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Mr From: Jane Jane <jane4togetherness@gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 18 Dec 2011 19:21:39
Subject: Thanks for your concerned

Hi,

Thanks very much for your concerned. I think we can know much better of
each other as we meet.

As I have stated that I need to inform you of the existing opportunity, the
Access to Learning initiative is an opportunity to gain Computers and more.

Please for further information and better understanding, you will have to
contact the Foundation through the emails: grantenquiry@mail2join.com or
bmgf_headquarters@programmer.net

As you will first introduce yourself and that you got information from me
for the Access to Learning, and you are very much interested to apply.

I think this could be a great impact to your community.

Take good care of yourself.

Cheers

Jane.
 
Mr
From: BMGF HEADQUARTERS <bmgf.headquarters@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 19 Dec 2011 13:42:11 +0000
Subject: APPLICATIONS OPEN FOR ANNUAL GRANT

*Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation*

*P.O. box 34520*

*Seattle, WA 87122*

*United States of America.*

*Phone: 14252437498*

*Fax:* *12134028312.*

* *

*Recommended Applicant,*

* *

* On behalf of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, board of directors, we
accept you to apply for the 2012 access to learning and global development
program.*

*Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation? Serves as umbrella for coordinating all
works of less privileged and disability assistance.*

*Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation provides member NGO�S with a framework for
consultation, coordination and advocacy on behalf of people forcibly
disable or otherwise affected by conflict, natural disaster oppression.*

* It addresses issues relating to the provisions and assistance of less
privileged and internally/eternally disable people, as well as operations,
providing and coordination in disability response.*

*BMGF access to learning and global development program is never under
advertisement, it�s not opened to everybody to apply.*

* *

*The BMGF access to learning and global development program is only for
recommended organization/individual especially in the developing countries.*

*We are only accepting individual applicants or organizations with
recommendation from top personals from our foundation or other recognized
organization around the world.*

*Since your recommendation comes from one of our colleagues, we will
consider your application.*

*We furnish you with more necessary information through the brochure.*

* The BMGF access to learning and global development program provides
excellent opportunities for individuals, members of civil society and
representatives from governments and non-governmental organizations.*

* The access to learning and global development program is designed to give
focus on less privileged, disable and association valuable contact within
the communities sector.*

*The access to learning and global development program is under the
auspices of Bill Gates and Warren Buffett, who believes to assist the less
privilege and poor citizens.*

* *

* An individual in the developing countries needs access to learning, and
this can only be achieved by having free access to computers and the
internet.*

*Public training to assist users in accessing online information that can
help improves their lives. *

*Technology training for library staff, outreach medical care to
underserved communities.*

* The foundation's global libraries initiative invites applications from
individuals and organizations outside the United States that have created
new ways to offer these key services:*

* *

* Free public access to computers and the internet*

* *

* Public training to assist users in accessing online information that can
help improve their lives*

* *

* Technology training for library staff*

* *

* Outreach medical care to underserved communities*

* *

*The award recipient can receive up to US$1million & brand new HP dv9627cl
laptop computers.*

* *

* Useful information for applicants:*

* *

* Applications are opening to institution/individual outside the United
States that are working with disadvantaged communities.*

*To be eligible, the applying institution/individual must allow all members
of the public to use computers and the internet free of charge in a
community space.*

* The access to learning and global development program provides equal
opportunity to all applicants in full compliance with all applicable laws,
directives and regulations of bodies or agencies.*

*No person shall be discriminate against because of race, religion, color,
nationality, age, sexual orientation, or physical disability.*

*The existing opportunities need organization/individual as our
representative in giving to the communities.*

* *

*Step one: recommended applicants outside the United States, should forward
their bio-data�s or curriculum vitae to the BMGF headquarters through the
email to obtain application form and reference file number.*

* Step two: applicants should forward the following by e-mail or fax. *

*These include the following:*

* 1) Name of applicant*

* 2) Country of origin and residence*

* 3) Contact address, telephone and fax numbers*

* 4) Profession, level of education*

* 5) Passport size photograph/identification card*

* *

*Information should be sent together on receipt of the above requirements
to obtain the application form and open your application file.*

