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What Happens Next- Imagine

The EVOKE Network is a platform anyone can use to gain knowledge about an array of critical issues that are currently negatively impacting the world. Through the information provided on the site and the further research members conduct they are able to make changes in their own lives in order to adjust these negative impacts into positive ones. Furthermore, after the members of EVOKE make changes they are able to tell their family, friends, and even strangers about the issues that are…


Posted on April 22, 2014 at 9:13pm

What Happens Next?- Learn

In my opinion, the next social problem the EVOKE Network should tackle would be expanding upon the educational opportunities, especially for women in under developed countries, across the world. If these opportunities for further education are made available to women then many of the social issues addressed by EVOKE would be resolved because the women would be able to provide for their families. For example, if women are receiving incomes because their education allows them to work at higher…


Posted on April 22, 2014 at 9:00pm

Water Crisis- Imagine

For World Water Day in 2020 I would design a challenge for people my community to try to go one day without using water from the tap. This means that people who accept the challenge are not allowed to use water from sinks, the shower or bathtub, or even from a water bottle or restaurant drink machine. Instead people would have to forage for water and undergo the necessary sanitation measures, which we will inform them of prior to their acceptance of the challenge, in order to be able to…


Posted on April 22, 2014 at 8:49pm

Water Crisis- Learn

The water project that I find the most interesting is about Teresa Guzman, a woman who leads a Parent Teacher Association in Guatemala. Teresa and the other members of the group were responsible for bringing water to the 50-student school in order to give to students to drink, make snacks, and wash dishes. The women were realizing that many of the students were becoming sick because the only water that was available to them was contaminated. After working with the government and Water for…


Posted on April 22, 2014 at 8:41pm

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Stinging Nettle

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