So who started this project? In 2011, we made a video that answered that question:
We’re Periclean Scholars, a class of students at Elon University in North Carolina that worked for three years to learn about issues in India, partner with organizations on the ground, and develop projects in conjunction with our partners’ work.
In a new interview, UN Special Envoy Romano Prodi explains why countries should step up to assist the Sahel region of Africa, which faces complex problems that include not only political instability, but also endemic poverty, lack of resources and infrastructure, porous borders that allow trafficking of all kinds, and multiple human rights issues.
Pretty darn well said:
“It will be impossible to have a sound economic development if there is a war. The refugees are everywhere, the fear is everywhere and the movement of terrorists are everywhere, so we better understand that this is not just Mali, this effects the wider area.”
One of the major focuses of “Health for All” from the very beginning was to focus one a range of solutions to health care — that’s why we reached out to a nonprofit, a government-sponsored autonomous group, and a social business. Through our initial research, we realized it’s not just health care…