Go for the Goals — M4P Resource List & Solutions Challenge


Celebrate and brainstorm creative ideas and solutions as we  “Go for the Goals” :

  • 1 — No Poverty
  • 2 —Zero Hunger
  • 8 —Decent Work and Economic Growth, and
  • 10 —Reduced Inequalities.

In observing International Development Week 2020 (IDW 2020), we will prepare a  list or infographic of market systems development interventions that have contributed to economic empowerment, job creation and the growth of international trade.

As well as a listing of key principles and challenges in applying M4P and in evaluating the results.

The list will celebrate the work of others as well as plants seeds in the minds of our readers on how they might tackle related challenges in their communities.

We will invite our readership to join us in an M4P flexi-time brainstorm challenge. They will participate by reading through the list, then naming related challenges in their countries, followed by a list of solutions they have come up with for solving the challenges via comments.

Other readers are invited to vote for each participant and add to the brainstorm produced by their peers.  Voting: One love equal 5 points; Like equal 1 point; and wow equals 3 points.  Voters may also participate in the challenge.

We will announce the participant who shared the most impactful challenge and solution as well as invite them to a 30—minute web conference for discussing how they could bring their idea to reality.

Date: February 8, 2020.

Challenge starts at: 12:01 AM EST

Where: Magate Wildhorse Facebook Page

Magate Wildhorse on Instagram

Maket Systems Development Challenge

International Development Week is convened by Global Affairs Canada.

This year’s observation represents the 30th edition of the celebrations.

Theme: “Go for the Goals”

Global Affairs Canada says,  “the theme refers to the United Nations 2030 Agenda for  Sustainable Development, and that the theme illustrates the idea of moving forward in a collaborative and positive way toward a better world”.                                                        (https://www.international.gc.ca/campaign-campagne/idw-sdi)