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In 10 years, I hope to be living in Sudan at the connecting point between the white Nile and blue Nile that together make the Nile river. That area is part of Al-Jazeera triangle, which is one of the most fertile lands in the world for crop production. In the Arab World we look at Sudan and Dream. It has been said that if Sudan is planted well then it can feed the wh*** of the Arab World. Well lets look at Sudan itself and we cry because of the famine levels there. Imagine Sudan can feed the wh*** Arab World and yet it itself is hungry. I dream about being a massive landowner in Sudan planting and selling crops to people North of Saharan Africa to support the crops sold at a much lower price to Sub Saharan African famine nations. My Vision is "Africa, No more Children dying from famine".

I see myself running a business based on social market dynamics and not free market economy. Rather than maximize profit, I look at the wh*** picture from ensuring sustainability, and hence the furtile land of Al-Jazeera in Sudan, to employing local people to run the farms and manage the wh*** project in addition to working the lands, developing equipment from need and available resources and ensuring selling part of the products to ensure support to the people with the second part and maintaining the ability to operate in a sustanable manner.

Go back to the basics and teach people to support themselves. In Jordan being one of the poorest 4 countries in water in the world, we have developed excellent techniques and technologies that could be implemented in Africa.

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Comment by Ayala Sherbow on March 13, 2010 at 8:51pm
beautful, beautiful vision.
Comment by Khaled Kurdi on March 14, 2010 at 6:35pm
Thank you.. what makes it even more beautiful is that It is so dooable if you take out all the garbage politics


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