I truly believe that we, as international community, ought to find a way to promote sustainable management and efficient use of natural resources; including reducing losses in food, and also having a better understanding and culture in relation to recycling.
Your projects goes toward that path.
Best of luck!
This project complements Goal 11 and 12 of the Agenda 203; it helps ensure cities and human settlements are inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable, and promotes sustainable consumption and production patterns.
I live in Angola and a project like that is definitely needed to encourage the culture of recycling in a proper manner. It would help alter people's mindset.
I hope you are able to implement this initiative as detailed here above.
I like your idea. It promotes youth productivity, gives emphasis on the importance of entrepreneurship, creativity and innovation, and ultimately it also helps create new jobs.
The fact that it also encourages the formalization of small- and medium-sized enterprises, is also a good thing.
I hope the implementation phase goes as smoothly as possible.
Yes, you're right about the importance of English; it is for sure a great advantage to be able to speak the language.
I think that reading is fundamental as you say; reading out loud is even better, you understand the words better, you have a better association of them, and it makes it easier to retain them.
Listen to music and watching movies in a particular language also ameliorates your comprehension.
Speaking various languages is definitely a need; among other things, it permits to have a smoother interaction with other individuals from other countries.
Tackling water scarcity is definitely a must. And yes, it is unbelievable that there is still no universal and equitable access to safe and affordable drinking water for all. That's an unfortunate reality. Projects that promote the improvement of water quality by reducing pollution, and by eliminating dumping and minimizing release of hazardous chemicals and materials are for sure indispensable in developing countries.
I hope everything works out.
Quite an ambitious project you have there!
I hope all goes well with the implementation and stuff.
Will you partner with government ministries/agencies or do you intend to do solely at the private sector?
If I understand clearly, you're planning on having conferences/workshops twice a week? Is that it? How big are these conferences/workshops, in terms of participants and attendance, do you think? Also, what would be the cost of them?
Just a few questions for your consideration.
Thanks for your answer. You're right about massive importation and the junk enhancing products.
Once, the business is up and running smoothly, it will for sure improve people's diets and lifestyles.
Keep doing what you're doing.
I hope all is well.
This idea of yours surely emphasizes on the importance of promoting universal access to affordable, reliable and sustainable energy for all.
So, yes you do deserve praises for having such vision. I'm glad you didn't focus so much on the negative feedback.
I hope you get to implement it the way you wish!
Great business idea! And I also like the focus on youths, such demographic will forever be essential for the social stability and economic prosperity of any given nation.
I'm curious about the objective of approximately having 1,800 beneficiaries within 6 years, I think that's 300 beneficiaries per year, how did you come up with these numbers?
In any case, that's a great goal to have.
Best of luck with this whole process.
Dear Majdi Suleiman,
I like your project and yes it does seem to be viable.
I have one question, as I understand the business is centered solely on an interactive online platform, do you have a solution for women vendors who are fantastic with artistic works/products but aren't too familiarized with computers, the internet and whatnots?
Just a thought.