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Turning Town Ship Houses into Labs
Structure
- Current Problems
- Maboneng
- Future Beyond
- Partners
- The Fundraising
- Turning Homes into Labs
- Sources
- 75% illiterate rate in South African Town Ships
- Violence is a daily hitch
- The poverty causes also ineffective approaches to fight denunciations
- Many hapless people even can’t find proud in anything:
- shanties: dirty and morbific
- if they have a preventing mobile phone, they partial have to drive 3 hours by bus to recharge it

Current Problems
•The Start-Up from Cape Town (...)
Turning homes into Labs
Sustainability
30 homes are already waiting to get laboratories
Competition
Experiments
T-Shirts
Kiosk
Recycling

Renewable Energies:
- Solar Energy
- Wind Energy
Electricity
Collecting Bottles
Examples
Partners
Edunova
Application of technologies into learning and teaching
www.edunova.org
Step up
The Fundraising
Siphiwe Ngwenya
Mobile: +27 (0) 737 778 937
E-Mail: ngwenya@maboneng.com
About the project:

Turning homes into galleries
Festival in Dec 2011

Goals: permanent exhebition through Town Ship; other festivals; galery

See more:
http://www.maboneng.com/


Your contact person
Methuli Mbanjwa
Mobile: +27 (0) 836 979 241
E-Mail: methuli.mbanjwa@gmail.com
Your contact Person
(He is a founder of the Start-Up....)

After his studies at three different universities in South Africa he collected work experience as an specialist in the Renewable Energy and Project Management sector.
Short CV (Grown up in... Siphiwe stands up for ... matters ....)
http://piratepad.net/xnGRAEAzBm
- Most work: vonluntary,
e.g. guided tours and security crew

- Material for experiments:
- mostly recyclet
- some bought items like the solar pannels
- Most of it is self-made

- For advertisement and other supply, we would like to say THANK YOU to the companies which contributed us:
(Companies)
Thank you for your attention!
Sources
Information:

http://prezi.com/meaotfgckigo/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy

•http://www.maboneng.com/node/1
•http://future-beyond.co.za/
•http://www.edunova.co.za/

•http://za.linkedin.com/in/methuli?trk=pub-pbmap

Images:

http://www.nationalgeographic.de/thumbnails/gallery/11/83/00/township-8311.jpg
http://www.siliconcape.com/profile/MethuliMbanjwa
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