Humanitarian Aid and Global Missions
In Silicon Valley, we rock at developing bleeding edge technology so big business can connect, communicate, and sell products globally. But what about messages for the poorest of the poor in areas without Internet access, electricity, or navigable roads? I'm privileged to partner with select organizations that share a commitment to peace, literacy, and practical solutions to fight poverty, both financial and spiritual. My 2013 slate includes projects in Haiti, India, China, Nepal, Indonesia, Tanzania, and Chile.
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Portable Media Distribution System
The solar-powered Portable Media Distribution System was designed to facilitate education in lesser developed countries. It requires no electricity, weighs only 2 lbs., and fits in a backpack. Humanitarian aid workers, educators, and missionaries can easily and inexpensively carry film and visual presentations to remote areas around the globe.