Example: Walk us through a specific example(s) of how this solution makes a difference; include its primary activities.
When a baby is born in Sub-Saharan Africa today, he has a chance of 1 to 11 to die before the age of 5. If he will survive and reach adulthood, he will have about 60% to live from under 2$ per day. It doesn't matter how smart, strong or otherwise talented he is. He is born into a country that can not provide him with the means that we in the west take as granted such as free excess to clean water, education, electricity, real doctors and medicines, or even less critical things like a bank account or a supermarket.
Under those circumstances, one can never truley fulfill what he is capable to. At the most he would find a better way to work in the fields.
But if he was born into a more developed country, he could achieve much greater goals
Impact: What is the impact of the work to date? Also describe the projected future impact for the coming years.
As the project not been implemented yet, it doesn't have any impact to date.
Looking forward, I believe that it is possible to take one of the poorest countries in the world today (for example, I found Mozambique to be an excellent candidate for the project), and within a few years, using mass investments that would include every aspect of living, to make her a truely developing country. One that can achieve high sustainable growth and even attract investments in the free market.
Many of the people living today in rural areas of the country just to work in the fields using primitive methods would move into cities (much more developed than those today in the country), and those who would stay in the rural areas would enjoy the technology required to grow crops in western-like efficiency, which could feed the entire country much better.
The UN's HDI can be used to track the prograss.
Spread Strategies: Moving forward, what are the main strategies for scaling impact?
The first stage is to establish the body that would organize the program. It should include professional economists, lawyers and so on, and could be under the patronage of the World Bank or not.
Then the country/ies to take part in the program is to be chosen, both by potential and by willingness to pass (and enforce) the monopoly-rights laws required.
The next stage is to request for tender from international corporations to make investments in that country.
It would be the organizing body's rule to choose the best offers for the project, both by terms and viability, and to implement.