PEG Countries in North America

We Need ONLY 6 Pilot New Sharing Villages(NSV’s) on this Continent to Eliminate Poverty.

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Countries on this Continent: North America

Anguilla

Antigua and Barbuda

Aruba

Bahamas

Barbados

Belize

Bermuda

British Virgin Islands

Canada

Cayman Islands

Costa Rica

Cuba

Dominica

Dominican Republic

El Salvador

Greenland

Grenada

Guadeloupe (France)

Guatemala

Haiti

Honduras

Jamaica

Martinique (France)

Mexico

Montserrat

Navassa Island

Nicaragua

Panama

Puerto Rico

Saint Kitts and Nevis

Saint Lucia

Saint Pierre and Miquelon

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Trinidad and Tobago

Turks and Caicos Islands

U.S. Virgin Islands

United States

What is PEG?

PEG has no trademark designation yet is known worldwide. Our PEG is based on the simplest of ideas – the wooden clothes peg.

Clothpin

This is a ‘low tech’ item, made from renewable materials, that helps all who use it.

It’s better and a lot less costly than a ‘high tech’, electrically powered, multi-speed, variable selection, complex drying appliance. It’s Simple, Small, Sustainable and you could even make a few with a pocket knife and Share them with your friends.

It uses renewable solar energy to operate, the sun’s rays help sterilize and purify while drying the clothes, and of course, the wind assists in this process too.

We think of PEG as Poverty Elimination Globally. We are in the process of setting up PEG Chapters all over the world, in our attempt to Eliminate Poverty by 2030 (14.8 years from now).

The PEG organization is also Simple, Sustainable, using Sharing and Openness as Guiding Principles.

Each Local PEG Chapter is independent, but networked together for strength, just like clothes pegs on a line. Each holds a little piece, but together they hold all the washed clothes we have, on each line, all over the world.

For more Information watch for future posts here soon.

Volunteers….we really need your help (see the Welcome Post).

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Welcome to PEG – North America

Our Goal is simple – eliminate poverty by 2030 for the people below the poverty line – about 173,538,446 people on this Continent. We will need about 1,458 new Regions, each with about 100 New Sharing Villages (NSV).

You can help by creating a Local PEG Chapter where you live. It’s easy, requires no funding and you will be helping ‘the poor’ at the same time.

If you can just spare an hour or two from time to time, then please Volunteer to help us here at PEG Central.

Notes on Volunteering:

‘the poor’ need your help.

Eliminating Poverty is really a small job (just Four Steps) but requires many ‘hands’ to accomplish the ultimate goal.

The Four Steps are outlines below. This is not ‘rocket science’, just many Volunteers working together.

Here are several areas currently needing your help:

  • Computer I.T. – web site, create simple Graphics
  • Photographers – post photos from Cell phones
  • Promotion – writing, emailing
  • Publicity – online, offline
  • Trainers – many areas
  • Facilitators for consensus
  • Researchers – Fact finders, checkers
  • Game Designers – will train you if limited experience
  • Consultants (PEG) – earn an income

Please contact us including your area of interest – even an hour or two is welcomed – every little bit helps.

email: PEGNorthAmerica@VillagesASimpleSolution.com

The Four Steps to Eliminate World Poverty

Step 1) Give the poor Land. A ‘Sharing Zone’ with no rules, no conditions, no taxes (the poor don’t pay any now, in fact many get a refund when they do file), no land-use resrtrictions, etc.

Step 2) Use the 4 S’s (Small, Simple, Sustainable and Sharing) as Guidelines or Principles in the planning, design and development of their new Village.

Step 3) Help the poor build. Train them in Natural Farming techniques to grow their own food. Help them make their own ‘Needs’, generate their own energy, make their own tools, apparel, household items, in their own 100% Sharing, Small, Sustainable community.

Step 4) Then let them Replicate this process, each Village creating one new Village about once every year, until world poverty is eradicated (in approximately 15 years).

 

You might wish to read  One Hope Left – the poor

 

Best wishes from PEG Central.