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  • 1. A BUSINESS APPROACH TO FIGHTING POVERTY
  • 2. THANK YOU TO ALL VOLUNTEERS Melissa Chan Merryl Tan Erin Manfredi Julie Turner Deanna Sutherland Bridget Salmon Peter Fry Daphne Kuok Heather Elliott Tess Lyons
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  • 6. DAVID SUTHERLAND PAKITO YENEZA HARRY TURNER LILY NG JOVI ZALAMEA HK BOARD OF DIRECTORS MALCOLM WOOD
  • 7. Greg and Holly Anderson Nick and Terri Appel Charles Caldwell and Tess Lyons Augie Cheh and Maya Furumoto Bong and Maribel Consing Mario and Christine Damo Grant and Fiona Elliott Ting Guevarra Tom and Connie Kim HK BOARD OF ADVISORS KT and Daphne Kuok Hubie and Joyce Lem Ramon and Vicki Maronilla Dennis and Aissa Montecillo Nick Norris and Jaclyn Jhin Andy Ostrognai and Carmen Schiffman Homer and Min-yee Sun Daniel and Judith Tseung Laetitia Yu
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  • 15. MARKET ANALYSIS MANAGEMENT TEAM STRATEGY PAST PERFORMANCE FINANCIAL ANALYSIS VISION FOR THE FUTURE 1 2 3 4 5 6 A BUSINESS APPROACH TO FIGHTING POVERTY
  • 16. MARKET ANALYSIS 1 A BUSINESS APPROACH TO FIGHTING POVERTY
  • 17. 1.9 BILLION
  • 18. 1.9 BILLION 1.4 BILLION 30 Years
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  • 20. In 1982, 52% live in poverty
  • 21. In 1982, 52% live in poverty 1.9 BILLION PEOPLE
  • 22. 1980 NOW 1.9 Billion (52%) 1.4 Billion (25%) 1.5 Billion rescued from poverty POOR POOR
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  • 24. DEVELOPED WORLD 30 MILLION PEOPLE living in poverty
  • 25. LATIN AMERICA 45 MILLION PEOPLE living in poverty
  • 26. AFRICA 388 MILLION PEOPLE living in poverty
  • 27. NON-ASIA 450 MILLION PEOPLE living in poverty
  • 28. ASIA 900 MILLION PEOPLE living in poverty
  • 29. ASIA INDIAN SUBCONTINENT POVERTY India 44% 465M Pakistan 23% 35M Bangladesh 50% 75M Nepal 55% 15M Bhutan 27% <1M
  • 30. ASIA 1981 ---- 77% POVERTY IN CHINA
  • 31. ASIA 1981 ---- 77% NOW --- 16% POVERTY IN CHINA
  • 32. ASIA
    • 1981 ---- 77%
    • NOW --- 16%
          • Rural 24%
    POVERTY IN CHINA
  • 33. ASIA POVERTY IN CHINA
    • 1981 ---- 77%
    • NOW --- 16%
          • Rural 24%
          • Urban 2%
  • 34. ASIA SMALL ASIAN COUNTRIES Cambodia 40% 6M Laos 36% 2M PNG 30% 2M East Timor 44% >1M Mongolia 22% 1M Sri Lanka 10% 2M
  • 35. ASIA MINIMAL POVERTY Thailand <1% Malaysia <1%
  • 36. ASIA REMAINING ASIAN COUNTRIES Indonesia 24% 47M Philippines 23% 19M Vietnam 23% 19M
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  • 39. 94 MILLION FILIPINOS
  • 40. MARKET ANALYSIS 1 Global Poverty Standard $1.25 A BUSINESS APPROACH TO FIGHTING POVERTY
  • 41. MARKET ANALYSIS 1 Global Poverty Standard Philippine Poverty Standard $1.25 $0.76 A BUSINESS APPROACH TO FIGHTING POVERTY
  • 42. MARKET ANALYSIS 1 Global Poverty Standard Philippine Poverty Standard $1.25 $0.76 31 MILLION FILIPINOS (33%) A BUSINESS APPROACH TO FIGHTING POVERTY
  • 43. MARKET ANALYSIS 1 Global Poverty Standard Philippine Poverty Standard Philippine Subsistence Standard $1.25 $0.76 $0.54 A BUSINESS APPROACH TO FIGHTING POVERTY
