A few days from the conclusion of the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, we report the special contribution we received from two EoF young people, Jean Claude Rugigana and Gabriela Matus, who are Community Leaders of Yunus Sports Hub.
Electric energy has enabled since the invention of the electric light bulb a remarkable human development and many people across the world take access to it as granted. However, not everyone has access to electricity in our common home, where approximately one billion people, mostly in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia, lack access to electricity.
Guided by the call of Pope Francis and Laudato Si, the team Technologies for the Common Good - Business in Transition identified that technology needs to be a force for fraternity, not for the widening of inequalities. They say that ‘ Pacar School seeks to "give soul to the economy", as Pope Francis says.’
The young participants from Cameroon organized on July 4 an online meeting Towards EoF, with Mbangowah Elvis Ngwa and Maxim Lontio kahabi, moderated by Anold Tatah Kong Mbiydzenyuy and concerning “Vocation and Profit in the perspective of African Culture”.