The millennial goal races to end poverty , celebrate local food security and nutrition, sustain the planet, blend world citizen and global village win-wins depend on how economics designs next billion agricultural jobs
here's part of our 2014 quarter 3 dialogue ahead of a hectic 2 week millennials golas' network of summits in new yok last week of september and the world bank youth summit octpber 7- the young africa society has already convened their summit during obama's investors week by and for africa- its report on the futire of jobs clarifies how critical good agricultural jobs will be to peaceful, sustainable and entrepreneurial africa
we should never forget that good news in agriculture is the most cheering news in the world- this chart from my father's 1977 survey in The Economist supported his survey of China as the growth nation that all millennials need to celebrate in collkaborating with any win-wins they can search out\uap> \uap>x This week http://ifad.org/media/press/2014/53.htm carries an interesting update on Grameen Intel's goal of helping Cambodia become the next rice basket to the world \uap> \uap> \uap>where do you search for news that links sustainability, ending rural poverty, nutrition and crop productivity? \uap>i would love to hear your views email@example.com - \uap>i'm no expert but historically I search alumni out Borlaug and Nippon Institute, I trust good news from BRAC, Grameen Intel and IFAD; I listen to diaspora networks (such as those hunted out by USADBC.org and young professionals on Jim Kim's 2030now mission
Grameen-YukiGuniMaitake Social Business is a joint venture between Grameen Krishi Foundation, Bangladesh, YukiGuni Maitake Ltd, Japan and Kyushu University, Japan with further support from Japan's JICA and JETRO. The aim of this venture is high quality mung bean and export them to Japan, generate extra income for the farmers, promote long term friendship with Japan in terms of agriculture. Launched with 8000 Bangladeshi farmers- expected to scale to far more once systems have been fine tuned
A second crop is expected to be a kind of Sprout Japanese value most for nutrition, Currently Japan imports these sorts of highly nutritious vegetables from China and a little from Myanmar- why not Bangladesh too? more at http://gym.gramweb.net/category/gmy-news/
how many markets has brac designed in bangaldesh to sustain miaximum number of livelihoods as well as great customer service - linkedin debate
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