* Step three: re-forward to the headquarters for approval your application
reference file number along with your filled application form through this
fax number: 12134028312 or email.*

* Once the headquarters approved application, then instruction will be pass
to the applicant with arrangement options to receive the grant.*

*The successful applicant will either travel to the United States for claim
of the grant.*

*Applicant shall be giving more directives after application is approved. *

* *

*Submissions: Application form on the access to learning and global
development program 2012. Should be return to the coordinating
headquarters by fax through this number: 12134028312 or email.*

*All applicants for the 2012 access to learning and global development
program? Application form should be return before or timeline
30thDecember, 2011.
*

* *

*Attachment to this message is the brochure. Download and study it
carefully and follow the instructions immediately.*

* *

*Best Regards*

* *

*Madam, Connie Collingsworth*

*General Counsel and Secretary*

*Foundation Operations p/overseer.*


 
 

Access To Learning & Global Development� � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � �

B ill and Melinda Gates Guided by the belief that every life has equal value, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation works to help all people lead healthy, productive lives. In developing countries, it focuses on improving people's health and giving them the chance to lift themselves out of hunger and extreme poverty. In the United States, it seeks to ensure that all people�especially those with the fewest resources�have access to the opportunities they need to succeed in school and life. Based in Seattle, the foundation is led by CEO Patty Stonesifer and co-chair William H. Gates Sr., under the direction of Bill and Melinda Gates and Warren Buffett.

ph_lg_gh_mozam_melindabillall lives have equal value

Every day, more than 1,000 children die because they didn�t get 15-cent measles vaccine. Almost 3 billion people around the world live on less than $2 per day. Our foundation and our partners are trying to solve these problems because we believe that all lives have equal value, no matter where they are being lived�in rich countries with high-quality health care or poor countries with almost none; in well-off suburbs with shiny new high schools or in disadvantaged communities where most kids drop out. We also believe that from those to whom much is given, much is expected. We benefited from great schools, great health care, and a vibrant economic system. That is why we feel a tremendous responsibility to give back to society.

Starting from these core values, our foundation is guided by some key principles.

First, we concentrate on a few areas of giving so we can learn about the best approaches and have the greatest possible impact.

We choose these issues by asking: which problems affect the most people, and which have been neglected in the past? We also believe in the power of science and technology to improve people�s lives. In recent years, the world has made tremendous advances in fields ranging from biology to information technology, and yet not everybody is benefiting from these innovations.

Our goal is to help apply science and technology to the problems of the neediest people.

Finally, our foundation is deeply committed to the importance of partnerships. All of the issues we�re tackling will require the talents and resources of many people and many different organizations.

To effect lasting change, we must collaborate with governments, business, and other non-profit organizations. Our work with high schools in the United States, for instance, involves dozens of partners, from grass-roots community organizations all the way up to national policymakers. Changing high schools will require the efforts of parents, teachers, school administrators, school districts, a range of organizations devoted to school reform, and government leaders at every level. We need this kind of coordinated approach to make sure we prepare every child for college, work, and citizenship.

These are just some of the ways we think about the work we do. We are optimistic about the future. We were deeply gratified by the gift Warren Buffet gave our foundation in June 2006, which will allow us to roughly double our grant making starting in 2008. Warren�s incredible gift inspires us and makes us even more aware of the opportunity and deep responsibility we have to make a lasting impact for people in need.

Some of the problems we work on already have solutions, and our focus needs to be on getting those solutions into the hands of the people who need them most. Other problems have never been given the attention they deserve, and we believe focused efforts can lead to amazing advances. The challenges we face are great, but so is the opportunity to improve people�s lives.

 
 

Our Works on Approach to Giving

 

A New Era in Giving: We are committed to getting, and sharing, results from our grant making. Our Approach to Giving Learn about the process we use to help us choose the issues to work on and the organizations to which we make grants.

Our work begins with Bill and Melinda Gates� belief that all lives have equal value. We think all people deserve the chance to have healthy, productive lives. We have been developing a process that helps us decide how to spend our time, effort, and money so we can accomplish that goal for as many people as possible. This process helps us choose the issues we will work on and the groups to which we will make grants. This page explains that process.

ph_lg_about_nysr102a Bill and Melinda Gates and Warren Buffett set our overarching priorities�such as improving health and reducing extreme poverty in the developing world and improving high school education in the U.S.�and they establish high-level goals for our grant making programs. Then our program teams devise a strategy for meeting these goals.

