Comments

August 3, 2017 14:26

Hi Meghan,

This is truly an awesome app and I believe it will do a lot good to Africa.
Just like Zeba asked, I'm also interested to know if the app can help social entrepreneurs too, I mean non-for-profit organizations.

Kindest regards,
Seth

August 3, 2017 14:13

Wow,

This idea is very impressive and going to be worth it.
It's quite disheartening to know how poorly medical practitioners are treated in Tanzania compared to some other countries that I know, where they are the utmost priority of the country.

I wish you all the best with this idea.
Keep it up!

Seth

Comment on: Comunidad Huerta
August 3, 2017 14:06

Hi Rodrigo,

Great idea you've got here. I like the effort you're putting in establishing this project (first of it's kind in your country) I hope that your idea scales through to meet its intended objective.

Kindest regards,
Seth

August 3, 2017 12:06

Just yesterday, I attended a program or should I call it a seminar and I listened carefully as a top executive from a renowned company in Nigeria made a very heartfelt comment about the efforts governments and other organizations have been putting building human capacity in the country.

Having appreciated all these efforts, she said sadly that the the major beneficiaries of these programs are usually the aged, especially women and the younger ones are either not interested or no where to be found.

I immediately felt a sharp pain in my heart and they made me more encouraged to see the need TEENAGERS EMPOWERMENT and MENTORING PROGRAM OF NIGERIA to become a reality as soon as possible because it's obvious that this gap has been identified by others too and something has to be done ASAP!

I wish myself and everyone else on this competition the very best with their ideas and projects...

August 3, 2017 00:43

Hi Zeba,

This project is great, it from all indications is already and will continue to have lasting impacts especially on girls education. I like the passion in your project and I wish you the very best with it.

Kindest regards.
Seth

July 28, 2017 13:46

Wow! Mr. Ahmed, you just exposed me to a very great and innovative way of establishing and running this institution. Did you know it never crossed my mind to install an online platform and questionnaires for feedbacks and testimonials by students who have gained from our school for new students? Thank you very much for this, I'll incorporate it right away in the overall planning phase.

Also, for the bank account for donations, we have not opened any one as this idea is yet to be established, it's still in the conceptual stage. But we would open one for donations as soon as possible, we intend to do that as we establish the project.

There are forgoing plans as regards that as we have other bank accounts (personal) through which people can make donations for now but we are yet to open any for this idea's sake.

Thank you very much for this awesome feedback, it has really been helpful.
I wish you the very best with yours too.
Hope it scales through to fruition

Kind regards,
Seth

July 27, 2017 19:06

Thank you Mr Ayobami for your support, I believe this will cause a revolution in our education system. My hope is that it excels beyond the limelight and produce its intended quality and that our government will see the potentials and fully support it.

Thanks again!

July 27, 2017 11:37

Hi Mr Nnamso,

Your idea is smashingly awesome! It's a revolution your creating and it would do a lot in making people not only nourished health-wise but pocket-wise.

This idea is great sir, it will create a new, different and working market for our beloved country.

Thank God for thinkers like you...would really love to be a part of this.
Kind regards,

Seth

Comment on: Path To Knowledge
July 27, 2017 10:52

Hi Linguraru,

You idea is good, it will help contribute to knowledge. What I like here is your effort in trying to change student's use of the internet and gadgets for education.

Keep it up,
Seth

Comment on: Zer0 %nterest Bank
July 27, 2017 10:37

Hi Ahmed,

Your idea is awesome, it resembles what Jaiz Bank does in Nigeria. Please Keep it up.

However, talking about matching deposits with a standard (say gold as mentioned), don't you think your analogy is one-sided? What happens when the standard falls? And the depositor needs the money at that material time, won't that result to a loss?

I'm sure you'd have an answer to that already, because from the look of things you are sold out for this, and I love that!

Kind regards,
Seth