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Reverse Innovation is not a recent phenomenon - it's been happening for hundreds of years!

Image Source: Afritorial.com

Anyone who’s followed my thoughts would have deduced by now that I’m extremely passionate about GLOBAL innovation, and I vehemently disagree with insinuations that there’s a region in the world where people are particularly more innovative than others. 1,158 more words


Moto Man Monday: Damien

Name: Damien

City: Bamenda, Northwest

“I paid for my bike by farming cassava. Being a moto man is better because there is small money in it.”



Church bells in Bamenda, the capital of the North-West Province of Cameroon. Currently hoisted around the Baptist Mission Rest-house, my flag would be drifting off to another province after a few days. 89 more words

Virtual Tour

Social Engineering in Action: Ntambag, Bamenda, Cameroon

Social Engineering in Action: Ntambag, Bamenda, Cameroon.
by Lydia Sorflaten

Plans had to be changed Sunday,Feb. 23rd, 2014. Twenty five families were suddenly going to be compromised because an engineer made a decision to make the road through a community straight. 403 more words

IDF News And Events

SIRDEP and Save Africa's Children (SAC) against illiteracy

SIRDEP has for over five years now been contributing to the achievement of Millennium Development Goal No 2 – achieve universal primary education. She has been doing so by supporting orphans and vulnerable children (OVCs) to complete their primary education. 263 more words