about us

Constitution .

Hi, we are Civitania, The First Country Online and The Real Social Network..

Our Mission, .

Use the power of the internet and our Social Network to help poor countries to reach their full potential. Current Global Institutions are a failure to world problems, we are sure that with our members help we can change that..

Vision .

In the future We see in every poor country an elite of very productive citizens that can carry the development of their society and generate jobs and wealth, with our help they can reach that goal..

Values .

We are a very energized group of people that will change the world as we know it, we profoundly believe in human values, social justice, equality, fraternity, harmony, respect and compassion..

Our Main Focus would be. .

Food Suply. .

Building Insfrastructure. .

Helping institutions in poor countries to pass laws and change old laws to favor development and growth. .

Demography control through education and contraceptive methods to build a sustainable world..

Building low cost housing solutions..

Creating Civil Organizations that help accelerate changes needed to keep society in good shape. .

Creating a multidisciplinary team of experts to assest the best and fastest way to develop poor countries, taking each one as a different situation..

Building infrastructures needed for development like: low cost schools, low cost ambulatory care units, low cost municipal farm markets, low cost kiosks for unemployed people, and more with the purpose to generate jobs and economical activity. .

Agricultural development and training. .

Creating distribution channels were farmers can go to sell their products for a fair price to the municipal farm market. .

Giving small business loans to entrepreneur in order to generate jobs. .

Advising Budget Departments in poor countries how to invest and allocate money more efficiently to get better results .

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“We are the change the world is waiting for.” .

Juan Carlos Medina .

Civitania.com /President and Founder .

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