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Episode 2 STORY: Have you figured out how the EVOKE Network works?

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Could you write more about this situation in Haiti?

What is the problem? That international orgs dont Know about those pre-existing networks?
That they dont acknowledge those networks (aka "That wont ever work")?
That they just are used to do things their way?

Did you get any statements from people from some of those international orgs?

Please write more about this if you have time.
Gerardo Huertas said:
The train of thought is messy... Not so user friendly you said it was on CNN.

As for food security, just spent 1+ month in Port Au Prince, Haiti...Locals find their way around problems like we humans do, while international organisations make for very messy and bureaucratic structures, instead of using pre-existing networks...business as usual huh?
Ok I was a little shocked about the 50% share in the profits, but if one really thinks about it funding a project like EVOKE is expansive. The agents of EVOKE need to be paid, their flights to countries, the technology utilised in the project must be paid for and not to mention averting a massive food crisis in a country is a huge task. That 50% is not going to some multinational corporation. It's going into a fund that takes action without having to wait on politicians to make decisions. Maybe it's my naive way of thinking, but to me it's about taking action when it's needed.
If they were worried about running costs, they would have a flat fee. If they take 50%, then of course any thing they're involved in must be profitable, so they too can profit. You're right to be shocked. Its shocking. Its terrible. It doesn't pass the simplest, child-level intellectual test.

Leigh Hermon said:
Ok I was a little shocked about the 50% share in the profits, but if one really thinks about it funding a project like EVOKE is expansive. The agents of EVOKE need to be paid, their flights to countries, the technology utilised in the project must be paid for and not to mention averting a massive food crisis in a country is a huge task. That 50% is not going to some multinational corporation. It's going into a fund that takes action without having to wait on politicians to make decisions. Maybe it's my naive way of thinking, but to me it's about taking action when it's needed.

In episode 2 they start supplying natural food to the city. I really like the story and i love the cliff hanger at the end when a weird "someone" takes a picture of them.

I think the story has been very interesting. I like the twist they put on the end, with the bad guy getting the picture. it is very creative how they planted food on the rooftops, and I would like to see more of the interesting and creative story.

I really am enjoying the story so far. I like how it expresses life issues in an interesting way that makes me want to know more and help fix the problems.

Evoke works by the Evoke agents solve problems around the world. They give all the credit to the person who called the Evoke, and they get 50% of all profits.

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