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OmWeb was established in the early 90’s and from successful Internet experience and development of client strategies with large corporate clients like BT and British Gas and the sale of Internet based on-line personal development courses reshaped our client focus to concentrate this valuable expertise on "Empowering Conscious Enterprises."

Initially OmWeb provided computer based, environmental sustainable development training to large corporations supported by leading edge experience with IBM where in 1984 the Chairman of OmWeb, Yoga Bowers had worked with Dr Herb Budd, IBM Director of Scientific Programmes, EHQ Paris, on the articulation and development of the IBM Corporate Social Responsibility Environment and Third World Programme. This assignment followed his proposal to IBM UK in 1982 “World Hunger: The Business Case For IBM Acting to Help Resolve This Problem”.

In 1987 a shaping idea of our time "Sustainable Development” - development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs - was launched in London by the United Nations World Commission on Environment and Development (WCED) chaired by Norwegian prime minister Gro Harlem Brundtland in their report “Our Common Future”.

IBM’s first global response to Sustainable Development was the $6.5 million donation of computer systems and support to the United Nations Global Resource Database (GRID) which was initiated and managed by Yoga and for which he received the IBM Chairman's 1989 Exceptional Achievement award. This early response by IBM to “Sustainable Development” has now developed into the “Smarter Planet” campaign that includes Food.

On January 12, 2010, Samuel J. Palmisano, IBM Chairman of the Board, President and Chief Executive Officer, addressed business and civic leaders at Chatham House in London.
In his remarks he described how forward-thinking leaders in business, government and civil society around the world are capturing the potential of smarter systems to achieve economic growth, near-term efficiency, sustainable development and societal progress.

IBM Smarter Planet
IBM Smarter Planet
When OmWeb produced its first Internet based on-line personal development courses in the late 90’s OmWeb’s founders who are committed to meditation and personal development began to perceive the added value the Internet brings to Conscious Enterprise - a new paradigm for the individual and the enterprise of manifesting conscious abundance, lasting fulfilment and a sustainable future.

The Spiritual Domain: The Fifth Principle of Sustainability - BFI. "The human spirit has consistently sought to transcend material, biological, physiological, psychological, and technology limitations. This constant drive for transcendence, with its intuitive reach for wholeness and completion, fuels the development and evolution of individuals and societies alike.

Ultimately, it underscores the difference between a greedy, ego-centric, predatory orientation and a nurturing, self-restrained, inclusive approach that honors the system of which we are a part and on which we depend for our very existence."

OmWeb Charity Policy
OmWeb’s charitable policy reflects a commitment to inner peace and to world peace. It doesn’t matter if you choose meditation, daily prayer, sacred texts, yoga, journaling, or expressive art as your path to become more familiar with that small voice within. You may find it easier to stay centred in the Witness, the True Self, Buddha Nature, the Atman, the High Self, and the Soul. We all find our true home somewhere inside… after years of searching outside of ourselves and trying to control our outer world we learn that the answer lies within. The answer is simple, but the road to that answer takes a lot of work.

OmWeb fulfils its commitment to this policy by donating 5% of profits in support for Education the key to building a society that can overcome poverty in a sustainable manner and direct donations to UNICEF.

educationEducation is key to building a society that can overcome poverty in a sustainable manner. Investing in human capital brings about powerful social change and creates opportunities for those in developing countries to realise their full potential and to become leaders of the generation to come.

On current levels of progress by 2015 there will still be 56 million children out of school with the majority of them living in conflict-affected or fragile states. The best international mechanism for coordinating education aid is the Fast Track Initiative (FTI). The UK has played a major role in aid for education over recent years and because it is such a large donor the Department for International Development (DFID) is a prominent Board member of the FTI.

For detailed information please see: “A Fast track to 2015; Educating the world's children for a better future” presents a concise overview of EFA FTI's track record in providing universal access to primary education to its 38 low-income partner countries since its inception in 2002, and as part of its commitment to the Education Millennium Development Goals.

UNICEF's mission is to provide special protection for the most disadvantaged children: victims of war, disasters, extreme poverty, all forms of violence and exploitation, and those with disabilities. Our work aims to fulfil their basic needs and restore their dignity.

On 20 November 1989, the United Nations adopted the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
To commemorate this landmark, UNICEF is dedicating a special edition of its flagship report, The State of the World’s Children, to child rights. The report and accompanying video address the progress that has been made in the last 20 years and the role the Convention can fulfil moving forward into the future.