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Behind the scenes: Sharing the methodology and key learnings of the BICU Innovation Camps in Nicaragua

Behind the scenes: Sharing the methodology and key learnings of the BICU Innovation Camps in Nicaragua

By Emmanuel Michaud, UNICEF Nicaragua During 2016 and the beginning of 2017, BICU Innovation Laboratory supported by UNICEF Nicaragua organized three innovation camps implemented in rural and marginalized communities of the Nicaraguan Caribbean Coast: Pearl Lagoon, Kukra Hill, and Kukra River. These 3-day camps were open to the entire community but […]

UNICEF Innovation Team Spotlight: Emmanuel Michaud

UNICEF Innovation Team Spotlight: Emmanuel Michaud

Emmanuel Michaud, United Nations Volunteer – Innovation and Social Policy, Nicaragua CO, UNICEF Tell us a bit about your background I come from Strasbourg, the capital city of Alsace, France which is located close to the border of Germany. At 18, I went to Lyon to study Political Science. I […]

Working within the community

Social Innovation Camp: Creating Solutions that Stimulate Community Commitment

The Bluefields Indian and Caribbean University (BICU) Innovation Laboratory, with the support of UNICEF, held its second Social Innovation Camp on June 3rd and 4th, 2016 in Pearl Lagoon, a small municipality within Nicaragua’s Southern Atlantic Autonomous Region. Facilitated by an Innovation Laboratory team comprised of students from BICU and […]

Cover of Wired Magazine from June 2014

The Next Steve Jobs

That was the title of the cover of WIRED magazine last October. It featured a picture of a 12-year-old Mexican girl, Paloma Noyola Bueno, who lives near a dump site in Matamoros, a small town bordering Texas, USA. And what makes Paloma a likely candidate to become the next Steve […]