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How I turned a deadly plant into a thriving business


Fadhilahumar91 61 / 73 6  
Aug 30, 2016   #1
This is summary a video by Achenyo Idachaba which has published in TEDtalk.com. The original title is "how I turned a deadly plant into a thriving business". Idhachaba was to expound on riverine communities in rivers across Nigeria which water ways have been infested by aquatic weeds. Others living problems have been dealt such as economic has blocked, marine transportation has hampered, fishing yields has declined, children have broken out from the school and water hyacinths have dared in this society.

In 2009, she found out to create an alternative solution for it which can turn economic growth by using application for handicrafts. The benefit that is easily to employ for community without technical skills. There are three stage to work out this solution. Firstly, get out into the water lines which can open new access marine transportation. Secondly, dry the water hyacinth stems and the third, wave these in the new product to be long ropes. These way can change financial trouble to the prosperity which teach riverine society to alter their mind in different light.

eddies [Contributor] 25 / 1,195 459  
Aug 30, 2016   #2
This is summary a video by Achenyo Idachaba which has ...

This summary is extracted from the video of Achenyo Idachaba published in TEDtalk.com with how I turned a deadly plant into a thriving business in the tittle.

Idhachaba was to expound

It was Idhachaba who expounded

Others living problems have been dealt such as economic ...

This sentence is too bulky with the ideas coming nowhere. I suggest breaking it into two-three sentences. Bear in mind that clarity is the king.

she found out to

she examined... One word is always better than two-three words.

alternative solution for it which can turn economic growth

I omit the preposition FOR and conjunction WHICH as to solve the grammatical problem


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