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    Problems are systemic in nature. However, it would seem that the vast majority of solutions, be they in the form of government assistance, government enforcement or even from the most well-intentioned NGOs and other charitable organizations, seek to “cure” symptoms. Therein lies the crux of the bigger problems. Symptoms cannot be cured, they can only be alleviated temporarily soothed. Only the disease itself can be cured. If the symptoms are relieved, such relief will only be temporary in nature and will, tragically, in the end, do nothing to help the person suffering and in many cases, allows the disease to fester and grow to the point where it may be virtually impossible to cure it. If problems are indeed systemic in nature, so too then, the solutions must also be systemic. Thus, the approach of GIDIFA for alleviating the suffering of the poor, the indigent and the other underclass citizens, focuses on systemic solutions that cure the disease at the same time it alleviates the suffering from the symptoms.

    

    Land Reclamation and Land Restoration are two terms that are often used interchangeably. There are however, two very separate and distinct practices no matter which word is used to describe them. One of these ideas was discussed in a previous article and the other will be clarified here. Again, it is important to remember that just because something can be done, does not necessarily mean that it should be done. Where these programs are implemented, careful consideration must be given to all of the relevant factors before any work begins. There is an old adage about even “The best laid plans of mice and men often go awry!” No matter how well anything is planned, there is always the possibility that there will be unintended consequences. In terms of the environment, the ramifications of a failure could very well lead to irreplaceable damage. Still, the processes do have a great many merits as well. The real questions are, what is it, what does it mean and exactly when should it be used.

    

    One of the primary factors in regards to any efforts to implement societal change, is learning how to change the way that people think without attempting to actually control their thoughts (Lest there be any doubt about that). Large segments of the indigent, homeless and underclass citizens have been that way for numerous generations and are currently trapped enslaved if you will, in a world bereft of hope and void of any real opportunity for growth. When this hopelessness is allowed to fester and grow and to extend across generations, especially when a generation or more has lived their entire life in these circumstances, it has a direct impact on the way these people think. That hopelessness must be replaced by a very real and tenable sense of hope and the way that these people think must be changed along the same lines. Only when they have the full means of support to prove that their hope has merit will the formerly underclass citizens be capable of becoming truly productive and contributing members of society.

 

    EDSA Boulevard should serve as a prime example that something needs to be done about the traffic situation in Metro Manila. The projects and programs laid out in this article are decidedly radical in nature, but are possible when completed in cooperation with a Financial Organization like GIDIFA. If these programs were to prove successful in Metro Manila and more specifically on EDSA Boulevard, there should be little doubt left that they could be successfully implemented across the entire nation. The key to its success would not only be its ability to clear up the traffic problems on EDSA however, but to be implemented in such a way that it supports and retains the entrepreneurial spirit of the Philippine People and those that are making their living in the current mess.

Asset Redemption Program

           Asset Redemption

    While there are many Specialized Agencies of the United Nations tasked with various functions in regards to Humanitarian Causes, Infrastructure, Development and even matters of Global Finance, GIDIFA is the only one duly Authorized to run the Historical Asset..
 

 

GIDIFA Educational Programs

Educational Programs
        Educational Programs

    Education is one of the primary keys in the eradication of poverty around the globe. Unfortunately, the educational systems that are available in far too many locations are more than just lacking. One of the primary focuses of GIDIFA is the provision of viable.
 

 

GIDIFA Construction Programs

Innovative Construction Technologies
Innovative Construction Technologies

The Global Infrastructure, Development and International Finance Agency uses a wide array of state-of-the-art and innovative Construction Technologies for a great many purposes. Among the most important considerations are safe and secure housing.

GIDIFA Orphanages

Ending Poverty and Homelessness
Ending Poverty and Homelessness

 As one of the United Nations Specialized Agencies tasked with ending poverty and homelessness around the world, the Global Infrastructure, Development and International Finance Agency is working to drastically change the way that orphans are cared for,

Indigenous and Tribal Programs

Indigenous and Tribal Programs
Indigenous and Tribal Programs

  The situation for the Indigenous People of the world is unique by some standards though they have much in common with many of the underclass and overlooked citizens all around the globe. While there may be some cases where the...

Cyber and Technological Communities

Technological Communities
  Technological Communities

 All of the Integrated Community Developments of GIDIFA (a UN Specialized Agency) will complete, communal locations and as such, will have large infrastructures along many lines. The concept of focusing entire communities around certain, more limited fields, ...

Global Infrastructure, Development & International Finance Agency

    Originally established in 1994, the Global Infrastructure, Development and International Finance Agency was established as a Sovereign Entity and Specialized Agency to create and implement a more equitable method for the distribution and supply of wealth among all of the peoples of the world in accordance and compliance with the instruments set forth as International Treaties.

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