I think we have something in common.
Am in Ghana and is interested any development that i can play a part in.
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"Hello Vincent! Welcome to BFP! This is an extraordinary community of some remarkable people doing amazing things. I know you will really enjoy the content, experiences and building valuable friendships here. :-) Maria"
It's great to see YOUR name associated with such a good looking site as Business Fights Poverty! (I truly wish I had known about it sooner!)
If I can ever be of help, please do let me know, ok?
Thanks, and Keep STRONG,…"
"Hello and i am just writing to have a great partnership with you.I have a non-governmental organization about fighting against poverty.I will be very happy with any contribution and support you can offer to me to raise it up.
I'm passionate about entrepreneurs in developing countries. My social vision is to connect the developing world to the developed world through online communities and groups.
Our company Linqia matches brands with influential community leaders who share authentic digital content and meaningful stories among targeted groups of people. We believe communities thrive around compelling storytelling. Communities, just like in the real world, share interests and value sets--and congregate around a given topic.
Community leaders remain at the heart of the community’s conversation. With our seamless matching platform we bring brands together with community leaders across many social networks to generate authentic, meaningful conversations. We add the human touch to the curation process.
Topics on my radar:
Education, Governance and Transparency, Technology, Women and Business
Apart from the work we do in partnership programmes we are also trying to develop opportunities for social networking and communication.
We are fully supporting a wonderful free online resource that combines music, images and story telling. It tells the story of Alice, growing up in different countries.
We hope to have an Africa episode that will centre on partnerships growing up between UK and African schools. Please take a look. It is free to anyone with access to the web. And let me know what you thinK? I also attach a file that explains our role. www.inanimatealice.com africa.pdf
Wow, what a really useful website! And I love that it is was not just meant to be a useful resource, but it has a higher purpose of connecting the developing world to the developed world- what a truly wonderful idea! I have bookmarked your website, and will be using it in the future.
Your initiative is very interesting..i am currently seeking alliances with NGO's ...
This so we can find students to mentor with a view to them being key wokers / teachers in the system we are formulating so anyone can enhance their profile and generate revenue..which is what the poor want...but until the current technological convergence...it has been a dream...
-the rich gift the poor the means to entr world markets -
Holla Maria, que tall, Im living in Melbourne and working on developing a small business that works with Small farmers in Ecuador to grow organic cocoa and sell it in the Australian Market. i would love to get your ideas and shear some of mine.