Mohammad Abdur Rehman Asif
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When it comes to peace, how would you describe yourself?
I feel the pain in the world
What do you believe are the 'burning issues' today?
Hunger, Education, Human Rights, Other
So what is it?
What must we overcome to achieve peace?
According to my point of view the 1st and more important thing is hunger/shelter. After this education only after it we can able to make this world a real place to live.

And each and every one have to play his part for this cause.
Can we change the world?
More about me
I am a results oriented and energetic MBA (Project Management/Banking & Finance), PFA (Public Financial Accountant) & Project Management professional, strategic thinker, writer with the focus on economic issues currently world is facing with a desire to lead international development projects.

During my professional career I worked as a consultant, volunteer, corporate professional & development professional. This diversity gives me an edge that I am well aware about the customs, norms and organizational cultures of both sectors, i.e. Development & Corporate sector.

I have extensive experience in planning, business processes re-engineering, Organizational Development, Financial Modeling, Grants/Financial & Administration Management, directing, and delivering successful projects. In addition to my development work in Pakistan, Afghanistan & United Arab Emirates, I also have experience with community assessments, public hearings, Procurement, Contract Negotiations, Logistic Management, Security assessments in the vicinity, and organizational change. My unique strengths include a strong ability to stay focused, clearly defining scope of work, developing budgets, building international and virtual teams, managing schedules, procuring materials, mitigating risks, and communicating results to stakeholders.
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Peace on earth? Try free trade among men

Posted on February 10, 2009 at 11:20am 0 Comments

Peace on earth? Try free trade among men

By Daniel Griswold

Daniel Griswold is director of the Center for Trade Policy Studies at the Cato Institute in Washington.

December 29, 2005

Buried beneath the daily stories about car bombs and insurgents is an underappreciated but comforting fact during this Christmas season: The world has somehow become a more peaceful place.

As one little-noticed headline on an Associated Press story recently reported,… Continue

In Bad Economic Times, Focus on Impact

Posted on February 8, 2009 at 8:54pm 0 Comments

In Bad Economic

Times, Focus

on Impact By Bob Searle

and Alex Neuhoff


This article originally appeared in the October 30, 2008, issue of The Chronicle of Philanthropy.

Now is not the time for nonprofit organizations to spend precious dollars on anything that doesn't produce an

immediate benefit. Or is it?

Faced with the need to cut back, investing in projects designed to increase productivity and efficiency (such as

moving forward with the… Continue

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At 3:16pm on June 13, 2010, Eva said…

iPeace is deleted from David Califa the end of June. Here you can find a new home.

You are cordially invited.

Warm regards, Eva
At 12:17pm on March 3, 2009, esoldier said…
i'm jash from india
i am a film student

i have made a video on world peace

Plz watch it and comment and rate it!!!

please add this video to your blog/website/myspace/facebook account

At 6:22am on February 22, 2009, James L. Foster said…
Thank you, Mohammed, for your invitation to friendship.

Compassionate spirituality dictates that we critique our economic practices on individual, corporate, and global levels, assessing their impact on human life and society, on personal and international relationships, and our planet’s capabilities to sustain itself and its inhabitants. It includes issues of biblical justice, human greed, and compassionate, spiritually-based economics. Any religion that does this can be part of the solution to the world's problems. Unfortunately, you are right that religion is often the problem, particularly fundamentalist religion of any kind.

I think you may find interesting the creed on which my life and work is based. Here it is:


As a citizen of the world...

I BELIEVE in the dignity of all humanity, that each person is a being of supreme worth.

I BELIEVE in the wholeness of the human race, undivided by economic, cultural, racial, sexual or national differences.

I BELIEVE in the stewardship of life and resources to the end that all may mutually benefit from the earth's bounty and that no person may have to go without food or shelter.

I BELIEVE in the primacy of human relationships as a person committed and responsible to other persons, regardless of their economic status, race, creed or nationality.

I BELIEVE in the global community, interdependent and mutually responsible for our physical and social environments.

I BELIEVE that we are One World and affirm that I am a citizen of this world. My allegiance to it and its people, my brothers and sisters, is primary over all other political entities.

I AM, therefore, committed to the promotion and care of the whole of humanity without partiality or prejudice and with such resources as I have at my command, both within and without.

I HEREWITH AFFIRM that I wish, as much as I possibly can, to base my actions on my beliefs and thus contribute to a world where justice and compassion rule and where greed and hatred are diminished.

I invite you to join me in making this creed yours as well.

Also check out my websites when you have opportunity. They are: (particularly the tab at the top on "global economics."

At 2:40pm on February 17, 2009, Adena said…
I hate the situation in Gaza, I wish it wasnt happening. I cant change it but I am going to continue to try and give people hope that someday our children and our grandchildren will never have to deal with something so awful. We all need to do what we can to try and make things better. I believe that Raudat el Salam (The Peace Preschool) is a way to change things for everybodys future. It may not make a difference this year or next year but I hope someday it will. And I am trying to put out that same message here and on my Facebook profile page- a message of hope and acceptance.
Enshallah we will live in peace soon!
At 7:57am on February 17, 2009, Adena said…
Thank you so much for watching and commenting on our video!
Hugs from Jerusalem,
Adena Levine,
Peace Preschool Director.
At 10:54am on February 8, 2009, Stephanie said…
Sounds like you have a lot of experience and knoweldge. Maybe you can lead iPeace members into reading your blogs if you write them, that will be filled with useful thoughts and information. Thanks for the friend invitation! I am honored.
I started a story group 15,000 stories. It is not easy to get all the world to reply, mostly very good English writers, the others are timid. Or the others have fewer stories with a smile in them. And this is very sad. There must be something that people remember that made them smile, and their contribution would help us to understand them. But it is maybe difficult when, like you say, hunger and shelter is of vital concern, and smiles are difficult in many parts of the world.
what do you think about this?
Nice to meet you

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