It was pleasing to listen to the comments of the USAID Administrator - "Eradicating extreme poverty in the next two decades is possible if governments, donors and businesses do more to expand public-private partnerships; invest in science, technology and innovation; and learn how to deal with fragile states". He also said, "donors need a new model of development that creates public-private partnerships that deliver measureable results and that tie country reforms with private sector and donor investments".

World Pulse continues to grow its membership, engaging people from around the world. It would be helpful to hear ideas from voices of people involved with this platform.