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phenyo makokwe

m planning on creating something simple first of all the garden ida is a very great idea and what i plan doing is to go to all the old people in my community whereas i would go to they houses every 2days and check on the gardens for them which will be a tomato and mielies which could result in a long term project and when they need money for certain things the can take something from the garden and afterwards sell it so thats my plan in helpping out the community and hoope it will work out very wel


Iyamuremye Jean de Dieu

In 2020 I will celebrate a special day of my company. I want to fond a company of gathering the volunteers of all works around the World. In my company a person will work where they need him/her. The main issue is getting cash but also main solution is the good ideas and thoughts. I am focusing about contributions of anyone who has a good heart. In 2020, we will sit together and celebrate our work using Biogas energy.


I’m a Portuguese leaving in Colombia Bogota. And I do have a story to tell. One night I was coming home when I do realize that I lost my home key. So as it was a bit late, and the security copy was unreachable at that time, I had to sleep on the floor, inside the building but nevertheless outside my own home. It wasn’t the best night sleep, I was cold, hard floor


Holly Lufele

i would start a project called Beer for seed. firstly i live in a student town therefore it makes sense to target students in my initiative. Vision- give seeds to local community to plant and also help them create a garden. Plan- get a local bar to help make this project a reality. how i would go about doing this,is that one night a week there would be a Beer special and for every beer someone drinks they would be contributing to buying seeds for the community. therefore the students will be contributing to the community while consuming something they enjoy and this will also help the bar in creating social responsibility.


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Comment by Shane M. Wheeler on March 28, 2010 at 12:01pm
The Bar idea seems very practical, especially if there are already students in the area drinking. Much like seeds, students are numerous, and their drinks multiply. A small amount of each drink going into seeds planted may not be a huge change immediately, but a month's worth of drinking could add up to a garden. If the idea was then communicated and marketed to other bars, it could swiftly become a marketing idea that would snowball, possibly allowing for sponsorship from a brewer.
Comment by Alex Stovell on March 28, 2010 at 1:25pm
Thanks for these Linda - makes it easier to get at the 'gems' when I've not had a lot of time to read through the wh*** blog list of late :)
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I love the format, great information :) I'm adding you to my favorites so other can find this as well


I think it's interesting that I rarely click on people's 2020 blogs if they are from the United States, but I'm VERY interested in reading about how others think Africa will look in 2020. Please keep giving us feedback Africa, it's hard for us to understand what you're going through, and some of us really want to understand. Thank you everyone for sharing!
Comment by Lim Zhen Jiang on April 4, 2010 at 4:33pm
That's a good idea about the bar, since people just love to drink!


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