By Betsy Teutsch
100 below $100: 100 instruments for Empowering worldwide Women is a accomplished examine potent, inexpensive recommendations for supporting ladies within the international South out of poverty. such a lot books in this topic specialize in one challenge and one resolution; writer Betsy Teutsch as a substitute spreads her internet large, sharing 100 winning, confirmed paths out of poverty in 11 diverse sectors—including tech, public well-being, legislations, finance, and more—in a visually outstanding e-book filled with photos of bright, robust ladies farmers, wellbeing and fitness practitioners, marketers, and humanitarian tech stars doing fascinating, state of the art paintings. Eye-opening and compelling, a hundred less than $100 is an obtainable access aspect for globally-attuned readers eager about utilizing a extensive variety of instruments to empower ladies and support alleviate poverty within the constructing international.
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Pedal a Giradora (#56) to do laundry, and you’ve exercised; toss the greywater right into the keyhole’s compost. Cook with a solar box (#51) or parabolic stove (#52), augmented by a Wonderbag (#53). Add chickens (#71) and bees (#70); relax at night with drinks cooled in your ChotuKool (#55). Individual and household efforts like these add up, shrinking carbon footprints without sacrificing quality of life. And great ideas for accomplishing this are coming from people all across the globe. What are the Basics of Humanitarian Tech Design?
Too often, our impressions of impoverished women are formed by pictures of passive female victims, lined up following disasters, awaiting aid. Disasters are a small subset of all the challenges faced by globally impoverished girls and women. The bigger story shared in this book is how global girls’ and women’s hard work—like testing water (check out tool #38), asserting their legal rights to inheritance (#99), organizing Village Savings and Loans (#89) or ninety-seven other types of efforts—are facilitating their own climbs out of extreme poverty, and bringing their families and communities with them.
144). People are not defined only by their material poverty; they also have many assets and deep knowledge about how to accomplish tasks. Poverty is as much a deficit of opportunity as material deprivation. This book shares inspiring stories about tools that help accomplish tasks more quickly and effectively, making use of improved, affordable designs and practices. Cynthia Koenig’s Wello water wheel (#36) transports water in half the time with less physical strain, a beautiful illustration of Matthew Ridley’s observation: “In one sense this is the story of humanity, creating time.
100 Under $100: One Hundred Tools for Empowering Global Women by Betsy Teutsch