In this edition, Water security is about a lot more than just water–it’s about education, politics, poverty and history. Follow this group of young producers as they hear from a headmistress who found that her school’s water infrastructure had collapsed completely. In her story they find also the story of the Missionvale Township, the struggle against Apartheid and the warm, enveloping culture of South Africa.

After, hear from Obasi Onuoha, an MIT student that has a deep connection with his computer.

Producer(s): Anthony Occidentale, Emma Chant, Shinjini Saha, Hayley Sypniewski

Music: Hobe, by Africa Umoja
Shosholoza, by Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University Choir
Peponi (Paradise), by The Piano Guys
Solomon Vandy, by James Newton Howard
Township Jive, by Ladysmith Black Mambazo

ON Sprouts | July 10, 2014 | 12:00 pm

School Without Water

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In this edition, Water security is about a lot more than just water–it’s about education, politics, poverty and history. Follow this group of young producers as they hear from a headmistress who found that her school’s water infrastructure had collapsed completely. In her story they find also the story of the Missionvale Township, the struggle against Apartheid and the warm, enveloping culture of South Africa.

After, hear from Obasi Onuoha, an MIT student that has a deep connection with his computer.

Producer(s): Anthony Occidentale, Emma Chant, Shinjini Saha, Hayley Sypniewski

Music: Hobe, by Africa Umoja
Shosholoza, by Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University Choir
Peponi (Paradise), by The Piano Guys
Solomon Vandy, by James Newton Howard
Township Jive, by Ladysmith Black Mambazo

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