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act 9

my act mission 9.. i had technical problems with submitting the photo as a screenhot so here is the address


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Added by Holly Lufele on May 11, 2010 at 11:44pm — No Comments

Act 10


Welcome agents to Season 2 of Evoke Network. As a agent you responsibility to bring attention to the most problematic and critical issues affecting…


Added by Holly Lufele on May 8, 2010 at 6:30pm — No Comments

Imagine 10

Evoke is a social networking game that is open to anyone, anywhere to play the game involves social networkers called agents to solve world problems such a social innovation, social security and many other world issues in a creative,…


Added by Holly Lufele on May 8, 2010 at 6:11pm — 1 Comment

learn 10

Playing the evoke game has been so challenging and stimulating. It has led me to question many things and understand the impact of changes and issues effecting the world. I found this game so inspiring therefore I would not make any changes to the actual set up of the game. But there a few features I would like to change and maybe the introduce new…


Added by Holly Lufele on May 8, 2010 at 5:50pm — No Comments

imagine 9

In a severe pandemic in 2011, governments may close schools, shut down public transportation systems, and ban public gatherings such as concerts or sporting events. In such scenarios, many…


Added by Holly Lufele on April 30, 2010 at 7:20am — No Comments

Learn 9

Added by Holly Lufele on April 29, 2010 at 7:13pm — 3 Comments

imagine 8

there are two important information i would like to share with future generations, its is important for cultures in south africa to practice their traditional dances it is an important key feature for tourists when they come to see our country they will see our culturally rich our country is, the second is "ubuntu" our country was able to overcome past racial segeration by people being accepting of each others culture and showing humilty to one another and our country can only progress foward… Continue

Added by Holly Lufele on April 26, 2010 at 12:41pm — 1 Comment

act 8

Traditional ecological knowledge (TEK) is the information that people in a given community, based on experience and adapted to local culture and environment, have developed over time, and that continues to develop. This knowledge is used to sustain the community and its culture and to maintain the biological resources necessary for the continued survival of the community, this is the knowlwdge i would like to make available for people in the future to use, so the obejct i will design would be a… Continue

Added by Holly Lufele on April 26, 2010 at 10:30am — No Comments

Learn 8

the case study is based on the Pilansberg national park in south africa. i choose this case study because land reforms issues are still very important in south africa and government have to focus on the community to a great extent. The Bop government had a plan to proclaim the pilansberg land as a national park because of its appealing landscape. there was a community which lived in Pilansberg so the governmeny wasnted to uplift the local community and develop the park, the governmetn…


Added by Holly Lufele on April 26, 2010 at 10:24am — No Comments

Imagine 7

Firstly there would be less personal automobiles in the city, many people would be using public transport by this time East London would have an efficient public transport system. People would also be using more bicycles.…


Added by Holly Lufele on April 18, 2010 at 7:39pm — No Comments

Act 7

The East London IDZ has an environmental management framework which has been developed on a comprehensive foundation of environmental information as well as socio-economic priorities.…


Added by Holly Lufele on April 16, 2010 at 2:33pm — 2 Comments

Housing the nation is one of the greatest challenges facing the Government of National Unity. The extent of the challenge derives not only from the enormous size of the housing backlog and the desper…

Housing the nation is one of the greatest challenges facing the Government of National Unity. The extent of the challenge derives not only from the enormous size of the housing backlog and the desperation and impatience of the homeless, but stems also from the extremely complicated bureaucratic, administrative, financial and institutional framework inherited from the previous government. Many people will want to move into the urban areas in the future but because of the housing backlog people… Continue

Added by Holly Lufele on April 16, 2010 at 10:40am — No Comments

imagine 6

In 2020 there will be a different culture practiced in Rwanda men will have a clear understanding of the impact of women and child rape and abuse. Men will respect women and allow them the independence to make their own decisions. Young girls will not be seen as homemakers but rather individuals with the ability to make a difference in this world through the use of educations. By 2020 the Bill of women’s rights will be clearly stated in the constitution and implemented throughout the country.… Continue

Added by Holly Lufele on April 14, 2010 at 5:28pm — 1 Comment

Act 6

Turwubake ("Construct the Family"), a Global Grassroots sponsored project, is addressing economic vulnerability and domestic and sexual violence in their community in the Nyaryngenge Sector of Rwanda. i will be contributing 17 dollars for 1 person to get a a family educated about sexual violence this includes the men. i know my blogs ave been mainly about rwanda but i really feel passionate about this. we as south africans and other women and children living in more developed countries do not… Continue

Added by Holly Lufele on April 11, 2010 at 9:23pm — 1 Comment

Learn 6

In Rwanda, a UN-supported centre in the capital city, Kigali, is providing health, legal and psychosocial support to victims and raising awareness about violence against women, particularly among men. The centre is also educating police officers about gender-based violence.

As the police are responsible for investigating gender and domestic violence cases, they have to understand gender inequalities and gender-based violence, a consultant at the Centre, which runs a hotline. This helps…


Added by Holly Lufele on April 11, 2010 at 7:22pm — No Comments


my social innovation hero was Doc hedley,he organised an events called water to wine, whereby wine was sold and all the proceeds and donations were to help build pumps and educate people in Sudan. firstly i wil get into contact with Doc Hedley and ask how he went about his projects. then i will get a local bar to help with this project. the aim would be to sell host a water to wine event in grahamstown, so that we could help our local community. grahamstown is experiencing water problems…


Added by Holly Lufele on April 11, 2010 at 6:16pm — No Comments

water world day 2020

i will organise a international water fast day and i will collaborate with other people in different countries. firstly i will make it internationally known that is water fast day through the use of media. this day will entail that everyone around the world give up water for 24hrs so they will not bath, shower, cook or even drink water for 24hrs. so the fast will be the personal use of water it will not include businesses that require water to operate. then there will be a big celeberation at… Continue

Added by Holly Lufele on April 11, 2010 at 6:02pm — No Comments

imagine 5

" Technology has taken over"

this is south africa's first soley technology operated bank ever it situated in the heart of sandton city in Johannesburg Mantito has revolutionised banking in south africa this is the first banking cafe in africa. inside the bank there a numerous touch screens which replace bank tellers. so everthing is done electronically from opening an account to making new cards etc. the electronic banking is in all the official south african languages. there are…


Added by Holly Lufele on April 7, 2010 at 12:20pm — 1 Comment


i really think people should go really use old methods when possible. i am a fan of going to thrift and vintage stores to get one of a kind items at a bargain. so instead of buying things from these second hand shops. i decided to barter with a friend. i brought all mine and my mom's old clothes and moms and things that i could exchange to a friends house an exchanged items which we liked. this is a form of barter. this system should be used more often in society it when appropriate…


Added by Holly Lufele on April 7, 2010 at 10:01am — No Comments

learn 5


Added by Holly Lufele on April 7, 2010 at 9:49am — 2 Comments

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