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Affordable Housing

Affordable Housing

  • Increase Income
  • Increase Supply
  • Building Codes Modifications
  • Reduce Finance
  • Design Efficiency
  • Reduce Construction Costs
  • Reduce Labor Costs

Economic Development

Most nations encourage and foster economic development. Sometimes laws, and policies fostering development have detrimental effects on some of the nation’s population, other effected nations that consume products and services, or provide materials in labor to that nation. Also some economic development policies and action are detrimental to health and the environment.

We are seeking actions that can be taken by businesses, governments and individuals, with little to no detrimental effects. Initially we are focusing on solutions, that will encourage entrepreneurship, employment, financing mechanisms, and infrastructure improvements. Your suggestions for additional areas with detailed, concise solution are encouraged and welcomed.

Economic Development


We seek to improve the education of infants, children, youth and adults in all nations. We begin by looking at country comparisons of test scores, graduation rates and other metrics. Then we focus on those countries and educational systems that seem to be working, not only in academic achievement in all fields, but produce citizens with social and interpersonal relationship skills, social consciousness, and success after training and graduation in their field of study

We will address issues and opportunities that will contribute to reaching these objectives, and those that impair progress in reaching these goals. Initially we are concentrating on the following, and welcome suggestions for other issues or areas to focus on:

  • Educational Finance
  • School Teaching Methods
  • Specials Student Programs
  • Behavior Problems
  • School Policies
  • Low Income Populations
  • Curriculum Adult Education
  • School Culture


We seek to identify those who wish to be employed and contribute to society and assist them in obtaining meaningful employment. This includes identifying nations with high consistent employment rates, and those that are employed, have favorable benefits, working conditions, and living wages.

Also we seek to include solutions to obstacles and abuses that deny individuals equal opportunities, and who may be discriminated in ways that obstruct their job training and being hired with just wages. Our efforts include ending slave labor, wage theft and other human abuses. We are seeking solutions to improvements or removing obstacles initially in the following. Other areas for us to explore are welcome.

  • Unions and Management Relationships
  • Working Conditions
  • Unemployment
  • Welfare Wages
  • Wage Theft
  • Training Safety Programs
  • Policies
  • Benefits
  • Discrimination and Abuses
  • Slavery



All solutions of preserving and improving local and world environments are welcome. Solutions can be actions individuals, organizations, or governments can take. Proposed and current legislation would be helpful, along with voluntary actions taken by individuals and corporations.
First, we need to identify regions, countries, and cities with the best and worst records in preserving and making improvements in the environment. Countries have unique or different environmental priority conditions that need to be improved. Some countries have nuclear waste, mine fields, toxic soils, while others do not. A ranking of country performance records with reliable statistics is one of the first steps, and then identifying successful programs, and proposing solution to overcome obstacles to making improvements:
Specific air, land, sea and space environments we focus on first are listed, though your suggestions for specific issues and opportunities are welcome:

  • Air Pollution
  • Land contamination
  • Water Pollution
  • Animals
  • Plants
  • Recycling
  • Waste Dumps
  • Other Solutions


All country governments need revenue sources. We will identify existing revenue sources, along with legislation, policies and tax codes, that enable governments to fund programs. In addition we would like to have submitted specific programs in detail, that can be implemented by governments. This can include joint funding by private companies, individuals and governments. Many governments lack creativity in raising revenue. Some rely on taxing or obtaining revenue from low income segments of their population, which do not have the power of influence of the wealthy have tax laws favoring their income class. The challenge is to present solutions, where persons are willing to contribute to the government for their and others public good, not to enact laws, such as unrealistic road speed limits which are used to financially penalize speeders when they exceed the speed limits.

It would help to know governments, that have invested in corporations, that have given substantial dividends which the governments could use to finance their needed programs. We first investigate these sources of revenues. Let us know if you have other sources, we should look into.

  • Lotteries
  • Bond and Notes
  • Taxes, User
  • Taxes.
We will also need to find solutions that will safeguard and monitor revenue spending, such as real time monitoring of expenditures along with public access and oversight of the revenue obtained.



Our approach is to identify the healthiest populations in the world, by region, country and cities, through statistics obtained from international organizations, such as the World Health Organization, World Bank, and others. We recognize problems in this approach such as some countries do not report accurately, fail to report, have different definitions of health terms, and will address them.
Different pars of the world have different health conditions that need to be improved, and we would like you to submit in your region or location what would be the priority conditions. We will concentrate on these areas initially. All solutions offered need to be detailed, and not rely on assumptions the reader is to make to implement the solutions. Also they should limit technical and scientific jargon, to a minimum or offer a definition of the term in lay languages when used.

  • Addictions: Drugs and other Addictions:
  • Alcohol Treatment
  • Diagnosis Prevention Methods
  • Malaria
  • Clean Water
  • Area in Health Care Administration would include.
  • Health Personnel
  • Health Equipment and
  • Health Supplies
  • Health Facilities

Senior Benefits

Senior are considered the populations over 60 years. Many have special needs with failing health and loneliness. We are seeking solutions that will assist in their independent mobility, stimulate their minds and ways to minimize dementia. Some seniors are abandoned by their children, relatives and governments, and need housing and food.

