Engineering Firm Wants To Build 100 Homes on Barbuda

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Engineering firm, International Global Development, is seeking approval to build 100 homes on Barbuda which was ravaged by hurricane Irma more than two years ago.

Two representatives of (IGD), led by its President, and accompanied by a representative from Barbuda, were invited to Cabinet to share their ambitions for raising money to be utilized for the building of 100 houses, a shelter, or a police station on the sister island.

The IGD representative reportedly explained that they were seeking approval for the project from the Barbuda Local Government for their undertaking.

The government says charitable institutions that do good may not be able to raise money themselves, if they lack contacts with wealthy donors.

“It was discerned from the discussion that IGD officials have special contacts with wealthy people who are prepared to provide resources, such that non-recourse loans can be accessed through their agency,” it was reported following Friday’s Cabinet.

According to its website, IGD is a renowned engineering international firm  whose main objective is to build stronger communities in the world through projects that have a direct positive impact on the community, the local economy and the environment.

IGD’s main strategies are (a) the creation of a project development team, including the participating governments, private sector, developers and investors, and (b) to seek gap financing sources for our clients from our network of internationally accredited finance sources.

IGD’s creative financing methods, highly efficient construction system  and strategic alliances with experts in different industries puts IGD in a unique position to assist clients with their project on any soil, for any climate, by any design, on any budget, anywhere in the world.

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  1. I guess that will be the end of the Barbudan communal land laws. There is no way all those ppl can buy their homes cash. Banks will require land and house as one property. Then, that will open the door to EVERYBODY being able to buy property in Barbuda. This is, indeed, a VERY SLIPPERY SLOPE. It requires much more thinking through than simply giving the Americans permission to build 100 homes.

  2. Notes From A Native Son Of The Rock! “The Afrocentric method seeks to uncover the masks behind the rhetoric of power, privilege, and position in order to establish how principal myths create place. The method enthrones critical reflection that reveals the perception of monolithic power as nothing but the projection of a cadre of adventurers.” – Dr. Molefi Asante: Afrocentricity – A Theory of Social Change!

    “The government says charitable institutions that do good may not be able to raise money themselves, if they lack contacts with wealthy donors.” – ANR

    “It goes without saying that the Afrocentrist cannot function properly as a scientist or humanist if he or she does not adequately locate the phenom in time and space. This means that chronology is as important in some situations as location. The two aspects of analysis are central to any proper understanding of society, history, or personality.”

    “It was discerned from the discussion that IGD officials have special contacts with wealthy people who are prepared to provide resources, such that non-recourse loans can be accessed through their agency,” it was reported following Friday’s Cabinet.

    “The best way to apprehend location of a text is to determine where the researcher is located in time and space first. Once you know the location and time of the researcher or author it is fairly easy to establish the parameters for the phenom itself.”

    No State Registration! No Names! No Projects! No References! Where are the CDB and IDB Bona Fides!

    “The philosophy of Afrocentricity … is a way of answering all cultural, economic, political, and social questions related to African people from a centered position. … Indeed, Afrocentricity cannot be reconciled to any hegemonic or idealistic philosophy. It is opposed to radical individualism …. But it is also opposed to spookism, confusion, and superstition.”

    Oh Gad! Due Diligence!

    “Why have People of African Descent been shut out of global development?” The Afrocentrist would look to the questions of location, control of the hegemonic global economy, marginalization, and power positions as keys to understand the underdevelopment of African people.”

    Have Mercy Pon US!

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