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LED Lights Are A 'Transformative Technology' In The Developing World
LED Lights Are A 'Transformative Technology' In The Developing World. A woman in Senegal charges her cellphone using a port in her solar-powered LED lantern. (Courtesy of Lighting Africa)
The tiny, remote Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan first invented the idea of using happiness as a measure of good governance – an idea its superpower neighbour China has now borrowed.
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Simple, Cheap Health Remedies Cut Child Mortality In Ethiopia
NPR article on Ethiopian community health workers dramatically lowering child mortality rates. Great example of local leadership bringing solutions.
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Stunning Portraits of Mixed-Race Families
CYJO illustrates the evolution of ethnicity for mixed blood family portraits - designboom
The Nile Project: Producing Harmony In A Divided Region
The Nile Project: Producing Harmony In A Divided Region--It began as a conversation over a beer. Now, a collaboration between musicians across the Nile basin has expanded to concert tours, albums and courses at universities in the U. and East Africa.
In this lesson, students watch a short film about an outdoor nursery and explore how our human connection to nature can support creative exploration.
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