Frequently Asked Questions about GIDIFA
In short, GIDIFA is the Global Infrastructure, Development and International Finance Agency.
The precise explanation is not so succinct or concise. Thus, the need to include so much documentation on the website here. The same International Treaties that provided for the formation of the original League of Nations, the subsequent formation of the United Nations and other related, specialized agencies such as the IMF, BIS, World Bank and others, also called for the creation of GIDIFA. There is one very important and distinct difference between GIDIFA and the rest of these organizations and agencies. Whereas the original organizations and agencies as noted above were established for the transition from wartime to peace and the ensuing period of reconstruction, GIDIFA was implemented as a long-term, permanent, peacetime solution to provide the same benefits to all of the men, women and children of the world.
GIDIFA is tasked with implementing what is sometimes referred to as the original “Plan of the Experts” which laid out the basic map (for lack of a better term) of how everything was to be established for the direct benefit of the men, women and children of the world. GIDIFA operates as an alternative to the current economic, financial and governing systems in order to allow for a peaceful co-existence during the transition period so that it can be accomplished without upsetting the current, albeit fragile balance of power. In other words, the transition can be made this time without the need for costly wars or conflicts that disproportionately impact the very people who need the help the most. The basic concept is to allow for the provision of basic housing, food, medical care and treatment and education to all of the men, women and children of the world at little to no cost to any of the men, women or children of this world (Meaning, without taking from those who produce to give to those who cannot or do not) … which should lead you to ask how … which will mean looking around the rest of the website some.
The Bretton Woods Conference was held in 1944 and the resulting Agreements allowed for the formation of a great many global political and financial institutions such as the original BIS, the United Nations, the IMF, the World Bank and others. The presence of some three billion and six hundred million (3,600,000,000) people living in abject poverty today and the continuing wars and social oppression should be a clear indication that these systems have been mismanaged and have failed miserably. Fortunately, the people who founded them did seemingly plan for just such a tragedy. As such, efforts were made to put into place an Alternative System. This is the system through which GIDIFA operates.
Rather than working against the original system however, GIDIFA was implemented in such a fashion as to allow it to work side-by-side and hand-in-hand with the original systems so that any necessary transitions could be made peacably and in a more sustainable manner. In this way, GIDIFA can support the current economic and financial systems while at the same time working on a more equitable means for the redistribution of wealth and strengthening economies globally in addition to working for the social and economic freedoms for all of the men, women and children of this world without punishing the "producers". This is the program that is currently being put into place and part of the reason why there is not a lot of public recognition for GIDIFA at the time of this writing.
There are a vast and ever increasing number of historical documents here as they are all relevant to all of the work we are doing, how we are doing it and the justification and authority for the work of GIDIFA. The historical documentation on this website will serve to give you the information to see where the current systems of economics, finance and governance were started and how those same systems have been subverted and abused to create the instability, oppression of the people, turmoil and excessive poverty rates that plague the people of the world to this very day. Additionally, they will provide you, the men and women of this world, with the tools that you will need to step out of the madness and join in the solution in cooperation with GIDIFA under the guidance of the Honorable Secretary General, Angel Ferdinand Marcos.
This section is primarily for the purpose of discussing Project ideas, concepts and ongoing Projects of GIDIFA.
This Project is exactly what it sounds like. Ideally, GIDIFA will be building a home for each and every man and woman in the world. However, this program is just the beginning of something much larger.
It is both naive and foolish to believe that you can just give someone a home and their lives will automatically be better. GIDIFA will be building entire communities in such a manner that even the poorest of the poor will have basic housing provided for them. It must be made perfectly clear though, that every effort is being taken to avoid the creation of a dependency class. The standard homes built by GIDIFA will be safe, secure and by all definitions, nice housing, it will not by any stretch of the imagination be the average dream home. Those people who do accept the free housing from GIDIFA will be required to give something back in return. Children (and even many adults) whose aptitude batteries show a scholastic aptitude will be given education. Those who show more of a technical or vocational aptitude will be given job training and job opportunities. Sociological assistance will also be made readily available to help the formerly indigent, homeless and other underclass citizens to become more productive, contributing members of society. Those that lack even the most basic of skill sets will still have plenty of opportunities to work and earn a living and given the help and support that they need in order to improve their situation in life. In the meantime, even basic housing is better than nothing ... and a great many people may be very surprised even the most basic of homes are. A home for every man and woman in the world may seem like a distant dream, but for GIDIFA, it is only the very beginning.
