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|Living, Dreaming, And Engineering For The Future by iwe oru: 8:40pm On Dec 27, 2012|
I would like to redirect the attention of all people on NL who are practicing engineers, aspiring engineers, creative individuals, progressive thinkers, activists, and dreamers who are interested in redefining and reshaping Africa. Borders may divide us but our challenges are the same. To improve our lives and of those around us we must look at the primary issues affecting our communities.
Have you noticed something in your community (or in general) which you think could be improved? Share it then suggest a way or ways that the issue could be improved. Your suggestions can be related to any industry: agriculture, building, electricity, water, manufacturing, trade, communications, healthcare, education, etc.
Please provide clear, honest dialogue. Posters can suggest their own solutions or ask a question towards another poster.
Here is one to get the ball rolling: Land locked countries do not possess the same ease of access to trade or transport routes compared to coastal cities. This means that trade and thus profit is stunted between regions/states. One solution is to develop more access routes to poorly serviced areas by building roads and walking routes to handle vehicular and pedestrian traffic. Depending on environmental impact, relatively smaller airports could be built in-land to handle air traffic. New construction would provide jobs and strengthen trading among existing partners as well as create new partners.
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