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2 GLOBAL SELF SUSTAINED ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME A JOINT UNDERTAKING BY

3 UNESCO (IHP) International Hydrological and the

4 AN UNDERTAKING FOR IMPLEMENTING & SUPPORTING SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT TO ENVIRONMENT TECHNOLOGIES COMBININGCOMMUNITYSELF-DEVELOPMENT

5 The implementation of the Self Sustaining Economic Development Programme designed to implicate village women and men globally. UNESCO s Non Government Organisations (NGOs) train and educate people in setting-up and the management their own co-ops profitably. 1.selling space-age simple products and services needed by their community 2.a range of products and services that will fit the immediate needs of each communitywill fit the immediate needs of each community are already proven adaptable to the untrainedare already proven adaptable to the untrained The programme includes

6 Other programme technologies Waste (by-products) conversion to economical, enviro friendly products by unskilled work force a.lightweight, super strong, insulating concrete blocs for house building b.a range of concrete products for hundreds of applications made from sugar cane bagasse, saw- mill waste, other vegetation, mining and other wastes c.child safe very efficient insecticide d.safe soil conditioning liquid product e.many other simple products and services needed by their community

7 Major Thinking Behind The Economic Development Plan Adding Solutions and implement the Application of solutions to the litany of global problems already identified. Bring economical space-age and other, simple to use advanced technologies, to the underprivileged. Global poverty alleviation, self Improvement and self-reliance development, to better education and improved living standards.

8 Major Thinking Behind The Economic Development Plan UNESCO and the FOUNDATION to organize, educate, train & support under-privileged women & men in co-op type small businesses. FIRST, settlements & villages - bottom-up small business creation by local citizens Our FOUNDATION and NGOs to organize, educate & train under-privileged women & men in operating plants and equipment.

9 Major Thinking Behind The Economic Development Plan As the First phase project Water an urgently needed products for sustenance and health and a Self-Sustainable Economic Development programme. Provide mini, simple to operate, auto-functioning, remote controlled, space program proven Water Treatment Plants that will provide; economical, safe, good tasting drinking water. Water emanating from aquifers as well as from most any waterhole, river or lake or stormwater.

10 Parallel the Village Potable Water Programme with Aquifer Replenishment by Capturing Stormwater, disinfecting it to Drinking Water Quality and sending it back down to the aquifer or other holding systems through proprietary technologies. Implement Wastewater Treatment as the Second Phase for Self-Sustainable Economic Development. Integrate all of the Foundations Water Related Activities with Global Water Resource Entities. Major Thinking Behind The Economic Development Plan

11 Over 90% of world villages and settlements (including North America) have never had Treated Water available. The accelerating increase in population, agriculture and industrial requirements plus all the wastewaters being dumped into once pristine receiving waters. The lack of small, adequate technologies, the present, high cost, & the resistance to change. major considerations in planning

12 other major considerations The application of the edicts of the founders of the UNESCO IHP International Hydrological Programme Group and International Conventions requirements Dedication to the long-term programme as set up by the UNITED NATIONS.

13 Foundations Major Contributions Global Economics self sustaining project Innovative Business development plan through the involvement and underta- king of the under-privileged Education & Training Women and men introduced and trained to operate business and plants Policy Issues; Global View; Indicators; Case Studies New Technologies Easy to use, low cost Economical, small, safe, space-age oxidation/disinfection water plants More other technology as the base for growing or new Co-ops

14 Dedicated to community and self improvement through SELF DEVELOPMENT BY AND FOR CITIZENS Dedicated to community and self improvement through SELF DEVELOPMENT BY AND FOR CITIZENS Grouping Under-privileged with entrepreneurs & governments GOs & NGOs globally and locally

15 Community & Self-improvement through co-ops providing products & services through enviro & water improvements village by village - town by town and through the introduction of new, easy to apply and use ENVIRO technologies Community & Self-improvement through co-ops providing products & services through enviro & water improvements village by village - town by town and through the introduction of new, easy to apply and use ENVIRO technologies The creating of simple, vital, profitable businesses developed by and for the citizenry

16 Human Water Stewardship First, introduce & use new lower cost, more efficient - available technologies. Get the needy local women & men involved – They have always been aware of co-operative work in building their own villages, etc. Replace chlorine that creates cancer-causing trihalomethanes. Eliminate the use of alum, one of the causes of Alzheimer.

