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The Audio Engineering workshop at the Creative Training Campus which took place in Malawi 2017 as part of the Creative Training for Youth : Europe - Africa project co funded by the Erasmus + programme of the EU. As part of the Music Crossroads Academies project with the aim to contribute to the development of the music education sector and creative industry in southern Africa, Young people were trained by experts in the field, to equip them with new technical skills to enable them to improve their chances to generate income in the creative industry, to better their livelihoods. A project by Music Crossroads International. Partners: Global Music Academy Music Crossroads in Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe. Supporters: Royal Norwegian Embassy European Commission (Erasmus +) Other ...
Dartmouth engineering major Rob Collier '13 and William Kamkwamba '14 — a.k.a. "The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind" and founder of Moving Windmills, which pursues development and education projects — teamed up to implement a solar power project in Malawi, Africa.
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UD's Engineers Without Borders Chapter is a student-run organization dedicated to helping communities around the world secure adequate sanitation, safe drinking water and resources to meet their basic needs. Their most recent project has taken teams to the village of Mphero in Malawi. http://www.ewb-ud.org/
A social entrepreneur in Malawi is using bamboo to try to create jobs for the some of country's thousands of unemployed young people. Bamboo Express uses the plant from the grass family to make artistic furniture, while also training others to set up and run their own enterprises.
It has never taken off, and could well be a death trap, but a home-made helicopter built in Malawi is drawing crowds captivated by its creator's determination to succeed against all the odds.
Rice University's Rice 360°: Institute for Global Health is an award-winning, engineering education program that prepares students to solve complex problems through real-world challenges related to global health. More than 10 percent of Rice students are involved with Rice 360°, which has produced dozens of technologies that are saving lives in 19 countries. http://www.rice360.rice.edu/
Technology has huge potential to increase the scale and effectiveness of our education programmes. Last year in Malawi, primary schoolchildren involved in a pilot project using tablets to increase numeracy skills made more progress in eight weeks than in 12-18 months of usual classroom teaching. This project has been scaled up to 100 schools across the country.
The Africa Progress Panel estimates that it may take until 2080 to connect all Africans to a centralised grid electricity system. In the absence of grid electricity, small-scale off-grid solar is undergoing huge growth across Africa. It’s a potential leapfrogging technology for sustainable development. On the shore of Lake Malawi, the Zayed Solar Academy is aiming to catapult Malawi onto the solar bandwagon.
Meet Stefaria and experience what it’s like to be a child in this brutal landscape. Overcoming disease, despair and the deaths of those closest to her, see how she’s finding hope for a better future. Learn how you can help a child like Stefaria at: https://www.savethechildren.org/FragileFutures --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Check our other social media channels: ✩ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/savethechildren ✩ Twitter: https://twitter.com/SavetheChildren ✩ Instagram: https://instagram.com/savethechildren/ ✩ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/savethechildren/
A film of the adventures of 12 University of Michigan engineering students on an almost 7-week long trip to promote education in Malawi. We supplemented math and science classes in high schools in the Phalombe district in partnership with the EKARI Foundation. Learn more about the EKARI Foundation here: http://www.ekarifoundation.org/en/ Learn more about the Phalombe Initiative for Education, the student organization at the University of Michigan, here: https://www.facebook.com/umichCSAB/ Shot entirely on iPhone without color correcting or color grading. Music: "I Lived (iTunes Session)" - OneRepublic
In 2016, Malawi was amongst the Southern African Countries that were hardest hit by El~Nino induced drought. This left about 6.5 million Malawians without food and some faced acute water shortage. Like elsewhere, this meant women had to walk long distances to fetch water a majority of which was putting their families'lives at risk. This compelled Oxfam with funding from Global affairs Canada to embark on a water sanitation and hygiene project.
New Site: http://www.strainhunters.com Strain Hunters Malawi Expedition by Green House Seed Company featuring Arjan and Franco with Simon on a mission to find the Malawi Gold, one of the ultimate landraces. Watch how the discover the hidden treasures deep inside the countryside of Malawi! Polish Subtitles Strain Hunter Malawi Expedition
TraCSS stands for Trading with Climate Smart Supply (TraCSS). It is a project funded by the Scottish Government and managed by Imani Development in Scotland and Malawi. The project is designed to stimulate sustainable economic growth in Malawi through the development of agricultural value chains. Specifically it is targeting the coffee, tea and pigeon pea (toor dhal lentil) industries.
www.NyInternetCafe.Org - Twitter.com/NyInternetCafe A great story of a succesfull young African man. Around the age of 14 through only reading books and seeing picture, create windmills to create electricity for his village, also built streams and even solar panels - Visit our website: NyInternetCafe.Org
World Technologies is an engineering services firm that assists developing nations with sustainable economic development. We are dedicated to helping others develop the means to better their lives through our system implementation. These are the problems we are trying to solve and this is our solution.
This video, made by Deirdre Mulrooney with the kind support of Simon Cumbers Media Fund was shot in Malawi in December 2011, and documents TCD Engineering's part Irish Aid-funded Thermo-Electric Generator Pilot Project in Balaka, Malawi with Concern Universal. For more information read the article in the March/ April edition of Village Magazine (www.villagemagazine.ie).