Our Stories of Change aim to give readers and practitioners a glimpse into the experiences of those who have used Practical Action’s information and services to help them in their projects.
The stories provide an ideal opportunity for other practitioners working in the area to see first-hand the lessons learned, and to pass on and use this knowledge appropriately.
You can Share your Experience here, and tell others about how your project went, what were the successes and failures, the rewards and challenges, and the lessons you would pass on to others.
Stewart is a Scottish agricultural engineer living in Tasmania who undertook an ABV (Australian Business Volunteers) assignment in Jakarta and Tanzania to introduce and organise the manufacture
Stewart Brown, Published by United Kingdom on 2014/10/28
It describes the experiences from Ghandruk that how micro-hydro can help rural communities to use the power for electric cooking to save
Janet Bell, Published by Nepal on 2014/10/28
Producing vegetables & fruit in rows of vertically hung bags provides food & income for individuals and small cooperatives. In arid climates it uses very much less water than land based crops
Mike Tomkinson, Published by Practical Action on 2014/11/19
Using Practical Action's technical information, Andrew from Nairobi is developing many new enterprises using locally available resources. His most recent is the development of
Margaret Rukwaro, Published by United Kingdom on 2014/09/23
Mirla Felices and Rosa García are teachers in different classrooms, but they both have the same determination and objective to ensure that their pupils replicate their lessons. They both
Published by Soluciones Prácticas, Peru. on 2014/10/28
This is the story of work by Practical Action on imporoving the housing of Maasai after permanent
Lucky Lowe, Published by United Kingdom on 2014/09/23
Podcasting has been implemented with participation from a multitude of local stakeholders in the Gwanda district of
Thembinkosi Nyathi, Published by Practical Action Southern Africa on 2014/11/18
The basic goal of the DRIP Project is to promote a cheap and effective way of harvesting rainwater as a means of relieving food
Andrew Herod, Published by DRIP Uganda on 2014/09/23