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Comment on: Aquatic suit
July 15, 2017 13:23

Hi Prathvi,
Shark attacks are a massive issue in Australia. Do you have plans of taking your business international? Also. What Sustain Development Goal are you targeting with your idea?

I look forward to your reply,
Kupakwashe Matangira

July 13, 2017 15:04

Hi,
I think that education is not only a right, but also the greatest gift anyone could have. Therfore, I support your plan because not everyone can get education, your organisation will stand for these people.
Please keep up the good work and continue educating the future.

Regards,
Kupakwashe Matangira

July 13, 2017 07:35

Dear Abdisa,
Thank you so much for your support, it means a lot to me. The whole purpose of the Global Education Initiative is to inspire hope to communities through education. Education is without doubt a powerful force and a gift that can never be taken away from you. My hope is that the G.E.I will be able to go into your country, empower communities and affect change.

Kind regards,
Kupakwashe Matangia

July 13, 2017 07:30

Dear Oluwagbenga,
Thank you so much for your kind support. Good quality education helps build a better, safer environment where people are encouraged to be the best that they can be. Hopefully my idea will equip people with the inner strength they need to affect change in their communities, cities and the world.

Many thanks,
Kupakwashe Matangira

July 4, 2017 03:48

Hi Ayda,
You have a really good idea that would indeed be very sustainable. There are many organisations whose sole purpose is to give out micro loans in order to encourage businesss and break the cycle of poverty, how will your idea be different from these organisation? Also, how do you propose to educate farmers on the correct farming techniques?

I look forward to hearing from you,
Kupakwashe

Comment on: iSEEK
July 4, 2017 03:42

Hi Aseel,
How will your idea cater for those with little or no internet access? For example, in Zimbabwe, the internet is not reliable and some markets are very crowded. In places such as this, where an idea such as yours is needed, how do you propose to make your idea accessible to these people?

I look forward to hearing from you,
Kupakwashe

July 4, 2017 03:33

Hi Sheher,
Part of your idea focuses on parents and how they do not always allow their children to think outside of the box. My question is, how will your Organisation monitor what happens at home and what parents do or say and any perceived attitude changes?
Also, how do you propose to make your organisation available to teachers?

I totally agree with the fact that allowing students to think freely, fosters a better academic system. Thus, I look forward to hearing back from you.

Best regards,
Kupakwashe

July 4, 2017 03:25

Hi Seth,
I love your idea of equipping youth with business knowledge in order for them to challenge poverty. Since your idea heavily focuses on youth and teenagers, how do you propose to cater for the non-youth population and also equip them with the skills they need to combat poverty. In a community, is it not better to empower everyone rather than a select group of people?
Once I again, I love your idea. I just need you to explain it's community impact to me a bit more.

I look forward to hearing back from you.
Kindest regards,
Kupakwashe

Comment on: EDU-CELL
July 4, 2017 03:18

Hi Shuhra,
I love your idea.
Will Edu-cell only be implimented in Afghanistan or will it be expanded later on?
Also, for people without phones, is Edu-cell completely out of reach for them?

I look forward to hearing back from you,
Kupakwashe

Comment on: Path To Knowledge
July 4, 2017 03:09

Hi Theodor,
I absolutely love your idea and will vote for it! I think it's brilliant.
For those who want this technology but cannot afford it, how will you make it accessible for them? Also, there are also other companies on YouTube who exist to do what the PTK will do, how will you differ from these companies? For those living is areas of poor internet access, is the PTK out of reach for them? If it's not, how do you propose to bring the PTK to them.

Kindest regards,
Kupakwashe