Foundation of the Wisdom within
Socio-Economic Roles for Southern Informal and Western Ethnic Homes
ARNAUD SEGLA

Segla, Arnaud, 1978-, author
Foundation of the Wisdom within
Socio-Economic Roles for Southern Informal and Western Ethnic Homes
ISBN: 978-2-924872-71-0

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Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec, 2024
Bibliothèque et Archives Canada, 2024

Maquette et mise en page: Amaru
Photo de couverture: ©karelnoppe
Cover design: Amrane Salah
Translation: Amaru
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“Each Human is important to the eyes of God”

Contents
Contents 3
Introduction 8
Context of the project. 8
Project description 8
GENERAL ORIENTATION 8
1. Purpose of our M&E Plan 8
2. Organization and Project Overview 8
Background of Organization and Project 8
Organization Vision 9
3. Project Description (Reminder) 9
4. Summary 9
CONCEPTUAL ELEMENTS 10
1. Problem Statement: What is the problem affecting the lives of people living in poverty that your innovation or solution addresses? 10
2. Description of the Innovation: What is your innovation? How does your innovation compare to existing alternatives and what are the advantages of your innovation compared to these alternatives, including standard practice? 10
3. Target Population: Who does your innovation impact? 11
4. Theory of Change and Existing Evidence: How will your innovation lead to improved development outcomes? Please clearly describe the theory of change behind the innovation and cite the evidence linking your innovation to its intended impact. 11
Impact 11
Project summary 11
Inputs 11
Indicators 11
Means of Verifications 12
Risk and Assumptions 12
Outcomes 12
Outputs (Delivrable) 12
5. Current Impact and Reach: What has been achieved to date and how many people does the innovation currently serve? If other organizations have also implemented this innovation, please specifically indicate your organization’s experience and reach. 12
6. Anticipated Impact and Reach: What specific social outcomes do you expect your innovation to achieve over the next 3 years? How many people do you expect your innovation to reach over this time period? Please specify how you estimate the number of people served and the magnitude of impacts. 13
7. Evaluation Methodology: What evaluation methodology will you use to measure the success of your innovation? 13
8. Key Performance Indicators: What relevant metrics/key performance indicators (KPIs) will you use to track your innovation’s performance and how will you collect the data? 13
Impact 13
Logframe level 13
Desigragated by 14
Indicators 14
Definitions 14
Target 14
Outcomes 14
Outputs (Delivrable) 14
9. Cost and Potential Cost-Effectiveness: What is the current cost of your innovation, and what might make your innovation more cost-effective than alternatives? How do costs change as your innovation scales? 15
Budgeted Activity Breakdown 15
Roles and responsibilities chart 17
10. Pathway to Scale: How will your innovation scale and be funded sustainably? Please explain the revenue model (public, private, or hybrid) and how your innovation will reach millions of people. Please indicate how many people you expect to serve over the next 10 years and specify how you estimate this number. Describe how the proposed activities will generate critical proof points for your intended path to scale. How will DIV funding play a catalytic role in your innovation’s path to scale? 18
Manifesto (Advocacy) strategies 18
11. Activities to be Supported with Proposed Funding: Please list and describe all major activities you will execute for the proposed project and the approximate amounts to be spent on each activity. Then, please indicate the total amounts to be spent by major budget categories. 19
12. Anticipated Risks: What are the biggest challenges or risks you expect to encounter and what measures will you take to mitigate them? 20
13. Lead Organization: Please provide an overview of the lead implementing organization and include relevant past experience implementing similar activities. Describe why this organization is uniquely positioned and has the capacity to solve the problem. 21
Synoptic statement of the ECO World Project (Community Economics of Organizations) 21
14. Key Personnel: Who are the key team members for implementation of grant activities and what is their level of effort? 21
Manager (Strategy and Philosophy) 21
Responsible of the Seeds (Networking, Outreach and Influence) 22
15. Partner Organizations: Describe key partner organizations and explain how they have demonstrated their commitment to supporting or participating in the project activities. What skills, experience or resources will they contribute to implementing or scaling the innovation? What are their roles and responsibilities? 22
ECO World Foundation (Community Economy of Organizations) 22
The Lean intention Academy (Ethnicity and Economy within Calm lifetime endeavour) 22
The Wisemen Council (Consulting Firm and Think Tank) 22
Arnaud Segla (Informal Management, Economics and Philosophy for Sustainable development) 22
16. Professional References: Please provide contact information for up to three (3) professional references who can speak to the past performance and ability of the applicant. 22
17. Citations: Please use the space below to list any citations referenced in your responses above. Only content written in the application will be reviewed; these citations will be used to verify factual accuracy if necessary. 23
Observations 23
Advocacy strategies 23
Audience: 23
Change: 23
Motivation Style: 23
Policy window: 23
Framing: 23
Tactic 1 23
Tactic 2 24
Interim Outcome: 24
Data source: 24
Collection: 24
Collectors: 24
Timing: 24
Analysis 24
Risk Analysis 24
INTERNAL RISKS (The problems you might face from within your organization or coalition) 24
EXTERNAL RISKS (The problems you might face from outside your organization or coalition) 24
Conclusion 25
WITHIN OUR COLLECTION 26
Economic Development Series : 26
Analysis Category 26
Guides Category 26
Manuals Category 27
Precise Category 27
Tools Category 27
Model Category 28
Ethnic Identity Series: 28
Quotes Category 28
Short Stories Category 28
Meditations Category 28
Prose Category 28
Novel Category 28
Testimony Category 28
Sustainable Development Series: 29
Ka Method Category 29
H(Or)S Series: 29
Composition Category 29
Chronique Category 29
Entreprise profile 30

Let’s take Confidence! Let’s not be afraid to rebuild our socio-economic Sovereignty (transmissible Heritage) and ethno-cultural Freedom (Identity Pride) by reclaiming income security, a satisfying profile, a feeling of contentment and contentment with feeling. What counts is not to leave one’s Comfort Zone, but to seek Effort and Pleasure, not Ease (ritual in Prodigality) or Honors (cult of Personality) in one’s Business Development Strategy. It’s the guarantee of Fulfillment through the entrepreneurial, professional, artistic, business, martial or marital path of Life. That’s why putting Man back at the heart of the economic, social, cultural and political spheres is tantamount to saying that “Every Man is important in the Eyes of God”.