We do not pretend that the process is unique to us. In fact, we have borrowed much from other organizations that have been making grants much longer than we have. We also recognize that we don�t always follow this process to the letter with every grant; in some cases it represents our aspirations as much as reality. Finally, this process is evolving as we get better at choosing strategies, making grants, and evaluating the results.

 


Applications Open for Annual Grant

 

Our Global Libraries initiative is accepting applications for the 2012 Access to Learning and Global Development Program.

Given each year by our Global Libraries initiative, the foundation's Access to Learning and Global Development Program, recognizes the innovative efforts of public libraries in the developing World to connect people to information through free access to computers and the Internet.

Financial Services for the Poor : Nearly 2.5 billion people live on less than $2 a day.

For one person in eight, hunger is a constant, potentially deadly, companion. The vast majority of the poor also lack access to the most basic financial services and only a tiny minority have access to the Internet.

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The foundation's Access to Learning and Global Development Program? Is working with motivated partners to create opportunities for people to lift themselves out of poverty and hunger. Our strategy is focused. Because most of the world's poorest people rely directly on agriculture, we support efforts to help small farmers improve crop production and market access. Because loans, insurance, and savings can help people weather setbacks and build assets, we facilitate access to financial services for the poor. And because information can change lives, we support free public access to computers connected to the Internet. We also support a range of learning opportunities, including potential new areas of long-term giving, and we respond to emergencies through our Special Initiatives grant making.

We focus on helping small farmers in the developing world, most of whom are women, by investing in efforts that can help them lift themselves and their families out of hunger and grinding poverty.

agricultural development

Approximately one billion people live in extreme poverty on $1 a day or less a great majority relies on small-scale agriculture but many cannot produce enough food to eat, let alone generate a surplus. Almost no country has achieved a rapid ascent from hunger and poverty without raising agricultural productivity. Working with partners, the foundation's Agricultural Development initiative is investing across the complete agricultural value chain, from improved seeds and crops to market access and related research. We focus on small farm households, mostly headed by women, and we seek to help protect their natural environment.

We believe these essential steps can, over time, lead to sustainable solutions that can help hundreds of millions of people move out of poverty and hunger.

We encourage the development of innovative financial products and services that are readily available to the people who need them most. We also support work that is researching and stimulating the financial services industry.

financial services for the poor Improving Family Economics

Among the world�s people who survive on less than $2 a day, only one person in 10 has access to formal financial services, such as loans, insurance, wire transfers, and savings accounts.

The goal of the foundation's Financial Services for the Poor initiative is to make these services far more available so families in developing countries can survive economic setbacks, build savings, and improve the health and education of their children.

ph_sm_lib_ata0220 The foundation's Financial Services for the Poor

Initiative works with partners to improve the standard and accessibility of services such as loans, savings accounts, and insurance for families in developing countries. We focus our funding support in four areas:

New and improved financial services products for the poor Business models that can speed growth in service supply More predictable cash flow to service providers Improved financial policy-making through better data collection and analysis Develop Financial Products for the Poor Less than one in 10 poor households has access to services that can reduce vulnerability to financial setbacks and help build personal assets. We support initiatives to develop new financial products, such as savings accounts or crop insurance that maximize outreach, lower transaction costs, and reduce inequity. In the near-term, we hope to encourage the development a variety of new or improved products with the ability to alleviate poverty.

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To provide services to the families who need them most, we fund efforts to develop distribution models with potential to dramatically improve the supply of financial services to the poor. In the next few years, we plan to facilitate solutions that can leverage technology, such as mobile phones, card systems, and credit scoring. We also encourage the development of financial services provided by commercial banks, public post offices, credit unions and cooperatives, and non-profit organizations including microfinance institutions.

ph_sm_lib_ata0175 Provide More Predictable Capital Flow

The financial services industry that serves the poor has grown largely due to funding from donors and social and commercial investors. We support initiatives that unlock sources of capital that can help grow effective institutions. When appropriate, we also encourage work that helps donor financing become more consistent and coordinated.

