In India, Poverty Inspires Social Networking... New York Times shared inspiration.. Where Technology brings Workers to Altruism http://tinyurl.com/yt2ctx. A painter, Manohar Lakshmipathi does not own a computer, and is forbidden to touch a client's computers., and yet opportunity is able to reach him through technology
The International Herald Tribune of Asia Pacific ran this photo, and an inspired article on how the Internet Revolution is reaching India's poor. Outsourcing brought hundreds of multinationals to making India a hub of computer innovation juxtaposed against a backdrop of 'grinding poverty', that force 7 year old children begging in the streets to survive.
“In India, you can’t escape the feeling that you’re really lucky. So you ask, What are you going to do about all the stuff around you? How are you going to use all these skills?”Sean Blagsvedt, Babajob’s founder is bringing the technology and the knowledge to transform grinding poverty to positive results and recognized opportunities!
"Know someone who needs a better job? Earn Rs 200 to help them! Welcome to Babajob.com where mentors become connectors of opportunity, that is bringing babalife balance! The aims of Babajob and babalifer a jobs network and social network method that is built on the logic that everyone deserves opportunity to get a better job, no matter their income, their skill level, or available resources.. and Technology 'with heart and strategy' can enhance and extend our ability to help others while creating opportunity!
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