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A design challenge for agric service innovation in rural Africa

Find a way to embed principles of sustainable good agriculture for the smallscale farmer in a socio-economically beneficial way. How would we do this? Where do we begin? The answers to these questions and more will be forthcoming on this blog. I reach out and encourage you all to consider submitting your thoughts and opinions […]

Posted in Africa, Business Models, Cashless transactions, Consumer Behaviour, Culture, Design, Flexibility, Frameworks, Indigenous & Traditional, Informal & Flexible, Mobile platform, Research, rural, Rural Economy, Strategy, Sub Saharan Africa, User research, Value | Also tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Reframing Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) as a human centered design challenge

The tangible manifestation of the concept of turning government’s calls to action for public private partnerships in development was crafted by Jeroen Meijer of JAM Visualdenken and expertise on sustainable agricultural value chains provided by Bart Doorneweert of LEI, Wageningen. The design challenges, as we called them, reframed the problem statement in the form a […]

Posted in Base of the Pyramid, Design, Innovation Planning, Perspective, Process, rural, Sub Saharan Africa, UCSD | Also tagged , , , | Leave a comment

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