Why SPC Concept?

SPC Concept is about application of basic elements of infrastructure into lives of people in provinces of developing countries within a time frame of one generation (30 years). This approach allows for understanding of the needs (demand) within the structure and changes in phases of life of individuals (childhood, youth, mature age, old age) and changes in their views of quality and extent of services provided by basic infrastructure.


The SPC Concept is an instrument of democracy; it supports families and opens pathways to classic forms of free enterprise. It is a challenge to local leaders (politicians as well as influential businesspeople within a province) to present a demand (what they need) from the country’s and business world’s leadership. It is a challenge to the world financial sector to open the door for the 30 years loans (through the SPC Utility) and this is a challenge to local universities to assist the SPC Concept implementation through the intellectual growth of the local population (via philosophy, mathematics, and logic know how and through a growth of technical skills and applications). Bilingual approach is recommended (see e-Book). 

Common Goal

For example, a common objective might be applications which support better life, expansion of jobs and production of value, above all from bottom up, from provinces (with population of couple of millions). That also leads to common tasks. To structure and codify the rules of socio-economic activities, starting with communities in a province and to put forward well-understood vision (for example, for a better life), implementable mission (for example, the SPC Concept), and to support ongoing communication for maintenance of consensus (for example, by Citizens Charter).


These routes, reasonably interconnected, give all provinces around the world an opportunity to secure support from local and central governments as how to articulate consensus and how to seek financial sources from donors. These routes can fulfill the common objective by the demand the provinces generate and thus bring up new impulses for expansion of business relationships in communities within provinces and thus support creation of new trade relationships among nations and at global level. This can be, for example, achieved by “distribution” of the role of the finalist of implemented capital investments. It means that the yields generated by them will be possible to chain-link in the way which new trade relationships strengthen competitiveness and growth of local capital.

SPC Concept for provinces

SPC Concept has an objective to explain and promote advantages of WEMAF drivers and to prepare provinces for building and operation of SPC Utilities, ideally by implementing several pilot projects at the same time and in several regions (continents). SPC Concepts links the WEMAF infrastructure and output of SPC Utility with SED (Social and Economy Development) and the need for preparation and implementation of projects aimed at DRR  (Disaster Risks Reduction) in global context. 


The SPC Concept doesn’t have financial problem (sources of financing might be, for example, obtained by percentile share from the sources which already exist). SPC Concept has an organizational problem. It is a problem generally considered to be a political one. For sure it is true, that if we have a goal and are able to explain it and support it by evidence (in quality of the work, time required, and expected costs), then the success doesn’t depend just on politics. It depends on broadly understood consensus and on the way, it articulates how the objectives are to be implemented. Only then the politics helps (strategy along with tactics) in building the consensus, using it and making sure it lasts until the end of the project. By that we mean a contribution to improvement in quality of life of people in a province, creation of jobs in communities and to deeper universal understanding of what working with “Value for Money” brings us.

SPC Concept

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