The last six months or so I have been writing my bachelor project at the University of Roskilde in Copenhagen, Denmark, and in relation to this I have studied triple-win solutions and RVE.SOL´s Kudura sustainable development solution in particular. This study involved an evaluation of Kudura in terms of its social, economic and environmental impact. […]
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I recently came across this TED talk video by seasoned and acclaimed AID protagonist, Ernesto Sirolli. He speaks to an ever more popular perspective on AID in developing countries, one also espoused by 16 year World Bank veteran, Bill Easterly. The notion is this: after developed countries have spent ver 2.3 Trillion US$ on aid in […]
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A few weeks ago I had the honour of visiting the Mully Children’s Family in Yata, Kenya with Paul Mbole of Norwegian Catholic Aid and Dr. Mulli, the founder of MCF. (Photo gallery below) We met at the University of Strathmore during the launch event of the Climate Innovation Centre – a world bank funded […]
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This month sees the 11-month anniversary of our Sidonge Pilot project – one that has been very rewarding and full of interesting lessons learned. We set out early 2011 to identify one or more sites in Eastern Africa for deployment of our sustainable development model, looking to validate three key points in proving our solution: […]
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I have been asked to write some more about the triple-win solutions, which I will gladly do! But to be able to explain the concept better, I will first briefly define the concept of sustainable development. The concept of sustainable development was defined by the World Commission on Environment and Development (WCED) in 1987 in […]
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