Water = Time
When we feel like some water, we simply open the tap/faucet in our homes. But for millions around the world, the daily struggle of trekking miles to fetch water…
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New Treasury study highlights problems aggravating South Africa’s water crisis. "South Africa's water-shortage crisis is aggravated by rundown infrastructure‚ nonpaying consumers and tariffs that do not cover the cost of providing water."
3 innovation lessons from the Hippo Water Roller story
This is an excellent article using the Hippo Water Roller as an example to define innovation. The idea of a "water roller" is not "new." But, the introduction of the Hippo Water Roller is an innovation that is changing the lives of women fetching water in Africa. "I haven't used the term "gobsmacked" in quite a while. After seven African safaris, I was gobsmacked by the Hippo Water Roller and the elegant simplicity of a practical solution. To be honest, I own a water roller
"Working with Hippo Roller has been a huge benefit to the Youthzones network as now water can be collected easily, without multiple trips to wells, and in a much more comfortable manner. In turn this gives people energy and productivity - key components of Youthzones values! Hippo Rollers recently supported Youthzones with 115 rollers to Youthzones in May 2016, with the benefit has been felt across Youthzones sites around South Africa." http://www.youthzones.com/news