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Unveiling Evoke Season 2: In my Words!

Urgent Evoke Season 2 Episode 1
No man is an Island. Thats an old proverb. If we are to sold the grand challenges, we have to join hands!

Page 1

Panel A
Picture of people (Kalamajong - pastoralist tribe in northern Uganda) planting trees in Northern Uganda. In 2015 there were threats that this part of the country was becoming a desert.

Agent Javie, could you please give us a hand here? My fellow Agents are calling. Apparently we have to set up a nursery bed!


Panel B

Shows a couple of Agents recording a video conference.

Panel C

Shows Alchemy addressing the Agents on a video call.

Alchemy
This is Alchemy, nice to see you have turned up in big numbers. Now, with out wasting time, lets get to work. Remember, that if you dont engage the communities is saving them from the long droughts, you will have achieved nothing - nothing! He Emphasizes.

Page 2

Panel A
Shows the Agents addressing the people in Northern Uganda on a wide dry grassland.

Panel B
Shows pictures of the cows dying of hunger and lack of water.

Panel C

The Village chief is talking to Agent Ronald Kasendwa. The Chief is suggesting that if we dont act fast to find water for the animals, they are all going to die in just a few days!!


Page 3

You can dance on the tunes of a drum of your own child! Adopted from an old African proverb which means that, even your child can give you advice and you take it.

Panel A

Agent Ronald Kasendwa
Agents we have a more urgent Evoke now. Like you already know, the water crisis here is becoming worse. We have to get water for the animals, the village Chief says the animals are dying!

Panel B

The look of confusing on the faces of the Agents.

Panel C

Agent Ssozi Javie is using his Smart Phone to check google maps for the Places mapped with water. In 2010 the Students of Lacor - in northern Uganda used GRPS to map water access in their region. Agent Ssozi Javie explains that this information will help the Agents to trace the nearest water source.

To be continues......



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