Solutions for Dog Problem The solutions for last week question – Dog ProblemGroup 11. Support Private Organizations and NGOs that help stray dogs –i.e. Odel etc2. Sterilization campaignsGroup 21. Themost effective way of controlling stray dogs is the periodic successivecatching of them using the traditional "Balu Van". But as a society, suchhard action should not be encouraged. And also we should keep in mind ...

Dog Problem A few weeks back, there was some news that the government was going to start culling stray dogs.Some statistics mentioned here, suggests an apparent problem.*Sri Lanka has 3 million street dogs (for 20 million people)*About 2,000 people are hospitalized for dog bites each dayAlso we heard a few accidents due to dogs in the newly opened Southern Expressway.But is 'killing' ...

Solutions for Traffic Problem These are the solutions received for last week Traffic Problem.Group 1What : Establish a new Radio Channel (with few added features)Why : All most all the vehicles have a Radio built in the vehicle & 99% percent of the passengers listen to either music (cd/dvd) or radioHow : Establish a Radio channel which is dedicated for traffic information around Colombo ...

Traffic Problem Traffic is growing in Colomboand suburbs. Most of the days it is a nuisance. It is difficult to identifya specific pattern of traffic congestion due to number of unpredictable eventsfrom protests to VIP movements. The biggest headache is that there is no methodto identify traffic congestion beforehand.Suggest a method to alert traffic congestion at a particularplace to people on the road.

Solutions for Poster Problem These are the solutions received for last week Poster Problem.Group - DAWN FRIENDSSolution - Attitude and behavior changing of peopleHow to do that· Introducing Environment lessons from Montessori(Primary level) - include benefits of clean environment.· Establish permanent places for Noticed board.That permanent notice board will be owned and maintained by Local government. · Then establish special unit in every policestation ...

Poster Problem It is a common sight in Sri Lanka to see posters and banners on walls, bus halts, and even on post-boxes. Although it may be necessary to have a few designated points for billboards, it is ugly to see people use every free space by the road for posters. How can we mitigate this issue? Need ideas that can be implemented by the general public as a community or as an individual.

Solutions for Pedestrian Problem These are the solutions received for last week Pedestrian Problem.1. Establishing zebra crossing in a proper place. For that a preliminary study should be done. Volunteers, school and uni students can get involved. Depending on institutions, housing schemes, railway stations, bus stops the proper place for the crossing can be proposed. Improper positioning of the zebra crossing may be a ...

More IDEAs for Land Problem These are more ideas came for SL Railway Land Problem. In fact they came from not so usual train commuters. Convert some railway yards / carriages into theme parks or theme hotels Convert some carriages into mini motels or "love stations" .The government is proposing turning some parks into "love parks" for couples... So this is up the same route ...

Solutions to Land Problem These are the solutions received for this week's Land Problem. Clique 1 1. Reusable train engines, compartments should be repaired with in a short period of time with the maximum effort and add them to the pool of trains. Unusable train engines and compartments can be color washed and send them as exhibits of a SLR Museum.Unusable train engines, compartments ...

Land Problem Sri Lanka Railway (SLR) supposed to have one of the biggest potions of state owned lands. Most of the property in Colombo area is neglected and has become the junk yard of old rusting carriages and engines.How can we use these land and other resources of SLR better?

Solutions to A/L Problem These are the solutions received for this week's A/L Problem.Clique 1 We will have to do some changes in the core areas ofeducation system.Our school education system has to be profession oriented, and from the earlystages, (ie: may be from grade 8 onwards) students should be allowed to choosea field which they like and on ...

A/L Problem Every year around 200,000 young Sri Lankans sit for Advance Level exam. Only 17% will be eligible to admit to government universities.What are the meaningful ways of training/educating the rest before they join the work force, and become citizens tomorrow?

This week question is different.Select ONE of the following solutions given by all cliques during last week, Train Problem and prepare an IMPLEMENTATION PLAN.a - Provide adequate number of small dust bins closer to the doors; so that when one’s throwing out something, the dustbin would come to their mind.b - Display notices / stickers (better with images) regarding relevant ...

The winner of Train Problem is Clique 3Congratulations!Based on the feasible set of ideas that all Cliques brought in last week, we are planning to do next week question bit differently. IDEA Train will take a step forward to be an ACTION Train!Await next question on Monday.. ...

These are the solutions received for this week's Train Problem. You can vote for the clique with the best answer using the widget on the side bar. Final decision will be with the judges.Clique 11. Provide adequate number of small dust bins (with easy open lids) in every compartment.2. Display notices(better with images) regarding relevant matters (ie This is public ...

Train Problem How do you ensure usability of public property like railway compartments? This includes protection of physical components as well as cleanliness.This week we do a change in the competition so you can send answers till Thursday midnight. The winner will be notified on Sunday and the gift will be delivered next week (either Monday or ...

These are the solutions received for this week's Farmer's Problem. Clique 11. Sri Lankan farmers faced main problem is low extension service. Many researched were done by Agriculturist, but no link between those scientist and farmers. First of all establish Agriculture policy committee.2. Then they decide what type of crop will cultivate, where to grow, how many acres to cultivate..(Accordingly ...

Why farmers get low price for their crops? The answer can be found in simple economics. When you get a good price (due to high demand) for certain commodity, all farmers try that variety next season. That ends up with bumper crops for that particular season. This high supply pushes down the prices to an unusually low level. This has ...

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