social investment

Poverty is an incubator for conflict and ironically conflict accentuates poverty. While immense progress has been made in the field of international development to reduce extreme poverty and reach the millennium development goals by 2015, however the global economic crisis has reversed most of these gains. Extreme poverty can be a precipitator of regional political instability which can have a ripple effect and grow into a global economic and political crisis
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Miki Uranishi inspects Barinu Institute from farm 
to the market place program produce in Asia Markets.  
Chancellor Uwaifo Aromose( Left) with  Rev Jesse Jackson 
( Right) Civil rights activist legend and 1984 and 1988 United 
States of America  Presidential Candidate.

  Barinu Institute for Economic Development 
Executive Training  Seminar at the Washington DC Mayor Office 
of partnership.  
SooHee Lee gives Presentation at Barinu Institute organized
side event during the United Nations Thirteenth Session of 
the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues 
Chancellor Uwaifo Aromose  (Right) speaks with Caroline Anstey(Middle)
 Managing Director of the World Bank at the World Bank-IMF
 Civil Society Reception.
Andrew Oneil of Nexant (USAID) presenting at
Barinu Institute  Conference on Energy Trade and Development
in the Gulf of Guinea.

Chancellor Uwaifo Aromose (Left) with Datin Paduka Seri Rosmah
Mansor( middle) wife of the Prime Minister of Malaysia and
Barinu Institute  Karlygash Dairbayeva of Kazakhstan (Right).  

Chancellor Uwaifo Aromose (Left) with Mrs Robinson (Right)
 Former President of Ireland and Former United Nations High 
Commissioner for Human Rights