Soul Autonomism: Appeasement of ethno cultural stress and socio-economic distress among young Mere (15 – 75) from Canada, Africa, and Europe, who don’t have a life situation temporally stable.
“Each Human is important to the eyes of God”; “Don’t be afraid to be proud of yourself”

Introduction
Socio-economic role wisdom, formerly known as “economic empowerment”, is the empowerment of life partners through the distribution of productive roles in a household. It aims to limit the effects of poverty, precariousness, profanity, etc. as a burden weighing on the resource person(s), whether in the household or the community.
Context of the project.
“A simple kickstart could lead to great impact on community and international economic development”
Community and International economic development are often under the action of NGO or Non for profit organizations. There are new trends first to get people with foreign expertise and local culture from the Diaspora of Southern countries involved in rebuilding efforts and, secondly, to organization that have independent source of revenue to sustain their activities. That why we decide to initiate this project of foundation to launch our socioeconomic action of our structure that is for profit but fall in the category of organizations that seek people better living condition as part of business other assignment. We choose to work on Diaspora unemployment leading to precarity and youth entrepreneurship as a leverage tool out of poverty.
Project description
The ECO World Foundation is the project designed to build a set of sovereign households socioeconomically connected virtually. Members of this virtual and ethnic community are invited to sovereignty through:
• Financial Independence by Pay or Safety (Courage) that is to say for the Sufficiency of income made of a transferable inheritance resulting from the Savings.
• Ethnic Identity by Peace or Sakina (Confidence) that is to say by the Satisfaction of the Heart made of an emotional equilibrium stemming from the Harness.
We want to accompany the willing members in this socioeconomic sovereignty by learning, consulting, financing, supporting etc. activities (by any means necessary)
The effect will be a better living conditions for them helping spiritual achievement.
GENERAL ORIENTATION
1. Purpose of our M&E Plan
We are applying to a government financing and partnership and I need to build a M&E plan to be sure that I can have a way to report the performance of my project and most of all learn how to deal with M&E Planification for any potential project coming with the partnership
2. Organization and Project Overview
Background of Organization and Project
The Wisemen Council is a consulting firm focusing in strategy within project management and business engineering. Since 2009, it specializes in the implementation of simple management practices, effective and tailored for a better project performance and competitiveness of projects promoter operating in a critical financial environment. We aim to contribute to the strengthening of informal economy in respect to the market economy. We want to alleviate the insufficient income of the local and diaspora communities by focusing on the ethnic skilled workforces contribution to the creation of economic structures in order to generate work for the informal sector of the continent for a continuous socioeconomic reclaiming (quantum leap in revenue at each generation).
Because it will be setting all the tool that we need for the regular operation of our company as an official organization in international development acting with a specific approach aligned with People of South and West living style and philosophy.
Organization Vision
Vision
By defining better strategies and projects, together we can bring the enterprises within social, ethnic, informal and numeric economy to better compete in the creation of wealth and value which source is our way of life for their economic integration.
“Making informal economy a quality alternative to the liberal system”
3. Project Description (Reminder)
The ECO World foundation is the project designed to build a set of sovereign households socioeconomically connected virtually. Members of this virtual and ethnic community are invited to sovereignty through:
• Financial Independence by Pay or Safety (Courage) that is to say for the Sufficiency of income made of a transferable inheritance resulting from the Savings.
• Ethnic Identity by Peace or Sakina (Confidence) that is to say by the Satisfaction of the Heart made of an emotional equilibrium stemming from the Strive.
We want to accompany the willing members in this socioeconomic sovereignty by learning, consulting, financing, supporting etc. activities (by any means necessary)
The effect will be a better living conditions for them helping spiritual achievement.
4. Summary
Duration: the foundation phase (finding funds) is from 01/09/2020 to 01/09/2021
Location: Online all over the world where African and African Diaspora live especially physically in Ottawa, Canada.
Beneficiaries: the target community whose Promoter personae is described by:
Young or less young men and women motivated by the African renaissance or tired of the geopolitical status quo who seeks a model and an alternative way to the media tic and not enough pragmatics solutions to poverty and precarity. They are preferably active (students, unemployed scholars, entrepreneurs, members of associations, or even religious) ready to listen to a different message in terms of Black Identity or economic development within the valorization of Personal Spirituality and Informal Philosophy.
Estimated budget: 307,330 CAD
Targeted funders: Government and International Institution or Organization.
Desired impact: When this self-affirmation endeavor will flow, when we let it flow from every village, every hamlet, from every state and every city, we will be able to speed up our efforts when all People of South and West, poor men and rich men, market financier and economist, believer and nonbeliever will be able to share wealth and knowledge and preserve the world from destroying the planet in a virtual Nation.

CONCEPTUAL ELEMENTS
The questions that guide the development of the narrative for this conceptual note are taken from the USAID Development Innovation Ventures (DIV) Project Submission Form (Sample Application). All rights reserved.
1. Problem Statement: What is the problem affecting the lives of people living in poverty that your innovation or solution addresses?
The precariousness of status among skilled immigrant workers who, despite an often well-furnished curriculum, have to make do with food jobs (call center, material handling, cleaning, etc.) and social assistance of last resort allied to food banks, time to reduce, through experience acquired and networking, the dissatisfaction with the profile of the jobs to which they have access. It is indeed regrettable that their professional potential cannot be exploited while Africa suffers from this brain drain that, once defeated their illusion on the living conditions in Western countries that has long lulled them, finally feel the call to contribute remotely to the affirmation of the continent through the transfer of knowledge related to their expertise, the investment of capital, but above all to testify on their journey to temper the unrealistic dreams of their counterparts.
In a similar vein, poverty due to unemployment among young Africans is often a question of incompetence due to the inadequacy of public and sometimes even private education systems (schools without real curriculum and aiming more at mercantile objectives than training). Knowing how to use only Word software with a beginner level after 3 years of university is deplorable considering the World in which we evolve and whose requirements at the level of recruitment put in competition local profiles with cross-border pearls seasoned. Indeed, we have moved from Information Technologies which gave us Social Networks and Mobile Applications to Artificial Intelligence which opens new horizons of productivity initiated with Telework, Online Collaboration, Virtual Money etc. The lack of adaptation or even professional attractiveness of young Africans deserves a joint effort of the whole community to guide them in strengthening their technical and managerial capacities.
