Give Noor aims to provide quality education to children around the world while keeping them culturally aware of the places around them and of the places their ancestors have come from.
First, work hard to understand the markets in which you operate.
Second, think about how to use the distribution channels you know to provide new products and services.
Once you have learned how to partner with other companies, turn the formula around.
Today, partnership means not only having shared objectives, it means having a shared destiny. Partnering relationships are not 'always easy to make work. But forming those relationships is a creative and profitable alternative to the tired old colonial model of global selling.
These notes are for future reference once I start putting my organization together. (I do plan on making this the real deal and am happy I got such an early start!)
These notes are the foundation of my organization and I plan on building upon them.
Develop a three-year fund-raising plan.
Develop a plan for soliciting individual donations, and allocate time accordingly. Memberships and major donor income tells other funding sources that the community values your organization.
Non-profits establish their own internal endowment or foundation. Large and small contributions are pooled into a single fund and invested - ensuring permanent investment income.
Companies now are often shaping their guidelines along the lines of a particular social cause, often which are somehow related to the the company’s product.
International competition has made companies more aware of the image they are sending off to their consumers. Companies are forced to be creative in managing their philanthropic donations.
Alongside money donations, companies are starting to provide non-profit organizations with managerial advice, technological and communications support, and teams of employee volunteers.
- The New World Order
The twenty-first century will be different. China and India are emerging as economic and political heavyweights: China holds over a trillion dollars in hard currency reserves, India's high- tech sector is growing by leaps and bounds, and both countries, already recognized nuclear powers, are developing blue-water navies.
The National Intelligence Council predicts that by 2025, China and India will have the world's second- and fourth- largest economies, respectively. Such growth is opening the way for a multipolar era in world politics.
A year ago, when the Soviet retreat from Eastern Europe seemed almost guaranteed, American strategists saw the prospect of a series of global partnerships.
One was to be with Japan, and Western Europe, led by a united Germany. State Department planners saw neither of these partnerships as necessarily limited geographically.
The Americans have long been eager for the Japanese to help Latin America's economies, and mused that the Europeans might want to shoulder a degree of responsibility for Africa.
The "new world" that Mr Bush seeks to order is quite small; it includes Europe, the Middle East, parts of Asia, Canada and Mexico.
Mexico apart, the administration is not much bothered with what goes on in Latin America. It will vaguely push to expand trade with South American countries, but that is about it.
The same lack of interest marks America's policy towards Africa. There is a sense that things are heading in the right direction in South Africa, and that is all.
America is fated by politics and economics at home to find willing backers abroad for its plans; it is doomed by continuing Soviet military might to have an eye always on Moscow. It is not the unfettered giant that, tautly ready for a
fierce ground war in the Gulf, it may appear to be.
The purpose of the New World Act is to showcase first world country's prime focus in relation to foreign relations. These relationships affect military decisions that could make countries like Iraq a war zone, and change the educational needs of children.