Social innovation does not necessarily need to be paradigm-shifting; they can come from everyday life objects, such as spare machine parts. In Tanzania’s Innovator School Twende, students create affordable and practical technology. For instance, Bernard Kiwia, the founder of Twende, invented a mobile phone charger operated by a bicycle. Kiwia also created a washing machine operated by a windmill. Another innovator, Frank Mollel, invented that “Fert-Cart”, a wheelbarrow adapted to cut down the time it takes to spread manure and fertilizer on fields by hand. Although such innovations may seem like trivial steps, such items are what genuinely spur growth of the future generation of Tanzania.