2. Description of the Innovation: What is your innovation? How does your innovation compare to existing alternatives and what are the advantages of your innovation compared to these alternatives, including standard practice?
Beware of informal project management in the contemporary world by Africans. They give you minimum parameters for starting a project, a cost, a duration and a scope, and you launch the execution of the work by trusting them; they called themselves experts. Very quickly, they come back to you and say “We’re stuck”, “How are we going to do it”, “It wasn’t enough”. Indeed, most of the time, the budget, the risks or the quality or even the influence of the stakeholders were not taken into account in the initial evaluation (if there was one) that determined these minimum parameters. However, obtaining the result for the project owner or the sponsor remains sensitive or important because it involves investments linked to an expectation of key deliverables or a return on financial investment. We are, in fact, caught in a trap. It is then necessary to resort to emergency resources or actions and the (over)life of the projects becomes very quickly critical or goes through a crisis. One then has the impression of having to deal with crooks rather than amateurs, since very few of them will acknowledge responsibility for their lack of competence and rigor. They don’t admit their wrongdoing, don’t accept to be taken advantage of, or shy away from the difficulty of rectifying the situation. “God will do” is not quite a Project Strategy.
Informal is above all a question of Simplicity in Attitudes but it does not prevent from aiming at economic performance and or social adaptation of the Results if its actors take the trouble to train themselves a little bit to the basic notions or to the rudiments of management without aiming at a professional career in this field. Our goal is to raise the popular level of management, but informal, which is above all a question of common sense and Realism. These are often lacking, unfortunately, and it must be said, to many Africans and members of the diaspora when it is not an unfortunate inclination to dishonesty by lure of easy gain. This capacity building in informal management has the same importance as that of civism or respect for the environment. It will also include youths who has dropped from school and migrants with poor level of education. We can cite the case of Rwanda, which is gaining in socio-economic success, even if the leadership associated with it is not unanimous and remains questionable as to whether it is viable and sustainable.
3. Target Population: Who does your innovation impact?
Our target is the Mere (15 – 75 years old) men and women who do not have a stable socioeconomic and ethnocultural situation.
Our clients are peer organizations (VSEs, SMEs, NGOs, NPOs, CSOs, BEs and PTFs) that work with this target in their projects.
Our objective is to give reference points and tools to migrants who are usually marginalized and weakened, and to allow them to have better prospects for the future by rebuilding a proud identity and a transmissible heritage.
Finally, all supporters of this cause of reducing poverty by 2030 constitute of Shared Vision Partners (SVP) as long as the implementation of projects and initiatives puts forward the knowledge of the contexts, environment and living conditions by the economic actors and community leaders themselves from the South.
4. Theory of Change and Existing Evidence: How will your innovation lead to improved development outcomes? Please clearly describe the theory of change behind the innovation and cite the evidence linking your innovation to its intended impact.
Impact
Soul Autonomism: Alleviation of ethnocultural stress and socio-economic distress among young Mere (15 – 75 years old) from Canada and Africa who do not have a stable socio-economic and ethnocultural situation.
Project summary
“Facilitating the reappropriation of conditions of natural and sustainable life by contemporary (Africans) men and women”
Inputs
• Promote content to awake Ethnic pride
• Offer supporting services in entrepreneurship
Indicators
• Percentage of African Household above poverty level
• Percentage of African Diaspora Household above precarity level
• Percentage of member stating to be proud of their Identity
• Percentage of Member stating to have reached Revenue sufficiency
• Number adhesion to the project
• Number of business project created
• Level of satisfaction of Member
• Number of ebook sold
• Number of broadcast made
• Number of entrepreneurs supported by year
• Level of satisfaction of entrepreneur
Means of Verifications
• Survey
• Registration log
• Ethnic Entrepreneurship
• Franchise log
• Means of Verifications
• Marketplaces tracking indicators
• Webpage Traffic mesurement
• Calendar count
Risk and Assumptions
• The purpose of the project is discredited gradually and finally banned
• The leadership is taken over by politics and activists and not entrepreneurs themselves
• People do not adhere to the ethnic dimension of their lives
• People are satisfied with their living conditions
• Alternative way of life and philosophy are created
• Alternative way of revenue sharing and acquisition are found
• People are not willing to read content nor are interested in the topic
• People can’t afford supporting services
Outcomes
• Member are proud of their ethnic Identity
• Member reach Revenue sufficiency
• Informal way of life are claimed by Member
• Healthy businesses are created by Member
Outputs (Delivrable)
Proposal of a set of resources aimed at economic players and community leaders grouped together in Foyer interrelated virtually between the African country in the Center and the Diaspora in the North (after rejection of the South and West) to continue and strengthen the work.
5. Current Impact and Reach: What has been achieved to date and how many people does the innovation currently serve? If other organizations have also implemented this innovation, please specifically indicate your organization’s experience and reach.
The Ka Method continues to implement operational results based on a realistic attitude. Thus, we were able to propose it in turn in the Economic Development of Ethnic Entrepreneurs (2012-2015), the Socio-Economic Empowerment of Informal Entrepreneurs (2016-2020), and then the Advocacy for Civil Rights of International Entrepreneurs (2020-2021). We have addressed many practical cases that the Method has used to complete its Observations. Thus the doctrinal Foundations elaborated serve as bases or DNA for the reproduction of the adherents, the Manuals of the Academy give a theoretical content to structure the Philosophy or informal Thought, the Tutors, as for them, bring an enlightened glance between this theory and their personal experiences, finally the learners are confronted with the reality with the baggage received and receive an accompaniment according to the cases which they meet. They are the real Carriers of change for the Pioneer Vision which is the Cause we defend by our daily and full Commitment to them.
6. Anticipated Impact and Reach: What specific social outcomes do you expect your innovation to achieve over the next 3 years? How many people do you expect your innovation to reach over this time period? Please specify how you estimate the number of people served and the magnitude of impacts.
