Project H Design needs two clicks of your mouse! The humanitarian product design nonprofit founded by Emily Pilloton (who wrote A Call To Action For Humanitarian (Product) Design), is in the final showdown to win $10,000 from Ideablob for their Design For Education project and needs your votes this week. After making it into the Top 8, they're mustering up all the votes they can get from September 22 to September 30 in the hopes of winning the cash to better fund this humanitarian design initiative. The project team is designing educational math toys for a school for AIDS orphans in Uganda, and a sister product for the US market. The toy will combine elementary math concepts with play and craft, and will be implemented at the Kutamba School for AIDS orphans in 2009.
Ideablob hosts a monthly contest that awards $10,000 to one great idea, aka the one that receives the most votes.
Please help Project H fund their Design For Education project by voting for them on Ideablob!
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Project H Design is a global design nonprofit that believes design can change the world. The case study for their latest project is the Kutamba School for AIDS orphans in Uganda, which Project H worked with this year. The team will develop a locally-produced version of the math toy for Kutamba with broader distribution in the developing world, in addition to a sister US retail version based on the same system. View photos of the Kutamba school case study here.
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