Using Geographic Information Systems or, GIS technology which is also used in Google Earth Mapping, our researchers and GIS specialists are using the technology to identify the issues outlined in the eight Millennium Goals (MDGs); such as poverty, education, gender issues, health and child mortality, and then using primary and secondary public data, map the current state in each country and display the information both quantitatively and qualitatively using visual imagery.
The information will be displayed, per country, around the current state of each countries’ infrastructural, agricultural, medical, educational, economic, environmental, and developmental status. By holistically approaching the predominant issues that are standing in the way of progress in each country, our subject matter experts work collaboratively with national governments, local institutions, the business and international development communities to develop targeted country specific solutions that are realistic, implementable and, most importantly, sustainable.
By providing a “visual solution” for tackling some of the world’s most pressing problems, the millennium earth project will allow the international community, citizens in affected countries as well as development organisations to see a roadmap for how improved conditions can be achieved in each country for the betterment of the local populace.
It is our mission, that through this holistic approach the development of underdeveloped and developing countries can be more unified and deliberate such that governments and other stakeholders such as the UN, World Bank, IMF, USAID and other NGOs can provide assistance that will be permanent and sustainable.