We wish to build a strategic bridge of intermediation in Business Administration and Community Trade between Canada and Africa. It is a Rigorous Effort of the Citizens of Africa, its Diaspora and their Sympathizers in Canada. The Model can be proposed in the long term to other Souths (Afro-descendants of Latin America, Asia and Australia) in the process of financial and community affirmation within the framework of a scaling up after proof of success of the Archetype.
7. Evaluation Methodology: What evaluation methodology will you use to measure the success of your innovation?
Project monitoring and evaluation activities will be organized by project team members with an independent external resource with this expertise in accordance with generally accepted monitoring and evaluation practices and the donor’s accountability requirements. This will involve, at a minimum, a baseline study, a mid-project report, and an end-of-project report. Collection tools are identified in the indicator table along with their administration. The budget includes an amount for the activities of this component of the project and is included in the project implementation schedule. (See Theory of Change and KPI)
8. Key Performance Indicators: What relevant metrics/key performance indicators (KPIs) will you use to track your innovation’s performance and how will you collect the data?
Impact
“Facilitating the reappropriation of conditions of natural and sustainable life by contemporary (Africans) men and women Percentage of African Household above poverty level
Logframe level
• African Diaspora: African relatives and descendant
• Household: fiscal declaration unit
• Member are proud of their ethnic Identity
• Member reach Revenue sufficiency
• poverty level: less than 2 dollars by day
• precarity level:less than 20,000 CAD by year
• Informal way of life are claimed by Member
• Healthy businesses are created by Member
• Promote content to awake Ethnic pride
• Offer supporting services in entrepreneurship
Desigragated by
• gender: Men and Women
• age: less than 25; 25-40; 40-60; more than 60
• Living in African or Living out of Africa
Indicators
• Percentage of African Diaspora Household above precarity level African: people living in Africa
• Percentage of member stating to be proud of their Identity
• Percentage of Member stating to have reached Revenue sufficiency
• Number adhesion to the project
• Number of business project created
• Level of satisfaction of Member Adhesion: taking membership to the quality label as frenchise business: sole, small and medium proprietorship
• Number of ebook sold
• Number of brodcast made
• Number of entrepreneurs supported by year
• Level of satisfaction of entrepreneur
Definitions
• Living in African or Living out of Africa
• Stating pride: committing officially to the community
• Stating revenue sufficiency: no longer using welfare service
• eBook: publication on electronique format
• Broadcast: promotion by traditional or online media
• Supporting service: project management, business eng. learning, coaching
Target
• 5% more each 4 year
• 20 each year
• 20 each year
• 70% of satisfaction
• 40 eBooks each year
• 1 brodcast by quater
Outcomes
• African Diaspora Homes and African relatives and descendant Household
• Healthy informal and ethnic businesses connected in virtual network.
Outputs (Delivrable)
• Socioeconomic Projects and Initiatives delivered.
• Ethnocultural Profiles and Enterprises freed.
9. Cost and Potential Cost-Effectiveness: What is the current cost of your innovation, and what might make your innovation more cost-effective than alternatives? How do costs change as your innovation scales?
Budgeted Activity Breakdown
The budgeted breakdown of the activities with the hierarchical structure is available on demand.
Code Activities Duration Parent Prede-cessor Budget (CAD HT) Effort (Weekly) Comment
0 The ECO World (Economy and Ecology) Foundation 445 – – 307,330 10 d / M Recap
A Project management 400 days 160,000 3 d/M
A1 Canada &Africa 400 days A – 50$/h – 40h/W
B Project coordination 300 days 84,000
B1 Canada 300 days B A 35$/h – 20h/W 2,5 d/M
B2 Africa 300 days B A 35$/h – 20h/W 2,5 d/M
C logistics – B 2,210$
C1 Laptop C 900$ Worktool
C2 Server C C1 500$ Data base
C3 Tablette C C1 2 x 250$ Worktool
C4 Learn dash software C C1 230$ Course
C5 WPML software C C1 80$ Translation
D Setting 75 days 13,500$ Estimation
D1 Course setting 75 days D C4 8,000$ 5 d/M Speaker Allowance
D1.1 Recording 75 days D C4 6,000$ 5 d/M Speaker Allowance
D1.2 Implementation 3 days D1 D1 50$/h – 40h/W 3 d/M
D1.3 Testing 2 days D1 D1.1 50$/h – 40h/W 2 d/M
D2 eBook editing and publication finalization 50 days D C1 5,500$ 5 d/M 14 eBooks (including 2 Manual)
D2.1 Manuscript writing 25 days D2 C1 1,000$ 5 d/M Writer Allowance
D2.2 Manuscript Translation and revision 25 days D2 D2.1 1,500$ 5 d/M ENG and FRA
D2.3 Editing and publishing 25 days D2 D2.3 3,000$ 5 d/M EPub and Books
E Funding 26,600
E1 Capital for the food bank – A 25,000$
E2 Hosting of the project – A 12 x 130$
F Ressource 100 days 900
F1 Job posting for CV pooling 100 days F B 4 x 75$ Consultant and Student subscribe to Share Wiser
F2 Academy recruitment campaign 50 days F B 4 x 150$ Consultant and Student subscribe to Share Wiser
G Operation 200 days 12,120$
G1 Project launch 1 day 120$
G2 Fees for Course promotion and access 200 days G G1 60 x 50$ 5 d/M Free online access
G3 Fees for Books promotion 60 days G G1 60 x 50$ 5 d/M
G4 Fees for Public sensibilization 60 days G G1 60 x 50$ 5 d/M
G5 Fees for Service prospection and offer 200 days G G1 60 x 50$ 5 d/M Coordination not included
H Licence and Label 20 days 4,000$
H1 Evaluation of the Label The Lean Intention 10 days 2,000$ 5 d/M
H1.1 Initiation 5 days H1 50$/h – 20h/W 5 d/M
H1.2 Mid Project Evaluation 3 days H1 50$/h – 20h/W 5 d/M
H1.3 Final Evaluation 2 days H1 50$/h – 20h/W 5 d/M
H2 Evaluation of The Licence in Community Economy 10 days 2000$ 5 d/M
H2.1 Initiation 5 days H2 50$/h – 20h/W 5 d/M
H2.2 Mid Project Evaluation 3 days H2 50$/h – 20h/W 3 d/M
H2.3 Final Evaluation 2 days H2 50$/h – 20h/W 2 d/M
I Monitoring and Evaluation 20 days 4,000$
I1 Initiation 10 days – A 50$/h – 20h/W 10 d/M
I2 Mid Project Evaluation 5 days – G 50$/h – 20h/W 5 d/M
I3 Final Evaluation 5 days – H 50$/h – 20h/W 5 d/M
J Project closing Transfer for sustainability 45 days 0$
J1 Financial and Administrative closing 15 days J H 0$ 5 d/M Project Coordination and management
J2 Resource release 15 days J H 0$ 5 d/M Project Coordination and management
J3 Funder reporting 15 days J H 0$ 5 d/M Project Coordination and management

Cost are mainly Manpower to be pay.
