In the book, Lewis D. Solomon develops the theme that the profit motive can serve as a powerful force for social good in developing nations, making a difference in the lives of those trapped in misery and helping millions out of poverty. After focusing on three US-based venture capital-like firms, the book presents evidence that for-profit corporations, many indigenous, funded in part by these capital providers have alleviated global poverty. These investee firms, which seek both financial and social returns, serve the impoverished by delivering critically needed but affordable goods and services, including quality education, preventive healthcare, light and power, and enhanced agricultural productivity.Turning an adult with a high school diploma into an effective primary school teacher requires a focus on repeating a series of proven practices. ... Bridge places its step-by-step instructions on how to conduct a lesson on refurbished computer tablets, which provide the scripts, ... including curriculum development, student success tracking, and quality assurance, which are stored online and electronicallyanbsp;...
|Title||:||Alleviating Global Poverty|
|Author||:||Lewis D. Solomon|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2014-12-05|