Utilizing Non-Digital Tools
Digital tools have brought about some of the most radical and significant changes in the way we live our lives and help others. But sometimes implementing an expensive and technically savvy solutions is not appropriate for a given environment. In developing countries that lack exposure to tech in everyday life, asking the population to adopt a tool that is reliant upon using something like a smartphone can cause significant confusion. When possible, it is occasionally better to implement solutions that are intentionally devoid of technological tools. These solutions have the ability to tap into the graspable logic of everyday life--whether through the lens of social structures or physical systems. Because of this, adoption can be accelerated and ultimately more positive change can occur.