Topics » Social Issues   Sept. 22, 2010

'Art of Dirt' and Rural Life

The Customers

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Water and ProsperityMore Crop Per DropFrom Asia to EthiopiaCreating an Income StreamPressure Pump'The Art of Dirt'Admiring the ArtTechnology and ArtDrawing WaterSimple TechnologyDrip IrrigationAl Doerksen, CEOWorldwide WorkRural ArtHopes for the FutureEducating the PublicOut of PovertyWater Access and InformationFreedom From WeatherOld and NewMarketing to the PublicCustomers and ArtistsClean Water, Healthier LivesTraditional ArtThe CustomersTreadle PumpsWork and PlayWater at WorkCelebrating the MarketplaceIrrigation SystemEasy Use910 Arts

The Customers

Photos of International Development Enterprises customers are on display. Doerksen said he believes it is crucial to view rural farmers as customers, not as problem cases. Their customers are making an investment, and as a result IDE must listen to their needs and their goals to better design their products.
Listen to Al Doerksen of International Development Enterprise

Photo Essay

Photo Essay