically for the group of women you have targeted. My concern is the interest rate of 10%. Is it not too high for them to realize a significant savings? the cry against high interest rates imposed by financial houses in the country is truly a stumbling block for start ups...from your research what can be the best way out? Thank you. John
1.Bravo Deborah! Thanks for the rich ideas around social entrepreneurship; specifically the school and sports component. I should join the team of experts immediately! 2.You correctly noted.: Youth tend to put more emphasis on the business aspect of it,, is this not natural: when the purse swells many social relations and issues tend to be drowned do you foresee any leeway out of this tendency back home...