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Leila Chirayath Janah, my new hero - ACT1

As I moved around the web from one corner to another searching for a giant in “Social innovation and Enterprise,” to definitely make my new hero, I came across Leila Chirayath Janah, the founder and CEO of Samasource (http://www.samasource.org).



Samasource enables marginalized people from refugees in Kenya to women in rural Pakistan to receive life-changing work opportunities on the Internet. The core of this concept is microwork – little bits… Continue

Posted on February 15, 2010 at 9:30pm — 9 Comments

A transformed Uganda in 2020! - IMAGINE1

About 10 years back, I was introduced to the concept of Social Innovation and Enterprise in the EVOKE network. The network really put me through some good brain work that helped me dig down into my community, understand the pressing issues it faced, and then critically come up with the solutions to those problems.


During that time, we were faced with high unemployment levels, low literacy level, and hunger among others. When I thought deeply about all this and compared the…
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Posted on February 14, 2010 at 8:30pm — 8 Comments

A wake to appreciation and satisfaction - LEARN1

Truth be told, am new to this wh*** idea and concept of Social Innovation but after reading here and there about the concept, I am glad to report that I now have the wh*** concept at my fingertips. What I carry in my head tells me that Social Innovation is all about coming up with new ideas, strategies, and concepts that meet social needs and strengthen civil society.


When I read through Alchemy’s link that he named “Exhibit A” which is about the 33 secrets of Social…
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Posted on February 11, 2010 at 12:00pm — 11 Comments

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At 11:31pm on March 17, 2010, Rahul Dewanjee said…
At 7:18am on March 12, 2010, Ssozi Javie said…
Hey Ronald, thanks for leaving me a comment on my profile.
Its nice to meet you at EVOKE!!!! I hope that one day we will meet physically.
You could also look me up on Facebook my name there is Javie Xp. ;)
Hope to talk to you more...
At 4:03pm on March 7, 2010, Starling said…
Thanks very much Ronald.
At 7:19am on March 5, 2010, Deborah Cazden said…
Thanks for the comment...sometimes it is hard to write about a future event in the present tense....I will take a look and edit it :-) THANKS!
At 1:25pm on March 4, 2010, cattavery said…
Ronald I can tell you a little bit about biodiesel. Basically it is possible to griw trees like Jatropha and POngamia that produce seeds which are very rich in oil. Like food crops they have a lot of dense oil that can be mixed directly with diesel if it is filtered properly and carefully. If there are adjustments made to the car or generator it can run on entirely biodiesel mostly you need to create a water jacket system that pre-heats the oil before it is used in the engine. I have a mercedes 380 which was converted to run on biodiesel (which is sold at local gas stations after is it treated) and regular veg oil. I got the car from my cousin who used it to go to college in Santa Cruz, she carefully collected waste oil from a Chinese restauraunt and for two years drove to school without having to buy very much diesel at all...just enough to start the engine on cold days. I think for Uganda jatropha tree would work well, the seeds are easier to get now than when i started on this. Mostly it can only handle a mild freeze. After only a year the tree starts to produce seeds, and it can be used as a fence against cattle.
At 5:51am on February 18, 2010, Yemisi Ajumobi said…
Nice! Thanks Ronald :)
At 7:32pm on February 13, 2010, Yemisi Ajumobi said…
Haha thanks Ronald I'm sure I wouldn't....so far, so good I must say...:D
 
 
 

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