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Anyone interesting in pooling ideas, working jointly, etc.. to brainstorm effective social projects we can start doing the groundwork for and hopefully through networking and this site make some headway in a few months to really launc things please post.


I have always been interested in a project that allows African youth an opportunity to kind of break out and empower themselves, so a project that teaches them how to start a fishing business rather then just how to fish or handing out fish. 




This is awesome, just the volume of reception.  This site definitely gives us an opportunity to start working with others who are just as passionate and interested in change as ourselves so we need to take advantage of that fact to the max.


But back to business- I would really like to start an NPO that acts more or less as a social innovation thinktank. Basically we would accept any and all ideas anywhere around the world concerning projects focused on development, aid, etc..  We would screen those ideas and try to help propel them forward either through funding or guidance or networking, etc..  I don't think enough groups exist which focus on the general, on helping others with drive and expertise to turn their ideas into a reality to tackle a specific problem.  Furthermore, this NPO could allow for cooperation between projects it sponsors, for example two groups working on a med or economic project could focus on the specifics while collaborating on the big picture.


What do you guys think?


I'm going to start looking at the ground work for the NPO, outlining a charter and website, etc.. Meanwhile check out my blog, I'll have a post just for that and try to start working with anybody who is interested in the idea.

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Simon Brookes said:
A lovely idea Agent Langmack. How might you facilitate this?
That is the difficult part of the idea and I will probably plan it out a little further so that the concept stands as an EVOKATION until May 12th.
I think it would be easiest as a "grass-root movement" webpage. Means everybody could upload videos or other media. But that was just an idea I had while reading this discussion. Of course everybody is welcome to develop it with me together as this is the goal of this thread and of evoke.
This sounds like a great idea! I would love to be a part of it in some way.

I've always thought that sometimes people just need the right mentors and support behind them to succeed and this could really fill in that gap in developing countries.

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