Womentum is giving women a chance to build their own businesses
Designed by an engineering student, this garment hopes to soon save millions of lives
Phone provider MTN Group gave access to a vast selection of literature to anyone with a mobile device.
Eco-Art intersects with humanitarian objectives in this TED 2012 Award-winning project in Uganda that raises awareness about the needs of children.
The additional information hidden in these little squares of technology make consumers feel closer to the products they are buying.
Mend, the social enterprise behind the products, also features online profiles of the women.
The video uploading platform has begun to launch specific global site to feature content from various countries in the developing world.
Neil Powell of BMB shares insights about what it means to make a product that people not only need, but that in creation, betters the world.
Neil Powell, Executive Creative Director at BMB NY, continues to share footage with us that documents his experiences in Uganda as he distributes 1,000 copies of The Information Blanket.
We had the opportunity to speak with Neil Powell, Executive Creative Director at BMB NY and the driving force behind The Information Blanket. Neil is currently in Uganda and sharing content from his trip that we will be republishing on PSFK.
Kampala’s moneyed youth mill round a photography exhibition, quaffing wine and debating the works on show. But this is no ordinary exhibition and these are no ordinary conversations. The exhibition displays photographs of some of the city’s most notorious potholes.