Wednesday, March 19, 2008


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1. Creating more and better Jobs: What do we know? What can be done?
2. Development Gateway Highlight: Business for the Environment
3. ADB launched Climate Change Fund
4. Sustainable Development Report on Africa (SDRA)
5. Africa’s economic growth in 2007 again well above the long-term trend
6. ODI works on the contribution business can make to development
7. The World Bank Establishes a New Database on Grants
8. Training and Events
9. Publications
10. Websites of the Month
Take a Deep Thought |

Open your arms to change, but don't let go of your values. Dalai Lama XIV.

1. Creating more and better Jobs: What do we know? What can be done?

More jobs are not good enough – sustainable development also requires the creation of
better jobs, i.e. those that can provide a ''decent” pay and a minimum level of social
protection. On 7 May 2008, experts met in Rabat (Morocco) to discuss ways in which to
achieve this important policy objective.

Participants highlighted the importance of economic growth, but also agreed that
growth alone is not sufficient. Many trade-offs exist in the quest for more and better
jobs, notably the clash between quantity versus quality in job creation; the need for
higher skills versus inequality; and the time inconsistency problem for policy making.

Demographic factors were another focus of lively discussions. Again, countries differ
significantly in this respect. While high youth unemployment is seen as a major
problem in many countries of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, India
considers the high percentage of young people as a ''demographic dividend”.

The extension of social protection and - more generally - the recognition of the
economic importance of the informal (mostly unprotected) sector was seen as an
important prerequisite for poverty alleviation and the political feasibility of
reform. Although no consensus emerged on the importance of labour policies relative to
other related reforms, participants agreed that evaluations and innovations in the
area of labour market policies are key to improve the performance of labour markets.

2. Development Gateway Highlight: Business for the Environment

The human race is pushing our planet towards the edge of disaster by flooding land,
sea, and air with pollution and by over use of our natural resources. These issues
amount to one of the greatest challenges humanity has ever faced. As the world
explores alternative growth paths, new ways of doing business are critical. Innovative
solutions are pointing the way to new business models and market opportunities.''

B4E, the Global Business Summit for the Environment, is the leading international
conference focusing on business and the environment. B4E 2008, held in Singapore on
April 22, highlighted the most urgent environmental challenges facing the world today
and discussed business-driven solutions for mitigating and adapting to climate change.
Important topics addressed include resource efficiencies, renewable energies, new
business models and climate strategies. Delegates shared best practices for
identifying and managing the risks posed by climate change and uncover opportunities
for developing competitive advantages.

During the Summit, CEOs and senior executives from leading global companies joined
leaders from government, international agencies, NGOs, and other organizations to
discuss the issues, forge partnerships and explore solutions for a greener future.

3. ADB launched Climate Change Fund

ADB has establishing a new fund to slow the onset of climate change and to help the
Asia-Pacific region adapt to the expected devastating impact of global warming. ADB
will provide an initial $40 million to the Climate Change Fund, which will be open for
further contributions from countries, other development organizations, foundations,
the private sector and other sources.

''The purpose of the fund is to facilitate greater investments in developing countries
in Asia and the Pacific to address the causes and consequences of global warming.
Money from the fund will be used to provide grant financing for technical assistance,
investment projects, research and other activities, and we welcome interested parties
to participate in the fund,” said Mr. Werner Liepach, Principal Director of ADB’s
Office of Cofinancing Operations.

4. Sustainable Development Report on Africa (SDRA)

The Economic Commission for Africa has released the second edition of its flagship
publication, the Sustainable Development Report on Africa (SDRA). This edition of SDRA
is devoted to a five-year review of the implementation of the World Summit on
Sustainable Development Outcomes in Africa (WSSD+5). Several African countries have
made progress in economic governance, public financial management and accountability
and the integrity of the monetary and financial systems. As a result, the situation in
Africa today is better than it was a decade or so ago. However, a great deal remains
to be done. In the area of corporate governance, countries have made efforts to
promote private sector-led growth and development.

5. Africa’s economic growth in 2007 again well above the long-term trend

Africa’s average real GDP grew by 5.7 per cent in 2007. The 2008 African Economic
Outlook report , jointly published by the African Development Bank, the OECD
Development Centre and the UNECA expects the rate of GDP growth to strengthen to about
6 per cent in 2008 and in 2009. The 2008 African Economic Outlook focuses on Technical
Skills Development. It also presents a comprehensive analysis of the economic, social
and political developments on the continent. Now in its seventh year, the AEO is the
only report on Africa which applies a common analytical framework to every country,
every year. Produced by the OECD Development Centre, the African Development Bank and,
for the first time this year, the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, the
AEO is the essential reference on Africa. It benefits from the support of the European

6. ODI works on the contribution business can make to development

A major effort is needed to improve the contribution of business to development,
according to new ODI research. The role of business in development is a key theme for
ODI in 2008, and is the subject of three new ODI Opinions.

7. The World Bank Establishes a New Database on Grants
Supported by the Post-Conflict Fund and the LICUS Trust Fund

The Fragile and Conflict-Affected Countries Group has developed a Database of grants
financed by the Post-Conflict Fund and the Low Income Countries Under Stress (LICUS)
Trust Fund. The Database features basic information on each of the projects supported
by these two trust funds, including grant amounts, project components, recipients,
etc. It also includes brief summaries of project results and lessons learned, updates
on active projects, feature articles on noteworthy grant activities, and key documents
produced as part of project activities, including in-depth project evaluations. The
Database is accessible from the website of the World Bank Fragile and
Conflict-Affected Countries Group.

8. Training and Events

3rd Latin American Cluster Conference (3CLAC)
Chihuahua, Mexico, 27 May 2008

Internationalization of the Competitive Clusters: Which Strategies, Which Tools? Which
In cooperation with the German Kompetentznetze and under the high patronage of the
French Secretary of State for Trade and SMEs, Europa InterCluster is co-organising on
24 June in Limoges a conference on the internationalisation of clusters. This will be
an opportunity for cluster managers from all over Europe to relate their cooperation

5th Microfinance Training of Trainers: A Blended Distance Learning Course
The Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI) and the Tokyo Development Learning Center
(TDLC) of the World Bank are pleased to offer the fifth Microfinance Training of
Trainers (MFTOT) Course from 16 July to 30 October 2008. MFTOT is a unique blended
distance learning course which aims to enhance the knowledge of microfinance
practitioners and strengthen the institutional capacity of microfinance in the
Asia-Pacific Region.

The Housing Finance Summer Academy
20-25 July 2008 in cooperation with Housing Development Finance Corporation, India.
The Housing Finance Summer Academy focuses on providing practical knowledge and tools
in housing finance for successfully managing lending operations while picking up on
the newest development and best practices on the market.

Making Markets Work – a two-week training programme
Glasgow, UK, 13 - 23 Aug 2008, Springfield Centre
This unique programme focuses directly on a key challenge facing governments and
development agencies: how to make markets function more effectively for business and
for poor people? The programme builds on the Springfield Centre's successful record in
offering training on the market development approach to more than 700 people over the
last nine years. Closing date for applications is Wednesday 21st May 2008.

The Micro Banking Summer Academy
Preparation Course ''Microfinance Principles'' (22-24 August 2008)
Week 1 ''MFI Management in a Changing Environment'' (24-29 August 2008)
Week 2 '' Commercial Microfinance in a Competitive Environment”(31 Aug– 5 Sep 2008)

Building Inclusive Financial Systems: How Can Funders Make a Difference?
Dubrovnik, Croatia, 8-12 September 2008
Kigali, Rwanda, 10-14 November 2008 en français
This CGAP/MFMI course is tailored specifically to donors, investors, and policymakers
interested in keeping up with the rapidly evolving world of microfinance while gaining
practical skills in microfinance appraisal and performance-based management.

The 2008 WTO Public Forum ''Trading into the Future''
Geneva, Switzerland, 24 - 25 September 2008, WTO headquarters
Civil society representatives interested in organizing a session during this year's
Forum should fill out the Call for Proposals Form (available on the NGO page of the
WTO website).

Microinsurance Conference 2008
Cartagena, Colombia, 5-7 November 2008
There are many challenges in providing microinsurance. Low-income persons are
vulnerable to risks, but so far insurance has been accessible only to a few, often
through informal or mutual schemes. In most countries, commercial insurers have
largely stayed away from the low-income market, mainly because of high costs and small
premiums. Yet that is beginning to change, as new cost-effective models are emerging
to extend insurance to the poor.

9. Publications

Responsible enterprise, foreign direct investment, and investment promotion
Foreign direct investment (FDI) is widely considered to be a key factor in economic
development in middle and low income countries. Positively, it can be associated with
the introduction of new technologies, job creation, access to new markets and
improvements in the competitiveness of host countries. But too often, FDI has been
associated with environmental degradation, increased inequality, and lack of
integration with the local economy. A number of host country government departments
have a role in influencing the overall investment climate. Among them, Investment
Promotion Agencies (IPAs) are often players because they are in the front line of
targeting investors and marketing the country as a whole. This book brings together a
series of papers identifying opportunities for IPAs to attract FDI that is associated
with positive contributions to sustainable development and good corporate social
responsibility practices. The papers are written by IIED researchers and other
sectoral experts, multilateral organizations working closely with IPAs in attracting
FDI, and representatives of IPAs themselves. The book points to a number of
opportunities for IPAs in attracting FDI with good CSR practices and highlights key
leverage points and practical tools to achieve this. It is intended to provide a
primer for investment promotion agencies and pointers for approaches that could be
deployed in the future. By Annie Dufey and Maryanne Grieg-Gran. International
Institute for Environment and Development, 2008.

Commodity Dependence, Resource Curse and Export Diversification in Africa
The 12th edition of the African Development Perspectives Yearbook published in April
2007 by the Institute for World Economics and International Management (IWIM),
University of Bremen is entitled ''Africa - Commodity Dependence, Resource Curse and
Export Diversification''. It contains detailed analyses and development theory
perspectives on the challenges at the policy and economic level in managing the high
dependence on natural resources in numerous African states. The high resource
dependence of these countries coupled with poor handling of resource wealth,
especially with regard to resources of high geostrategic significance like oil, are
primarily responsible for the above problems.

