Our financial policy will be structured in consultation with the government of each countrythe sky will be the limit of our achievements. We will move in every direction until we have achieved the target of eliminating all levels of poverty in the world.
We will start by engaging the farmers and giving them double the minimum wages in the country. At the same time we will engage construction companies to quickly build comfortable houses for the farmers in new villages located on the land. (Please refer to chart in Appendix A, Suggested Starting Point for forty Countries.)
We will also organize the supply of air conditioned tractors in order to reduce the fatigue of farming. This will give us the joy of alleviating poverty right from the beginning of the project.
It is our joy to state that our programme to eliminate poverty will be fulfilled at the start of the project, unlike any other project for which one has to wait for fulfilment until the project comes to an end.
Our Financial Policy is based on two aspectslocal currency and foreign currency:
1. Local CurrencyAs far as possible, local expenses needed for the construction of comfortable houses for the farmers and all other expenses for infrastructure and start-up costs will be met from the local currency provided as loans for the projects by the local banks. These loans will be paid back to the local banks according to the local system of repayment for agricultural loans, housing loans, as well as other kinds of loans to provide amenities such as air conditioning to improve the quality of life of the poor.
In case there is some limitation to this arrangement in any country, we will organize financing either through coupons, or through bonds issued with the governments consent.