Roles and responsibilities chart
Role Responsabilities
Responsible of the Seeds
Collect, Enter or collate Data from Franchised entrepreneurs and Consultants each learning session
Responsible of peers engagement
Collect and analyze data about online traffic and engagement
Commercial
Collect and analyze data about socioeconomic performance
Coordinator
View monitoring data and make recommendations.
Manager
Verify data and write report
Financial
Store data and cowrite report
Responsible of Outreach and Networking
Communicate data and report
Mentor Read and comment data and report
Stakeholder
Read reports
Peers
Read reports
10. Pathway to Scale: How will your innovation scale and be funded sustainably? Please explain the revenue model (public, private, or hybrid) and how your innovation will reach millions of people. Please indicate how many people you expect to serve over the next 10 years and specify how you estimate this number. Describe how the proposed activities will generate critical proof points for your intended path to scale. How will DIV funding play a catalytic role in your innovation’s path to scale?
This project is in a pilot phase of prototyping what could become a longer term program in the broader sense in favor of economic actors and community leaders from ethnic communities (visible minorities or not) in precariousness and poverty. The recording of all the results of the project as well as the direct and indirect impacts are data that can be used to justify measures to facilitate and perpetuate the action put in place as well as the provision of complementary resources to the structures created within the framework of the project.
Manifesto (Advocacy) strategies
Audience:
Young or less young men and women motivated by the African renaissance or tired of the geopolitical status quo who seeks a model and an alternative way to the media tic and not enough pragmatics solutions to poverty and precarity. They are preferably active (students, unemployed scholars, entrepreneurs, members of associations, or even religious) ready to listen to a different message in terms of Black Identity or economic development within the valorization of Personal Spirituality and Informal Philosophy.
Change:
We are trying to alleviate life and human being exposition to socioeconomic stress I’m trying to convince the population to change their Attitude towards Image and Money through Ethnic pride and Financial independence with respectively the means of Harness and Savings.
Motivation Style:
We will motivate them with intrinsic positive motivation to change the status quo in socioeconomic oppression and the right to fight for Freedom by inviting them to be part of an alternate State of Minds or Mind State, The Black Kingdom, that respect their need of sovereignty around their own values and lead them to Ethnic pride and Financial independence.
Policy window:
As an ongoing project with an official launch and regular communications in media towards first target population starting with an official reform in Canada global affaires policy and African Union summit about sustainable development in 2020 after a test in Senegal in 2019.
Framing:
We are framing that as a socioeconomic rebuilding endeavour as part of the African renaissance (mostly advertised by “Afrocentric” movements) with a pragmatic and strategic that take place essentially online. We called it the “Silent revolution”
Tactic 1 We choose to act on the will of public and influencer to motivate them with intrinsic positive motivation to commit to the project
Tactic 2 On any popular or elite event or broadcast opportunity talking about socioeconomic changes regarding people suffering from poverty and precarity.
Interim Outcome:
Member of the project are reaching Revenue sufficiency (helping to instill ethnic pride)
Data source:
Entrepreneurs themselves, organization having the mandate to accompany entrepreneurs and government
Collection:
Community survey auto financed or financed by local government
Collectors:
Internal consultant forms our firm and volunteers
Timing:
On dedicated campaign online mostly using social media tools possibly once a year after tax declaration period
These tactics have been chosen because we want a long term and structural change in Mind. The most useful tactics of the framework is community organizing, media advocacy and communications and messaging.
11. Activities to be Supported with Proposed Funding: Please list and describe all major activities you will execute for the proposed project and the approximate amounts to be spent on each activity. Then, please indicate the total amounts to be spent by major budget categories.
The ECO World Foundation (Community Economy of Organizations) selects projects of young men and women who are not active, i.e. economically unemployed (social marginality with family assistance in Africa and financial vulnerability with social assistance in the Diaspora) in order to facilitate their socio-economic integration and to cure the feeling of ethnocultural victimization. The Foundation ensures the Twinning between the Peers of the International Projects (BE, PTF) and the Economic Actors (TPE, PME) for a Partnership of Common Vision on the Reinforcement of Capacities in Management Techniques for a better Adaptation of the Ethnic Economy and a better Performance of the Informal Economy. Any funding to support this initiative is welcome. However, the sustainability and viability of this initiative depends on the marketing of the intervention to community leaders (NGOs, CSOs, NPOs), whether funded or not, who are implementing training projects with the target population.
The Technical Partners are the Ethnic Entrepreneurs of the Diaspora (Supply of Opportunities), the Professional Financial Partners Resident in Canada (Capital Lease), both matched with Informal Employers Entrepreneurs of Africa (Supply of Works and Demand for Opportunities), and with Young Non-Active Men and Women who wish to build or rebuild a Socio-Economic Stability in order to found a Home through a job or a business (Demand for Works and Capital Lease). The Skills of the latter will be reinforced in the Specialties of Management at the Academy of Lean Intention (project of creation of a G.I.E with civil object in Libreville) by all the Consultants of The Wisemen Council (Administrators, Operational Team and Affiliated Consultants) who are familiar with our exclusive Method of Management.
A course lasts 40min to 1h30 in groups of 5 young people. The pedagogical content is already available (Collection of books of the company) and is inspired by the Model of Political Economy called “the Ka Method” whose implementation and practical applications we wish to extend. The teaching philosophy is based on tutoring and not on formal courses. Indeed, the learners are invited to read the books or the training content beforehand and the Consultant then comes to explain what they did not understand, give practical cases as exercises, and exchange with them according to his own experience. Note that in our Learning Philosophy we strengthen the management skills of the young people so that they can be hired by the partner Entrepreneurs or start a business enterprise themselves.
