[OLPC Security] Urgent needs and education in Security Digest, Vol 12, Issue 3

Richard Karpinski dick at cfcl.com
Tue Oct 16 23:14:52 EDT 2007

Indeed, my argument has been that if clean water is a prime need,  
then school projects where a team of kids cooperate to make a report  
may be the most appropriate approach. A small group might set out to  
report how well diggers or well cleaners do their work. Not only  
would they then be able to make an illustrated report to help their  
own and other villagers understand the processes better, but a dozen  
or more educational results for the kids are likely to happen along  
the way.

Richard Karpinski, Nitpicker       dick at cfcl.com
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On 2007, Oct 16,  Mike C. Fletcher wrote:

> [1] And it should be noted that along with the educational programs
> focussed on core operations, we have programs which are providing
> practical advice to the children (and their families) on how to  
> address
> concerns such as water purification, sanitation, irrigation and the
> like.  Educational allows individuals with even minimal resources to
> improve their lives via effort.

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