lamya is interested in researching and working on environmentally friendly approaches that reflect a growing movement in palestinian communities to endorse “green” projects.
this beautiful recycled shipping container by tsai design studio in south africa was crafted for underprivileged children living just outside of cape town.
olivetrips periodically sends users a customized ecoreport depicting the environmental benefits, financial savings, and fuel savings they’ve made from using the service.
toybank is an organization whose mission is to deliver happiness to underprivileged street kids, and to give them the opportunity to have a childhood.
instead of just sitting around and waiting for outside help, kenya’s digital natives have put together initiatives to help resolve the crisis.
gilberto gil is a brazilian artist who’s using iphone/ipad apps to allow his fans to interact with him more.
dr. sugat mitra, chief scientist at NIIT had been toying with the idea of unsupervised learning and computers, and his team soon carved a ‘hole’ in the wall that seperated the NIIT premises from the adjoining slum in kalkaji, new delhi.
a brilliant new website, fundar, is solely dedicated to tracking down how and where the taxes that mexicans pay are used.
guided by a virtual map, the player attempts to navigate an area between two points in a given amount of time without stepping on hidden virtual mines.
every one of us living in these bustling metropolises has always dreamt of a city devoid of traffic snarls, incessant honking and pollution. FreMo, india’s first bicycle sharing programme is a step in that direction.
today was a historical day, as kenya became the first country in africa to initiate a national open data project.
Éclair is a street school chain being run by indian college students in the states of punjab, rajasthan and delhi.