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Online contact form for email to Jonathan Whitcomb
Let us all pull together
We can help each other succeed, one step at a time
Microcredit in India: Positive potential but with limitations (findings in 2013)
Realistic Hope for Microcredit The Nobel Laureate Mohammad Yunus has said, "If you can run a bank, lend money, and get it back and cover all costs, and make a profit, and people get out of poverty, what else do you want?”
Living "pterodactyls" or "dragons" in a NON-fiction book
Searching for Ropens  Modern living pterosaurs
Paul Nation, Jonathan Whitcomb, David Woetzel, and Garth Guessman have searched for a non-extinct pterosaur on Umboi Island
Privately funded expeditions in Papua New Guinea
A few Americans, over a period of many years, have used personal funds to go on expeditions on Umboi Island, Papua New Guinea, searching for a nocturnal flying animal that differs greatly from the fruit bat called “flying fox.” They have been assisted by natives such as Jacob Kepas and Luke Paina. The Americans have included Paul Nation, Jonathan Whitcomb, David Woetzel, and Garth Guessman. The animal they’ve been looking for is a cryptid called “ropen.” They believe it is a living pterosaur.
Perpetual Education Fund program used by Mormons - photo of the late Gordon B. Hinckley
The late Gordon B. Hinckley has said, “Where there is widespread poverty among our people, we must do all we can to help them to lift themselves, to establish their lives upon a foundation of self-reliance that can come of training. Education is the key to opportunity.” Could not some elements of the Perpetual Education Fund, used by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- day Saints, be implemented through something like the microcredit concept? Charitable contributions may be better used for helping fund educational loans, even if on a small scale, for poor young adults, and others, who would later be able to repay the loans.
World Wildlife Fun or WWF
The World Wildlife Fund is now much more than a nonprofit organization for protecting animals. Its mission includes organizing work in these areas: Food Climate Fresh water Wildlife Forests Oceans
copyright 2017 Jonathan Whitcomb
Online contact form for email to Jonathan Whitcomb
Let us all pull together
We can help each other succeed, one step at a time
Microcredit in India: Positive potential but with limitations (findings in 2013)
Realistic Hope for Microcredit The Nobel Laureate Mohammad Yunus has said, "If you can run a bank, lend money, and get it back and cover all costs, and make a profit, and people get out of poverty, what else do you want?”
Paul Nation, Jonathan Whitcomb, David Woetzel, and Garth Guessman have searched for a non-extinct pterosaur on Umboi Island
A few Americans, over a period of many years, have used personal funds to go on expeditions on Umboi Island, Papua New Guinea, searching for a nocturnal flying animal that differs greatly from the fruit bat called “flying fox.” They have been assisted by natives such as Jacob Kepas and Luke Paina. The Americans have included Paul Nation, Jonathan Whitcomb, David Woetzel, and Garth Guessman. The animal they’ve been looking for is a cryptid called “ropen.” They believe it is a living pterosaur.
Perpetual Education Fund program used by Mormons - photo of the late Gordon B. Hinckley
The late Gordon B. Hinckley has said, “Where there is widespread poverty among our people, we must do all we can to help them to lift themselves, to establish their lives upon a foundation of self-reliance that can come of training. Education is the key to opportunity.” Could not some elements of the Perpetual Education Fund, used by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- day Saints, be implemented through something like the microcredit concept? Charitable contributions may be better used for helping fund educational loans, even if on a small scale, for poor young adults, and others, who would later be able to repay the loans.
Living "pterodactyls" or "dragons" in a NON-fiction book
Searching for Ropens - Modern living pterosaurs
World Wildlife Fun or WWF
The World Wildlife Fund is now much more than a non- profit organization protecting animals. Its mission includes organizing work in these areas: Food Climate Fresh water Wildlife Forests Oceans
The World Wildlife Fund - WWF
copyright 2017 Jonathan Whitcomb
Online contact form for email to Jonathan Whitcomb
Let us all pull together
We can help each other succeed, one step at a time
Microcredit in India: Positive potential but with limitations (findings in 2013)
Realistic Hope for Microcredit The Nobel Laureate Mohammad Yunus has said, "If you can run a bank, lend money, and get it back and cover all costs, and make a profit, and people get out of poverty, what else do you want?”
Paul Nation, Jonathan Whitcomb, David Woetzel, and Garth Guessman have searched for a non-extinct pterosaur on Umboi Island
A few Americans, over a period of many years, have used personal funds to go on expeditions on Umboi Island, Papua New Guinea, searching for a nocturnal flying animal that differs greatly from the fruit bat called “flying fox.” They have been assisted by natives such as Jacob Kepas and Luke Paina. The Americans have included Paul Nation, Jonathan Whitcomb, David Woetzel, and Garth Guessman. The animal they’ve been looking for is a cryptid called “ropen.” They believe it is a living pterosaur.
Perpetual Education Fund program used by Mormons - photo of the late Gordon B. Hinckley
The late Gordon B. Hinckley has said, “Where there is widespread poverty among our people, we must do all we can to help them to lift themselves, to establish their lives upon a foundation of self-reliance that can come of training. Education is the key to opportunity.” Could not some elements of the Perpetual Education Fund, used by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- day Saints, be implemented through something like the microcredit concept? Charitable contributions may be better used for helping fund educational loans, even if on a small scale, for poor young adults, and others, who would later be able to repay the loans.
Living "pterodactyls" or "dragons" in a NON-fiction book
Searching for Ropens  Modern living pterosaurs
World Wildlife Fun or WWF
The World Wildlife Fund is now much more than a nonprofit organization protecting animals. Its mission includes organizing work in these areas: Food Climate Fresh water Wildlife Forests Oceans