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Build Your Future

  1. 1. Build Your Future<br />The opportunity to revitalize your life<br />Liverpool, Merseyside <br />CSR Start Up Meeting, 30th Sept 2011<br />BYF<br />Foundation<br />
  2. 2. The Mission<br />We believe in a future with hope for everyone!<br />Most people in the world do not own house due to:<br /><ul><li>The growing expense of the living costs
  3. 3. Low incomes
  4. 4. The inflation
  5. 5. No free land
  6. 6. No training
  7. 7. No financial support from the private sectors</li></ul>BYF<br />Foundation<br />
  8. 8. Inside the problem<br />Where : All over the world<br />1 or More Projects for each Country<br />Our Levers :<br /><ul><li>Brown land from government
  9. 9. Free interest loan from bank</li></ul>Timing : Five years plan<br />BYF<br />Foundation<br />
  10. 10. The Idea<br />The aim : « BuildYour Future Academy »<br />A 3-years intensive programme :<br /> First Term : The « Learning Path » (1 year)<br /><ul><li> Second Term : The « DoingPath » (2 years)</li></ul>A group of expert tradesmen will guide each participant in the learning of the building techniques such as eletrician, plumber or joiner.<br />BYF<br />Foundation<br />
  11. 11. Call to Action<br /><ul><li>A source of motivation to the people
  12. 12. A charity in itself
  13. 13. Employabilitystatistics of the poorenhanced
  14. 14. Difference in standards of living between the rich and the poorreduces
  15. 15. A steptaken by the organizations to work in unison for a common cause towards the betterment of the society
  16. 16. Governmentbeing a major source of monetaryfund</li></ul>BYF<br />Foundation<br />
  17. 17. Costs<br />Total Pilot Project<br />6,600,000 £<br />25% Non Repayable Grants (Education and Corporate donations)<br />10% Brown Land is paid at project end year 5 (Peppercorn ground rent paid per year to procure land contract) Reclaimed/disused sites<br />15 % Renewable energy grants, repaid by creating surplus energy from the solar panel/ wind farm<br />15 % Gates Foundation (match funds to assist in sustainable energies<br />50% Bank Loan, serviced with low interest and deferedpayment<br />Contingent is 10 % and is recovered out of first house sales<br />BYF<br />Foundation<br />
  18. 18. Income<br />Total Income is <br />6,600,000 £<br />Contingentis 600,000 £<br />Average family house sale price is 110,000 £(30 Properties sold)<br />Brown Land is paid back from the property sales<br />Sustainable energy is paid back by the surplus energy sold to the power company<br />BYF<br />Foundation<br />
  19. 19. Thankyou for your attention!<br />The BYF Foundationis:<br />Salem Saed A‎, Alghamdi (Mecca, SaudiArabia)<br />Li Liang (Leon, China)<br />Marco Rodolfo Marabese (Milano, Italy)<br />Rahul Pushp (Mumbai, India)<br />Darren Winwood (Liverpool, UK)<br />Becausewebelieve in a futurewith a hope for everyone!<br />BYF<br />Foundation<br />

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