Tag Archives: Open Mind

Remote communities… and how to reach them

You live in a remote village that is three hours’ drive from the nearest health centre. Your family can’t afford a mobile phone and the only person with a phone in the village is away visiting relatives. You notice that … Continue reading

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Update from Question Box

We love to hear from our grantees, so we’re delighted when Question Box got in touch. We supported them a few years ago and you can read more about that grant here. Since that time, they’ve been pretty busy and … Continue reading

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Question Box: Catching Up with an Old Grantee

Back in 2011 we awarded Open Mind a grant to develop new software, which will provide open-source tools combining custom software and printable how-to guidebooks that allow almost any community organisation to start their own local hotline. Two years on … Continue reading

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Open Question – Persevering Through Technical White Water Rapids

By Scott Fairbanks and Rose Shuman – Question Box  Our organization, Question Box, spent years creating and running local hotlines in rural, developing world communities. In 2010, the Question Box team agreed upon a major shift in direction. To achieve … Continue reading

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New Grant for Open Mind

The Indigo team are delighted to announce a grant of £10,000 to Open Mind’s Open Question project. The grant will be used to cover the salary costs of two developers who will oversee the development of the new software, which … Continue reading

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