Ghana is a model to politically imitate (as favourish start-ups) blogs.worldbank.org/jobs/can-ghana-s-extreme-poor-be-graduated
How a simple mapping technology helps rural Indians reclaim “wastelands” and manage critical water resources skoll.org/2018/08/27/how-a-mapping-technology-helps-convert-wasteland-to-thriving-commons-in-india
FES’s Composite Land Assessment and Restoration Tool (CLART) is an open-sourced geographic information system that aggregates all publicly available data about a given plot of land (like slope, rock type, porosity, and permeability) onto a mobile device to help local people manage their resources and ecology => informed soil and water conservation plans
Mr. Dan Tandasi presenting @GanTanzania and its efforts to help tackle the challenge of youth unemployment in Tanzania and the development of talent to meet future needs for skills. Thank you for spreading word on our common GAN’s mission!