Mario Rocha, Carlos Sandoval
We like to think about technology as a magic bullet that can solve every little problem around us efficiently and with ease. As we all know, unfortunately this is not the case, though technology might get us closer to a solution or at least help us to better understand the problem. This is particularly true when working with indigenous communities and their most important challenges. A number of complex issues have to be considered to understand their situation and try to develop a useful solution. When this effort is made, technology can become an instant equalizer, allowing people to…
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