We will seek to identify countries recognized for caring for their older populations and publicize their activities and policies. Initially we will concentrate on the following and your suggestions for other areas are welcome.

  • Communications
  • Education
  • Food and Nutrition
  • Healthcare
  • Housing A
  • Transportation

Senior Benefits
Social Welfare

Social Welfare

By social welfare, is meant to provide all with the means to enjoy their lives to the fullest. We will look to countries that have the highest “happiness” indexes, and study what factors have contributed to this. There are usually a combination of factors, which may include a safety net for hard times of unemployment, disasters, and tragedies.

Also included are how society treats its members, in such areas as discrimination, the judicial system, and distribution of wealth. We will concentrate initially on these areas, and in other areas you may suggest:

  • Discrimination
  • Education
  • Food
  • Health Housing
  • Transportation
  • Requirements for Happiness
  • Funding

Special Citizen Needs

We will need to identify those that should be singled out for special attention, having needs that the general population does not have. Many of these citizens will have physical and mental health conditions. Some though have other conditions, such as those that have suffered physical and verbal abuse, homelessness, victims of gang violence, political persecution. and others. Although some of these conditions to some extent on this website, they are covered in depth here.

Initially we will concentrate our efforts on the follow, though your suggestions are welcomed:

  • Blind
  • Deaf
  • Autistic
  • Homeless
  • Physically and Mentally Abused
  • Victims of Crimes

Special Citizen Needs


We will be seeking solutions for transportation for persons and cargo, on land, sea. Air and space. Identifying cities and countries with improved transportation systems will be obtained from statistics as much as possible. Included in this area will be solutions that lesson the need to travel, such as working from home or having new modes of delivery of items and services, that do not require the recipient to travel. We are organizing the website to address solutions as:

Air travel
Air cargo
Land travel
Ocean travel

Veteran Affairs

Although veterans could be considered as “Special Citizens”, they have their own category. Many countries having veterans, have similar problems, and issues when combat veterans return to civilian life. The issues may arise from various causes: post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, lack of acceptance by their populations, physical challenged due to war injuries. Because of their conditions, they may put a great deal of stress on the people they encounter.

We will focus on their “rehabilitation” in the following area, and if you would like to suggest other areas, your suggestions are welcomed.

  • Physical Conditions
  • Education
  • Food
  • Housing
  • Transportation
  • Mental Conditions

Veteran Affairs


Almost all country government have some degree of corruption. The corruption index compiled by an independent organization is useful to determine where efforts may be directed. It also indicates some countries, where corruption is limited. These country’s laws, practices, and cultures can be guides to actions to take to mitigate and end corruption in other countries.

Corruption takes many forms. We identified forms of corruption we would like initially to end. We welcome additional areas you believe we should concentrate our efforts. Some forms of corruption can be easily ended, sometimes by technology surveillance or software to make decisions. Other forms may need organized street demonstrations and brave protests.
We encourage you to submit your ideas and experiences in ending corruption in these areas. Please be specific in your “solutions”, so that government can implanted them, without additional research.

  • Coercion of Voters and Election Rigging
  • Pay for votes
  • Theft of Government Property
  • Embezzlement of Government Funds
  • Pay to Receive Government Services
  • Pay for improper use and transfer of government property
  • Pay for goods and services not delivered
  • Extortion by Government Employee
  • Pay to Police and Law Enforcement
  • Pay to Members of Judicial Systems
  • Pay to be on top of waiting lists
  • Pay for social welfare benefits
  • Pay for meter readings
  • Pay for traffic violations
  • Pay for Inspections
  • Pay for Licenses
  • Pay for Permits
  • Pay for Contracts

Crime Prevention

Crime prevention solutions for specific crimes will be added and accepted to crime categories. Initially, crimes will be needed to be categorize in detail. We will use categories described by the International Classification of Crime for Statistical Purposes (ICCS) framework, proposed and maintained by the United National Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC); National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. (2016). Modernizing Crime Statistics—Report 1; and EU guidelines for the International Classification of Crime for Statistical Purposes — 2017. These categories, begin with top levels which are then differentiated in sublevels.

The next step will be to identify the surface cause of each crime, and its underlying contributing factors. Proposing solutions for each cause of a crime and underlying contributing factors will be suggested.

Top level of categories of crime

  • Acts leading to death or intending to cause death
  • Acts causing harm or intending to cause harm to the person
  • Injurious acts of a sexual nature
  • Acts of violence or threatened violence against a person that involve property
  • Acts against property only
  • Acts involving controlled substances
  • Acts involving fraud, deception, or corruption
  • Acts against public order and authority
  • Acts against public safety and national security
  • Acts against the natural environment or against animals
  • Other criminal acts not elsewhere classified

Crime Prevention