Western health systems have been built around the concept of patient-centered care, but coronavirus infections, like any epidemic, requires a change of perspective toward community-centered care. That model of community care is more typically seen in countries in Africa or parts of Asia, where hospitals are reserved for only the very sick patients and far […]

We have just sent out invite below: On healthcare, coronavirus equalises urban areas and villages in least developed countries and lower-middle-income countries –– people in urban areas and the villages need a healthcare facility named MRESENCE TeleCare™. We intend to pay for services rendered through the facility to villages and to those that nominate villages for […]

Trust is, and has always been, the foundation upon which we make our decisions when transacting with one another. It is how we decide whether the parties that we are interacting with are dependable and likely to fulfil their side of any deal. The social world, by nature, doesn’t trust businesses that make profit. It […]

Charities currently get little donation revenue from Generation Y & Z, yet they continue to pump resources into activities that simply don’t reach this group. Traditional forms of communication and campaigning –– such as chuggers or charity muggers, newspaper adverts and TV commercials –– simply aren’t engaging this huge demographic, and charities are missing out […]

We encourage you to do good with brands. Note that we don’t discourage brands from supporting you directly. That said, let us do some measurement using a case: Stella Artois, a division of Anheuser-Busch. $3.13 helps provide 5 years of clean water for 1 person in the developing world. Stella Artois will donate $3.13 to […]

Photo: A recent case is Nike’s decision to feature Colin Kaepernick for the 30th anniversary of the company’s famous “Just Do It” campaign. The campaign caused in parts feverish debates among consumers and marketers, particularly on social media platforms, but seems to overall pay off for the company.

A recent case is Nike’s decision to feature Colin Kaepernick for 30th anniversary of the company’s famous ‘Just Do It’ campaign. The campaign caused, in parts, feverish debates among consumers and marketers, particularly on social media platforms, but seems to overall pay off for the company. 89% of [us] would switch from a brand without […]

By combining recognized Marketing Technologies, cutting edge AI, and the efficiency and transparency of Blockchain, we increase and stimulate giving to causes that take real action to help solve the most pressing issues of our society today! We weave giving into the fabric of our daily lives –– we integrate giving into our everyday consumer lifestyles –– like advertising (for brands) and seeing adverts, shopping and disposing of waste (for consumers). That is why our giving is a truly sustainable and growing activity

By combining recognized Marketing Technologies, cutting edge AI, and the efficiency and transparency of Blockchain, we increase and stimulate giving to causes that take real action to help solve the most pressing issues of our society today! We weave giving into the fabric of our daily lives –– we integrate giving into our everyday consumer […]

Teen Activist Tells Davos Elite, You’re To Blame For Climate Crisis

In case you forgot, about a year ago, while many delegates at the World Economic Forum arrived in their private jets, then 16-year-old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg took a 32-hour train from her home to Davos. She also camped out, trading a luxury hotel stay for a tent in 0 degrees Fahrenheit. (Above: CNN, […]

Youth Activism
Youth Activism and the #Never Again Movement

The young people are doing what the rest of us should have but haven’t. They are demanding accountability! They have broken through the cloud of perceive denial. These locked down and mass produced young people have rejected the assumption [that] they would accept what is being done to them, and that they [are]too incompetent to […]

A few answers spring to mind, none of them very optimistic: gun violence, environmental threats, degradation of women’s rights, assault on marginalised communities,… And yet, what is remarkable about Gen Z is that, despite coming of age in politically fraught times, these troubles are not what define them. Instead of being defined by the world […]

45% of students from fifth grade and above wanted to invent something that can change the world, 55% of them wanted to become entrepreneurs
Their main Target Groupds, Gen Y & Z force them to practice socially responsible business - Gen Y &Z are the target groups with the biggest disposable income - Brands want to find new ways to engage their target groups - They want to create brand loyalty - There are Tax Incentives for Corporate Social Responsibility, CSR.
Gen Y &Z don't donate Cash. - Causes get only 2% of the GDP (hasn't changed since 1970) - Causes need to find new channels to get donations - Causes need to find ways to reach Gen Y &Z - Gen Y &Z care but contribute in different ways, Sharing and volunteering - Natural disasters are becoming more frequent
changing the world
Hey Adults, we’ll take it from here. We don’t have time. Make the World Greta again. Save our planet. Activist Greta Thunberg, foreground centre, and her sister, Beata Thunberg, left, participate in a climate protect, in central Stockholm, Sweden. (Photo: Henrik Montgomery –– AP)
Future is Not Written For Us, But by Us
Nairobi Waldorf School Community Work

Our history is defined by the youthful push to make America more just, more compassionate, more equal under the law. This generation –– of Parkland, of Dreamers, of Black Lives Matter –– embraces that duty. If they make their elders uncomfortable, that’s how it should be. Our kids now show us what we’ve told them […]