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Empowering Women - Act

Knowledge is the main problem that blocks woman from economy. Our group decide to donate many school supplies such as books, pencils, pen, and etc to children in the villagers through from a community and service in my school named "invisible children". Basically they need students to donate books and more school supplies for the children in the village so they can have the privilege to learn how to read and write.

"Invisible Children" has a goal which is helping children in the…

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Posted on March 10, 2013 at 1:41pm

The Future Money - Learn

Alternative Currency is a system to keep money circulating locally even longer, it's really good for local skills, products and reselling into the community. The benefits of Alternative Currency are it increased currency in the local area, increasing to local market and etc. Local currency is very useful, for example if we need money to build a market or motel, if we use local currency and then our business was not that successful and we need to close it down the money all still inside the…

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Posted on February 24, 2013 at 2:29pm

Empowering Woman - LEARN

In sub - Sahara Africa, more than 550 million people that live less than $2 a day. Each day is a struggle because it does not earn enough for their daily needs. Women have to take their own opportunities and, as well know it takes money to make money. In 1991 a group called "CARE" developed a way harness in a village in Southern Niger. In 2011, CARE have helped more than 7 million people to improve their household income. Woman do two third of the work but only get 10 % of the income.…

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Posted on February 17, 2013 at 1:42pm

Solar Cooker - Act

So in DT class, We are told to make a Solar Cooker for cooking food. Refugee camp in Africa have to cut down woods and burned them, with Solar Cooker they can just use the sun and cook things, the bad thing is that it would take twice longer than using wood or a normal stove. Solar cooker is very useful for the people in that refugee camp because, they don't have to walk many miles searching for woods, and the are wouldn't be polluted, beside Solar cooker is free you don't have to pay if you…

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Posted on February 3, 2013 at 3:03pm

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