Renewable Energy Getting Cheaper Every Day – What is The Potential Impact For Consumers and Investors?
A Beginner's Guide to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Empathy Drives Alumna in Global Health Adventures
The Future is Bright
Student Life honors 2021 Impact Award winners
Rachel Svetanoff Appointed as LEAP Fellow
PowerShift Case Competition tackles gender pay equity in successful second year
Purdue Pugwash conference to focus on climate and society
Purdue Pugwash conference brings in former astronaut David Wolf
Purdue's top students to be honored at spring commencement
Jandos Scholarship helps outstanding female College of Science students
This chapter highlights the need for a new way to make law to govern internet interactions by incentivizing the world's peripheralized youth in becoming global citizens and forming online communities that can be trusted. The chapter also describes the emerging digital infrastructure of digital identity that can be used by youth in the new data economy to create access to opportunities unavailable to them in the physical world. With a new framework for developing appropriate policies for internet governance, including an acknowledgment that all citizens have a duty to participate in developing the norms of cyberspace, the authors present several opportunities for youth to participate in the global economy.
This article highlights the disproportionate impact of water scarcity on women and girls in Matabeleland, Zimbabwe. We emphasize one Zimbabwean woman's efforts to implement a sustainable water solution for a community of 20,000 citizens.
This article congratulates the winners of the J.B. Dondolo Music for Water International Song Competition! Our top 3 winners hail from around the world with different styles and backgrounds, yet their love for music and a noteworthy cause unites them, and us, all.
This article highlights how the Music for Water competition judging takes place as well as profiles the 2020 winners.
This article highlights updates on the Music for Water competition. JB Dondolo, Inc.’s founder Lumbie Mlambo was featured in The Hollywood Times. Highlighting the need to raise awareness for water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH), Lumbie explains the origins of the competition, its goal, and hopes for the future of the campaign and its impact.
This article highlights the research the JB Dondolo team conducted for its work in Igusi, Zimbabwe, in providing access to clean water. Also featuring are the authors of the study, Rachel Svetanoff and Ifeoma Ilobodo.
This article announces the Music for Water competition hosted by JB Dondolo. Music for Water represents a campaign that streams water and music together with the intent to align the mission of JB Dondolo & Viva con Agua to remove barriers of access to clean water, sanitation, and hygiene for underserved communities.
This article highlights its Music for Water 2020 first place winner Shawna Linzy for her winning song, "Live by Live" to raise awareness about the importance of clean water and sanitation.
This article highlights how on March 8th for International Women's Day, JB Dondolo donated face masks (in partnership with Vi Bella and Fashion Community Foundation) and hand sanitizers (in partnership with Disinfect & Shield) to I Support the Girls - Houston who is working with underserved women and girls affected by the Texas winter storm that left the state grappling with broken water pipes, food insecurity and an electrical outage causing 3.3 million people to lose power.
This article highlights the work JB Dondolo is doing for helping a rural community in Matobo Hills, Zimbabwe, without access to clean water. This project aims to drill 6 bore holes in the community so that the beneficiaries will not need to walk nearly 18 miles a day for water collection.
Copyright © 2022 Rachel Svetanoff - All Rights Reserved.