This is David, a Sports Cyclist who wants to help other children in his town. He downloads the App Strava and registers to keep track of his cycled kilometers and routes.
David goes biking and collects data via his smartwatch. By collecting data he earns points and when he reaches a certain amount of points, a child in a township earns a bike.
David shares his cycling results with the rest of the world on Social Media. When he reaches the goal of collecting points, he makes a generous donation to help a child and shares this on Social Media too.
Because of the sports cyclists who are collecting data and all the generous donations, a bicycle can be transported to a quantified child out of the townships.
The children who will earn the bike are between the age of 12-14 years old and made an improvement at school, did volunteering or developed one of their talents/hobbies to keep them on a straight path.
It is a Win, (healthy lifestyle), Win (competitions), Win (greener environment), Win (improvement of bicycling routes), Win (contribution to a charity), Win (less fortunate children earn a bicycle), Win (children will have free transport and movement) situation.