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ACT 10

EPISODE 1: High aims form high characters, and great objects bring out great minds

Scene 1: In a typical household in the city of Lusaka, a 10 year old girl sitting beside a bed of her two dying parents. Their bodies lying lifeless with very little flesh on them. Deep in thought, her question remains, what would become of her and her life?

Scene 2: A man reading a paper on the streets with a headline stating ' AIDS takes over the country.' His…

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Posted on May 10, 2010 at 6:36pm

IMAGINE 10



1 January 2021



Report on Pearl River Flu



The Evoke Network is a technical collaboration of existing institutions and networks who pool human and technical resources for the rapid identification, confirmation and

response to outbreaks of international importance. The Network provides

an operational…
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Posted on May 7, 2010 at 10:41am

LEARN 10



These 10 weeks of Evoke have been one of the most challenging and interesting academic work i have ever done. I managed to learn about organizations that are helping with the nations prominent problems. I further established that in order to deal with the growing problems of the globe, a collective and initiative effort like Evoke can help overcome a number of issues over time. I believe that some of the issues that should be of great concern to evoke agents are as follows: Firstly, the… Continue

Posted on May 7, 2010 at 10:08am

IMAGINE 9

In 2020, i imagine that in my country Zambia, the flu pandemic affects majority of the community. My aim in this situation would be to help deal with this problem in the area of schools and how teachers can help reduce the spread of this disease. My choice of area is purely due to the fact that through public and private schools, children may get affected and this may lead to the quickest spread of the disease. With the help of staff, teachers, trained nurses and scientists online,…

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Posted on April 30, 2010 at 9:52am — 2 Comments

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