Explain your idea in details:
Our mission is to spread camping culture by ; creating a platform in which you can organize or participate in the incoming events. Moreover, we provide guides and coaches for everyone who want to discover new places and learn new skills. Of course, you can find all equipment you need to prepare your adventure is available in our store online. You can rent bikes, tents or buy new materials.
Expected impact of your idea on sustainable development
As population and economic growth causing more pollution and increasing pressure on our natural resources, I think that everyone must accept increased responsibilities to implement new ideas in order to overcome environmental problems. We should think globally and act locally. Starting from this point of view, I believe that spreading camping culture will make citizens and specially youth more aware about environmental issues. Also, it will enhance our responsibility and give us an opportunity to be more active and engaged through simple acts. Moreover, I believe that spreading camping culture will expand our perspective of home and endow us with a greater sense of brotherhood. For instance, you can realize how much safer and stronger we can be, if we connected with one another. Besides, recognizing that such natural diversity exists will definitely raise our flexibility and ability of acceptance. Especially in a word threaten by fanaticism and terrorism.
Plans for implementation and sustainability
The first step is to accomplish and lunch the website. First events should be organized by me, so we can share it. Then, we start prepare our store which will be firstly only online. As the project is self-sustaining and have its proper source of incomes, We hope that we can open real stores in many cities
After the Tunisian revolution in 2011, the country was suffering from an economic recession due to the political turmoil. Some extremist groups had taken advantage of that instability and started indoctrinating youth, whos who are suffering from joblessness, illiteracy and poverty. My countrys youth were so manipulated that they did not hesitate to suicide or make terrorism attacks. The plight of my fellows was tragic and depressing. Terror, hate and intolerance had been advocated by those extremists. At first, I was terrified. I felt like a stranger in my own country. However, I had a belief that if we accepted fear and surrender to division and hate, we would lose ourselves and the country too. We needed to unite our efforts. Then, I decided in February 2014 to accomplish a Tunisian road trip by bike, in which I crossed 2100 km and visited almost all the Tunisian cities from north to south. During this trip, I met a diverse range of people from all walks of life. I discovered that despite our difference, we had human and moral values in common. Also, I tried to share my camp activities. In such natural environment, I had the time to listen more, talk less, relax, and have more positive reflections. That trip was definitely a turning point; it had remarkably expanded my perspective of home and endowed me with a greater sense of brotherhood. For instance, I realized how much safer and stronger we can be, if we connected with one another. Leaving my comfort zone, was a trigger of a new life style and way of thinking. It enhanced in me the ability of acceptance and I become more flexible, creative and proactive. Since then, I work to make the world more connected and sustainable.