International Sustainable Development Strategy
A public debate about the delivery of services to the hardest to reach populations in the most under-developed parts of the world. Leaving No One Behind Looking from the various stakeholders perspectives in terms of their proven success and opportunity they promote to enable Financing for Development (FfD), Universality, Integrated and Transformational

International Sustainable Development Strategy

  • We know the "who" in our target audience and the assumptions are anyone serving people and/or planet. 
  • We know the "why" To eradicate poverty
    • Children
    • Disabled
    • Seniors
    • Veterans
    • Native Cultures in all countries - aboriginal and tribal persons, mountain villages in all countries
    • any known target populations who have faced inequality based on the cultural or religious values
      • Rural Poverty populations
      • Urban Poverty populations
    • We know the "what" would
      • Ensure equality
        • as defined by each individual person

          with an outcome for the personal development and full potential of each person

          Means of Implementation would require equal access to opportunities

          Means of implementation would require new forms of energy to enable internet access for all

          Means of Implementation would require technology transfer in a structured and universal design where vital inter-governmental services are integrated well to empower national financing for development at the local NGOs to do more with what we have.


          • Gender
            • Women
            • Transgender Persons
            • Same Sex Partners
          • Age
            • Children - both male and female
            • Elders - 40+
            • Seniors 65


          • The point being that the person in this example has two indicators which are often put at risk or targeted by criminals or left behind due to the way technology transfers are managed or designed.
          • Population Location Vectors
            • Location in the developing or land locked locations ​​​​
              • Example of Barriers; Energy - in rural America South Dakota Pine Ridge and Rosebud communities are unable to bring traditional energy with pipelines into these communities.  Why?  Land Owners refuse to allow the pipeline through to the reservations or to land owned by the tribes.  Cause is racial and cultural from both tribal and non-tribal persons. 
            • "Review and Monitoring" Innovation in developing locations - in Arizona, an alternate energy source was brought into the tribal land.  
              • Environmental impacts or threats to planet may be unknown
            • We must review and monitor the innovation in these communities based on the lack of infrastructure and non-formal mechanisms used to overcome barriers. 
              • Location Based or Environmental Vectors
              • Global Citizens and their native goods and services
                • Venato Villages
              • Native Cultures, Indigenous or aboriginal in small islands, deserts, jungles or mountain villages "global citizens"
      • We know the "when" post 2015 Sustainable Development Goals, Elements and Thematic topics with opportunities to deliver results before the end of 2015.
        • The Post 2015 Agenda
        • The Summit in September-an Outcome document and its included sections;
          • a declaration,
          • the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and targets,
          • the means of implementation and
          • the global partnership for development
        • A post September action plan​
          • follow–up and review
      • We have designed a strategy which empowers all countries and intend to accelerate the developing or lowest income and extreme poverty or those hardest to reach.
        • Civil society concepts for commons or the work described by Club Madrid (90 former heads of state or presidents)
          • Commoner-a term used to describe the common or average person. 
            • While it doesn't intend to limit or force any stereotypes, it intends to describe "the people" in our world and if ever the time proves beyond the planetary boundaries; "any person."  
          • Commons - a term used to describe the universal capabilities or tools common to anyone or shared across sectors and across verticals, both business and technology purposes are assumed. 
            • Every person on the planet needs family and culture which form the basis of our identities as persons and our ability to love or be loved is part of our individual and family identity.   
            • Every person on the planet needs economic means which is often defined by the quality of a persons education and family or cultural beliefs, affordability triggers the persons social opportunities and preferences. 
              • These are transactional in nature
              • These are capacity planning
            • Every person on the planet needs health and safety to exist in peace and love we grow or breed the sustainable foods we need. 
            • Every person on the planet has a public and private life associated with the data and technology used to secure these human rights with dignity.
        • A platform for the world "A Market Place"​​
          • Social Sharing economies-Cooperatives intended for non-profit- Peer to Peer as outcomes of co-authored works emerge we deliver to a market place designed for the for profit world.  
            • World Knowledge Bank - secure and governed platform developed for any privacy advocate and a critical need for women and children; identity and privacy the human rights applied with;
              • Ann Racuya-Robbin's - World Knowledge Bank - Proposed
              • Marco Fioretti - Per Cloud - Free Knowledge Institute - Proposed 
          • Co-created business to business and "the outcomes from peer to peer collaboration coordinates into a global marketplace for commerce and profit.  
            • My Healthy Business - B2B marketplace - Doug McDavid
            • Adelaide Entrepreneur Network - Peter Murchland 
      International Sustainable Development Strategy
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      Proposals  »Proposals
      1. Marketplace »1. Marketplace
      3. Governance »3. Governance
      UN Sustainable Development Goals  »UN Sustainable Development Goals
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