17 Opportunities Settlements & Villages Each community takes the initiative of organizing a management unit (e.g., co-op) that undertakes to operate plants or services that are sold to their fellow citizens. Thereby creating sustained supply of needed goods and services, good jobs and profits, community self development and pride.

18 Opportunities Villages and Settlements are those in the world who usually have bad or no proper shelter, no potable water, no treated wastewater, no hygiene services, no health services, little or no hope First Priority

19 Why do it now – The basic consideration requires that the supply of water must meet the basic requirement of safe water for our childrens children. There are too many still-born or sick children everywhere. Water is the major cause. The health care and wasted productive power of countries pays the consequences of bad or no water. ?

20 To address this issue we are contributing new Technological, Educational & Business Know-how for Economic Opportunities UN warns that the present and future water situation in the developing world demands immediate and drastic undertakings to insure proper and continued supply of safe, good tasting water to all populations.

21 Opportunities Sustained Economic Development Program For Villages and Settlements A unique simplified economic development method of getting local citizens to set up and operate small business to provide basic needs immediately. (e.g., through co-ops type groups, municipalities, others). These equipment and products are transferred to pre-organised and trained local management and operating groups. These new NGO supported business people operate the businesses and plants and distribute the products at a reasonable price to the local citizens. Our associate suppliers sells us pre-packaged, set priced products that we supply to smaller settlements through the support of NGOs, governments, etc.

22 Opportunities Sustained Economic Development Program For larger individual projects Again simplified economic development methods of getting local citizens, groups or existing companies to undertake under NGOs and our staff to set up and operate projects to provide basic needs immediately. These equipment and products are transferred to pre-organised and trained local authorities or to management and operating groups that are local NGO supported. Specialized associate suppliers sells us pre- packaged, set priced products or projects, that with their help and contribution, we supply through the support of NGOs, governments, etc.

23 Opportunities UNESCO, through its organisation and country committees and NGOs helps identify partners and stakeholders, authorises their license, contributes to training, and provides support and guidance to ensure sustainable development, thereby contributing to the social and economic evolution of individuals and communities. Certain world organisations and Governments such as Canada, helps finance credit worthy countries in need of development help and of water. Sustained Economic Development Program Through Special Projects para los niños de nuestros niños

24 Opportunities The Foundation, through its organisation and service network, provides warranty and other services also helps identify partners and stakeholders, contributes to their licensing authorization and training. The Foundation also provides, implements and manages the Economic development programme. It also provides support and provides guidance to ensure sustainable development, thereby contributing to the social and economic evolution of individuals and communities. Sustained Economic Development Program For all projects pour les enfants de nos enfants

25 Opportunities The Local Commercializing Management Units (Co-Ops, etc.) out of their income, repay back to the Foundation 40% of their income. The foundation then continues collecting the 40% to be used for other similar projects. The Foundation then verses up to 15% of its income to organization that worked directly on the local projects and a minimum of 15% of its income to the UNESCO/IHP Group to contribute to long term funding of water projects. The balance of the monies are used to pay for general services, special project expenses and operational costs. Sustained Economic Development Program For Villages and Settlements

26 HAS ACQUIRED MANY LEADING TECHNOLOGIES AND SERVICES TO PROMOTE COMMUNITY SELF ECONOMIC & SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY UPGRADING & SELF ESTEEM AS WELL AS EMPLOYMENT AND PROFITS FOR THE COMMUNITY AND SHARING IN THE OVERALL NEED FOR CASH COMMITMENTS & THE SPREADING OF MULTIPLE PROJECTS THE

