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9 months ago
How can we enable the creation of micro-lending and Defi dApp solutions that fit the African setting?
Solution: Educating developers on Cardano by developing Haskell & Plutus educational material and high-impact virtual workshops, events and hackathons
Solution: A 2-Day Virtual Event with guest speakers, project proposals, interviews, live Q&A and 2x1-hour webinar workshops (French & English)
Solution: Implement a diversified membership scheme to attract and engage W/Africans to contribute to Project Catalyst goals
Solution: Obtain Cardano Foundation funding to register Hubs, and to enable access to the Foundation's oversight and resources.
Solution: Use the Friends of WADA First 50 Donor Reward Program for metadata curriculum dev't & to design a fund-tracing and accountability framework
Solution: Make the African Continent the go-to place for No-Code development then upmarket
Solution: Funding basic infrastructure in African hubs will allow us to collaborate, coordinate, educate and initiate building out local use cases.
Solution: Bring in local developers on a journey to solve the IP problem among indigenous communities for them to earn more from their craft.
Solution: Build WADA a solid, scalable, distributed, proof of concept system/ Dapp from the ground up using Servant Server, Haskell, and Elm.
Solution: Create engaging visual content to document proposal journey from the bottom up, and to motivate new users to come to into Project Catalyst.
Solution: Diversify project catalyst inclusion through onboarding, navigation events, and resource provision for university students in West Africa