12. Anticipated Risks: What are the biggest challenges or risks you expect to encounter and what measures will you take to mitigate them?
Here are the main relevant risks to the project
Probability (P: 1 to 5)
Impact (I: 1 to 5)
Risk Result (R: P x I and Comparison to the desired Quality)
1. Weak reception of the project in the communities.
We will Heal the communication campaign presenting the merits of the project. Reinforce it and choose media relays.
P: 2 x I: 3 = R: 6
The project must be able to give hope that a change is possible in West-South business and mutual aid dynamics.
2. Feelings of unfairness and bias in selecting the main target countries to be explained.
We will Explain that this is for logistic reasons and that it is a pilot phase and that the nationality mix is possible because it is not a question of citizenship but of locality.
P: 2 x I: 3 = R: 6
The project must allow people of different nationalities to help each other despite the country of location of activities in the pilot phase.
3. The funds are not sufficient to carry out all the activities of the project. Seek additional funds and justify expenses and discrepancies in the monitoring and evaluation as soon as they are detected by the donor.
We will search alternative sources or reduce the content or quality of the remaining activities.
P: 2 x I: 3 = R: 6 All project activities must be able to be carried out with a level of performance linked to the objectives set in the logic model.
4. The funder under review feels that the structure of the project team is not strong enough to carry out the project.
We will seek a partnership with a larger organization sharing the same vision on the project.
P: 3 x I: 3 = R: 9
The success of the project does not depend on its container but on the implementation of its content with a real desire to serve the beneficiaries and not to pay administrative operating expenses
5. Some people in the Canadian public do not understand that a project is dedicated to Africa.
We will explain in the communication activities of the project that Africa is a partner of Canada and that there is already dedicated work done for its inhabitants.
P: 2 x I: 2 = R: 4
The project’s innovation is to show that solidarity between people from the same cultural area improves the performance and impact of development.
13. Lead Organization: Please provide an overview of the lead implementing organization and include relevant past experience implementing similar activities. Describe why this organization is uniquely positioned and has the capacity to solve the problem.
Synoptic statement of the ECO World Project (Community Economics of Organizations)
Since 2009, The Wisemen Council has been working in project management and business engineering for Black community businesses, first in Quebec, then in the rest of Canada, before positioning itself firmly in Africa through the use of the Cloud and its Internet and Mobile Applications. Our core business is Management through a service offering of cross-functional skills to strengthen the management of business or community projects. We are also building a complementary offer in capacity building under a specialization of intervention in international projects. We present here an Introduction in the form of a synoptic statement of the Models of Organization Viable for Entrepreneurship Settling (MOVES) of the Free ECO World Project which is the flagship project of the Strategic Organization of The Wisemen Council and its online Project Portfolio.
Strategic Organization of the Homes (Ka) for the Free ECO World Vision through the Portfolio of our online projects.
14. Key Personnel: Who are the key team members for implementation of grant activities and what is their level of effort?
Manager (Strategy and Philosophy)
ASSOUKA is Founder of The Wisemen Council, specializing in strategic organization. He strives to build common vision partnerships with informal management peers. He holds 3 Masters and is familiar to 3 Cultures that helps him to better analyze and be close the needs of our target clientele.
Responsible of the Seeds (Networking, Outreach and Influence)
Amaru is an informal entrepreneur who hold a diploma of hotel and catering. She is involved in the promotion of our Body of knowledge by translating in local language the courses made to reinforce in management our target population.
(In first place while training other tutor and translator for project scaling phase)
15. Partner Organizations: Describe key partner organizations and explain how they have demonstrated their commitment to supporting or participating in the project activities. What skills, experience or resources will they contribute to implementing or scaling the innovation? What are their roles and responsibilities?
ECO World Foundation (Community Economy of Organizations)
The ECO World Foundation (Community Economy of Organizations) is an Affinity Institution for the Mere(15 – 75 years old), men and women, from Canada and Africa who do not have a stable socio-economic situation to enable them to build together a sustainable monthly income security through an offer of intra and or intermediation (moderation) community between migrants for socio-economic reasons and the citizens of the host areas.
The Lean intention Academy (Ethnicity and Economy within Calm lifetime endeavour)
An online tool that provides a practical, community-based resource through a body of knowledge for informal business project management but also a community-based resource for the reduction of ethnocultural distress and socioeconomic stress among ethnic and informal entrepreneurial peers and the public. (Economic Interest Grouping to be implemented in Dakar)
The Wisemen Council (Consulting Firm and Think Tank)
Consulting firm specialized in project strategy consulting for ethnic and informal enterprises and Think Tank that has developed an alternative management method proposed to some economic actors. Since 2009, it specializes in the implementation of simple, effective and adapted management practices for a better performance of projects and competitiveness of entrepreneurs and organizations operating in a critical financial environment.
Arnaud Segla (Informal Management, Economics and Philosophy for Sustainable development)
To teach economic actors to develop dynamic strategies, tactics and useful actions to manage their business from their own attitudes within the framework of the Book of the Ka Method.
16. Professional References: Please provide contact information for up to three (3) professional references who can speak to the past performance and ability of the applicant.
Share Wisers
17. Citations: Please use the space below to list any citations referenced in your responses above. Only content written in the application will be reviewed; these citations will be used to verify factual accuracy if necessary.
My collection of books as corps of knowledge in informal and ethnic entrepreneurship and ethnic identity (informal philosophy).
Syllabus and project.
Coaching experience in entrepreneurship.
And international volunteering.
Observations
Advocacy strategies
Audience:
Young or less young men and women motivated by the African renaissance or tired of the geopolitical status quo who seeks a model and an alternative way to the media tic and not enough pragmatics solutions to poverty and precarity. They are preferably active (students, unemployed scholars, entrepreneurs, members of associations, or even religious) ready to listen to a different message in terms of Black Identity or economic development within the valorization of Personal Spirituality and Informal Philosophy.
Change:
We are trying to alleviate life and human being exposition to socioeconomic stress I’m trying to convince the population to change their Attitude towards Image and Money through Ethnic pride and Financial independence with respectively the means of Harness and Savings.
