The World Economic Forum has created a new index to measure social mobility, providing a much-needed assessment of the current state of social mobility worldwide.
— Read on http://www.weforum.org/reports/global-social-mobility-index-2020-why-economies-benefit-from-fixing-inequality/
Thanks for all the personal wishes. Will try to reach out personally.
Here’s a call to action. Like to share my availability for projects involving business solutions to poverty globally.
Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab (J-PAL) Paul Polak World Economic Forum Gene Sperling Ten Thousand Villages Canada Ten Thousand Villages US Spark – a service of the Canadian CED Network CESO|SACO International Justice Mission Quality Circle Forum of India HQ Association of Healthcare Providers – AHPI (India)
“Globalization and technology are frequently blamed for this (poverty), but as the report highlights, there are a plethora of reasons – not least of which is poor policy-making – and it is the responsibility of a range of stakeholders to redress these.”
Yes, we can accomplish more impact for less, without the usual supply side economics.
Ten Thousand Villages Canada announced closing of their brick and mortar stores, but I believe there is a modern way.
‘If there is a will…” I am interested in projects that require real impact – to lead or to audit – and recommend improvements for maximum impact that costs less.
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