Welcome to Destination Thirdworld™
“Only when the human spirit is allowed to invent and create, only when individuals are given a personal stake in deciding economic policies and benefiting from their success -- only then can societies remain economically alive, dynamic, progressive, and free.”
Ronald Reagan (1911-2004)
Re-defining Development by creating a whole new mindset…
Destination Thirdworld™ is a multifaceted, for profit, Development organization engaged in direct and indirect interventions in thirdworld to improve quality of life of people living in these countries. While our direct intervention consists of offering professional education to youth of developing countries, our indirect interventions adopt a more consultative role of providing professional services to commercial and not-for-profit organizations in the areas of Accountancy, Management Consulting and Business Process Outsourcing. To know more about us please visit pages titled “Our Services”, “Education and Training” and "About Us".
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10 October 2009
We are pleased to announce that DTWL will set up an endowment fund to provide subsidized education to deserving students in Kabul. Interested persons/organizations can remit their donations, Zakats etc to our bank account. Details of our account will be provided shortly on our website. In the meantime you can send us your donations through cheques drawn in the name of Destination Thirdworld (Private) Limited to our adresses mentioned on our Contact Us page.
2 October 2009
"The crisis has changed the FDI landscape: investments to developing and transition economies surged, increasing their share in global FDI flows to 43% in 2008. This was partly due to a concurrent large decline in FDI flows to developed countries (29%). In Africa, inflows rose to a record level, with the fastest increase in West Africa (a 63% rise over 2007); inflows to South, East and South-East Asia witnessed a 17% expansion to hit a new high; FDI to West Asia continued to rise for the sixth consecutive year; inflows to Latin America and the Caribbean rose by 13%; and the expansion of FDI inflows to South-East Europe and the CIS rose for the eighth year running. However, in 2009 FDI flows to all regions will suffer from a decline."
1 October 2009
This report, part of a series of research publications being launched by Access Capital, provides a broad-based overview of recent economic developments and future prospects.
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