Stepping up the ladder: how business can help achieve the MDGs
Business and development is the topic to watch and work on in 2008, as businesses
respond to sustained pressure to contribute to the MDGs. Maintain the pressure, manage
the engagement, and the prize is a new contribution by business to poverty reduction
and sustainable livelihoods: social welfare contributions and links to social
enterprises, yes, but also new procurement practices and new kinds of partnership with
local communities and local government. To understand the potential, think of business
engagement as a (short) ladder with three – possibly four – steps.

How to Design, Negotiate, and Implement a Free Trade Agreement in Asia
This ADB reference book is intended to be used mainly in present and planned FTA
training courses of the Asian Development Bank, to increase the knowledge and capacity
of officials who are active in designing, negotiating, and implementing FTAs. Building
on theories of international trade economics and the good‑practiceFTA experiences
accumulated by both front-runners and late beginners in this area, the book explains
important facts and benchmarks to be considered when preparing, negotiating, and
enforcing FTAs. Rather than going into the details of specific topics, this reference
book covers the overall FTA process and its main features.

OECD-DAC Glossary of Key Terms in Evaluation. Arabic, English and French
Evaluation is a field where development partners work closely together and need to use
a common technical vocabulary, despite widely differing linguistic backgrounds.
Accordingly, the OECD-DAC Network on Development Evaluation has developed a glossary
of key terms in evaluation and results-based management to help to clarify concepts
and to promote consistent use of common terms in these areas. The glossary was
originally published in 2002 in English, French and Spanish and has since been made
available in Chinese, Dutch, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, Russian, Kiswahili,
Turkish and Swedish. It has been very widely used and is now a standard reference. The
present publication now offers the glossary in Arabic, in a trilingual format with
English and French.

The 2008 Reader on Private Sector Development - Measuring and Reporting Results
Paper by Jim Tanburn, ITC, SDC
There is little information available about the impacts of programmes for private
sector development (PSD), mainly because programme goals are often very ambitious, and
impacts costly to quantify, relative to the resources available. Indeed, the cost of
measuring impacts is often classified as an ‘overhead’, to be kept to a minimum. Those
aiming to stimulate systemic change also point out that their work does not lend
itself to the mechanistic model of inputs-outputs-outcomes-impacts in conventional
thinking. Besides, practitioners would need to accept the methodology, and to be
rewarded for good performance, for results measurement to be adopted on a large scale.
However, current indicators in common usage, such as leverage (to be maximised) and
overhead (to be minimised), encourage perverse incentives and distract from the core
task of achieving developmental goals. The many self-published ‘success stories’ leave
most observers confused.

GTZ’s experience in value chain development in Asia: an external perspective
Value chain development has become an increasingly common focus for development
agencies over the last few years. GTZ’s experience in this sphere has also been
growing, both practically and conceptually. Practically, projects have been
implemented following best practices and approaches available. Conceptionally, the
''ValueLinks'' methodology, which is now accepted as the typical ''GTZ approach'', was
developed based on networking between GTZ supported programs in 3 continents and GTZ
headquarters. In order to gain more insight from the practical point of view, this
discussion paper was commissioned to examine and compare experiences made in the last
few years with differing approaches across a region. Focussing on five countries in
Asia - Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Vietnam - it aims to outline the
main characteristics of GTZ’s value chain work and identify the key challenges
emerging from this. In doing so, it seeks to contribute to learning within GTZ and in
the wider donor community. The paper is built on one key premise: that in working in
value chains GTZ’s interest is to achieve impacts that are large-scale and
sustainable, requiring systemic change beyond individual firms. It is structured
around a framework of issues and criteria for describing and assessing work in value
chains and the four key stages in value chain development work: initial selection and
analysis, strategies, detailed interventions and monitoring and evaluation.

Public-Private Partnership Models in TVET and their Impact on the Role of Government
This paper by Edda Grunwald looks at how public private partnerships (PPP) in
Technical and Vocational Education (TVET) have been used in developing countries such
as Egypt and Chile with support from the German Development Cooperation. The emphasis
is on the gains that can be made from such partnerships and the governance frameworks
that need to be in place in order for them to work optimally. The processes through
which each of these countries went in order to implement such systems are described in
some detail. The PPPs build on the experience of the German dual system of vocational
education and encompass the changing focus of donor support as articulated, for
example, in the Paris Declaration, to emphasise the need to support the policies of
partner countries. The most interesting aspect of the approach is the way in which it
combines an educational paradigm and an economic or pro-poor paradigm with the
intention of ensuring that traditionally marginalized groupings are able to earn a
reasonable income, contribute to economic growth and social cohesion.

Creating an enabling environment for for private sector development in Sub-Saharan Africa
This report discusses how the business environment in Sub-Saharan African can be
improved in order to foster enterprise development. Past efforts to boost private
sector development have shown disappointing results. This holds especially for the
orthodox structural adjustment programmes of the 1980s and 90s. But also the wide
array of support schemes by governments and donors aimed to strengthen specific
industries, groups of enterprises, or supporting institutions have rarely had a
significant impact. Although a few remarkable project successes exist, these mostly
remain isolated events with no country-wide outreach and no measurable effect on
aggregate economic growth.

This study provides an analytical framework to compare the different approaches,
making their underlying assumptions explicit and proposing a terminology to
distinguish different notions of the ‘business enabling environment’. It shows that
the Doing Business agenda is embedded in a neoclassical framework assuming that
markets work reasonably well if property rights and competition are guaranteed. The
agenda thus advocates minimal regulatory government intervention and a very limited
role for supporting particular economic actors. Especially important for Sub-Saharan
Africa, it presupposes a significant growth potential even for informal micro
enterprises if unfair regulations are abolished. This is in marked contrast to
neo-structuralist positions that emphasize market failure and the need for corrective
policies, especially to enhance competitive advantages and to support disadvantaged

Field Manual: Supporting Microfinance through Grants in Post-Crisis Settings
This DAI field manual offers guidance to small grant program managers on supporting
microfinance institutions (MFIs1) in countries recovering from conflict or natural
disaster through small, shortterm grants.2 These guidelines will help practitioners -
particularly those with limited experience in financial services - (i) determine if
investment in microfinance is appropriate given a number of environmental and
institutional factors, and (ii) outline options for supporting MFIs in postcrisis
environments through grants and other forms of technical assistance.

Regulating Transformational Branchless Banking: Mobile Phones and Other
This CGAP paper recommends a regulation to help in the advancement of branchless
banking. The note is based on research in seven countries from Asia, Africa, Central
Asia, Europe and Latin America.

Protecting the poor: A microinsurance compendium
This authoritative IKO compendium brings together the latest thinking of leading
academics, actuaries, and insurance and development professionals in the
microinsurance field. The result is a practical, wide-ranging resource which provides
the most thorough overview of the subject to date. The book allows readers to benefit
from the valuable lessons learned from a project launched by the CGAP Working Group on
Microinsurance analysing operations around the world. It also discusses the various
institutional arrangements available for delivery such as the community-based
approach, insurance companies owned by networks of savings and credit cooperatives and
microfinance institutions. The roles of key stakeholders are also explored and the
book offers insightful strategies for achieving the right balance between coverage,
costs and price.

Microfinance and Disaster Management
'This paper by Stuart Mathison enunciates policies and strategies to help MFIs prepare
for the impact of natural disasters. MFIs will be better placed to respond effectively
when a disaster strikes if they has worked through the issues, designed policies and
products, and negotiated collaboration with Disaster Management Agencies (DMAs),
before disaster strikes rather than in the midst of it.'

Microfinance in post-disaster and post-conflict situations: Turning victims into
The goal of this article by Marek Hudon and Hans Dieter Seibel is to study the role of
member-owned institutions (MOIs) in the provisions of the reparations for victims of
human rights abuses or reconstruction in post-conflict and post-disaster situations.

Data Download: 2007 CGAP Regional Funder Survey - Sub-Saharan Africa
In 2005, CGAP began surveying funders working in Africa to increase access to finance.
In 2007, despite an expected slight decline in global official development assistance,
CGAP's survey found that sub-Saharan Africa still draws attention from funders and aid
to increase access to finance continues to rise.

Doing Business: Women in Africa
This report from the World Bank profiles seven women entrepreneurs, describing reasons
for their success, as well as some of the legal, regulatory, and practical obstacles
they faced in expanding their business efforts. It also highlights reforms that can
level the playing field for women and create better business environments that benefit
both women and men. The report, the first in a series of regional studies, casts a
spotlight on seven women entre- preneurs in Cameroon, Rwanda, Senegal, South Africa,
Swaziland, Tanzania, and Uganda.

Market Development in Crisis-Affected Environments.
Emerging Lessons for Achieving Pro-Poor Economic Reconstruction
This SEEP paper presents the background to market development and then the background
to crisis environments. These chapters are included to ensure that market-development
and relief practitioners have a common understanding of frameworks, terminology, and
strategies. Chapter 3 presents the cases themselves in summary form, along with the
methodology used for gathering information. Chapter 4 presents a proposed framework
for carrying out market development in post-crisis settings. Chapter 5 identifies and
discusses the key challenges and issues raised by the practitioners submitting the
cases, and then presents lessons learned and recommendations emerging from the cases.
The latter are summarized in chapter 6. More detail of the cases is presented in the

Aid to Fragile States: Do Donors Help or Hinder?
The record of aid to fragile and poorly-performing states is the real test of aid
effectiveness. Rich countries can justify aid to fragile states both through altruism
and self-interest. But, with some exceptions, donors have appeared at the wrong times
and with the wrong attitudes, even sometimes undermining development progress. State
failure has dimensions of both will and capacity. Failure demands constructive
engagement by donors, in some cases to save people in weak states from their leaders,
and in all cases to save the states from circumstances which they cannot control. This
UNU-Wider paper examines the aid relationship with respect to three weak countries:
Burma, Rwanda, Zambia.

Women, gender and the informal economy: An assessment of ILO research and suggested
ways forward
This ILO discussion paper provides a review and analysis of the International Labour
Office’s (ILO) research on women, gender and the informal economy. In particular, it
compares and contrasts analytical and methodological frameworks used in various
studies; identifies research gaps and directions for future research; and pulls out
key findings that may assist concerned ILO units in taking action and formulating
policy directions.

