The Foundation aims to provide communities and individuals with the practical tools they need to develop innovative solutions. It uses knowledge from the humanities and social sciences to understand human motivation, and draws on academic disciplines, from philosophy to anthropology, to address social challenges.
For the next instalment of this blog series, Product Consultant, Ursule Kajokaite, gives us her view on the text message data collected from Project Khuluma.
We're proud to release a report of our findings from the 160 Characters Project. The 160 Characters Project is the first of its kind in its use of an interdisciplinary and participatory framework to understand the text message data generated by The SHM Foundation's Project Khuluma.
For the third instalment of the 160 Characters blog series, Research Associate and Architectural Designer, Mikaela Patrick, provides us with her insights into the Khuluma text message data.