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Win Win Earth

Eradicating Poverty using the Win Win Earth Methodology

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Win Win Earth

  1. 1. Bish Bash Bosh & Co How Do You Deliver Economically, Self-Reliant Communities AND Grow Brand Value?
  2. 2. THE ‘GIRL EFFECT’ 250 MILLION ADOLESCENT GIRLS LIVE IN POVERTY THEY ARE THE MOST POWERFUL FORCE FOR CHANGE ON THE PLANET
  3. 3. WHERE IT STARTED THERE’S NO SUBJECT CALLED ‘HOW TO MAKE MONEY’ Invisible Curriculum
  4. 4. Shared Value •“Shared value: Creating economic value in a way that also creates value for society by addressing its needs and challenges.” •“Businesses acting as businesses, not as charitable donors, are the most powerful force for addressing the pressing issues we face” •“Learning how to create shared value is our best chance to legitimize business again” •- M. Porter & M. Kramer
  5. 5. THE ‘GIRL EFFECT’ HOW DOES THE ‘GIRL EFFECT’ ADDRESS POVERTY? • In India, adolescent pregnancy results in nearly $10 billion in lost potential income per year. • In Uganda, 85 per cent of girls leave school early, resulting in $10 billion in lost potential earnings. • By delaying child marriage and early birth for one million girls in Bangladesh, the country could potentially add $69 billion to the national income over these girls' lifetimes. • It's an investment we cannot afford to overlook.
  6. 6. THE DOWNWARD SPIRAL Governments are in the Business of incentivising and entrenching the behaviours of Poverty E.g.. through social grants
  7. 7. CREATING AN UPWARD SPIRAL The Freedom Project incentivises behaviour which lifts people out of poverty and opens the road to prosperity
  8. 8. STOPLIGHT A participatory self-evaluation tool to measure poverty
  9. 9. VISUAL SURVEY PLATFORM Semáforo Familiar de Medición de Pobreza - Tecnología de ultima generación - Familias realizan su propio audodiagnóstico - Linea de Base para medir progreso - Georererenciación y Focalización - Herramienta para Plan de Progreso Familiar y Comunitario Semáforo Familiar de Medición de Pobreza - Tecnología de ultima generación - Familias realizan su propio audodiagnóstico - Linea de Base para medir progreso - Georererenciación y Focalización - Herramienta para Plan de Progreso Familiar y Comunitario
  10. 10. DATA GATHERING DIMENSION Health & Environment POVERTY INDICATOR 7. Potable Drinking Water DEFINITION Water safe enough to be consumed by humans or used with low risk of immediate/long term harm LEVEL 1 Constant access to water through tap located in/near home LEVEL 2 Access to water within 100m. Supply not constant. No access to tap LEVEL 3 Drinking water not available within 100m of home
  11. 11. DATA GATHERING DIMENSION Health & Environment POVERTY INDICATOR 6. Personal Identification DEFINITION Identity card issued by state, used for legal purposes as person’s identity for almost any purpose LEVEL 1 Individual has valid South African Identity Card LEVEL 2 Individual has Identity Card that has expired or is being processed LEVEL 3 Individual doesn’t have and Identity Card
  12. 12. DATA GATHERING DIMENSION Income & Earnings POVERTY INDICATOR 3. Credit DEFINITION Family has access to formal production credit whose interest rate is not usury and meets market conditions LEVEL 1 At least one family member has access to formal production credit that meets market conditions LEVEL 2 At least one member of family has access to informal credit with usury interest rate LEVEL 3 Family has no access to any type of credit
  13. 13. EXAMPLE OF FAMILY POVERTY STOPLIGHT Aspirational Mini-Goals FAMILIA: GONZALEZ PEREZ Comité: Oñondivemi C.I. Madre de Familia: 6.666.666 Asesora: Lidia Gomez Total miembros: 6 Oficina: Curuguaty 1. Ingresos superiores a la línea de pobreza. 2. Empleo estable (actividad económica estable) 3. Crédito 7. Agua potable 8. Puesto de salud cercano 9. Alimentación nutritiva 4. Ahorros 5. Más de una fuente de ingresos 6. Cédula de identidad 10. Higiene Personal y salud sexual 11. Oculista y Dentista 12. Vacunación 13. Disposición de Basura 14. Suelo degradado 15. Seguros (salud y sepelio) 16. Vivienda (techos, puertas y ventanas) segura 17. Letrinas sanitarias y cloaca 18. Electricidad 28. Sabe leer y escribir en Español 29. Hijos escolarizados hasta el 9° Grado 30. Conocimientos y destrezas para generar ingresos 19. Heladera 20. Dormitorios separados 21. Cocina elevada y ventilada 31. Capacidad para planificar y presupuestar 32. Comunicación y capital social 33. Útiles Escolares & Libros 22. Sillas, mesas, cubiertos y Confort básico 23. Caminos de acceso de todo tiempo 24. Medios de Transporte regulares 34. Acceso a Información (Radio & TV) 35. Entretenimiento & esparcimiento 36. Valora las tradiciones culturales y patrimonio histórico25. Puesto Policial & Seguridad Física 26. Teléfono o Celular 27. Vestimenta apropiada 37. Respeta otras culturas 38. Derechos humanos para la gente vulnerable 39. Forma parte de un grupo de autoayuda 40. Capacidad de incidir en Sector Publico 41. Capacidad para resolver Problemas y Conflictos 43. Conciencia de identidad y autoestima 44. Conciencia de sus necesidades: mapa de vida 45. Conciencia moral y de valores importantes 42. Inscripto en Registro Electoral y Vota en Elecciones 46. Espectro emocional emotivo 47. Autoexpresión estítica, belleza y arte 48. Conciencia psicosexual 49. Capacidad de adaptación y de innovación 50. Autonomía y capacidad para tomar decisiones OrganizaciónyParticipación InterioridadyMotivación ViviendaeInfraestructuraIngresosyEmpleo SaludyMedioAmbienteEducaciónyCultura
  14. 14. BEFORE & AFTER Sra. Illuminada Ortega Based on Paraguay Project
  15. 15. INITIAL “STOPLIGHT” ANALYSIS Paraguay Presidents iPad 2nd December 2013
  16. 16. Prosperity MAPPING - 9 Months Later Paraguay Presidents iPad 2nd December 2013
  17. 17. Income Paraguay Presidents iPad 2nd December 2013
  18. 18. Drinking Water Paraguay Presidents iPad 2nd December 2013
  19. 19. Skills to Generate Income Paraguay Presidents iPad 2nd December 2013
  20. 20. Commercializing the Millennium Goals
  21. 21. REWARDS & COACHING PROGRAMME Citizens implement actions around the Prosperity Indicators. As they accomplish each action, they are rewarded for their successes Information, coupons, airtime vouchers
  22. 22. Bish Bash Bosh & Co Over 50 CompaniesOne Country From Stress to wellbeing Stoplight Poverty Stoplight
  23. 23. Thank You Michael Cowen 083 288 7355 michael@bishbashbosh.co.za Steve Carver (083) 3253721 steve@bishbashbosh.co.za

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