You will get my vote later today. Also since this a noble cause would it be injustice to use "not so moral" tactics?
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Aah unfortunately I am not on Facebook but looks like a worthy cause. Hope you get funded! I checked out Malawi on Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malawi) and it looks like it is politically progressive, with a democratic government. Anyway, I guess better not to drag this into R&P, so good luck once again.
Arclight wrote:You will get my vote later today. Also since this a noble cause would it be injustice to use "not so moral" tactics?
what do you mean? do whatever you can! second and first seem to have a large number of people voting, because i have quite a few, but we're still not winning! don't break the law, but help however you can!
Well i voted on the ipad and i had ti install the app and it did nothing so i hit the back button twice the i was able to vote, BTW this was on the chrome app for ipad..perhaps the same actions are necessary for windows chrome. I will try morrow:) , I also have my wife voting and sending it to all her abundant friends on FB so you should get a good amount of votes. I hope you win!
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Great project idea, so it was easy to support by voting for your proposal. I'm no fan of FB either, but following your link it was easy to click to read your story then vote for your proposal. I'll keep voting and hope that you win!
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I really dig your cause, SSK. I go to a christian university that has a very good relationship with the Rwandan government, and there's a group on campus made up of mostly Rwandan foreign exchange students specifically geared towards providing fresh drinking water for small villages. It's a serious problem that plagues that part of the world, and it's fantastic to hear that there are people in the tech community that advocate and fight for these kinds of things. I wish you the best of luck, and will be sharing this with my classmates to help you out.