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  • DREAM SCORE: What holds you back of achieving?

    William Tarpai Posted 49 days ago

    I wanted to start and interactive discussion after attending the United Nations Civil Society conference in Salt Lake City, Utah last week.  We all know that after 4 years, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) challenge is working to achieving the goals of Ending Extreme Poverty and Hunger in our world.   But progress, as we all know, is NOT uniformly being achieved in countries around the world.  

    I came across a blog post by Darren Walker, My American Dream Score is 67. What’s yours? that I would like to urge readers of this post to take (even if you are not an American, I'm pretty sure you have heard of the "American Dream", and may have something similar in your country...   What is Your Amiercan Dream Score?

    I would like to ask readers who take the test to post your score, and provide us with a few sentences to tell us about your experiences and what your score is....     My Dream score was 49/100.   I feel I was able to use hard work, education and having a good family life as a child to 'dream big' and succeed at what I have tried to do.   I know I have been fortunate, and always try to 'give back'..

    (thank you in advance, William

     

     

     

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  • Banking Instrument BG/SBLC/Loan Issuance

    Harry Wilson Posted Oct 13 2018, 12:29 PM

    I am Harry, a financial consultant in UK and I can help secure loans as working capital for your company to nurture expansion, new-product development,or restructuring of your company’s operations, management, or ownership, Bank Guarantees & SBLC inclusive

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  • All Mexico - US Sister Cities Summit in Guadalajara

    William Tarpai Posted Jan 29 2018, 7:31 PM
    • CDD and Rural Livelihoods
    • CDD and Social Inclusion (Youth, Gender, Indigenous Peoples_Ethnic Minorities)
    • CDD and Local Government Links (Decentralization; Scaling up)
    • CDD and Public Works
    • CDD and Participation General Documents
    • CDD and Fragile and Conflict-Affected Situations (FCS)
    • Conferences and Workshops

    I am prepared for a 3 day summit between US and Mexican sister cities in Guadalajara (Feb 15-17), and looking for ways to bring new collaborations for development to the forefront.  I wonder whether there is any interest from members of this platform to have online video discussions during the summit?

     

    Contact me to schedule.  

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  • Humanitarian Futures: Capacities for 21st century Organizations

    William Tarpai Posted Jan 05 2018, 4:39 PM
    • CDD and Rural Livelihoods
    • CDD and Social Inclusion (Youth, Gender, Indigenous Peoples_Ethnic Minorities)
    • CDD and Fiduciary Issues (FM, Procurement, Risks)
    • CDD and Social Accountability
    • CDD and Fragile and Conflict-Affected Situations (FCS)
    • CDD and Safeguards

    Policy makers are certainly busy working on ways forward in the future.   How our organizations will be responding unfolding events which change the relevance of the programming already agreed upon, and indeed, being implemented, is important. 

     

    An online Professionals in Humanitarian Assistance and Protection (PHAP) webinar in December 2017, is a preface I would make to set the stage to guide any discussions that might follow https://phap.org/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=433#recording     I posed a question (24:30) about how to generate and use 'big data' for strategically approaching the plan changes.

     

    The unfolding humanitarian crisis in one of the most undeveloped regions left in this world - the area where Myanmar, Bangladesh and India come together - is certainly very complex, with both large scale refugee and stateless populations which have been driven from their homes,  Villages and towns in the greater region certainly must contain high percentages of the 'bottom billion'.  Infrastructure is poor, communications capabilities are worse, and conflict is ripe.  How do we move forward finding durable solutions?

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  • Ideas, Thoughts, and Suggestions for the CDD Community

    Galen Chern Ming Tan Posted Sep 26 2017, 4:57 PM

    Do you have any ideas or suggestions for how we can improve the CDD community of practice? Let us know!

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  • CDD Materials in French, Spanish, and Portuguese

    Galen Chern Ming Tan Posted Jun 28 2017, 1:22 PM

    There has been a growing demand from the CDD GSG members for gathering CDD operational resources in French, Spanish, and Portuguese.

     

    We welcome any useful documents, including:

    -           Project Implementation Manual examples

    -           ToR examples (for project staff, key studies, technical audit, etc.)

    -           Citizen engagement (e.g., GRM) related resources or documents

    -           Consultants – any recommendations, with their CV or contact info

     

    Please send any materials that you think might be helpful to cddgsg@worldbank.org, or post it in the discussion thread!  Thank you very much in advance for any inputs! 

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  • Eager to learn

    William Mukisa Posted May 05 2016, 11:17 AM

    Hi C4D Family

    I have just joined and still figuring out how things work here. Please bear with me.

    For all my eight years of practice in the citizen sector, I have engaged in leadership development, election observation, baseline research, and so on. Like you can tell with my experience: I have been in many places but not necessarily "having both my hands on deck"

    After doing some soul searching, I have chosen to dive into healthcare for some reasons I wont get into here. Currently, my interest is in health financing for developing economies which is generally wanting given the public investment done so far. (Note: This is a lay man's assessment but my desire is to make informed decisions based on credible data)

     

    I ask that you guide me on what next steps I need to take as far as utilizing this platform is concerned. Any other help offered will be highly appreciated. My desire is to start by thoroughly studying a typical health system, learning the gaps thereof and how to make it better.

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