  • 44. MARKET ANALYSIS 1 Global Poverty Standard Philippine Poverty Standard Philippine Subsistence Standard $1.25 $0.76 $0.54 14 MILLION FILIPINOS (15%) A BUSINESS APPROACH TO FIGHTING POVERTY
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  • 50. SUBSISTENCE IN THE PHILIPPINES
  • 51. SUBSISTENCE IN THE PHILIPPINES average earnings per day $0.37
  • 52. SUBSISTENCE IN THE PHILIPPINES average earnings per day own no furniture at all $0.37 71%
  • 53. SUBSISTENCE IN THE PHILIPPINES average earnings per day own no furniture at all $0.37 71% cannot read or write 24%
  • 54. SUBSISTENCE IN THE PHILIPPINES average earnings per day own no furniture at all go to bed hungry every night $0.37 71% 34% cannot read or write 24%
  • 55. SUBSISTENCE IN THE PHILIPPINES average earnings per day own no furniture at all go to bed hungry every night of household is over age of 65 $0.37 71% 34% 2% cannot read or write 24%
  • 56. SUBSISTENCE IN THE PHILIPPINES average earnings per day own no furniture at all go to bed hungry every night of household is over age of 65 of mothers had a child die under 16 $0.37 71% 34% 2% 15% cannot read or write 24%
  • 57. MARKET ANALYSIS MANAGEMENT TEAM 1 2 A BUSINESS APPROACH TO FIGHTING POVERTY
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  • 62. MARKET ANALYSIS MANAGEMENT TEAM 1 2 A BUSINESS APPROACH TO FIGHTING POVERTY
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  • 65. MANILA OFFICE
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  • 70. JULIE TURNER DEANNA SUTHERLAND MELISSA CHAN ERIN MANFREDI PETER FRY MERRYL TAN ICM HONG KONG OFFICE
  • 71. DAVID SUTHERLAND PAKITO YENEZA HARRY TURNER LILY NG JOVI ZALAMEA HK BOARD OF DIRECTORS MALCOLM WOOD
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  • 79. MARKET ANALYSIS MANAGEMENT TEAM 1 2
    • Geography
    A BUSINESS APPROACH TO FIGHTING POVERTY
  • 80. Bohol Koronadal General Santos Bacolod Dumaguete A BUSINESS APPROACH TO FIGHTING POVERTY MANAGEMENT TEAM 2
    • Geography
  • 81. Siquijor Iloilo Dipolog SATELLITE STRATEGY A BUSINESS APPROACH TO FIGHTING POVERTY MANAGEMENT TEAM 2
    • Geography
  • 82. SUBSISTENCE POPULATION: 1,968,463 125,000 Reached (7%) A BUSINESS APPROACH TO FIGHTING POVERTY MANAGEMENT TEAM 2
    • Geography
  • 83. SUBSISTENCE POPULATION: 1,968,463 A BUSINESS APPROACH TO FIGHTING POVERTY 200,000+ Reached (10%) MANAGEMENT TEAM 2
    • Geography
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  • 106. MALNOURISHED CHILDREN’S OUTREACH
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  • 109. Malnourished Child Fed for 6 Months: HK$300
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  • 117. Silent Auction
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  • 121. Fridays Boracay, Philippines 102
  • 122. Ski Queenstown, New Zealand 103 Orlando, Florida House 104
  • 123. El Nido Package A / B / C 101 / 201 / 302
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  • 126. A BUSINESS APPROACH TO FIGHTING POVERTY