Motivation Style:
We will motivate them with intrinsic positive motivation to change the status quo in socioeconomic oppression and the right to fight for Freedom by inviting them to be part of an alternate State of Minds or Mind State, The Black Kingdom, that respect their need of sovereignty around their own values and lead them to Ethnic pride and Financial independence.
Policy window:
As an ongoing project with an official launch and regular communications in media towards first target population starting with an official reform in Canada global affaires policy and African Union summit about sustainable development in 2020 after a test in Senegal in 2019.
Framing:
We are framing that as a socioeconomic rebuilding endeavour as part of the African renaissance (mostly advertised by “Afrocentric” movements) with a pragmatic and strategic that take place essentially online. We called it the “Silent revolution”
Tactic 1
We choose to act on the will of public and influencer to motivate them with intrinsic positive motivation to commit to the project
Tactic 2
On any popular or elite event or broadcast opportunity talking about socioeconomic changes regarding people suffering from poverty and precarity.
Interim Outcome:
Member of the project are reaching Revenue sufficiency (helping to instill ethnic pride)
Data source:
Entrepreneurs themselves, organization having the mandate to accompany entrepreneurs and government
Collection:
Community survey auto financed or financed by local government
Collectors:
Internal consultant forms our firm and volunteers
Timing:
On dedicated campaign online mostly using social media tools possibly once a year after tax declaration period
These tactics have been chosen because we want a long term and structural change in Mind. The most useful tactics of the framework is community organizing, media advocacy and communications and messaging.
Analysis
Risk Analysis
Risks Possible threat
Probability; Likelihood of occurring (1 = low, 5 = high)
Importance (1 = low, 5 = high)
Total risk level (Probability x Importance)
Mitigation; How you will prepare for or avoid the risk
INTERNAL RISKS (The problems you might face from within your organization or coalition)
Assuming people do not adhere to the ethnic dimension of their lives.
If people are satisfied with their living conditions (P: 3 x I: 2 = R: 6) then we reevaluate our assumption and pivot or reinforced the media advocacy to make more awareness of the issues
Assuming people are not willing to read content nor are interested in the topic of our project.
If People can’t afford supporting services (P: 5 x I: 4 = R: 20) then we reevaluate our prices and content and the implementation strategy and pivot or communicate on the value of the content and service that justify the effort and the prices
EXTERNAL RISKS (The problems you might face from outside your organization or coalition)
Assuming the purpose of the project is discredited gradually and finally banned.
If the leadership is taken over by politics and activists and not entrepreneurs themselves (P: 3 x I: 3 = R: 9) the we find champions to get credit to the advocacy and get target population of entrepreneurs involved in the project
Assuming alternative way of life and philosophy are created.
If alternative way of revenue sharing and acquisition are found (P: 2 x I: 2 = R: 4) then we evaluate the study and focus on our doctrine and explain more the roots of our findings and the relationship with the problem that we want to solve with our advocacy. better communicate
Conclusion
In conclusion we give Instructions for using Ethnic Entrepreneurs Franchise log (also called Free ECO World Ordonnance).
The tool is design to make the inventory of member assisting one activity of the project in order to invite them to join the community
Any member of the community or Consultant of the main enterprise should use the form and share it to the central customer relation management tool in order to create a directory of labelled Ethnic business
It should help further contact the member after their first experience with the project and allow us to enter them in the pipeline

WITHIN OUR COLLECTION
The Wisemen Council and Arnaud Segla have committed to publishing digital books in three editorial lines namely “Economic Development”, “Ethnic Identity” and “Sustainable Development”. Our goal is to accompany the effort of reappropriation of the economic future and the renewal of the Black civilization in a logic of valorization and sharing with the other cultures of its philosophy and its informal Attitude. Our collection is part of the empirical research project of its Think Tank, the Ka Method, as well as its consulting activities in Project Strategy.
Published so far :
Economic Development Series :
Analysis Category
Un aperçu des défis au sein de la communauté des entrepreneurs ethniques, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2015, ISBN: 978-2-924872-24-6
An overview of the challenges within the ethnic entrepreneur community, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2015, ISBN: 978-2-924872-21-5
L’entrepreneur informel entre efforts et peu de richesse, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2016, ISBN: 978-2-924872-22-2
The informal entrepreneur between efforts and little wealth, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2016, ISBN: 978-2-924872-23-9
La Méthode Ka, un Modèle d’économie politique informel, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2021, ISBN: 978-2-924872-62-8
The Ka Method, an informal political economy Model, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2021, ISBN: 978-2-924872-63-5
Plan stratégique pour la souveraineté socioéconomique des Foyers Informels du Sud et Ethniques de l’Ouest, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2021, ISBN: 978-2-924872-64-2
Strategic Plan for the Socioeconomic Sovereignty of Southern Informal and Western Ethnic Homes, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2021, ISBN: 978-2-924872-65-9
Fondation de la Sagesse de rôles socioéconomiques pour les foyers informels du Sud et ethniques de l’Ouest, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2021, ISBN: 978-2-924872-70-3
Foundation of the Wisdom within Socio-Economic Roles for Southern Informal and Western Ethnic Homes, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2021, ISBN: 978-2-924872-71-0
Guides Category
Une entreprise ethnique en 40 heures, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2014, ISBN : 978-2-924872-20-8
Business in the box, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2014, ISBN: 978-2-924872-13-0 L’art de s’intégrer par l’entrepreneuriat, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2014, ISBN: 978-2-924872-15-4
Successful Citizens through entrepreneurship, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2014, ISBN: 978-2-924872-19-2
Stratégie de projets ethniques, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2016, ISBN: 978-2-924872-17-8
Ethnic Project strategy, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2016, ISBN: 978-2-924872-14-7
Réussir par la voie Informelle, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2016, ISBN : 978-2-924872-16-1
Succeeding through the informal way, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2016, ISBN: 978-2-924872-18-5
Manifeste pour la Souveraineté Socioéconomique des Foyers Informels du Sud et Ethniques de L’Ouest, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2021, ISBN: 978-2-924872-60-4
