The soil in Sri Lanka is so fertile you can cast a seed on the ground and it will grow. The same can be said of the young minds I found working with the Yarl IT Hub in the Northern Province. Yarl IT Hub has been going for 6 years, having grown organically from an online community to a proactive group expanding its operations and ambitions continuously.
After my second visit I planted an idea into their Facebook group, and 6 months later I was presented with 2 solutions to the problem I had outlined.
This is a space where new ideas can flourish, so I encourage you to contribute to this community remotely, and provide them with new opportunities to grow.
The idea in question was inspired from my visit to Dambhula and Anuradhapura.
The first I visited and had to carry my backpack and luggage up the mountain, the second I booked myself into a hotel and then realised there was no other reason to be there after visiting the temple. What I really needed was a space to store my bags while I visited the tourist site, and then to hop on to a city or another attraction.
I outlined the opportunity in the facebook group, and forgot about it.