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W4E ; asia m, africa m, americas m.; abed;  soros

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Health - youth/girls , others

2 #2030now Education and communications goals of millennials - modes including tedx and open learning campus and rock stars and peace-champions

3 Energy, climate , natural capital,  zero-emissions futures

4 Governance accountability, transparency, collaboration including sustainable economists

5 Agricultural futures

6 Open technologist game changers

7 Other

In October 2001 , a group of londoners had a dream - why nothttp://universityofstars.tv/ ? why couldn't budding superstars be mentored in awareness for celebrating one life-saving solution networked from the bottom-up. 13 years later the open learning campus team of the world bank appeared to launch the best yet version of university of stars with a tedx of ending poverty starring apples african ambassador of Beats Dbanj and Jim Kim. Coming 2 weeks after fashion4development.com celebration oif sir fazle abed of http://brac.net/ and all who build health and girls education systems from nothing -hip hip hooray sincerely alumni of http://unacknowledgedgiant.com/

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Marcel Giugale - world bank tedx presenter (bio from tex brochure)  - from mexico; major policy notes round region

Chilean Mario Marcel - jim kim introduced mario to 2014  youth summit on governance as having been aggressively recruited to be director of WBG's newly established Goverenace Global Practice - this yeras summit was on how youth needed to increasing take charge of acountability, transpareny and colleboartion of governace - this is a curriculumJim Kim mentioned a year ago as lifting off after conversation with the Pope on need to make ending inequality job number 1 of 21st C lpublic servants

leader of world banks 300 macroeconomists

Claudia Costin - senior director global practice education - headhunted for her impact of education in rio de janeiro -as a tedx speaker she introduced educationpedia.com.br- it appears that this platform revitalised teachers, students and communities of education. He is now director of Labi

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Mario Marcel Cullell

Senior Director, World Bank Governance Global Practice

Prior to his role at the World Bank Group, Mario served as the Deputy Director for Public Governance and Territorial Development at the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD). He also previously worked at the Inter-American Development Bank where he was Executive Director for Chile and Ecuador and Manager of the Institutional Capacity and Finance Sector. Mario began his career in academia, where he held several teaching and research positions across universities in Chile and the United Kingdom. For 12 years he worked for the Government of Chile, holding senior positions at the Ministry of Finance including Executive Secretary for the Inter-Ministerial Committee for the Modernization of Public Administration, Chair of the Internal Audit Committee, Chair of the Advisory Committee on Pension Reform, and Director General of Budget for six years. In the early 2000's he led innovative work in the design of a structural budget fiscal rule in Chile in parallel with Sweden and Switzerland, which was later expanded to more than 30 countries. He holds an M.Phil. in Economics from the University of Cambridge, and a BA in Economics and in Commercial Engineering from the Universidad de Chile. Connect with him on Twitter: @mariomarcel22

Marcelo Giugale 
Senior Director, Global Practice on Macroeconomics and Fiscal Management, World Bank Group

Marcelo Giugale is the Senior Director of the World Bank Group’s Global Practice on Macroeconomics and Fiscal Management, the professional home of the Group’s 300-plus macroeconomists. An international development leader, his twenty-five years of experience span the Middle East, Eastern Europe, Central Asia, Latin-America, and Africa, where he led senior-level policy dialogue and over thirty billion dollars in lending operations across the development spectrum. He has published on macroeconomic policy, finance, subnational fiscal rules, development economics, business, agriculture and applied econometrics. Notably, he was the chief editor of collections of policy notes published for the presidential transitions in Mexico (2000), Colombia (2002), Ecuador (2003), Bolivia (2006) and Peru (2006). In 2014, he authored “Economic Development: What Everyone Needs to Know”, a featured volume by Oxford University Press. He pioneered the World Bank Group’s first sub-national budgetary support operation (Mexico, 2000), the “Listening to Latin America” and “Listening to Africa” initiatives, in which mobile phones were used to conduct continuous household surveys, the Africa Gender Lab impact evaluation unit, and the Human Opportunity Index. His opinion editorials are published in the leading newspapers and blog-sites of the USA, Latin-America and Africa. He received decorations from the governments of Bolivia and Peru, and taught at the American University in Cairo, The London School of Economics, and the Universidad Católica Argentina. A citizen of Argentina and Italy, he holds a PhD and a MSc in Economics from The London School of Economics, and a Summa-Cum-Laude BA in Economics from Universidad Católica Argentina. You can follow Marcelo on Twitter at @Marcelo_WB.

Claudia Costin 
Senior Director, Global Practice on Education, World Bank Group

Claudia Costin is a Senior Director at the World Bank Group. Prior to joining the Bank, she was Secretary of Education, Rio de Janeiro. Under her stewardship, learning results rose by 22 percent in the city. She also implemented a strong Early Childhood program, working seamlessly across sectors with the Health and Social Protection secretariats. Claudia has been vice-president of the Victor Civita Foundation, dedicated to raising public education quality. Believing in the transformational power of education, she helped create the civil society movement Todos pela Educação. Convinced that teacher motivation is critical for real learning, Claudia communicates with thousands of teachers using social media. Her former positions include Secretary of Culture, Sao Paulo State and Federal Minister, Public Administration and State Reform. She has also served as Executive Secretary, Helio Beltrao Institute and CEO, Promon Intelligens. She previously worked at the Bank as a Sector Manager in Latin America and also advised several African governments on public policy and state modernization.

