Imagineering is what it’s all about – wouldn’t you have wanted to build your own helicopter from scratch when you were 17 years old? Joseph Omwoyo, a young Kenyan form-four student in Western Kenya, did just that and built his … Read more →
We’re currently fighting a bug that has affected our server [Update: Fixed! :-)], hence the long delay in updating this wonderful blog. Also, we recommend subscribing to this blog (because the bug doesn’t show up on our feed), so if you … Read more →
Miniature versions of vehicles are as popular with kids in Cameroon as anywhere else. Adult craftsmen across the continent use materials such as wire, beads and recycled cans to create toy bicycles, trucks and airplanes—many of which transcend the level … Read more →
You’d think that given the amount of cow dung available around rural Africa that biogas would be a big hit right? Well, its actually relatively unknown. The main reason is materials, coast and complicated technology. People in these areas use … Read more →
You know you’re in Mali when it’s too hot in the sun and come up with an electrified spit roast that will do the job for you. As seen by our friend Mischel at campement Woloni in Sélingué, Mali. Thx!