Improve Financial Policy-Making

To help decision-makers set sound financial policies, we fund efforts to improve data collection and policy analysis about financial services for the poor. When appropriate, we support advocacy efforts for policies that support improved access to services for poor families.

The Access to Learning and Global Development Program?

P rovides excellent opportunities for individuals, members of civil society and representatives from governments and none-government organizations.

The Access to Learning and Global Development Program? Is designed to give focus on less privilaged, disable and association valuable contact within the communities sector.
An individual in the developing countries needs access to learning, and this can only be achieved by having free access to computers and the internet. Public training to assist users in accessing online information that can help improves their lives. Technology training for library staff, outreach medical care to underserved communities.

The foundation's global libraries initiative invites applications from individuals and organizations outside the United States that have created new ways to offer these key services:

  • Free public access to computers and the Internet
  • Public training to assist users in accessing online information that can help improve their lives
  • Technology training for library staff
  • Outreach medical care to underserved communities

The award recipient can receive US$1 million & brand new HP dv9627cl laptop computers.

50206772650_002 HP DV9627CL Laptop Computer - 1.9 GHz Turion 64 x 2 Dual Core TL-58, 2048MB, 200GB, 802.11b/g wireless LAN, DVD+/-RW w/LightScribe, 17" True Bright Wide Screen, Web Cam, NVIDIA GeForce Go 7150M Graphics Card, Microsoft Vista Home Premium (Recertified)

Useful information for applicants

  • Applications are open to institutions/individuals outside the United States that are working with disadvantaged communities.
  • To be eligible, the applying institution/individual must allow all members of the public to use computers and the internet free of charge in a community space.

The Access to Learning and Global Development Program? Provides equal opportunity to all applicants in full compliance with all applicable laws, directives and regulations of bodies or agencies.
No person shall be discriminate against because of race, religion, color, nationality, age, sexual orientation, or physical disability.
The existing opportunities need organisations/individuals as our representative in giving to the communities.

 


Pre-Registration?

 

Step one: Recommended applicants outside United States, should forward their bio-data�s or CV to the BMGF headquarters through emails: grantenquiry@mail2join.com or bmgf_headquarters@programmer.net to obtain application form and a reference file number.
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step two: Applicants should forward the following by e-mail or fax:
1) Name of applicant
2) Name of country of origin and residence
3) Contact address, telephone and fax numbers
4) Profession, level of education
5) Passport size photograph/identity card

Information should be send together on receipt of the above requirements to open your application file and obtain application form.

Step three: Re-forward to the headquarters for approval of your issued application reference file number along with your filled application form, through fax: 12134028312.
Once the headquarters approved application, then instruction will be passing to applicant with arrangement options to receive the grant?

Successful applicant will either travel to the United States for claiming the grant. And we shall give more directives after application is approved.

 

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Richard Henriques

BMGF Zonal Coordinator
Foundation Operations

Richard Henriques oversees Finance and Accounting, Financial Planning and Analysis, Strategic Planning, Impact Planning and Improvement, and several special initiatives.

Timeline

Submissions: Application form on the Access to Learning and Global Development Program 2012. Should be return to the coordinating headquarters through this fax number: 12134028312.
All applicant for 2012 Access to Learning and Global Development Program? Application form should be return before or timeline 30th December, 2011.

Connecting to a World of Information
We have made grants to twenty-seven countries that are working to give citizens free access to computers, the Internet, and technology training in public libraries and reading rooms.

We select country partners based on demonstrated need, the strength of their existing library system, and their commitment to providing free access to computers and the Internet. Collaborative partnerships are critical to success, and we ask each community to commit significant funds to update their libraries� infrastructure, pay for Internet connectivity, and sustain their program for years to come.

Public libraries are natural partners in this effort.  Libraries have staff members who are dedicated to helping others learn and can guide people in the use of computers and the Internet. With these new tools and hands-on training, many more people around the world will be able to realize the economic, educational, and social benefits that information technology makes possible.

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Connie Collingsworth

General Counsel and Secretary
Foundation Operations

Connie Collingsworth

leads the Legal team, which provides staff guidance and creative solutions and upholds the foundation�s integrity. � � � � � � � � � � � �

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