Financial Arrangements in Informal Apprenticeships: Determinants and Effects
Findings from Urban Ghana
This ILO paper uses quantitative and qualitative data collected through a survey among
entrepreneurs and apprentices in micro and small enterprises in Accra, Ghana, to
analyse the financial arrangements in informal apprenticeships. It discusses the
relationship between the financing of apprenticeships and the financing of enterprises
in which the training takes place. It also examines the way apprentices finance
apprenticeship training. The findings suggest that masters commonly charge fees for
the training, either at the beginning (commitment fees) and or at the end (graduation
fee) of the training. The payment of an allowance to the apprentices (chop money) is a
widespread practice. Even if the amount of this allowance in the majority of cases
exceeds the amount of fees paid for the training, it would appear that the financing
costs of the apprenticeship (fees and living expenses) restrict poor youth from
entering and completing an apprenticeship. Finally, the paper presents potential entry
points for microfinance institutions to support and improve the quantity and quality
of apprenticeship training and ensure its positive contribution to youth employment.

Trade in the WAEMU: Developments and Reform Opportunities
This IMF paper provides an overview of trade reform in the West African Economic and
Monetary Union (WAEMU) since 1996 and a quantitative assessment of potential effects
on trade patterns and tariff revenue of the current reform agenda. Despite evidence of
significant trade complementarities within WAEMU, implementation of the union's
current trade regime still suffers from persistent non-tariff barriers and
administrative weaknesses. Based on an assessment of prospects for further trade
integration, the paper also recommends strengthening the implementation of the present
tariff union and supports the plan to extend it to all ECOWAS members. Finally, the
paper stresses that an Economic Partnership Agreement with the EU could bring to the
region the political momentum needed to address the weaknesses of the current trade
regime, while also underlining the corresponding challenges in terms of trade
diversion and tariff revenue losses.

Regional Economic Outlook: Sub-Saharan Africa
The region's prospects continue to be promising, but global developments pose
increased risks to the outlook. Growth in sub-Saharan Africa should again average
about 6½ percent in 2008 with oil exporters leading the way; meanwhile, growth in oil
importers is expected to taper off, though only modestly. With food and energy prices
still rising, inflation is projected to average about 8½ percent this year for
countries in the region, setting aside Zimbabwe. Risks in 2008 are tilted to the
downside, but the region is better placed today to withstand a worsening of the global

Value Chain Activities for Conflict-affected Populations in Guinea
This report is part of a USAID-funded research project using guided case studies to
explore whether and under what conditions the application of a value chain approach
can help accelerate growth in conflict-affected environments. This study uses the
value chain framework to look at an integrated community development initiative called
''Social and Economic Recovery through Community Development Initiatives'' (SER-CD).

The Role of Mass Media in Local and Regional Economic Development
This paper has been prepared by GTZ’s Employment-oriented Private Sector Development
Programme (EoPSD) in Abuja Nigeria as a result of work that it has embarked on in
media development and local economic development. This work has built on similar work
in other parts of Africa and focuses on developing radio programmes on business and
local economic issues. EoPSD has supported the launch of two local programmes focused
on the local economic issues of two northern states in Nigeria (Nasarawa and Niger
States) and is in the process of supporting a third station to develop business
programming. This has provided EoPSD with a working insight into the potential role of
mass media in supporting local economic development initiatives.

Local Economic Development Strategic Planning and Practice Casebook
As a practical product of the World Bank program, this LED Strategic Planning and
Practice Casebook seeks to help the reader understand municipal approaches to LED
strategic planning by identifying good practice in strategic planning methodology. The
Casebook serves as a collection of six local economic development strategies that
provide examples of good practice from across Europe and from the Cities of Change
network. The Casebook also contains good practice notes and comments.

Social and Ecological Market Economy Principles in German Development Policy
The guiding principles for the design of German Development cooperation are as follows:
1. Supporting the rule of law
2. Striving for broad-based growth
3. Strengthening the private sector
4. Improving conditions for the market economy
5. Making an economy viable for the future
6. Creating a social partnership
7. Shaping the economy based on ecological concerns
8. Ensuring equal opportunities

Are Estimates of Poverty in Latin America Reliable?
This One Pager questions the validity of the ‘one-dollar-a-day’ and
‘two-dollars-a-day’ measurements of poverty in Latin America. Alternatively, the
author argues, there are other methods that better capture the state of poverty.

The Vast Majority Income (VMI): A New Measure of Global Inequality
The UNDP authors Anwar Shaikh and Amr Ragab introduce a new worldwide measure of
welfare, which they call the Vast Majority Income (VMI). The VMI directly calculates
the per capita income of the first 80 per cent of the population. It combines
information on income levels and their distribution into a single measure.

Migration restrictions and the ‘brain drain’: The wrong response to an ill-defined
Is restricting migration an effective response to personnel shortages in the
developing world? And is the fear of a brain drain really justified? ODI Paper.

10. Websites of the Month

Africa Progress Panel
The aim of the Africa Progress Panel is to focus world leaders' attention on making
the most of the growing number of opportunities for progress in Africa. It will also
comment on the challenges African governments, the G8 and other international partners
face in meeting the commitments made towards Africa's development.

AGEG Consultants eG
AGEG is a consulting company operating worldwide with over 20 years of experience in
international development cooperation. AGEG Consultants eG is a registered cooperative
since 1989 and relies on the experience and expertise of its shareholders. AGEG
shareholders not only fulfil important corporate functions within the cooperative but
are also active as consultants in the field. Their Website was redesigned completely.
Individual consultants are invited to register.

Business for the Environment B4E
B4E, the Global Business Summit for the Environment, is the leading international
conference focusing on business and the environment. B4E 2008 will highlight the most
urgent environmental challenges facing the world today and discuss business-driven
solutions for mitigating and adapting to climate change. Important topics addressed
will include resource efficiencies, renewable energies, new business models and
climate strategies. Delegates will learn best practices for identifying and managing
the risks posed by climate change and uncover opportunities for developing competitive

Centre for technology, innovation and culture TIK – University of Oslo
The Centre studies production and dissemination of knowledge - broadly defined as the
development of and interaction between science and technology, innovation and
entrepreneurship - through inter-disciplinary linkages between the social sciences and
the humanities.

Changemakers - open sourcing social solutionsâ„¢
Changemakers is an initiative of Ashoka: Innovators for the Public that focuses on the
rapidly growing world of social innovation. It provides solutions and resources needed
to help everyone become a changemaker and presents compelling stories that explore the
fundamental principles of successful social innovation around the world.

This is a knowledge management project for international negotiations and related
activities on climate change run by the International Institute for Sustainable
Development (IISD).

Countdown 2010
A powerful network of active partners working together towards the 2010 biodiversity
target. As a partner, AGEG Consultants support projects and programmes towards
biodiversity conservation and improvement of local livelihoods world-wide in
collaboration with other partners (e.g. GTZ, KfW, WWF). AGEG also provides expertise
and collaborates with local NGOs in voluntary conservation initiatives in Germany with
specific attention to forest biological diversity.

Creating Sustainable Enterprise
Impact are global leaders in sustainable business transformation and people
development. Our learning journeys and training solutions inspire new thinking and
generate the meaningful dialogue needed to create and develop sustainable enterprise.
Impact help people work more effectively together. As experts in behavioural change
and leadership development, we work with organisations on their journey to becoming a
sustainable enterprise.

Development: Making it happen
As DFID publishes the Annual Report for 2008, here are some examples of the ways in
which the Department for International Development is working to help eliminate world

Find a Job in Africa
Africa's employment zone connecting employers, recruitment agencies and jobseekers.
The website was founded in 1999 by Africans on the conviction that African's problems
must be owned by Africans with the solution driven by African's. One of the challenges
was poor/lack of job opportunities to Africans as a result many the vast array of job
opportunities were not readily available to African's based inside and outside Africa.

Foreign Information by Country
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Forum Finances et Développement
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Greetings of Peace from the Islamic Society of North America


Imam Warith Deen Mohammed
1933- 2008

The Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) joins all Muslim Americans in condoling the demise of Imam Warith Deen Mohammed today.

Imam W.D. Mohammed, leader of The Mosque Cares, son of Clara and Elijah Muhammad, had the singular honor of leading a centripetal movement of his community into mainstream Islam.

Warith's father, Hon. Elijah Muhammad, was the leader of the Nation of Islam from 1934 to 1975, an organization that preaches a form of Black nationalism. Elijah Muhammad died on February 26, 1975.

After his father's death in 1975, Warith Deen Mohammed was accepted by followers of the Nation of Islam as their leader. With his new understanding, based on his lifelong study of the Qur’an and the life of Prophet Muhammad, he brought about many reforms, which brought the followers of the Nation of Islam closer to mainstream Islam and away from Black nationalism. During this journey, he renamed his organization a number of times; and finally The Mosque Cares.

Imam Mohammed who served on the ISNA Majlis ashShura, was a member of the first hajj trip sponsored by the MSA.

W.D. Mohammed gave the first invocation in the U.S. Senate ever by a Muslim. In 1993, he gave an Islamic prayer during the first Inaugural Interfaith Prayer Service of President Bill Clinton, and again in 1997 at the second Interfaith Prayer Service.

Imam Mohammed will be remembered as a bridge builder who worked across religious and ethnic lines to forge unity among people.

P.O. Box 38 Plainfield, IN 46168, USA | Phone: (317) 839-8157 | Fax: (317) 839-1840 Re:our condolence to late. Imams Family. may almighty allah rest his soul in eternal peace. aamin. INNA LILAHI WA INNA ILEIHI RAJUUN. Majid Alemi Junior,& Family. Vancouver, Western Canada.

