We all have values we live by. Sometimes we are aware of them, sometimes we are not. Some are personal, some our communal, and some are part of the broader culture or cultures we live in. A crude way to discover some of them is to look at what we spend our time and...
From the Blog on Development
Financial inclusion without financial literacy is irresponsible. Understanding how to live wisely in the financial world must be a fundamental aspect of inclusion.
Here in the UK the vaccine programme is rolling along. This brings with it a slightly more positive outlook in the news of the state of the world. However, when you look at the data presented in the map below we see a different picture. Africa is quite in comparison...
Choosing your own adventure is both thrilling and scary. There many options and paths to choose from. And rarely is only one correct.
Does it make sense for people like me or even teachers, police etc. here in the UK to be vaccinated before health care workers in Sudan? Brazil?
Aid and international development should be the perfect fit for an agile approach. However, we need massive mindset if we are ever to get there.
Offline, low bandwidth, no smartphone environments are rarely part of the original design process because the economics don’t work. Time for new models?
I don’t think there’s ‘new’ technology significantly helping those we work with, but there is a lot of ‘old’ technology that continues to help them.
Is it time for ‘smart’ latrine, where we remotely monitor not only the sewage levels in the pit, but also the air quality inside the latrine?