Reply to: What are we talking about when we talk about “subnational” governments?
If local governments cover proximity, and are a subset of subnational governments, is there a need for the term "decentralized government"? Shouldn't it instead be limited to "decentralized services/actions/governance" (services/etc. provided by subnational governments that used to be provided by national governments)? Or is "government" in "decentralized government" a kind of action term, encompassing the various acts of governing, rather than the structures or institutions (which I presume would be covered by "subnational government")?
Reply to: El reflejo en el espejo
Cadaa ɑlimentгo tiene una cantidad de puntos de la misma manera que cada persona
conforme su talla y peso.
Reply to: Fancy a nice cup of Haitian coffee? It may be closer than you think
I think your heart is in the right place.
But these programs keep duplicating themselves, but they're not making a dent in Haitian misery. Why is that?
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Reply to: “What Haiti taught us all”
What is predictable is that calamities, both natural and human made, will come....and in the usual places; where the poor are. We know what the consequences of past practices are, but look at alternatives as "too pricy". If we can forcast the weather we can surely forcast the outcomes like in Nepal. I will let you forcast the next likely one. I know you can. Will you/