A little girl made this and ran off. So i thought I would take a nice picture of her handy work!
These kids were playing by the shower, even though there was a whole beach for them to play with! Nonetheless, they were posing for my camera!
A gentleman wears a traditional Malay outfit on the day of Hari Raya. He sits down by the steps as he messages someone using his mobile phone.
The Clark Quay River ripples across either end of the stream.
There is nothing more beautiful than a black and white photo. The shadows surfaced on the floor makes the tunnel seem more welcoming to an anxious person. The phrase “There is light at the end of the tunnel”, may not be the most appropriate terminology.
One of numerous tourist boats that embarks on a number of trips everyday. Ridiculed with tourists, the boat taxing service in the area is thriving.
Over the past twenty-years ‘micro’ irrigation systems have reached 10.3 million people. In various arid areas, water scarcity is a major issue for farmers to sustain an agricultural livelihood. Drip Irrigation provides a system that allows users to efficiently and precisely manage usage water to the demands of the particular demands of the crop. If this is not a prime example of social innovation, then I don’t know what else is! An elaboration of how drip irrigation works can be found here. Continue reading
One of the most simplest social innovation can be found on the streets. See this wonderful video of how a simple man creates light using old bottle with clear distilled water to allow sunlight to enter slum houses without power or acceess to electricity!
A new mode for sustainability and using simple ideas to create solutions!