New Trip Part 1 – #Psychology #Development #people #aid

Psychology The biggest balancing act I feel you need to do when approaching issues like this, is to balance both empathy with objectivity, whilst not allowing the thought processes you […]

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The Parable of the Mexican Fisherman and the Banker

An American investment banker was taking a much-needed vacation in a small coastal Mexican village when a small boat with just one fisherman docked. The boat had several large, fresh fish in […]

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Orphanages the light at the end of the tunnel? An Indian solution from the depths of poverty.

I’ve been told by a few people that the only thing that’s missing with my blog is videos, pictures and improved spelling and punctuation. I will endeavour to improve on […]

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A @couchsurfing experience in #nepal! how to really experience a culture whilst travelling!

Alex Borden is originally from Wisconsin, USA and has been travelling through Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, New Zealand, and Nepal for the last 2-years, staying primarily in hostels. Using a […]

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Sustainable rural #development through livelihood practices. SROI..

SROI – Social return on Investment It is a lot easier to gauge the social impact an investment is making in rural areas of a developing world country. Agricultural development […]

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Water Management of Indias agricultural growth. #resource management #development

At KGVK (for those who aren’t aware, to put it simply it is an 8 pillared holistic approach to bringing rural villages out of poverty). :http://www.kgvkindia.com/ , water management is […]

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