Reply to: How South Asia can become a free trade area
Thanks. Good conclusion.
Reply to: “Grow Now Clean Up Later” No Longer an Option for India
India is likely to eliminate extreme poverty by 2030, and less than 3 percent Indians will be poor by 2020, according to a recent study published in a Brookings blog. ... "At the end of May 2018, our trajectories suggest that Nigeria had about 87 million people in extreme poverty, compared with India's 73 million.
Reply to: The journey to a peaceful Afghanistan starts in the classroom
It is great initiative for afgan society. Connecting next 3.4 billion based on 7main sdg is imp . The best way is create model parents as teachers also best students as part of eco system. Make local skills with smart villages based on main 7 sdgs not 17 .
Using LMS system also link so many afgans all over the world most of them in India also to make some funds donation to their mother land .
Main 7 sdg my foundation is grow your own food energy knowledge skills security happiness. . sustianable innovators.
Peace prosperity comes with meditation etc
Make local artisans to make their ancient skills grow.
Education of non voilance Gandhi Nelson Mandela so many Muslim scholars afgan scholars etc
Nation sovergnty imp . Peace talks from village level to city levels.
Good free education is key with nutrition to children. Let parents produce give to school as free afternoon food. Co opertive society model croud knowledge.
Few ideas thoughts .
Wish you all the best .
Evey human being is God's gifted . Save eco system.
Reply to: Five reasons why Sri Lanka needs to attract foreign direct investments
Good idea we have the best quality resources in the world. This is my plan to bring FDI and develop the country. I can bring investors for all trade if I get my basics. Talk to me....
Reply to: It’s time to end malnutrition in South Asia
So much has been written about this topic and yet it continues to be a problem. Sadly, those affected communities already consider their present state as the "normal" and unless their own governments do not have the political will to help alleviate these conditions, then we will continue to witness the cycle go on forever. There are countless young boys and girls in Asia who suffer under the crushing burden of generational abject poverty. Please pray for GFA-supported Bridge of Hope centers, which are helping to demonstrate the love of Christ and to point the children to a new life.