Amref simply do things. They both help and train professionals on site.
The name of the father is Luigi Marcello Monsellato, sorry.
The father, Luca Monsellato, a well-known homeopathic and alternative medicine practicioner, cured the boy, that had gastroenteritis and a suspect of a flu, only with homeopathic medicines.
The parents are now accused of manslaughter."
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In all my jobs (I started in 2004, notice that I work in Italy) at least we had a VCS (CVS, Subversion or some horrible things like StartTeam or PVCS) and an IDE (mostly Eclipse).
In one place we even had functional testing and CI with Hudson. But the two pieces above are the minimum requirements for a decent job, IMHO.
If you're an engineer you might be interested in this:
Some people that I know (Italy) helped providing a network infrastructure for a hospital in Angola.
... TED conference suggests burning the 99% U235 that is currently considered waste (currently only U238 is burned)...
In fact it is exactly the opposite.
Why not covering Maven? It's got a totally different way of building applications, together with some concepts like artifacts, dependency, artifact repository, that are not present in other build systems.
I think that it is worth at least a mention.