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Check this out: Creativity to the Rescue for Poor Hospitals

Lego pieces have been modified to create plug and play modules so that people can assemble their own diagnostic tests, in this case a pregnancy test.

This article is 100% spot on. I feel like we are finally turning the corner in aid for the developing world. The developed world needs to stop trying to be superman and simply give the local people the necessary resources to fix their problems themselves.

This article gives one example from the healthcare industry. For hospitals and clinics in remote areas without good equipment and many times without even electricity, Jose Gomez-Marquez’s organisation Little Devices (through M.I.T.) is giving local workers the tools that they need to make decisions and save lives.

Believe it or not, it can be as simple as reengineering toy parts. Click through the link to read more.

Playing With Toys and Saving Lives – NYTimes.com.

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This entry was posted on March 30, 2014 by in Minority Race/Poor/Indigenous Rights and tagged , .
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