A crash course in changing the world.
Nicholas, none of those people are from Africa or South America.
Also, the links for the first and third posts on your list got cut off somehow, and don't work.
They are very, very good posts, though! :-)
With the very little members from Africa and South America that there is in EVOKE, and the fact that most members just sign up and contribute little, plus the 100 points limit, I doubt we are gonna find many high quality, original evidence. But I will try none the less.
She has way over 100 points.
Nicholas Nagao said:I recently found this blogger in Kenya
shakwei - From Kenya, this is the first post I read of hers, and I am hooked. It's so much more interesting for me to hear it from someone that is there and then I can relate to in some of her other posts which make me forget where she is.
This was the blog that helped me find her:
Ok - your idea sent me to Durbin, South Africa and the page of this person. http://www.urgentevoke.com/profile/PulengMoloi?xg_source=activity
She was speaking about food security and sharing food. Good idea! As usual on this site, I am thrilled with and by the people participating. Moments later I was making dinner and wished we could sit down together.
Inspiration! Could we record our meals on a given day (real food, no big macs) then post someplace? The next thing would be to find an ingredient that may be unfamiliar or just not a usual part of our own diet and incorporate it into a meal that we would eat in our own home. Then share what we chose, what we did, and how we liked it. I'm not trying to start a cooking school here, but food is basic to all of us. Seems we may get to know more about life in another part of the world quickly.
OK, just a thought. Feed back welcome.