The many issues facing the African continent concerning food, energy, healthcare, and many other services taken for granted in various areas of the globe continue to dominate headlines. Those issues bring the heads of nations to the table to speak seriously on what we all can do to address crises that arise in any part of the world. If each of us were to take steps in our own lives to examine the way we go about our daily routines, there could be some miraculous improvements. Take a look at a company in Africa that is dedicated to that concept – and the well-deserved recognition they’ve received for their work! Notably, they were a recipient of a Genesis Generation Prize in 2015. Click the logo below to learn about this exciting company in Nairobi, Kenya…
Check out some of the awards and accolades Sanergy has garnered. And, their reach extends beyond the places in which inhabitants live… Read about:
Sanergy’s School WASH (Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene) program aims to raise students’ awareness of the importance of hygienic sanitation. Over the last year, Sanergy has made good progress toward this goal, training teachers from 109 primary schools in the Mukuru and Kamukunji areas of Nairobi. Of these, 90 schools have now installed Fresh Life Toilets for their students.
Take a look, too, at this site & think about becoming a competitor…
The Genesis Generation Challenge welcomes multi-disciplinary teams of young adults to propose big ideas to better the world. Each team must consist of approximately 10 individuals and must designate a team leader (age 20-36). Other team members must be 18 years or older. Teams may represent nonprofit or for profit entities. Because the idea must offer a sustainable and scalable solution to an important problem, we are seeking social entrepreneurs and others with experience delivering projects with lasting and innovative change in their communities and the world.
Maybe your submission will bring about a remarkable change that leaves your imprint on civilization!
Creating a density based traffic system
Student project submission:
Nowadays, controlling the traffic becomes a major issue because of the rapid increase in automobiles and also because of a large time delays between traffic lights. So, in order to rectify this problem, we will go for density based traffic lights system. In this system, we will use IR sensors to measure the traffic density. We have to arrange one IR sensor for each road; these sensors always sense the traffic on that particular road. All these sensors are interfaced to the micro-controller. Based on these sensors, controller detects the traffic and controls the traffic system.
Believing that children are capable of understanding the inner workings of cyber security at a young age, Penn Altoona students will produce an interactive workbook for ages eleven to fourteen. It will explain in detail various aspects of Cyber Security featuring real life examples and games to explain how Cyber Security works. The workbook will be a mobile application available on the Android platform, created using IBM Bluemix. The overall goal is to have each student sign in under an individual user ID and complete different levels of the workbook.
September is traditionally “Back-to-School” month in the United States. For those who’ve already completed their early years of education, August is the time for heading off to dormitories and beginning the advanced, more focused portion of their academic pursuits. The education sector is taking on new challenges as it proposes to address new methods for preparing a workforce for the future – which will involve a great deal of technology focused initiatives. Take a look at this company and their achievements to bring superior skills to the student population…
The aim of the New Technology Leader program is to distinguish and promote companies that deliver innovative, high-quality solutions and invest in new technologies to address today’s customers’ needs.
Young Digital Planet is a part of Sanoma Learning – one of Europe’s leading learning companies and providers of print and digital learning solutions for primary, secondary and vocational education with over 1,600 employees. They cover all dimensions of education:
- educational content – different subjects, curricula and language courses
- delivery platforms, e-learning and publishing technologies – flexible solutions for everyday use,
- products that support children and adults with special educational needs at schools and medical institutions.
SFSP is supporting the Yale Future Energy Club in the Solar Decathlon competition – building a net-0 impact house powered by solar energy alone.
A multi-disciplinary team will apply skills learned in their respective majors: Mechanical Engineering, Electric Engineering, Geology and Geophysics, Architecture, Economics. GOOD LUCK TEAM