Non-governmental Organization based in Germany

RESET appeals to individuals, companies, and organisations that are committed to environmental protection and global justice, employing and focusing on TIMES principles (Telecommunications, IT, Media, E-Commerce, Service Provider) to deliver its message and promote action.

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16 entries found
13 Nov 2017 description
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Written by Sarah-Indra Jungblut, 13-11-2017

In areas where the internet doesn't reach, or where access has been cut off, FreeCom makes it possible to send and receive crucial messages.

07 Nov 2017 description
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Written by Ana Galan

A Colombian start-up is using drones to improve access to health care for people living in remote areas.

There are still lots of places in the world that are incredibly hard to access due to their difficult landscape and lack of infrastructure. People living in those areas often have to spend hours covering small distances in order to reach basic services such as healthcare.

02 Nov 2017 description
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Written by Tristan Rayner, 02-11-2017

In areas where supplies are scarce and infrastructure non-existent, could Field Ready's 3D printed solutions be the future of effective humanitarian aid?

Disaster relief is always a challenge, with humanitarian efforts hampered and people left isolated and displaced. Electricity and fresh water are scarce, while aid can take days or even weeks to arrive in disaster zones via fragmented supply chains. Infrastructure is often non-existent.

12 Sep 2017 description
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Written by Laura Wagener, 12-09-2017

Working with small farmers around the world, Conflictfood’s fairly-traded hand-picked regional products help strengthen economies and create opportunities for local communities.

06 Sep 2017 description
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How do you set about mending the destruction caused by years of conflict and rebuilding your home, neighbourhood or city, when political instability make it impossible to get hold of the necessary resources? Two Gazan women set about doing just that, and have come up with a durable and affordable building block made out of waste materials: Greencake.