is run by Mr
He says that he is a "World Citizen" by nationality. Born in Hertford (50km North of London) he has lived and
worked in Latvia for
11 years, China for one year, Israel for two and half, India for 8
months and many parts of western Europe.
Jeremy Smith humbly challenges the higher level educational
understand that the people who bring the most profound changes are not
only those who are educated in Universities and colleges but instead
self-taught. This is called autodidacticism
- self education or self-directed learning. However, he did
attend college to become a teacher
profession and a carpenter by trade, and later on in his life, a
developer - also self-taught. It was his love
of woodworking earlier in life, developed in school in every spare
moment that gave him the necessary skills to work as a volunteer
in Israel, maintaining and renovating
Haifa and Akka.
this he also worked as a volunteer at the Lotus
New Delhi, India,
where thousands of people would visit each day, including politicians
and their wives and other dignitaries.
his younger days he was very interested in out-door sports such as
rock-climbing and windsurfing and
trained as a windsurfing
is also concerned about
social issues and wrote to the secretary to Her Royal Highness, Queen
Elizabeth about an issue of Her awards to distinguished people who have
given service to society. The reply on Her behalf can be read here. His letter was then
passed to 10 Downing St (their
and onward to
the Cabinet Office (their
"global9services.com" started in 2005. The website has changed much over the years as the author's interests and experiences
have developed. Focusing on "sustainable development" in Kenya and based in Kisumu on the shore of Lake Victoria, ideas and innovative methods from
around the world are in processes of development.
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