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Name: aghadilbar Country: pakistan
Comments: Name: Agha Dilbar(deserves for the noble peace prize) see our message of peace in internet search Key Word: No-1 aghadilbar No-2 aghadilbar2 No-3 aghadilbar3 E-mail aghadilbar3 at the rate of Postal address:IRM(NGO)64-neelum,ait,Lahore,pakistan Location: Lahore, Pakistan, Phone No 0092427830084,Mobile 03334628349
Topic: Peace Comments Change the World with Peace and Prosperity 10-Million Urgent Peace letters to Head of States, UN, Parliaments, Political Parties, TV News Channels, International Newspapers, Magazines, Universities, Think tanks, Amnesty International , Welfare NGOs and Govt Contacts, all over the World Subject: Friendship, Progress and Prosperity for peace throughout the World I Agha Dilbar Founder International Revolution Movement have sent10-Million research Peace Letters to International Community from 11-September 2001(9/11) till today about War on Terror. *****************
Our NGO International Revolution Movement (IRM) has 3-Principles, Friendship, Progress and Prosperity all over the World. Our NGO, s programmed is for The Welfare of International Community and to save the Human Being from 3rd World War and World Terrorism. ****************I
Agha Dilbar have a Great Peace Plan for Kashmir, Afghanistan, Chechnya, Middle East, Iraq, Iran and Pakistan to stop and eliminate Suicidal Bomb Attacks and State Terrorism, all over The World. Some Powerful to occupy the oil resources of underdeveloped and weak countries of the world) World should remember that religion Islam is a religion of Peace Security, Fraternity and Love. We Muslims are not concerned with any sort of Terrorism; Terrorists are only using the name of Islam. Likewise people using the name of Islam to pretence are not Muslims. They are only Terrorists. I, Agha Dilbar on emergency ground want to present solid suggestions to International Community, regarding their policies on War against Terrorism, Can be saved from Economic Crisis, I should be given a chance to make Open Speech and Dialogue, on the leading TV News Channels to eliminate Poverty, Unemployment and Lawlessness(Sue side Bombing and State Terrorism) at International level. I am warning the International Community that according to my previous Research spread over a period of 7-years; it is evident that sufficient Intentional or Unintentional efforts have not been made to eradicate The Root Causes of Terrorism in all its forms and manifestations (Suicide Bombing, State Terrorism and Destructive Tendencies). As a result thereof it is quite possible that there may be dramatic hundred times (100%) Increase in the Incidences of Terrorism and Suicide Bombing in the near future. For the sake of World Peace, I therefore request the International Community to provide me an Opportunity to explain to them, the root causes of World Terrorism and Suicide Bombings as to take bold steps to put an end to its basic causes. In Nutshell instead of using Brute Force,(Through State Terrorism) try to solve the matter through Table Talk. I should convince those who are on the wrong track that they are their Well - wisher and are interested to develop Friendship for mutual Progress. In the Reward of my Sincere Services, I please am given a chance of Official Visit to Interested Countries for Elaborating my Great Peace Plan before the Head of States and other concerned Higher Authorities. Regards****************
Agha Dilbar Urgent Peace Letter No.2) Subject: Agha Dilbar request for a chance of Open Speech and Dialogue to World Community for Peace. We want Peace not War. I Agha Dilbar have a Great Peace Plan for the World Community. This is A Great Treasure for Humanity. After following my Great Peace Plan, War on Terror will fight through UN Principles. I request to all the Head of States, UN, Parliaments, Political Parties, TV News Channels, International Newspapers and Magazines, Think Tanks, Universities, Amnesty International And Welfare NGOs, Please invite me in your Countries, Institutions, TV Shows, Media Forums to give me a chance of Open Speech and Dialogue about my Great Peace Plan. Thanks .I am sure that my Great Peace Plan will protect the Impending 3rd world War. After following the instructions contained in my Great Peace Plan, People of The World become Prosperous and Developed according to the latest Scientific Era. I Agha Dilbar have a Great Peace Plan, which depends upon, Friendship, Progress and Prosperity throughout the World. I hope that World Community will favor my Great Peace Plan quickly. Please listen my voice of world peace. I Agha Dilbar am doing this great job after 9\11 sincerely, but there is no any responce.Supper Powers are fighting with poor countries in a dangerous gorilla war. In this way they are derstructructing the World Economy. In this gorilla war approximately 20-Thousand innocent persons are dying annually. Any question about my Great Peace Plan? Write directly to me. Thanks and Regards.
Agha Dilbar,s Urgent Peace Letter No. 3) Subject: Make the UN Peace Force strongest force of the World to save The World coming from on 3rd World War and State Terrorism, I Agha Dilbar warns the World Community that Israel should be Stopped from genocide and atrocities committed in Palestine and Labnan, In the wake of these Atrocities there must be more Suicidal Bombing and many other Horrible Incidences like 9/11 Attacks due to revenge, which can cause 3rd World War Any time.1) To begin the coming 3rd World War the owners of many Armament producing Factories are playing their roll very actively; so that they can get New Orders after the old stock get exhausted during the 3rd World War. I am putting on alert, UN, Head of States, Parliaments, Political Parties, TV News Channels, International Newspapers and Magazines, Universities, Think Tanks, Amnesty International, welfare NGO,s and Govt Contacts all over the World, that after The 3rd World War the Progress and Prosperity of all the Rich, Developed, Under Developed, Poor and Backward Countries of the World will become a dream In the wake of their Economic Crisis.3) Current Powerful, Rich and Developed Nations should keep in mind, That Even if they conquer the Weak Poor and Backward Nations their Armies will Have to face an upended Gorilla War in the occupied regions for the Next Five, Ten or Twenty Years, which might result in the destruction of? Their Defense Power and Economy. Here is a live example of Palestine, Kashmir, Chechnya, Afghanistan and Iraq.4) According to Agha Dilbar strategy, the entire giant disputes of the World Like Palestine, Kashmir Chechnya, Afghanistan and Iraq could only be solved Through UN Peace Force, after making it the strongest force in the World. I am positive that instead of using the wrong tactics of power in(State Terrorism and Concurring Weak Countries) solving The above mentioned disputes of the World, will try to solve these amicably Through Friendship, Progress and Prosperity can avert World Terrorism and 3rd World War.
Agha Dilbar,s Urgent Peace Letter No.4)Subject: Agha Dilbar,s request to Rich and Developed Nations not to crush Underdeveloped and Poor Nations with State Terrorism or by starting 3rdWorld War .As per my research the State Terrorism in Kashmir, Palestine, Chechnya, Afghanistan and Iraq may cause of 3rd World War and Hundred Times Suicide Bombing all over the World. My message to UN is to crush the State Terrorism through UN Peace Force in Kashmir, Palestine and Chechnya. Also in the war affected areas. UN Peace Force should make practical efforts to solve Disputes with Table Talk, through Friendship Progress and Prosperity; All over the World .I hope the UN would be successful by implementing my Great Peace Plan, Friendship, Progress and Prosperity in disputed countries all over the World. If UN failed to bring Peace in these countries then 3rd World War and World Terrorism would be resulting in death of 20-Million People and Complete destruction of World Economy. Remember as per my research the next 3rd World War would not be an Atomic War, but it will be fought through traditional newly invented Dangerous Weapons. There will be no doubt that Developed and Rich Countries Forces Equipped with newly invented Dangerous Weapons will win the 3rd World War. In case of starting 3rd World War, Developing Countries and their Survival Countries involved in the long Gorilla War for their survival. Resultantly the World Community will totally collapse. Therefore in view above stated positions, the Developed Countries, possessing Fatal Weapons Should, instead of conquering the Under Developed, Poor Countries by Force, May achieve the goal through Friendship, Progress and Prosperity with the help of UN, so that permanent World Peace should be brought.
Agha Dilbar s Urgent Peace Letter No.5) Subject: New Revolutionary Planning to eradicate the worst Economic Crisis at the International Level I Agha Dilbar present new revolutionary planning to the World Community to Eradicate the worst Economic Crisis. After the implementation of these Suggestions all the Developed Rich Countries and Underdeveloped Poor Countries will enter in a new golden era of Friendship, Progress andProsperity.1) According to new business strategy of Agha Dilbar, all the Developed and Rich Countries of Europe, America and Asia will contribute at the rate of1% of their Annual National Budgets as a free aid to the Underdeveloped, Poor Countries for their Education, Health and Agriculture projects.2) In future all the Developed Rich Countries will make a final Decision to Produce commercial loans in Agriculture, Industry, Trade and Education at The rate of 1% Interest.3) In future all the Developed Rich Countries of the World will get the50%Profit of all the commercial projects installed in Agriculture, Industry, Trade and Education fields, of poor and underdeveloped countries. Rest of the 50% profit will be spent on the welfare projects of Underdeveloped Poor Countries in the fields of Health, Education, Agriculture and Industry etc.4) Moreover Developed Rich Countries of the World will bound to pay 50% of their earnings in Gas, Oil, Electricity and in the projects of minerals like Coal, Steel, Jewels, Gold as royalty to the Underdeveloped Poor Countries of The World.5) In future Developed Rich Countries of the World will make a treaty Through BOOT, according to which Under Developed Poor Countries will Provide Free land on 20 years lease for the commercial projects in Agriculture, Industry, Trade and Education etc. Under the BOOT_ Treaty all the Investors of Developed Rich Countries will Hand Over their Business Assets, Buildings, Machinery and Transport to the Undeveloped Poor Countries after 20_Years Free of cast.5) after above said business strategy, introduced by Agha Dilbar in Future may avoid World Terrorism and 3rd World War on its implementation. This Plan requires the Rich Developed Countries to invest on big commercial Projects In the fields of Agriculture; Industry and Trade in Under Developed Poor Countries to promote Friendship, mutual Progress and Prosperity.
Agha Dilbar s Urgent Peace Letter No.6) Subject: Agha Dilbar Great Peace Plan to give the command of forces of All The countries UN Peace Force to decide War against any Terrorist Country.1) Under the resolution of UN Security Council, to control the coming 3rd World War and World Terrorism, to make the UN Peace Force the most Powerful Force of the World. Following rules and regulations will be acted upon.2) In future UN Peace Force would be given the command of forces of all The Countries and UN Peace Force will decide whether to wage a War against any Terrorist Country or not.3) In future UN Peace Force will be Independent to take any timely Action against Terrorist Country.4) Under the UN Security Council Resolution, UN will take the charge of all Armament Producing Factories of the World in future. And in the said Factories the production would be curtailed to 25% only, and the rest of 75%Production would take place in the form of Cars, Buses, Trucks, Tractors, Trains, Ships, Aero Planes and Latest Machinery.5) After tacking the charge of all the International Forces, UN Peace Force will convert 25% of army into UN Peace Force, and rest of the 75% will be? Be Appointed to build, Dams, Canals, Roads, Schools, Colleges, Universities, Hospitals, Sports Complexes, Heavy Industries and projects of Oil, Gas and Minerals. 6) UN Security Council will pass a resolution, under which it will take of all the Weapons of Mass Destruction into its custody and will dispose of gradually in future; peaceful use of Atomic Energy would be promoted in all the countries.
