05 Dec '12, 5pm

@onemancipher recaps #RHoK @rhokDC, #ror & @twilio to help Tro-Tro drivers in Ghana. via @intridea

@onemancipher recaps #RHoK @rhokDC, #ror & @twilio to help Tro-Tro drivers in Ghana. via @intridea

This past weekend I participated in Random Hacks of Kindness (RHoK) hosted by the OpenGov Hub in DC. I attended my first RHoK event in June of 2010 after reading about it on slashdot, and I ended up working on a winning project. I've been a regular at the event ever since. I was extra excited this time around because RHoK was being held alongside the first ever Sanitation Hackathon, an event that tries to find technological solutions to some of the very serious sanitation problems around the world. The event kicked off with presentations from subject matter experts on situations that called out for aid. Problems ranged from the illegal dumping of septic waste, to finding a way to better connect domestic violence victims who are working to re-build their lives with socially conscious employers, in order to ease their re-entry into the work force. More people have access to ...

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Yes Cultivates Random-Act-of-Kindness Acts with “Small and Powerful Movement”

Yes Cultivates Random-Act-of-Kindness Acts with...

vernonchan.com 04 Dec '12, 11am

Yes Announces the Winners of the Yes Huddle XS – Small & Powerful Movement Cultivating a random-act-of-kindness idea into ...