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by Kyoto Protocol Consultant, Co2e-Reducing Project Promotor at CarbonIsMoney.com / Brussels - Belgium on Feb 28, 2008

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Unlocking the synergies between the financial power behind the "Kyoto Protocol/CO2-certificates", the 100 € laptop/One-Laptop-per-Child education project and the Millennium Development Goals... ...

Unlocking the synergies between the financial power behind the "Kyoto Protocol/CO2-certificates", the 100 € laptop/One-Laptop-per-Child education project and the Millennium Development Goals... Looking forward to your feedback on : http://wiki.laptop.org/go/User_talk:SvenAERTS

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  • renaat65 renaat65 hi Sven,

    Nice global initiative.

    I am focussing on MDG1, the easiest of all 8 MDGs.

    Thanks to it amazing simplicity, a child can calculate the budget needed, even without 100$ laptop.

    Let's take DR Congo as an example, the poorest country on earth, according to the World Bank. The target is easy to calculate: 1$ a day, that makes 70 million people times 365 days a year = ....

    25 billion $ a year

    You have to know that GDP is 8 billion a year, worldwide aid to DRC 1 billion a year.

    So, aid is at 4% of the need. This is typical in development aid. The target and goals are 25 times bigger than the budget. Keep dreaming...

    The EU gives 50 million € to combat climate change effects globally, it gives 50 billion € for economic development of Spain.

    Your budget shows where your heart is.



    But my MDG1 proposal for DR Congo will solve the problems of the people there, in an amazing way, making the people themselves responsible for their own future. I have not yet found a better solution.



    Renaat Van Rompaey

    Renaat@wix.nl

    www.wix.nl
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