27 Opportunities – for example, (bagassse) from sugar cane processing, tanneries, textiles, produced water from oil fields - all are unable to solve their waste and water problems through traditional technologies. – for example, (bagassse) from sugar cane processing, tanneries, textiles, produced water from oil fields - all are unable to solve their waste and water problems through traditional technologies. Using innovative technologies, both the liquids and the waste can be recycled into new products. Industrial and Agricultural Problems Industrial and Agricultural Problems In all communities there is a multitude of industrial and agricultural problems that our technologies can rectify.

28 VISION DRIVE CO-OPERATIVES ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT JOB CREATION & SELF IMPROVEMENT BE A GRASS-ROOT INITIATIVE FOR PRIVATE, COMMUNITY, GOVERNMENT AND PUBLIC PARTNERSHIPS INCLUDE OUR CHILDRENS CHILDREN IN EVERY DECISION to satisfy needs for contributions to the sustained efforts to further the cause for a better world for our childrens children

29 OTHER OBJECTIVES ENSURE ECOLOGICAL CONSERVATION encourage innovative enviro solutions SUSTAIN ECONOMIC WEALTH & promote health & job creation ENCOURAGE PRIVATE SECTOR INVOLVEMENT & pride in self development ENHANCE GLOBAL INFLUENCE and improve economic, cultural & religious ties para los niños de nuestros niños

30 JOINT VENTURE INITIATIVES, COMBINING THE PEOPLE IN SMALL TOWNS & the UNDERPRIVILEDGED LOCAL GOVERNMENT MINISTRIES AND AGENCIES OTHER GLOBAL MINISTRIES AND AGENCIES ENVIRONMENT RELATED COMPANIES TECHNOLOGY COMPANIES RESEARCH CENTRES AND GROUPS THE GLOBAL ENVIRO RECYCLING TECHNOPOLIS together with the UNESCO IHP International Hydrological Group and the foundation for our childrens children CORE ENVIRONMENT VOCATION Foundation CENTRE

31 HUMANITARIAN CONTRIBUTORS HELP PROVIDE ECONOMICAL, SAFE, GOOD TASTING WATER TO ALL CHILDREN Please make your contributions to FOUNDATION FOR OUR CHILDRENS CHILDREN and send to either address Carlos Fernandez-Jauregui Deputy Co-ordinator, World Water Assessment Programme, c/o UNESCO, Division of Water Sciences, Room rue Miollis, Paris, FRANCE Danielle M. Gagnon President Foundation for our childrens children Operation Centre 172 Old Hastings Road, RR#3 Warkworth, Ontario, Canada, K0K 3K0 Tel Fax

32 Founders J.G. Roger Leroux Chairman Danielle M. Gagnon President

33 Our children and our childrens children will hold the future of global sustainment in their hands Our children and our childrens children will hold the future of global sustainment in their hands We must insure that they have a pure environment to start have a pure environment to start and the right tools to protect it

34 Our children and our childrens children will hold the future of global sustainment in their hands Our children and our childrens children will hold the future of global sustainment in their hands Look at our programme to help our children designing an healthier future See Economic Water

35 The information contained herein, which is specially related to the foundation for our childrens children project, remains the property of the foundation and of its principals and of its author Mr.J.G. Roger Leroux. The principals are the owners of the project content described herein. Further disclosure of this information to other parties must have the approval of the foundation for our childrens children. and of the principals. The proprietary information contained in this report is protected by Caveat, filed with the Patent Office, Consumer and Corporate Affairs, Canada, in accordance with the provisions of the patent act. Further information and data on the project can be obtained from the foundation for our childrens children. All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced in any manner whatsoever without our written permission. CAVEAT Global Enviro Recycling Technopolis UNESCO International Hydrological Programme Group Canada O 321 Water Systems Inc.

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