Help from the GROUND UP

Getting 3,5 Billion people out of poverty is a daunting task. But 150 years ago most developed countries were seriously poor too. We think we found a very different way to get countries out of poverty.
We are supporting entrepreneurs in emerging countries like Vietnam, Ghana, Peru, do – what the founders in Silicon Valley, Germany, UK, South Korea did: building a strong economy and prosperity from within a country. We do not help building wells. We help local entrepreneurs what they need to build for their country – whatever it is – and it maybe wells.

How YOU can help

The WIForums project, “Prosperity for all nations” needs the help from many

1) VOLUNTEERING

Join us as volunteer or supporter
https://wiforum.org/join/volunteer/

2) SPREADING THE WORD

Join our online presences, share our content, contribute and comment
Twitter @WIForumORG – Please follow and tweet us that you joined
Quora – Lots of answers
Facebook Page – Give it a like, if you like it
Facebook Group – Join our community group
YouTube Channel – Please subscribe and check out some videos
LinkedIn Org Profil – Please follow us
Our hashtag: #WIForum

3) LEAD IN YOUR COUNTRY

We do not have ambassadors in each country
If you are interested, join us and lead the initiative in your country.
https://wiforum.org/join/ambassador/

4) MAKING INTRODUCTIONS

We are expanding into these countries
Africa: Egypt, Ghana, Kenya, Nigeria, Rwanda, South Africa, Uganda
Asia: Cambodia, Indonesia, Myanmar, Nepal, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam
Latin America: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Columbia, Mexico, Peru
If you know people from the startup and innovation scene, including business angels and startup mentors –  an intro would be appreciated.

5) INVESTORS

If you are interested in “Foreign Direct Investments” helping fund outstanding teams in emerging countries, check out our new project: https://wiforum.org/projects/icn/

6) Donations

And of course also we need help to help others. Introductions to CSR executives, HNI Donors or donating NGOs are always welcome.

 

And so forth :) Lots to do !!!!

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