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  • Reply to: Bridging Gaps in Funding and Capacity to End Poverty   1 week 6 days ago

    Can you provide specific examples of entities that have benefited from the bundle of services provided by the development marketplace and the extent to which such support has enabled significant economic impact? Is the support one time or is the support provided over a number of years? What is the menu of expertise and technical support that is available? How can social enterprises apply for technical advise and what are the eligibility guidelines. Are they accessible on the World Bank website?

  • Reply to: Bridging Gaps in Funding and Capacity to End Poverty   2 weeks 6 days ago

    We need to encourage social entrepreneurship to fill financial educational gap in undeveloped community.

  • Reply to: Azolla: A New Paradigm of the Future of Rice   1 month 2 weeks ago

    Luego de leer el blog, me da mucho gusto que halla un profesional que piense sustentablemente y sobre todo que comparta el beneficio que esta investigacion trae al Ecuador, espero que el proyecto supere los estandares que hasta ahora ya posee y se convierta en una forma de vida para los ecuatorianos, que la Azolla sea utilizada en los cultivos del Ecuador seria un gran beneficio para todos, sobre todo para el planeta. Felicitaciones.

  • Reply to: From Operating Rooms to Dust Tracks   1 month 2 weeks ago

    Thank you so much Dr Shelly. You have truly made the world a better place.
    It is extremely unfortunate that India's slums and shanties are examples of the most unfit places for inhabitation. It's extremely depressing to see young children defecate in the open, in front of their PVC homes and their mothers cook food in their homes, infested with countless rodents and insects.
    Thank you so much once again Doctor, you really are doing your justice to your noble profession.

  • Reply to: Azolla: A New Paradigm of the Future of Rice   1 month 3 weeks ago

    Using azolia as an alternative for pesticides is an innovative idea for farmers who want to care for their food production in a less costly manner. Thanks to Dr. Mariano Montano's project, not only can this be used for rice crops, which is widely consumed in Ecuador, but also for livestock. it is also a more natural and safer way to care for food production, and its labor workers.it can also be used for water treatment