Agha Dilbar s Urgent Peace Letter No.7) Subject: The Powerful, Developed countries should not initiate the 3rd World War. The rich nations in spite of their victory will have to face the Destruction of their Defense Power and Economy in the Long Gorilla War.1) According to Agha Dilbar s research on War against Terrorism Rich and Developed Countries of the World should never take an emotional step of Initiating the War on the bases of their Defense and their EconomicPower2) If their exist such few Terrorist Countries, then to destroy such Countries War should be fought from the platform of UN Peace Force .3) Rich and Powerful Countries should remember that due to state Terrorism In Kashmir, Palestine, Chechnya, Afghanistan and Iraq the bloody events Like 9/11 could take hundred times in revenge.4) If Rich and Powerful Nations do not take a positive and strong step To Stop the State Terrorism in Kashmir, Palestine, Chechnya through UN Peace Force and instead they start aimless 3rd World War, then their would be Hundred Times more Suicidal Terrorist Attacks in revenge.5) According to Agha Dilbar s research, in the wake of 3rd World War, Twenty Crore innocent people will fall prey to death .6) In the wake of expected 3rd World War Rich and Powerful Nations in Spite of becoming victorious will have to face a worst Gorilla War in the Next 5, 10, 20 years, which will destroy the Defense and Economic Power of Victorious countries.7) According to Agha Dilbar s Research, World Terrorism and Suicidal Bombing Should be rooted out through UN Peace Force or through Table Talk.8) It is the best Advice to Rich and Powerful Nations from Agha Dilbar That Instead of staging 3rd World War they should keep the veneration of the Global village and its people and try to solve the disputed problems Through UN Table Talk and take the step of Friendship for mutual Progress and Prosperity.
Agha Dilbar s Urgent Peace Letter No.8) Subject: A New Plan of Agha Dilbar for solutions of disputes between Enemy Countries instead War or Terrorism and convert them to promote, Friendship Mutual Progress and Prosperity1) The disputed issues should be resolved through Table Talk instead of War or Terrorist Activities, between enemy countries.2) The enemy countries should launch mutual Cultural Shows on permanent basis.3) The disputed enemy countries start on large scale mutual Import /Export Facility on Barter Treaty.4) The Disputed Enemy Countries should provide mutual Scholarships to their Talent Students on equal basis.5) The disputed enemy countries should sign Mutual Pacts to construct Schools, Colleges, Universities and Hospitals for welfare purposes.6) The disputed enemy Countries should sign pacts for reducing the Arms and Engaging their Armies for construction of Dams, Canals, Highways, Bridges, Sports Complexes, Schools, Colleges, Universities, Hospitals, Airports, Sea Ports and Heavy Industries.7) The disputed enemy countries should co-operate to finish Terrorism In their countries on equal basis.8) The disputed enemy countries should start mutual Economic Programmed for giving Jobs to Doctors, Engineers, Mechanics, Electricians and Labor on equal basis in their countries.9) The disputed enemy countries should sign mutual pacts to construct Dams, Canals, Motorways, Bridges, Five star Hotels, Airports, Seaports and Heavy Industries. With the help of above Agha Dilbar plan the disputed enemy countries would be able to solve disputes and stop War and Terrorist Activities. Agha Dilbar s Urgent Peace Letter No.9 Subject: According to Agha Dilbar s research, what type of acute? Horrible and dreadful problems, World Community will have to face during and after The coming 3rd World War.1) If UN fails to avert the coming 3rd World War, which would be fought with Traditional Weapons, under these circumstances, World Community will have to Face the following expected terrible results.2) Powerful and Rich countries after making continuous attacks and Capturing At least eight countries within the next few months, the 3rd World War would start Formally and it will continue for the next one year.3) In the coming 3rd World War, the allies of Powerful Rich Countries would Be Hundred in Number, and the Weak and Poor Countries against these Would also be Hundred.4) In the coming 3rd World War, around 20-Million Innocent People would fall Prey to death, and about 50-Million people would get crippled.5) Due to the 3rd World War, about One Billion People homeless and Jobless after destruction of their cities, and they will have to live a Nomadic Life In the open places for the next 5, 10 or 20 years.6) During and after the 3rd World War there will be a 75% decline in The Business of Agriculture, Industry, Trade, Tourism, Import and Export in The Next 5 years.7) After the 3rd World War, there will be a chain of Bloody Revolutions In The Rich Develop Countries and Poor Underdeveloped Countries due to Inflation, Unemployment, Lawlessness and Corruption.8) To avert all these terrible consequences of the 3rd World War, I Agha Dilbar request UN and World Community to instead of making the Global Village a Fire, Terrorism and War, they should try to solve the burning Issues through Table Talk or UN Peace Force in a Friendly, Progressive and Prosperous way .
Agha Dilbar s Urgent Peace Letter No.10) Subject: A Grate Peace Plan for UN and International Community to save The World coming on 3rd World War I Agha Dilbar put a Great Peace Plan, War against Terror, for the sake of World Community. I appeal UN to act upon my Great Peace Plan Unconditionally for the sake of World Peace.1) All countries of the World should make the strongest UN Peace Force.2) UN Peace Force should be given full authorities for the sake of World Peace in Kashmir, Chechnya, Iraq, Afghanistan, Palestine, Sari lanka and Nepal etc where Peace Plan may be implemented war effected areas and all administrative authorities may allotted to the UN Peace Force till the Peace Restored completely4) I Agha Dilbar am afraid that the World Community may enter into the3rd World War, because of such disputes among the above mentioned Nations, are Acting may induce the bloody war. Which can increase losses of life and Economy Hundred Times?
Agha Dilbar s Urgent Peace Letter No.11) Subject: World Community must support the Great Peace Plan of Agha Dilbar to stop the horrible, dreadful 3rd World War and World Terrorism1) For stopping the 3rd World War, which may erupt as a result of? Retaliation in Philistine, Kashmir, Chechnya, Afghanistan and Iraq State Terrorism, the World Community should support Agha Dilbar s Great Peace Mission. For this purpose, peace rallies should be organized in all big Cities as the next 3rd World War may take 20 Million innocent human Lives, besides crippling 50 Million People and starving, homeless One Billion People in addition to carrying inherent danger of Economic Crises.2) The World Community should awaken International awareness for making The UN Peace Force as the strongest Peace Enforcing Body having its control over Armies of all UN Member Countries.3) Apparently, Agha Dilbar s Great Peace Mission is a weak but truthful Concept, which with the help of World Community will compel the strong And Superpower armies to surrender before UN.4) The World Community should keep in mind that their support of this Great Peace Mission will change the 3rd World War and World Terrorism into Friendship Progress and Prosperity then the World will enter into a new Golden era.
Agha Dilbar s Urgent Peace Letter No.12) Subject: Next 3rd World War is the Oil and Economic Interest War, which will Bring numerous International Revolutions between the Conquers and Concurred Nations1) World Community must remember that next 3rd World War is represented Religious War. Infect above mention war is the Oil and Economic Interest War.2) Next 3rd World War is the Oil and Economic Interest War, which will bring Numerous International Revolutions between the Conquers and Concurred Nations.3) International Anti-war demonstrations will play historic role to Stop the 3rd World War.4) The beginning of 3rd World War will prove strong grip of bureaucracy on the Democratic Institutions.5) The suspension of 3rd World War will crush the strong grip of International Bureaucratic Institutions.
Agha Dilbar s Urgent Peace Letter No.13Subject: Agha Dilbar,s Practical Steps for Peace Mission and International Community Awareness1) All the vehicles throughout the World should affix a sticker saying "Peace not War"2) Posters with the same slogan," Peace not War" should be displayed at all Public Places, like Shops, Showrooms, Hotels, Restaurants, Clubs, Schools, Colleges, Hospitals and Factories.3) World famous Singers, TV, Film and Stage Artists should present Songs, Stage Shows, Dramas and Films with this theme," Peace not War"4) World Fame commercial and industrial organizations, Banks, Mills, Import Export and Insurance Concerns should advertise with this slogan: "Peace Not War"5) At International Level, Amnesty International and all the welfare NGO,S should organize public rallies of "Peace not War"6) The affected classes of World would be affected, 3rd World War, like Laborers Farmers Students, Women and Children should hold rallies in support of" Peace not War"7) The Social and Political Activists Teachers, Advocates, Politicians Intellectuals, World Famous Players and Social Workers should send E-mails(With a copy through International News Papers and Magazines) for Stoppage of War to those Head of States who are preparing for War.(USA,Colation Forces and Nato Forces). 8) According to Agha Dilbar s Thesis, the only solution for preventing The Next 3rd World War is that the UN should be converted into the Worlds Strongest Peace Force instead of baseless speech forum.
Agha Dilbar Urgent Peace Letter No.14Subject: To stop the 3rd World War all the Anti-War Countries should make use full strongest Media Radio, TV, Internet and Newspapers1) Anti-War Countries should make appeal for Peace not War the peace Loving People of the World.2) Anti-War Countries should prove their propaganda; the Superpowers of the World are fighting for the security of their wrong Economic, Oil and Power Interest.3) Anti-War Countries should tell to the people of the World through their Media that next 3rd World War will become the cause Death of Twenty Million Innocent People and make Fifty million People disabled.4) Anti-War Countries should tell the International Community that next 3rd World War will become the cause of One Billion People Homeless and Unemployed. In this way they will live in Nomadic Life for the next 5, 10 or20 years.5) Anti-War Countries should tell the International Community that next 3rd World War will become the collapse of 75% International Business of Agriculture, Commerce, Industry, Tourism and Import Export. In this way all Rich and Poor Countries of the World will become the cause of Inflation, Unemployment Lawlessness and Corruption with consequences of Bloodshed.
