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Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Sustainability

Andrea Flores
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What is your Interest?
Organization, Charity
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What is your current job title / department?
teaching and I am studying science education
What would you most like to get out of this network?
info on mobilization and support, extension work, funding and etc.
What knowledge, skills and experience do you have that you would be happy for people to contact you over?
Math, science, physics, professional education, literacy and numeracy extension program, livelihood program like cooking, embroidery, chrochet and audiovisual production.

Comment Wall (4 comments)

At 2:03pm on April 18, 2008, h singh said…
yes quite similar our work is but didn't mentioned your geographical area of work
At 7:14am on April 23, 2008, Andrea Flores said…
A comment about World Bank

Why is it that some countries who take loans from WB and cannot possibly pay their loans are not anymore asked to pay. However, more donations are given to them. How true is this?

Is it hard to collect payments from them? Can they not really uplift their economy and be able to pay loans?
At 4:47am on May 4, 2008, Erle Frayne Argonza said…
Hi Andrea! Pls join my circle of friends. Great to know about your concerns for human devt/children, keep it up! You may find my articles interesting, will write some about children later per my own experiences with this sector. Carpe diem!
At 8:48am on May 12, 2008, Erle Frayne Argonza said…
Hello kabayan! As to that question about debt condonation, there are two ways of looking at it. First of all, with regards to the debtor state, it has to actively engage in negotiations for condonation, even the IMF entertains condonation and so does the WB. Problem is when the debtor state has a policy of "we'll pay all debts" which the IMF-WB will respect... Second is the perspective from the WB-IMF. They do adopt priorities as to which states will be on top of the condonation chain. The likes of Poland after the communist collapse really had nothing to pay for debts, so it got the nod of WB-IMF top guns to get a 'most preferred nation' status condonation-wise. Too bad that Cory Aquino began with the "we shall pay all debts" status, which the WB-IMF simply respected and followed, and which the Freedom from Debt Coalition protested (I sat at the National Council of the FDC in 89-92, and we were itching to talk straight to the IMF then). This is the reality.

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