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© 2012 Meirman, Albus, Cruz, Szymczyk, Verwijs | I.Solve.Hunger
Learning from previous initiatives                                      Start by listening to the people you              ...
© 2012 Meirman, Albus, Cruz, Szymczyk, Verwijs
© 2012 Meirman, Albus, Cruz, Szymczyk, Verwijs
© 2012 Meirman, Albus, Cruz, Szymczyk, Verwijs
© 2012 Meirman, Albus, Cruz, Szymczyk, Verwijs
© 2012 Meirman, Albus, Cruz, Szymczyk, Verwijs
© 2012 Meirman, Albus, Cruz, Szymczyk, Verwijs
A conservative scenario shows that we will be able to help   48 farmersand around   300 connected households throughout th...
Deficiencies of today‘s donation modelWe need to listen to the people in need before we start acting?    Give a voice to t...
Deficiencies of today‘s donation modelWe need to increase identification and transpareny                                  ...
Traditional and online donation growth      Traditional Donations       Since 1956 cumulated donations in the US grew eve...
Business Model OverviewStakeholders and Revenue Streams       Producing                                 Empowering farmers...
Scenario Analysis (Pilot Season)Farm Projects On Farm Ponds                                                               ...
Our project rests upon 3 important pillars                                         Proximity   Adaptability   Scalability©...
Demo
64.9% think our concept is revolutionary                 81.8% would contribute an idea       72.7% would contribute money
Visit us online:isolvehunger.org   facebook.com/isolvehunger        @isolvehunger
The I.Solve.Hunger Project
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The I.Solve.Hunger Project

  1. 1. © 2012 Meirman, Albus, Cruz, Szymczyk, Verwijs | I.Solve.Hunger
  2. 2. Learning from previous initiatives Start by listening to the people you aim to help. Dr. Ernesto Sirolli Reasons for failure: Wrong Assumptions & Generalizations© 2012 Meirman, Albus, Cruz, Szymczyk, Verwijs
  3. 3. © 2012 Meirman, Albus, Cruz, Szymczyk, Verwijs
  4. 4. © 2012 Meirman, Albus, Cruz, Szymczyk, Verwijs
  5. 5. © 2012 Meirman, Albus, Cruz, Szymczyk, Verwijs
  6. 6. © 2012 Meirman, Albus, Cruz, Szymczyk, Verwijs
  7. 7. © 2012 Meirman, Albus, Cruz, Szymczyk, Verwijs
  8. 8. © 2012 Meirman, Albus, Cruz, Szymczyk, Verwijs
  9. 9. A conservative scenario shows that we will be able to help 48 farmersand around 300 connected households throughout the first season.
  10. 10. Deficiencies of today‘s donation modelWe need to listen to the people in need before we start acting? Give a voice to the people in need to be able to solve multi-facetted problems.© 2012 Meirman, Albus, Cruz, Szymczyk, Verwijs
  11. 11. Deficiencies of today‘s donation modelWe need to increase identification and transpareny Donor Donor NGO Beneficiary Beneficiary NGO Traditional donation A donation system for the systems (top-down) 21st century (bottom-up) Who creates solutions? Few Experts Everybody Identification through Involvement Low High Level of transparency Low High Retention rate Low High© 2012 Meirman, Albus, Cruz, Szymczyk, Verwijs
  12. 12. Traditional and online donation growth Traditional Donations  Since 1956 cumulated donations in the US grew every year, except in 1987 and 2008 when they fell by 2% Online Donations Donor retention Donation growth 2010: +20% 2011: +19.7% Source: Giving USA Foundation  Online Donations have been growing over the last decade  Recurring donations are more common among online donors© 2012 Meirman, Albus, Cruz, Szymczyk, Verwijs
  13. 13. Business Model OverviewStakeholders and Revenue Streams Producing Empowering farmers merchandise to be self-sufficient Affiliate Marketing Advertisement Businesses Merchandise Donations Customers Donors© 2012 Meirman, Albus, Cruz, Szymczyk, Verwijs
  14. 14. Scenario Analysis (Pilot Season)Farm Projects On Farm Ponds Interested Households Agricultural Farms per Interested in On Farm Farms per Total Costs per Village Activity Village Participation Pond Village 150 120 24 $2,139.19 300 240 48 $4,278.38 80% 20% $89,13 450 360 72 $6,417.57 600 480 96 $8,556.76Farming Starter Pack (Seeds, Fertilisers, Manure) Interested Households Agricultural Farms per Interest in Starter Farms per Total Costs per Village Activity Village Participation Package Village 150 120 24 $744.00 300 240 48 $1,488.00 80% 20% $31,00 450 360 72 $2,232,00 600 480 96 $2,976.00© 2012 Meirman, Albus, Cruz, Szymczyk, Verwijs
  15. 15. Our project rests upon 3 important pillars Proximity Adaptability Scalability© 2012 Meirman, Albus, Cruz, Szymczyk, Verwijs
  16. 16. Demo
  17. 17. 64.9% think our concept is revolutionary 81.8% would contribute an idea 72.7% would contribute money
  18. 18. Visit us online:isolvehunger.org facebook.com/isolvehunger @isolvehunger

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