The Integrated Community Developments are a GIDIFA Sponsored project that includes a comprehensive, systemic and long-term approach to the eradication of poverty. It should be noted that this is not actually a GIDIFA Project but a project that is sponsored by GIDIFA.
The idea is to provide basic housing for the Homeless, Indigent and other Underclass citizens while at the same time making certain that they have adequate housing, education, food and health and medical care and treatment. The group that is running this project estimates that as the communities are completed and fully operational, some ten to fifteen percent of the population will be formerly indigent families. As these families move on and as the community itself grows, the actual number of people receiving assistance should increase as well.
The electrical grids as they are now, are extremely vulnerable to attack and, especially in more isolated environments, are susceptible to frequent operational failures and subject to attacks that can easily disable the entire power grid system. Off the Grid power sources merely means alternative sources for power generation that are not dependent on the grid. Some of the projects undertaken and/or funded by GIDIFA do tie back into the grid but many do not. Smaller, isolated power generators are much less prone to leaving large population centers in the proverbial and literal dark.
GIDIFA currently has numerous agreements with people and groups using Solar Power though it is preferable not to use those solar farms that still rely on reflectors. Reflectors have a history of burning out any of the birds that fly by in addition to any and all of the insects in the general vicinity ... or virtually anything else that gets caught in the reflective waves of sunlight. Burning up everything needed to maintain the natural balance of the local ecosystem hardly seems to be environmentally friendly by any stretch of the imagination ... apart from that, there are some incredibly beneficial and viable opportunities for solar power.
The majority of the projects undertaken and pursued by GIDIFA are conducted either under the process of Build/Own/Transfer (BOT) or Build/Own/Operate (BOO).
In the cases wherein GIDIFA will be the sole owner/operator of the projects and wherein GIDIFA is in itself directly responsible for the projects, the project will be considered to be a GIDIFA Project. These are projects undertaken as BOO projects solely by GIDIFA on behalf of the men and women who will directly benefit from the project.
In some cases wherein the assistance of GIDIFA is necessary to get the project(s) funded but other means are in place to manage the projects, the project is considered under a BOT process and implemented as such. While GIDIFA will directly fund the project(s) that has/have been approved, the project will not be an ongoing effort of GIDIFA so much as under the oversight and temporary management by GIDIFA. These projects are considered to be GIDIFA Funded Projects as, while the funding does come from GIDIFA, there may be some aspects of the project(s) that are not necessarily absolute inherents to all of the GIDIFA project policies.
When projects are considered for funding and for implementation, the Project Teams will all be evaluated as a group and individually. Project Managers are, where already familiar with the projects and qualified, will be given the first consideration for the Project Management. In cases where the Project Team is lacking Project Managers or where the Project Managers are not considered to be capable of adequately managing the project in question, Professional Project Managers will be brought in to manage the project.
What types of projects are funded by GIDIFA? What types of projects are not funded by GIDIFA? How does one qualify for funding? Ask all of your questions about Project Funding here.
GIDIFA has a primary focus on sustainable projects with a major focus on Infrastructure, Development, Education, Health and Medical, Environmental Concerns and the complete eradication of poverty and other Humanitarian concerns. Building a Luxury Resort may seem like a humanitarian project to you because it provides some temporary jobs and some more permanent jobs but it is not very likely to get funded by GIDIFA. Alternative Energies, Community Development, PermaCulture, Environmentally Sustainable, Education and Training and other areas that are sustainable and directly benefit the men and women of this world will receive a much higher priority when it comes to Project Funding from GIDIFA.