Reply to: One Year After the Storms: Five Ideas for Building Back Stronger in the Caribbean
Hello. Excellent article and ideas for re-build the islands. I work for the company m2 Baltra Dominicana and we build house and building wich are earthquakeresistant, wind resistant and insulating. We have send our material ti st marteen and this kinds of house survives the hurricane. If you want to know about it and we can help write us. Best regards. Ing. Ivan Reyes
Reply to: For the recognition of equality in the exercise of the rights of all
Great and very informative article, Sofia, Ignacio and Guillermo! And a timely one for Peru and Latin America, coming in the lead up to today's momentous decision in another part of the world - the Indian Supreme Court's decision to get rid of that country's colonial-era sodomy law. The World Bank has taken the firm position that LGBTI inclusion is both the right thing to do AND the smart thing to do for economies. Good luck with your important work in Peru!
Reply to: Como garantir estradas rurais de qualidade o ano inteiro? A população de Tocantins responde
Muito obrigado, Sr Satoshi San pelas boas notícias e descrições do projeto de Tocantins oeste. Os facilitadores do planejamento foram ótimos. Caso definitivo para avaliar impactos socioeconômicos regionais, até na Ilha do Bananal! Volta sempre, Jason
Reply to: “La buseta”, “el pesero” and other things we miss in public transportation from Bogota and Mexico City
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Reply to: Changes must come to the way agriculture is funded in Brazil
Thanks for Thanks for the good work you are rendering. We have a community based
organization called, Mityana Open Troop Foundation, in Uganda-Africa.
Over 11years, we have been equipping sustainable vocational skills plus providing start up tools to disadvantaged girl youths, unemployed youth due to lack of job skills, single mothers and girls expelled from schools due to teenage pregnancies, and former prostitutes. We have been conducting vocational training among disadvantaged girl
youths since 2007, where by a total number of over 750 have graduated
and started up own workshops while others got employed.
Humbly, we are looking for support of funding indigenous agriculture promotion in our vocational trainees and rural communities. Our communities have scarcity of food, due to poor methods of farming practiced, thus continuous famines. We want to ensure food security among communities.
Please how can we be supported by your good organization?
Waiting for your response. Thanks.
Executive Director Mityana Open Troop Foundation.