a photographic project by organized by photographer joan bardeletti aims to change that by documenting middle-class life in the ivory coast, kenya, mozambique, morocco and cameroon.
the café, which has been built in conjunction with computers for schools kenya (CFSK), is a pre-built container that was shipped from london.
areeb school is a new non-profit educational project for the arab world, which aims to provide good education for all arabic speakers, at different stages of their lives and covering various topics and natural sciences.
amira al sharif is a muslim woman from yemen who recently moved to the united states to attend the international center of photography, and is working on a year-long project comparing the lives of american and yemeni women her age.
kasha.mobi is a free service provided by mobile planet, a company specializing in developing voice and data applications for mobile devices. the service lets one save their important smses for life.
ipaidabribe.com is an initiative of janaagraha, a bangalore based not-for-profit organization, to tackle corruption by harnessing the collective energy of citizens.
mexican designer pedro reyes collects dangerous weapons and recycles them into shovels used for tree planting.
in serbia, specific blue envelopes have been used as court or military invitations for years; during the wartime in early 90’s even as requests to join the army.
sahana is a web based collaboration tool that addresses the common coordination problems during a disaster from finding missing people, managing aid, managing volunteers, tracking camps effectively between government groups, the civil society (NGOs) and the victims themselves.
Take a look at this picture of a pedal powered grain mill from Ampareas, Peru.
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