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Cam Jennings
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Cam Jennings left a comment for Cam Jennings
May 31, 2016

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Cam Jennings commented on Sean Power's blog post The Future of Development: Private-NGO Partnerships?
"Thank you for this post and I believe that creating successful private-NGO partnerships is important."
Jul 17, 2015
Taz Burwaiss left a comment for Cam Jennings
"Hi Cam, Hope you're very well. I was wondering if you would be interested in connecting with us on twitter? @leadint We’d love to be able to work together if possible. Cheers Taz"
Oct 10, 2014

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Cam Jennings replied to Business Fights Poverty's discussion Bridging the Gap for African Women in Business
"My question relates to work that we are reviewing in Zimbabwe - http://www.defenceforchildren.org/ What is the most important aspect to establishing a project with women in remote rural areas of Uganda ? "
Mar 6, 2014

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Cam Jennings replied to Business Fights Poverty's discussion Bridging the Gap for African Women in Business
"How can we as small NGOs effectively work on a grass roots level with rural development initiatives, understandin that a collaborative and consultative approach is vital."
Mar 6, 2014

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Cam Jennings replied to Sarah Montgomery's discussion Why consider small-scale, local enterprises in Private Sector Development?
"To all of those who have commented and contributed here I would like to thank you for your time and input. Micro-economic reform and gender equality are important in the work that we undertake in Zimbabwe. It is difficult to attract funding from…"
Feb 27, 2014

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Cam Jennings replied to Heidi Kikoler's discussion Intrapreneurship Clinic: An intrapreneur's personal resilience is critical to their success
"I look forward to this discussion and learning something about an area that I have little knowledge about."
Jan 29, 2014
David D. Laurel left a comment for Cam Jennings
" Thank you for inviting me, Cam.  I am fortunate to have a friend who is a member of this group of people really concerned and who move to make poverty obsolete.  Many thanks. David"
Jan 13, 2014
Lucia Dube left a comment for Cam Jennings
"Hi Cameron. I have accepted your friend's request. I look forward to meet and my experiences of community work in Africa, Zimbabwe and UK."
Jan 12, 2014

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Cam Jennings left a comment for Cam Jennings
"Greetings to you the reader and thank you for reviewing Business Fights Poverty and this page. I am proud to be associated with this group and look forward to working closely with other members in the reduction of global poverty.  Global…"
Jan 8, 2014

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Job Title
Adminstration
Organisation
Pegasus
Sector
I work for a non government organisation, I am just interested
About my work:
Health - Education - Sustainable Development - Gender Equality

An extensive knowledge of Zimbabwe - South Africa humanitarian work - NGO & NPO - Politics

Conflict Analysis & Management
Topics on my radar:
Agriculture, Base of the Pyramid, Education, Enterprise Development, Environment, Governance and Transparency, Health, Measuring Impact, Nutrition, Partnerships, Peace and Commerce, Technology, Water, Women and Business
Other Topics on my radar:
Micro Economic Development
Gender Equality
Sustainable Development
Climate Change
Conflict Mediation & Resolution
Tourism

Comment Wall (5 comments)

At 22:27 on January 8, 2014,
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Cam Jennings
said…

Greetings to you the reader and thank you for reviewing Business Fights Poverty and this page. I am proud to be associated with this group and look forward to working closely with other members in the reduction of global poverty. 

Global challenges in the 21st century are real.

Population Growth

Climate Change

Sustainable Development

Sincerely,

Cameron.

At 22:06 on January 12, 2014, Lucia Dube said…
Hi Cameron. I have accepted your friend's request. I look forward to meet and my experiences of community work in Africa, Zimbabwe and UK.
At 3:08 on January 13, 2014, David D. Laurel said…

 Thank you for inviting me, Cam.  I am fortunate to have a friend who is a member of this group of people really concerned and who move to make poverty obsolete.  Many thanks.

David

At 14:26 on July 17, 2014, Taz Burwaiss said…

Hi Cam,

Hope you're very well. I was wondering if you would be interested in connecting with us on twitter? @leadint

We’d love to be able to work together if possible.

Cheers

Taz

At 14:33 on May 31, 2016,
Challenger
Cam Jennings
said…

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Cam Jennings's Blog

Educating Poverty

Effective Solutions in Urbanization & Metropolitanization

Let us ask the question, what opportunities are being created for the citizens of South Africa to be part of the economic growth in Sub Saharan Africa between now and 2030. In 1994 there was real change that has slowly stalled and now the hopes and dreams of many millions of citizens have turned into the shattered reality of the current situation. According to a recent McKinsey report urbanization is…

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Posted on October 10, 2014 at 5:59

Mental Health in Australia and Abroad

Posted on March 27, 2014 at 20:59

Mindset Mediation Mandela

Nelson ?

Everyone knows this name by now and

the legacy of one extraordinary man

will remain in our human…

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Posted on February 17, 2014 at 20:50

Developing Sustainable Cocktails

Statistically Survivable 

Sustainable Development, the new hip term and concept that is the darling of the cocktail circuit in New York, London & Sydney. Over recent years the term has left the ivory chapels like a bat from the belfry and taken up a roosting position in the Kenzo & Channel corners on anything…

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