Agha Dilbar,s Urgent Peace Letter No.15Subject: A few Powerful Developed Countries want to Enforce Law of Jungle (Might is Right) after Conquering the World, International Community should Stand against it, Like an Iron Wall1) For controlling the Oil Resources of World, a few Developed Countries are Planning to enslave the International Community through next 3rd WorldWar.2) World Community should resist this move of Powerful Countries, who are Launching 3rd World War through false propaganda of Terrorism and Weapons of Mass Destruction.3) The recent announcement of these countries has proved their Falsehood That they will not hesitate to form a new International Organization, if UN Security Council does not support their War Mission.4) The World Community must continue Peaceful Rallies for stopping the 3rd World War, so that 20-Million People can be sued from Death, 50-Million From being Crippled and One Billion from Starvation and becoming Homeless.5) The World Community should act upon Agha Dilbar s Great Peace Plan by Establishing Anti-War Peace Force under UN Control.6) Agha Dilbar appeal to International Newspapers, Magazines and TV News Channels that my Great Peace Plan is printed / broadcast on urgent Basis, so that World Community must know it for stopping the 3rd World War.
Agha Dilbar,s Urgent Peace Letter No.16) Subject: Stop War against Iraq(and Afghanistan) for the World s Peace). 1 Agha Dilbar am warning the Developed Powerful Countries to stop the War against Iraq(and Afghanistan) which can Cause of next 3rd World War any time.2) UN to make strong action to stop the War against Iraq or UN will Break any time.3) World Community should start Peaceful Demonstrations immediately against War on Iraq(and Afghanistan) otherwise 6-Billion People will become the victim of Worst Economic Crisis.4) Developed Powerful Countries after winning the War against Iraq(and Afghanistan) will be Engaged in long Gorilla War next 5, 10 or 20 years which will destroy their Defense and Economic Power.5) If the present War against Iraq(and Afghanistan) continues 100% Suicidal Attacks can Take Place in Revenge.6) To stop the present Iraq War, it is Agha Dilbar s Great Peace Plan UN Peace Force goes in Iraq immediately for World Peace.7) In case War against Iraq continue, there can be 100% Increase World Terrorism and Suicide Attacks which can cause the complete destruction of International Economy.
Agha Dilbar,s Urgent Peace Letter No.17Subject: World Community must help War Effected, Injured Iraqis1) Agha Dilbar appeals to UN, Head of States, World Red Cross that on Humanitarian grounds practical steps should be taken to help thousands of War Effected Iraqis.2) World Community should send Doctors, Nurses and Medicines to Iraq on Large scale and on Urgent Basis.3) Immediate Food is needed for thousands of War Effected Iraqis.4) Immediate steps should be taken for provision of Employment Resources to Hundred of Thousands of People in War affected Iraqis.5) UN and Red Cross Aid distributing Teams should be immediately sent to Iraq.6) Human Rights Missions should be sent to Iraq for inspecting Prisoners of War are being dealt according to Geneva Convention or not.7) UN Network should be immediately established in Iraq for Distribution of Aid, Medicines, Food, Drinking Water and Tents etc.8) Agha Dilbar specially appeals to all Muslim Countries and International Welfare NGO,s that immediate help to Iraqis be given in shape of Food, Medicines and Tents etc.
Agha Dilbar,s Urgent Peace Letter No.18) Subject: Collation Forces after ceasefire in Iraq must go back to their Homeland, in other case Collation Forces after conquering Iraq will Back to Their countries with hundred thousand Dead bodies (Research by Agha Dilbar 1) After horrible and dreadful bombardment of Collation Forces in Iraq the Worst sentiments of International Community can take place against Collation Forces all over the World.2) Continuous horrible and dreadful War in Iraq will cause deaths of 10-Laks Iraqis and one lack Collation Forces in a long Gorilla War.3) Agha Dilbar advise Collation Forces they should not conquers Iraq for Iraqi Oil, in this way they can loose their Defense Power and Economy.4) Collation Forces can conquers Iraq after killing 10-Laks Iraqis, in Consequences, 100% Suicide Attacks can burst throughout the World against Collation Forces.5) Collation Forces decision to double their army in Iraq for their Victory will prove them a next Vietnam War.6) Collation Forces, keep in mind that Palestine,Labnan, Chechnya, Kashmir, Afghanistan, Iraq ,Pakistan and Iran cannot solve with Brute Force, in this way 9/11Type Incidences can take place against Collation Forces all over the World.7) Above-mentioned international disputes, Collation Forces should solve these disputes with the help of UN Peace Force, through Friendship, Progress and Prosperity.
Agha Dilbar urgent Peace Letter No.19) Subject: According the rule of Might is Right, Collation Forces Conquered Afghanistan, Iraq and than threatened Pakistan, Syria, Iran and North Korea.1) Collation Forces are blaming Syria, Iran and North Korea to Collecting Weapons of Mass Destruction and Terrorism.2) Now Collation Forces have started horrible and dreadful planning to Attack Syria and than Iran for their oil Resources interest.3) UN can become helpless, if Collation Forces kept on capturing many Weak and Undeveloped Countries one by one.4) Collation Forces want to make slave all the countries of the World with The new Jungle Law. (Might is Right) 5). World Community should Convert such Collation Forces to UN Peace Force as Strongest force of the World.6) Peace Loving people of the World should solve their disputes not with Brute Force and Terrorism. They should solve their differences through Friendship Progress and Prosperity with the practical help of UN Peace Force.
Agha Dilbar Urgent Peace Letter No.20) Subject: The dream of Collation Forces to enforces Law of Jungle in World through use of power/cruelty will be resisted by World Community, as People all over the World have arisen and by becoming united they will crush Collation Forces in Iraq.1) For capturing oil resources of Iraq, the Collation Forces have started Aggression and worst bombing. People all over the World should condemn It.2) The aggression and cruelty, which the Collation Forces have started In Iraq is a plan to enslave the poor and weak nations. The World Community should take practical steps to stop this in Iraq.3) Agha Dilbar advises the Collation Forces that World can be conquered through Friendship, Progress and Prosperity instead of aggression and Cruelty.4) The dangerous plan of Collation Forces to dissolve UN, which they have Prepared under influence of force, barbarity and cruelty, UN should Resist It with the help of World Community.5) The Collation Forces, for capturing oil resources of Iraq have started Mass Killings of thousands of Iraqis. Iraqi soil will revenge it and The World Super Power will get humiliating defeat like Russians in Iraq.6) World Community must condemn the false propaganda of Collation Forces that they are doing it for freedom of Iraqi people.7) The Collation Forces must remember that in retaliation to state Terrorism against Philistine People, a tragic incident like suicide attack of 9/11Took place. It is possible that in revenge of aggression in,Labnan, Afghanistan , Iraq, and now in Pakistan. Many such like incidents may reoccur and never ending process may start.
Agha Dilbar's Urgent Peace Letter No.21Subject: The Collation Forces through massive War Power trying to Enslave of Poor World. How to stop them? 1) Recently the Collation Forces have started War in the name of Iraqi Freedom its only solution is that the World Community by making a UN Peace Force the most powerful body should take immediate steps to control the Plot of Collation Forces for starting 3rd World War.2) The World Community, through powerful media, i.e. Radio, TV Internet, Newspapers, Magazines, should start media propaganda for Public Opinion building.3) The World Community through Economic Boycott of Collation Forces, should Hit their Economies through Media.4) The War Crimes of Collation Forces in Iraq should be made public Through Media.5) The World Community should move to Intl Court of Justice against Collation Forces for damage to Iraq, People of Iraq and for withdrawal from Iraq.6) The Poor Countries, especially those with Oil Resources who will be First Targets of imperialist motives of Collation Forces, should start Campaign Through UN and other international Forums for their immediate Withdrawal and Establishing Democratic Govt in Iraq.
Agha Dilbar's Urgent Peace Letter No.22Subject: A new plan by Agha Dilbar to curb World Terrorism, Suicidal Attacks And for permanent restoration of Peace.1) The present strategy of Collation Forces to fight against World Terrorism and for stopping of Suicidal Attacks by attacking on Poor Countries, is resulting in further 100% Terrorism.2) The sufferings people of Poor Countries, massive killings of their Innocent people, loss of proprieties and source of livings is making them Customized to Suicidal Attacks.3) This strategy of Collation Forces to attack on Poor Countries one by one In the name of curbing Terrorism, may result outbreak of 3rd World War at any time.4) The Collation Forces must remember that their continuous attacks on Poor Countries are generating Bloody Rebellions, Civil Wars and long Gorilla Wars with possibility of devastating World Economy.5) According to Agha Dilbar's Great Peace Plan, the Collation Forces And all Countries of the World should hand over their Army High Command to UN_PeaceForce.6) According to this Great Peace Plan proposed strongest UN_ Peace Force of the World should resolve International Disputes (As such Kashmir, Philistine, Chechnya. Afghanistan, Iraq and Pakistan etc.) Through Friendship Progress and Prosperity instead of Military Actions for curbing Terrorism and Suicidal attack.
Agha Dilbar,s Urgent Peace Letter No.23 Subject: Agha Dilbar s new plan "United States of the World"(USW) should Immediately adopt this Plan for Defense of Poor Nations and Welfare of Their People.1) The World Community with the help of France, Germany, Russia, Japan, China, other European, Asian, Arab, African, States should form an Institution like Nato and European Union.2) The Headquarter of this proposed Institution (USW) should be based at France , Germany or China and its Head should be elected annually through Voting of Member States.3) This Institution (USW) will take all actions including Military, Economic, Industrial, Agricultural, Commercial, Educational and Cultural under the Principles of UN.4) USW will ensure Regional Safety and Defense of its Member States.5) USW will take immediate and practical steps for assurance of Single Currency.6) By abolishing Travel Restrictions, USW will encourage Tourism among Member States.7) USW will encourage Free Trade by abolishing Tariffs.8) For Economic, Industrial Agricultural Commercial and Educational Development of its Poor Member States, USW will provide technology and Confessional (at the rate of 1%) Long Term Loans.9) USW will establish Schools, Colleges, Universities, Hospitals, and Sports Complexes, Motor Ways, Dams, Canals and heavy Industries in its Poor Member States.10) USW will take measures to control Environmental Pollution in its Member States.11) USW will resolve Regional Disputes of its Member States through Table Talk, Friendship, Progress, Prosperity instead of War and State Terrorism.12) USW will take steps for reduction of Armaments and Atomic Weapons throughout the World.13) The Member States of USW will establish common banks, Airlines and Shipping Companies.14) For making Brotherhood among USW member States, Govt Level Concessions will be provided to Cultural Groups for Traveling, Hoteling and Entertainment Shows.
