Reply to: Can the World Bank make a difference in a large middle-income country like Brazil?
Jiro, congratulations on a great evaluation and blog. We look forward to the launch!
Reply to: The girl that built her own house: “I don’t have to ask someone else to do it for me”
This is so cool. I am really happy for this girl that took matters into her own hands and helped herself. I love inspirational stories like this one because they make me feel like we still live in a good world.
Jackson Leavitt | http://www.pebbleworkspoolsurfacing.com
Reply to: “La buseta”, “el pesero” and other things we miss in public transportation from Bogota and Mexico City
maybe you should check this http://www.autobusesdecolombia.com/
quite interesting about your blog.
Build a comprehensive social memory should be a guide line into the implementation of modern transport projects, for example colors, routes tables could be a good start point, or a friendly driver who always drives the same route, in order to create a personal link between users and the system operated by buses.
Reply to: Latin America to the world: lessons learned on austerity, growth, reforms
Way cool! Some very valid points! I appreciate you writing this write-up plus the rest of the site is also really good.
Reply to: Lessons I learned while building shared homes in Port-au-Prince
Hi I have had the privilege of producing a documentary on the work being done in Haiti, in particular by JP/HRO in the area of Port-au-Prince. It is wonderful to see the progress, albeit, clearly alot of work is required. Nonetheless, I applaud the new initiatives that are founded on true long-term benefits of Haitians.
Cheers on the great work so far.
Film Director, HaitiUntold.com