A crash course in changing the world.
I think the main goals of the evoke website is to create social entrepreneurs out of ordinary people and euip them with the necessary skills to make a difference with regard to the social problems we face on a global scale. The members of evoke are predominantly ordinary citizens with a storng social concious who want to make an impact in the lives of the less fortunate. I think to be ethical as an evoke agent you have to be evironmentally concious in any design or idea you have come…Continue
Posted on May 6, 2010 at 5:22pm
A Small village outside Balaka. Sunset at the local clinic. The corridors of the clinic are lined with bodies of people who are dying from AIDS. The clinic staff try make their patients as comfortable as possible, but the clinic lacks medical supplies and manpower. Outside the clinic, there is a line of people which extends from the door out onto the earth trodden ground.These are people living with the HIV virus and who…Continue
Posted on May 6, 2010 at 4:34pm
I have really enjoyed participating in the last 10 week's of the evoke game. I do think however, that there are a number of alterations that could be made. I don't like how wach week, the week's challenge is divided into a learn, act and imagine mission, I think that each week there should just any three tasks, as it becomes slightly repetitive at times, especially with regard to the imagine task.
I think the next evoke should be played on a global level by all willing…Continue
Posted on May 6, 2010 at 2:16pm
I think the work that Ember did is of great significance. An emergency call to action for a non-medical community that I would use, would be to get together a group of hygienists and nutritionist to give advice on simple methods of how to obstain from contracting the epidemic and what food and liquids should be consumed to built up your immune system making you less susceptible to the pandemic. I would use Embers idea of the net as a medium of communication to people across the globe. There…Continue
Posted on May 5, 2010 at 9:14am