Agha Dilbar Urgent Peace Letter No.24Subject: Collation Forces should remember that by their conquest of Poor Countries People of the World, instead of getting Peace, will become Victim of Suicide Attacks.1) By following Agha Dilbars principles of Friendship, Progress and Prosperity the World Community can establish permanent Peace in theWorld.2) Instead of relying on Supper Powers, the World Community should Hand Over, Command Forces of all countries to UN Peace Force, after making It the Mightiest War Power. In this way the UN should be the Global Village Supper Power.3) USA, UK, Russia, India and Israel must remember that use of Indiscriminate and continues State Force in Afghanistan, Iraq, Chechnya, Kashmir and Palestine will result in 100% Increase in Terrorism instead of Curbing it.4) The Collation Forces must forgo their dream of Capturing the World Through use of Force(just like Napoleon etc) they should remember that in this age of I.T. when World Is becoming A Global Village, the outdated rule of "Might is Right" of Previous 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th Centuries will not successes.5) I Agha Dilbar sincerely believe that only by adopting Principles of Friendship, Progress and Prosperity the Dream of World peace will Become a Reality after 5, 10, 50,100 years.6) The Collation Forces should not be mistaken that they will become a Cause of Peace and Progress after Conquering Poor Countries one by one; Rather Suicide Attacks World Over including Collation Countries, long Gorilla Wars will destroy World Economy.7) Collation Forces also remember that controlling World Terrorism by Enslaving Poor Countries (as Afghanistan and Iraq and now in Pakistan etc) Through War Machinery, killing of thousands innocent people, destruction of cities and Villages and eliminating employment sources, a new greater series of Suicide Attacks has started which can be controlled by abandoning use of Brute Force.8) World Community, Collation and Nito Forces, UN and Head of States all over the World Powerful Media, Radio, TV, Inter Net, Newspapers, Magazines should Propagate Principles of Friendship, Progress and Prosperity for Establishing of World Peace.9) Collation and Nito Forces must remember that capturing Poor Countries one by one will start 3rd World War. Collation Forces overseas consists of 2 Million Army, Fighters, Aircrafts, Navel Ships, Airfields, Latest Destructive Armaments, Is destroying World Economy. In retaliation to this, a never-ending Chain of Suicide Attacks will start engulfing the whole World Economy, Especially in USA, Europe, Africa, Middle East, Asia and Australia.10) UN must stop This Indiscriminate Use of Force by Collation Forces of the World it will have to face a fate like its predecessor the "League of Nations".10)The Collation Forces should not forget that naked use of Military Force The World Over is 100 times destroying World Peace and Economy. For get Rid of World Terrorism and Suicidal Attacks, only Principles of Friendship, Progress and Prosperity can make this World a Haven.
Agha Dilbar's Urgent Peace Letter No.25Subject: The World Community has started March towards Peace in the Light of Agha Dilbar's Principles of Friendship, Progress and Prosperity.1) It is a pleasant news that Pakistan-India are preparing for talks to resolve Kashmir Dispute.2) Israel and Philistine are going to hold talks as per President Bush's Road Map instead of War and Suicidal Attacks.3) Russia has also agreed for talks with Chechens Gorilla Fighters.4) Keeping in view these facts and for strengthens peace process in the World. Agha Dilbar Appeals to Collation Forces and Nito to gradually withdraw From Afghanistan and Iraq and under an International Agreement, UN Peace Forces should be deployed there till Normalcy.5) India, Israel, Russia, USA and UK must remember that as per research of Agha Dilbar in present Global Village Age, Peace is not possible by Conquering Weak countries on the pretext of Weapons of Mass Destruction and by State Terrorism, Mass Killings and destruction of Means of Production, rather use of Brutal Force will increase Suicide Attacks 100 Times resulting in Failure of World Economy.
Agha Dilbar's Urgent Peace Letter No.26 Subject: UN Peace Force should be displaced till Restoration of Peace In Internationally Disputed Arias of Kashmir, Palestine, Chechnya, Afghanistan and Iraq.1) As per Research of Agha Dilbar for stoppage of Guerilla War in Internationally Disputed Arias like Kashmir, Palestine, Chechnya, Afghanistan and Iraq and for fully resolving other disputes. These Disputed Areas should be put under control of UN Peace Force.2) After taking control these disputed areas and bringing Army, Police and Administration under Command of UN Peace Force should resolve all Issues Through Table Talk in the light of Principles of Friendship, Progress And Prosperity.3) UN Peace Force after taking charge of Kashmir, Palestine and Chechnya, Will order Indian, Israeli and Russian Armies to Vacate these Disputed Areas.4) Similarly it will Order Nito and collation forces to Withdraw from Afghanistan and Iraq and go back to their Homeland.5) UN Peace Force, after taking Control, will conduct Free and Fair Elections in Afghanistan and Iraq within 2-years and will Handover Govt to Winning Political Parties. However UN Peace Force will remain there Till 3-years for full Restoration of Peace.6) According to Proposed Plan of Agha Dilbar, UN Peace Force will Remain in Deployed in Kashmir, Palestine and Chechnya for 5-years after signing of Peace Agreements Disputed Parties Groups and it is expected Normalcy will Return that Period.7) It is hoped that UN Peace Force will succeed getting rid of Long Gorilla Wars and Suicide Attacks in the lights of Golden Principles of Friendship, Progress and Prosperity with the help of UN Peace Force.
Agha Dilbar, s Urgent Peace letter No.27) Subject: UN Security Council, through a Resolution for permanent World Peace will Order to Reduce 75% in the Defense Budgets of all Countries.1) UN at the International Level will Order the following Solid Steps To Maintain Peace and the Removal of Poverty.2) Under UN Orders, all the Nations of the World will renounce officially in the Reduction of their Defense Budgets 75%.3) Under suggested Defense Budget Plan, all the States will Reduce 75% In Their Armies Sea, Air War Fare in the Production and Buying of Ammunition. According to Suggested Agha Dilbar s Revolutionary Plan, all the Nations will be bound to spend their Savings made by Reduction of 75% in their Defense Budget in the following Plans. A) According to UN Order all the States will be bound to Provide Free Medical Aid Facilities to each and every Person. B) According to UN Orders all the Govt,s. Will Provide Free Education Facilities to each Person in future. C) According to UN Orders all the Govt,s. will Provide UN Employment Allowance to each Person till the age of 60-Years.D) According to UN Order all the Govt,s. Will Provide Old Age Allowance To Each Person after 60-Years till Death. E). According to UN Order all the Govt,s. Will Provide 20-Years Soft Bank Housing Loans to each Person. F) According to UN Orders all the Govt,s. Will provide at the rate of1%Interest Bank Loans for Trade, Agriculture and Industrial Projects.
Agha Dilbar, s Urgent Peace Letter No.28Subject: Throughout the world, UN should install, autonomous Institutions, UN Privatize Commissions (UNPC) to remove Poverty, Unemployment andCorruption.1) To privatize all the Govt Institutions in a transparent manner, Under the following rules and regulations of Autonomous Institutions will be Established.2) Suggested Institutions (UNPC) in all the countries will perform their duties as autonomous bodies.3) All the Executive Employees of suggested institutions (UNPC) will be recruited on Merit from other countries.4) Suggested Institutions (UNPC) during the next 5-years shall Privatize all the Banks, Water and Power, big Industrial Projects Health, Education, Agriculture and City Corporations etc in a Transparent Manner.5) Throughout the world all the countries will not Privatize their Defense. Currency and Telecommunication. And they will run under Govt Control.6) Suggested Institutions (UNPC) shall be Privatize on such terms and Conditions that they will have to carry the same Businesses. In case of Violation of Rule, UNPC will take back these Institutions without any Payment.7) Suggested Institutions (UNPC) shall be bound to sell all the Govt And Semi-Govt Institutions through their Stock Exchange in Shares.8) To bring forth the Suggested Institutions (UNPC) Decisions shall be Taking By Voting in the UN General Assembly.9) By establishing the Suggested Institutions (UNPC) at the International Level, the Privatization of all Govt and Semi-Govt will help in Alleviating the Poverty, Unemployment and Corruption all over the world.
Agha Dilbar's Urgent Peace Letter No.29Subject: According to UN Security Council Order, all countries would Allocate at the rate of 2% of their National Budget for UN Development Fund (UNDF).1) Suggested UNDF would be used for the following Development Programmed to Eradicate Poverty and Unemployment from the Developing, Backward and Poor Countries.2) Through UNDF Dams, Canals, Railways, Motorways, Heavy Industry and Five star Hotels will be built in the Backward and Poor Countries.3) UNDF will be spent on Oil, Gas and Mineral Projects in Backward and Poor Countries.4) UNDF will be spent on Schools, Colleges, and Professional Institutes, Universities, Hospitals and Sports Complexes will be Constructed in Backward and Poor Countries.5) Under Suggested UNDF Latest agriculture Farms, Poultry Farms, Cattle Farms, Fish Farms and Export Processing Zones would be built in Backward and Poor Countries.6) Suggested UNDF would be spent on Population Planning in Backward and Poor Countries.7) Suggested UNDF would be install Airways, Banks and Shipping Companies In Backward and Poor Countries.8) Under UNDF following Basic Industries would be installed in Backward and Poor Countries.1. Steel Mills 2.Car, Bus, Truck, Tractor industries 3.Textile Industry 4. Tires, Tubes and Shoes Industry 5. Medicine Laboratories 6. Engineering Industry 7.Electronic Industry 8. Computer Industry 9.Dry Milk Industry 10. Tin Pack Fruit Industry.
Agha Dilbar, s Urgent Peace Letter No.30) Subject: To abolish Kick Backs at International Level, UN Anticorruption Commission (UNAC) should be established.1) Under the UN Resolution UN Security Council would be established, UN Anticorruption Commission (UNAC).2) Suggested (UNAC) would be authorized at the International Level to Take Stern preventive measures to control the Contacts of Kick Backs.3) Suggested UNAC would be authorized to take Hand over the Kick Back Cases Of Govt Officials, Ministers, Govt Contractors and Head of States to The International Court of Justice.4) Suggested UNAC would be authorized to charge Govt and their Head of States who would be found guilty of taking Kick Backs in the big Govt Contarcts.5) Suggested High Power International Institution (UNAC) would Confiscate All the Black Money made through Un-Fair Means, and giving all such Cases of Inappropriacy to International Court of Justice, it would help in Awarding The severe punishments to all Head of States, Ministers, High Officials, Smugglers and Traders who are found guilty in Corruption.6) Through the suggested UNAC, by eradicating Kick Backs and Black Money, it Will keep to remove Poverty, Unemployment and Terrorism immediately Throughout the World. Please Note: Donate Funds for International Peace Campaign for conveying message of Peace through Friendship Progress and Prosperity by International Revolution Movement, in a better way 1000-Time more. We need Funds urgent basis. Please Send your Donations through on line bank Account:----------------------------------------- Routing Instructions through Standard Chartered Bank Pakistan Ltd Routing of******** US$******** incoming payments Bank name:Standred Chartered Bank Pakistan Ltd Address:oprations building I.I Chundrigar Road Karachi.PO box No 5556 Pakistan Swift code;SCBLPKKX Correspondent Bank: Standard Chartered Bank ,One Madison Ave,Newyork,NY 100103603 Nostro A/Cno:3582050996001 Swift Code : SCBLUS33
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Hollywood Producers Sued over Idi Amin's Cannibal Portrayal

