Need Guidance and Feedback on Next Big Project in Education

Screen Shot 2014-07-30 at 7.39.20 AMI have decided to post my idea to the masses in hopes of gathering a few final insights before launching. I am stuck on a few items and need some help. I have been working through a new project idea and I need some feedback……honest feedback. Feel free to hammer it, tear it up, and let me know what you think. Tell me what you like. Tell me what sucks. I want this to work and I know it still needs some work.

Below is a link to a project that has started last year with our school and village in Africa. I am ready to crank things up a notch and move to a more massive scale and challenge not only myself, but teachers and students.

https://www.evernote.com/shard/s31/sh/cc6e7ccf-cd37-4ee9-a507-d7cbd3c36883/3e3485b6a9aa0a448c8f786d2b285342

I realize I have to start small which is why we will focus on our friends in Africa(read our whole journey here , but I have a vision of more schools, more connections, and powerful projects.

If you have time please check it out and give me your honest feedback.

I am hoping to get the site launched next week and begin. I have started to post books on eBay to get the ball rolling, but it is time to go all in before school starts and this gets left behind.

 

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  1. I think it is important that you make the biggest impact possible. Don’t send things (pay postage) that can be found locally. I haven’t followed you closely but you really need someone on-the-ground in Africa that can be you eyes and ears. A quick search turned up this family that lives 10-15 miles away http://www.tellafrica.com/contactus.php Talking to them might provide some insight into the needs of the area.

    • Martin you have raised some great points. I have been in contact with some locals in Africa and it is not as easy as I thought. There is a lot of corruption as well and transportation is not reliable. I will check this link out and see where it takes me.