Manifesto for the Socioeconomic Sovereignty of the Southern Informal and Western Ethnic Homes, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2021, ISBN: 978-2-924872-61-1
Manuals Category
Attitude, Correction, Simplicité et Modération, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2017, ISBN : 978-2-924872-41-3
Introspection, Intuition, Réalisme et Indépendance, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2017, ISBN : 978-2-924872-52-9
Precise Category
Comment fonder mon entreprise Informelle, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2016, ISBN: 978-2-924872-03-1
How to settle my informal enterprise, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2016, ISBN: 978-2-924872-04-8
Comment présenter mon projet informel à des personnes a ressources, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2016, ISBN : 978-2-924872-05-5
How to present my informal project to people of resources, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2016, ISBN: 978-2-924872-06-2
Comment créer mon entreprise ethnique, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2016, ISBN: 978-2-924872-07-9
How do I create my ethnic business, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2016, ISBN: 978-2-924872-08-6
Comment lancer mon entreprise ethnique, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2016, ISBN: 978-2-924872-09-3
How to launch my ethnic business, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2016, ISBN: 978-2-924872-10-9
Comment faire durer mon entreprise ethnique, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2016, ISBN: 978-2-924872-11-6
How to make my ethnic business last, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2016, ISBN: 978-2-924872-12-3
Tools Category
Gabarit pour rédiger un plan d’affaires informel, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2018, ISBN :978-2-924872-31-4
Template to write an informal business plan, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2018, ISBN:978-2-924872-32-1
Gabarit pour rédiger un plan de stratégie Marketing informel, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2018, ISBN :978-2-924872-33-8
Template to write an informal strategic Marketing plan, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2018, ISBN: 978-2-924872-34-5
Model Category
Modèle d’Affaires d’une Entreprise de Gestion Immobilière Informelle, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2022, ISBN: 978-2-924872-55-0
Business Model of an Informal Property Management Enterprise, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2022, ISBN: 978-2-924872-56-7
Ethnic Identity Series:
Quotes Category
Les Anges dans l’esprit, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2014, ISBN : 978-2-924872-25-3
Short Stories Category
Le Point, quatre saisons pour reconstruire (édition révisée), Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2013, ISBN 978-2-924872-26-0
Au nom de l’a-guère, le jour du réveil, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2015, ISBN : 978-2-924872-27-7
Meditations Category
Le Calme retrouvé de l’Arbre, Tome I, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2018, ISBN : 978-2-924872-42-0
Le Calme retrouvé de l’Arbre, Tome II, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2018, ISBN: 978-2-924872-43-7
Le Calme retrouvé de l’Arbre, Tome III, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2018, ISBN: 978-2-924872-42-0
Le Rat psalmiste, de là part, de mon coeur, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2018, ISBN: 978-2-924872-51-2
Prose Category
Le Cri de la Calebasse, Arôme antique, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2018, ISBN: 978-2-924872-35-2
Le Cri de la Calebasse, Perles d’exil, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2018, ISBN: 978-2-924872-36-9
Le Cri de la Calebasse, Oasis à l’orient, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2018, ISBN:978-2-924872-37-6:
Le Cri de la Calebasse, Noir Mystère, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2018, ISBN : 978-2-924872-38-3
Novel Category
The Black Kingdom, la voie des dieux, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2013, ISBN : 978-2-924872-28-4
Arc en ciel, Gougoune j’aurais ta peau !, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2018, ISBN: 978-2-924872-50-5
Testimony Category
Vérité et Amour, Vie, Conscience et Feu, ASSOUKA (Arnaud Segla), The Wisemen Council, 2019, ISBN : 978-2-924872-54-3
La Révolution silencieuse, Le Combat d’édification de The Black Kingdom, Le Royaume Noir, Amaru (Arnaud Segla), The Wisemen Council, 2019, ISBN : 978-2-924872-53-6
Je converse à Dieu Tout Puissant…, Tome I, Le Berceau Lunaire, Amaru (Arnaud Segla), The Wisemen Council, 2021, ISBN : 978-2-924872-57-4
Je converse à Dieu Tout Puissant…, Tome II, Le Tombeau Solaire, Amaru (Arnaud Segla), The Wisemen Council, 2021, ISBN : 978-2-924872-58-1
Je converse à Dieu Tout Puissant…, Tome III, Le Manque d’Eau Agraire, ASSOUKA,(Arnaud Segla), The Wisemen Council, 2021, ISBN : 978-2-924872-59-8
Le Récital de Oies d’EAU, Les Enfants de l’Air, ASSOUKA (Arnaud Segla), The Wisemen Council, 2022, ISBN : 978-2-924872-66-6
Sustainable Development Series:
Ka Method Category
Introduction à la Méthode Ka, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2013, ISBN : 978-2-924872-30-7
Introduction to the Ka Method, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2013, ISBN: 978-2-924872-29-1
Charte de projet de la Méthode Ka, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2012, – Concept Ka, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2018, ISBN: 978-2-924872-40-6
Ka Concept, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2018, ISBN: 978-2-924872-39-0
Ka Concept Ka, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2018, ISBN: 978-2-924872-49-9
Fondements de la Méthode Ka, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2018, ISBN : 978-2-924872-45-1
Fondements d’Éco Animisme, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2018, ISBN: 978-2-924872-46-8
Fondements de la Technique Share Wiser, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2018, ISBN : 978-2-924872-47-5
Fondements de la Philosophie du Lean Intention, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2018, ISBN: 978-2-924872-48-26
H(Or)S Series:
Composition Category
Plan de Projet d’Affaires, Plan Révisé et Approuvé par le Conseil des Sages, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2023, ISBN: 978-2-924872-67-3
Plan of Business Project, Plan Revised and Approved by The Wisemen Council, Arnaud Segla, The Wisemen Council, 2023, ISBN: 978-2-924872-68-0
Chronique Category
Notre Amour: Ma Chère Femme et Mon Cheikh Mere, ASSOUKA (Arnaud Segla) et Amaru, The Wisemen Council, 2023, ISBN: 978-2-924872-69-7

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The Wisemen Council is a consulting firm specializing in ethnic business strategy. Since 2009, it specializes in the implementation of simple, effective and tailored management practices for better performance and competitiveness of projects of entrepreneurs and organizations operating in a critical financial environment. The Conseil des Sages has developed an alternative method, the Ka Method, which she proposes to certain economic actors within the framework of her Think Tank.

 

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