Hollywood Producers Sued over Idi Amin's Cannibal Portrayal
By WENN | Tuesday, August 23, 2005
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HOLLYWOOD - Producers of new movie The Last King of Scotland are reportedly being sued by
the family of late Ugandan President Idi Amin over the persistent allegations of

cannibalism leveled at the leader in the film.

The movie--which stars actor Forest Whitaker as the powerful

Amin's son Taban Amin confirms the family is planning to sue for

defamation for the dictator's depiction eating human flesh, arguing they never

granted permission for their father's name or image to be used.

Amin says, "These actors have been depicting my father as eating people. I

was with him for many years, but I never saw any human flesh. They had to contact the family, period. No one can just go and start filming about George Bush without the family's consent."

The movie is based on Giles Foden's best-selling novel of the same name--with the title referring to Amin's stated desire to take over from Britain's Queen Elizabeth II as monarch of Scotland. The drama--which also stars X Files actress Gillian Anderson--is scheduled to hit screens next July.

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At the entrance of a bank, I bumped into Adam, an old acquaintance. Adam beamed at me with undisguised joy. When I inquired about the cause of that infectious smile, he replied, "Tariq, there's gonna be a Hausawi in the White House! Can you just believe that?"
"You mean Barack Obama, Adam?"
"Yes, Tariq," he gushed, the smile on his face bigger than ever.
"But Obama's roots are Kenyan. And as far as I know, the Hausawis are a tribe from Nigeria. Although both are from African countries, they are certainly not one and the same."
"You don't understand, Tariq. The tribe of Hausawis is all over Africa.. They have blood and family ties across the continent. Each country there boasts that it has links to the Hausawi blood. Look, I am a Saudi, but also a Hausawi. We are everywhere, don't you see?"
"But that still doesn't qualify you to be Obama's cousin, Adam, does it? Granted, Nigeria has over 370 tribes and I suppose some have moved across territorial boundaries, but linking yourself to Obama would stretch it a bit, don't you agree? Africa has over 60 countries and you are telling me the Hausawis are in each one of them? And since you are a Saudi now, why not declare that there is a Saudi in the White House? Doesn't it sound a bit absurd?"
Disappointed that I was not buying into his theory, Adam countered by saying that Obama was black and African like him and that was enough reason for his to feel joyous.
"OK, I grant you that, Adam. But please don't go around proclaiming Obama to be your long lost cousin, one, twice or third removed; otherwise people will start wondering about the state of your mental stability.
"And you know what, Adam? I have just read a report in the Times of London that there are about 8,000 Bedouin tribesmen in northern Israel who claim to be the lost tribe of Barack Obama. Their sheikh in the small village of Bir Al-Maksour in the Israeli region of Galilee, Abdul Rahman Sheikh Abdullah, a 53-year-old local council member, says he has evidence that he and his family are linked by blood to the new US president.
"And unlike you Adam, the Sheikh has written to the president-elect explaining the family connection and is hoping to present the evidence in the form of pictures and papers in person once Obama moves to the White House."
"Maybe I should write to him too, Tariq. What do you think?"
"Maybe you should, Adam, but don't hold your breath waiting for a reply. And good luck. I have got to go now."
While driving away, I mused over the conversation with Adam. Although I felt he was so far off base with his claims, I had to accept that Obama's election to the presidency of the United States has made people all over the world happy. It is as though they think he will realize all their aspirations. Masses have readily identified themselves with him for whatever reasons.
Whether it is his race, ethnicity or whatever, Barack Obama had trounced the white-dominated establishment in worldwide polls conducted prior to the election. People everywhere identified with this slim Kenyan-born presidential hopeful. This universal Obama fever could be linked to his message of change, one that may have given hope to people everywhere on this planet..
Granted, Obama is an American, first and foremost, and his first call of duty would be to address and resolve the economic mess the country finds itself in today. His activities will be intensively scrutinized as he is black. But he is also a man of vibrant colors to those living outside his country's borders.
It augurs well for the image of the US so badly tarnished in the last eight years. But Obama's victory also carries a great responsibility. And that is to instill the true sense of democracy in his administration's dealings with the outside world and keep away from the demands of special interest groups that had literally isolated his country in the world.
George W. Bush's message of war must quickly give way to a message of peace. Now is a time for diplomacy, not mayhem. American tentacles of aggression beyond its borders should be reined in. Otherwise Adam and millions of others, Americans or others, would quickly lose their cheer.


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Hello Everyone,

I hope your weekend is going great.

Some of you might be aware that a genuine effort is being made to organize and hold a Dinner/Meeting of all Canadians of Ugandan origin and residing in the Lower Mainland on Sunday November 30th at 4:00 p.m. The meeting is scheduled to take place at the Our Lady of Mercy School Gymnasium located at Kingsway and 10th Avenue in Burnaby (on Burnaby side of the boundary between Burnaby and New West).

A formal invitation explaining the purpose of the meeting is hereon attached. You are encouraged to read the contents of the invitation, circulate the information and attend the meeting.

Further and more specific information can be obtained from Justine (Tina) Mirembe at 604-764-7228. It is important that we find time to attend this important meeting.

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There is only one boxing family


For over three months, one of Uganda’s most promising sports discipline –– boxing –– has been marred by counter accusations between the Roger Ddungu led national executive and rebel Uganda Amateur Boxing Clubs Association.

While sports lovers thought that the meeting between the two parties and state minister Charles Bakkabulindi last week would come up with a solution to the unhealthy wrangles, it instead ended up trying to satisfy different egos.

Yes, both sections have a point which should not be misinterpreted. Ddungu’s call for clubs to have a well laid out organisation and administrative structure and better income generating activity, is good for the game. So are calls for clubs to pay adequate registration fees.

The clubs complaint that there is a general lack of activities and that the constitution is faulty on the term of office of the top executive, needs to be addressed.

However, behind all the scapegoats is that personal egos, where both parties want to show that they have what it takes. This is what is blocking efforts to get a lasting solution.

Yes, Godfrey Nyakana was a former boxer who has a wealth of technical talent to develop the game across the entire country, but one is not sure if he will have the long-term will to invest money in the sport.

While Ddungu was not a boxer in his younger days, he has proved that he can spend some money to develop the game. He single-handedly sponsored a team to the World Championship in Chicago and Africa Championship in Namibia.

So what we need is to get the best out of each of the two leaders, and make them work together if they love the sport.

Let Ddungu be in charge of the federation and the national team, since this is where finances are needed most and then let Nyakana be in charge of the club activities, where hands on technical knowledge might be required.

With this, both parties will be committed to developing boxing and it will be the game to benefit.

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Jinja partners with Sweden

By Doreen Musingo

THE Jinja Municipal Council has signed a twinning agreement with Skelleftea city of Sweden, Mayor Mohammed Kezaala Baswale has disclosed.

Baswale, addressing the press on Wednesday in the Jinja Town Hall, said the signing was concluded during his recent tour of Strasbourg city in France.

“The twining programme funded by the European Union (EU) is aimed at deepening the desire of mutual understanding between nations worldwide.”

“It is a way through which countries can learn more from each other’s history, culture and thereby make a contribution to international peace and development,” he said.

Baswale revealed that Entebbe, Mbale and Busia were among the 200 African cities that signed similar agreements with different EU cities.

He said the twinning development programme was also aimed at boosting the fight against poverty and contributing towards achieving the millennium development goals at the local level.

“We have signed the agreement and expect funding at anytime. Since funding would be through the Ministry of Local Government, a decentralised funding desk would be put in place to enable us access these funds,” Baswale said.

He urged that the arrangement would facilitate provision of basic services to the local population especially the poorest.

“The project will also provide formidable leverage to enhance the understanding of our citizens about the needs for shared humanity and solidarity especially with regard to those who live in poverty and destitution,” Baswale said.

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Kigongo opens Mayuge mosque

By Donald Kiirya

THE National Resistance Movement (NRM) vice- chairperson, Al Hajji Moses Kigongo, has advised Muslims in Mayuge district to desist from acts of envy, hatred and intrigue if they want to develop their religion.

Kigongo said: “What has caused hatred among individuals is the issue of people not loving themselves in society. We should know that where there is love and unity, there is a generation of ideas and skills to develop you.”

He commissioned the Kigulu Masgid Taqua Mosque at Kigulu Primary School, Kigandalo sub-county on Friday.

The $13,000 mosque was built by the Munazamat Al-Dawa Al-Islamiya organisation.

Kigongo was accompanied by state ministers Ruth Nankabirwa (defence), Rukia Isanga Nakadama (gender), the Mufti of Uganda, Sheikh Shaban Mubajje and the organisation’s country director, Galal Wahbi.

Nakadama said she lobbied for support from the Muslim organisation to support members of the Mayuge District Muslim Women Association for Dawa and Development.

They received 30 exotic goats and 10 sewing machines to start income -generating projects.

Present were Kadunabi Lubega (Butambala MP) and the chairperson of the Parliamentary Muslim Caucus, the East African legislator Nusula Tiperu, Bunya East MP James Kubeketerya, RDC Mayuge John Fisher Kasenge and district boss Bakali Ikoba Tigawalana, among others.

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JEDDAH: Amateur artists who specialize in Japanese manga from across the world, including Saudi Arabia, are being invited to participate in the Third International Manga Awards 2009.
Katsunobu Takada, head of culture and education at the Japanese Embassy, said the contest aims to give Saudis and other nationals living in the Kingdom an opportunity to showcase their manga skills.
The Japanese animation culture is deeply rooted in Saudi society, as many generations grew up watching Arabic-dubbed Japanese animations on television. The demand for Japanese animations has increased recently, especially among the youth who have formed unofficial fan clubs and online groups that specialize in the Japanese art form.
Takada said last year’s manga awards included for the first time 15 participants from Saudi Arabia. “We hope to see more participants this year,” he said.
“Manga” originally meant “printed animation” in Japanese. “The word became an international term due to the high popularity of this kind of Japanese modern culture,” he added.
The golden prize of the Third International Manga Awards will be given to the best manga and around three works of merit will receive the silver prize, he said, adding that winners will be invited to Japan for around 10 days to attend the awards ceremony.
Prospective entries should comprise four or more pages. Works considered during the First and Second International Manga Award will not be eligible.
Application forms, rules and regulations for the award can be found at the website
Submissions can be sent to the awards’ executive committee or the Embassy of Japan before Jan. 31, 2009.


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