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Many of you learned about the distribution challenge from my colleague and Essmart's co-founder, Jackie Stenson. If you haven't watched her E4C webinar, please do so. It is a fantastic introduction to the problem of distributing the life-improving technologies that many of you are inventing at this moment. She highlights the truth that our social enterprise, Essmart, was founded on: Even though you may have created an amazing technology that is a real labor of love and technical wizardry, distributing it to the people you made it for will be your biggest challenge.
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Can the WASH sector harness the power of crowdfunding?

Crowdfunding holds promise and pitfalls for the water, sanitation and hygiene sector. Here's how to navigate the crowd, Ned Breslin at Water for People writes. Read more...

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Bikes grow on trees in Uganda through a new bamboo bike business

Bandha Bikes teaches Ugandan communities to build bicycle from bamboo, and now they're crowdfunding their startup capital. Read more...

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i need tto reduce the alcoholism in my area.

because alot of children, they dont have go to school, they died and get poor nutrition, because of alcoholism parents, they dont take ncare there family, all the time there in deeply drinking, they dont work, inodfer to get food and importans need for there life, alwys there in drinking alchol, that why , ineed to teach people about this problem, how they going to be reduce and be good in there family and live well.

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