Center for Living Capital

by Nick Gogerty - Individual Grantee


To ease converting dead capital into live capital for small holders globally by creating tools to facilitate policy & procedure reforms

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Poor policy and procedures means $9.3 in dead capital is underutilized by the poor globally. Policy and procdure reform, requires, communicating the problem in a clear and simple way as well as capturing in the field poor policy and procedural implementations. Ideally tools digital etc. will be offered to help make suggestions for procedural things. The problem is viewed as a communication and design issue, which can give people access to their own dead capital bringing it to life


first capture the story and frame it using narratives, and graphics. It is a complex problem with many actors and invisible motives. offer tools that allow for framing the problem by indigenous actors. Like Ushahidi for procedural improvement.

Long-Term Impact

a 1% impact in the problem efficiency and property capture puts $93 billion in the pockets of the poor and it only means re-designing procedures across countries.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Word file (projdoc.doc).


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Nick Gogerty - Individual Grantee

Location: Forest Hills, NY - USA
Nick Gogerty
Project Leader:
Nick Gogerty
Forest Hills, NY United States

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