Nowadays, more than 840 million people are suffering from starvation and malnutrition in the world. Even though this number has decreased for some developed countries, it remains relatively high in much of the world. Some alternatives have been found, however droughts persist and have become the main cause of starvation as without water, food cannot... Continue Reading →
Participate in our next Mapting photo contest to celebrate International Youth Day on 12 August! The contest will run for a week from 12-19 August. This year’s theme is “Youth Peace Building”. Post a picture on Mapting of SDG 16, Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions with the hashtag #YouthDay or #Youth4Peace and the top 3... Continue Reading →
Amidst the drones, robots, self-driving cars, 3D printers and other connected objects, Mapting was one of the #PositiveImpact projects invited by Spark News at Viva Technology 2017 in Paris from June 15 - 17. Learn more about this global event on innovations and discover other initiatives that use technology to provide solutions to major global issues.
"Seeds of Hope", the exhibition which laid the foundations of Mapting is being held in Paris until June, 30th. On this occasion, Dino De Francesco was invited to present the App and had the opportunity to exchange with young people.
Growing up in India, Govinda Upadhyay was very troubled by the idea that many students are unable to study and receive proper education due to the lack of something very basic- light. His idea with LEDsafari was to develop an affordable DIY solar lamp as a reliable and sustainable light source for children and students in electricity-scarce areas around the world.
SNAP, SHARE & WIN! Discover the winners of our previous challenges and learn how you can take part in our latest photo contest to get a chance to win one of three Solar Lamp Kits from LEDsafari.