Urgent Evoke

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Sarah Daly
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World Water Day 2020

To bring attention to the world's need for clean water in 2020, I will challenge people to live one day drinking as much clean water as people in places like Kenya and Uganda. Having people put themselves in other's shoes gives them an idea of how severe the water crisis is, and how much of an impact it has on people's lives. We would measure the average amount of clean water an average person in, say, Kenya drinks each day, and challenge people here to do the same, and journal about it to…See More
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Water for People

Water for People stands out to me because their mission focuses on the long term. They don't want to just bring water to people- they want to build and create resources that will provide water for communities. They measure success by the number of actual schools, households, and communities they provide water for. Their "blogs and stories" tab allows people to see real success stories.See More
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"It's hard to believe that 2020 is only 6 years from now. There is no way I will be able to predict what I will be doing at age 27, because I change my mind all the time. But, based on what I'm feeling now, my perfect life in 2020 will be…"
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Social Innovation

My favorite tip about social innovation is "go to where the action is." I think this is a key element of real social innovation. Donating money and resources from afar is great, but it will only provide temporary relief. If we want to truly be effective agents of change, we need to physically go to where the problems are and work to fix them. Often, I think people stay away from where social problems are actually occurring because they don't want to leave their comfort zones. But the reality…See More
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Evoke has been a secret network until now, but it is time we let the world see and participate in the good we are doing.

Evoke is a network of people of all ages who came together to solve problems in a unique, creative way. What makes Evoke different from other problem-solving organizations is our desire to push limits and think outside the box. There are no limits to the issues we address- whether it's local or global, our team members will work together to come up with creative…


Posted on April 23, 2014 at 1:50pm

Season 2

For season 2 of Urgent Evoke, I would try to separate the game into learning levels. For instance, one game for elementary-aged kids, one for middle and high school, and one for college. That way, the silly stuff doesn't have to be in the college one, and the younger kids can understand it better.

I would also maybe separate the game by levels- local, national, global. Each level would get a little tougher.

Posted on April 23, 2014 at 1:46pm

Pandemic Flu

As a student with limited resources, I would reach out to my Facebook friends for help in the effort to minimize harm from the flu. In times of health crisis, people are always in need of supplies. I would create a Facebook event as an initiative to collect supplies for sick people and money to buy those supplies.

Posted on April 23, 2014 at 1:34pm

Managing Panic

I think managing panic in a pandemic is the most important Crisis Communication step. It is easy for people to get caught up in a crisis- humans panic too easily, and this emotion causes us to not think a clearly or act as rationally. It is important for us to take a step back, breathe, and remember not to panic.

Posted on April 23, 2014 at 5:19am

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