Health (breaking news - global health investment - ebola biggest under-investment since aid)

- Paul Farmer (Michael Porter) Boston Millennials of health

-Sir Fazle Abed, James Grant Curriculum of Global Health for women and infants

From 2014 world bank tedx

Overall - Amassador D'Banj Nigeria and Apple Beats  (related bono-global poverty project;  kim gangnam style)

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Susan Davis BRAC USA (Bangldesh, Africa, Haiti)

From 2014  & 2013 world bank youth summits

From 2014 other annual october meetings

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I very much enjoyed our conversation at the start of lunch and your excellent moderation of tedx
I am not sure if this is the best email for you but perhaps maya can pass it on if there is a more suitable one
My old grey cells didnt realise in real time that you are from s.africa where at least 2 of my hottest connections for massive youth job creation are interconnected
1 have you come across taddy blecher whose nearly free university with partners like branson, google africa mandela elders has after 16 years trained up 5000 job creating entrepreneurs at graduate stage and is moving a program of missing curricula  (empowerment, financial, entrepreneur, coding) through 14 million children aimed at creating million jobs by 2020- if you dont already know taddy at Maharishi Institute and would like an intro please say
2 another collaboration interest of my family and friends is the latest club of rome-led trilogy of nobel peace summits that started in warsaw in oct 2013 - should have been this week in cape town to celebrate mandela's legacy but were cancelled since the chinese sponsored government banned the dalai lama, and which with the massive support of cnn ted turner family will land on atlanta nov 2015 with intention of also making atlanta all youth and yunus favorite capital to twin us and other capitals with. Maya's friend naila and laura turner have been working hard to connect first women and open tech networks after 15 years of naila's work with yunus as first female director of grameen phone but in yunus current situation we also need a plan b in case the peace summit in atlanta also fails to massively collaborate round youth - i sort of hope that by nov 2015 open learning campus of maya will be capturing any summit presentation that invites youth action learning beyond the days event ...
chris macrae washington dc 301 881 1655 foundation of The Economist's net generation jobs creator Norman Macrae
PS the good news of Dbanj is well and truly in liftoff, as Nobel Peace liftoff of Malala girl empowerment (the topic which first connected and branson and blecher through the intermediary of sara blakely who since ebecome atlanta's youngest billionnaire giving back to womens causes
 
 
 
 

KIm connected African millennials

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Nigeria DbanjS. Africa Tumi

Ethiopia's Eleni Gabre-Madhin - http://eleniexchanges.com/

Eleni Your talk at world bank tedx today blew my mind- a food exchange for prices that any farmer can use- and ethiopia as first country to have that flourishing -congratulations!

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Tumi Makgabo, Executive Director, AfricaWorldwide Media
Tumi Makgabo 
Executive Director, AfricaWorldwide Media

A businesswoman and entrepreneur, Tumi Makgabo runs AfricaWorldwide Media, a company that aims to provide more opportunities for Africans to tell their stories through the production of Africa and development focused content and the use of online platforms as well as the creation and implementation of effective media and communication strategies. In addition, she is the founder of Tumi Makgabo Enterprises which invests in opportunities throughout the continent. An accomplished broadcaster in both her native South Africa and for global news network CNN International, Tumi uses her voice on global platforms to advocate for action on some of Africa's most pressing issues, particularly the empowerment of women and equity more broadly. She currently serves on the boards of Sun International, where she chairs the Social and Ethics Committee, The Foschini Group, and South African Tourism, where she chairs the Marketing Committee.

Shelly Batra, Co-founder and President, Operation ASHA
Shelly Batra 
Co-founder and President, Operation ASHA

Dr. Shelly Batra co-founded Operation ASHA and has led the organization as President since 2005. Shelly was selected Social Entrepreneur for the year 2014 by the Schwab Foundation. She is an Ashoka Changemarker and a best-selling Penguin author. She is a highly renowned Senior Obstetrician and Gynecologist in New Delhi, India. Her dedication to ‘reaching the unreached’ started in 1991, when she went into the heart of the slums in Delhi, providing pro-bono life-saving treatment, operations, consultations, medicines and counseling. Shelly has taught on Global Health Issues and has lectured at major universities such as the University of Chicago, Harvard, UC Berkeley and Cambridge. Shelly has been the recipient of multiple awards and recognitions, including the Exemplary Contribution Award for selfless work for the underserved, given by the Indian Medical Association. She holds an M.D. from King George’s Medical College, India. She is a powerful advocate for better policies in TB across the world.

Christin Clyburn, Poet, Washington DC
Christin Clyburn 
Poet, Washington, DC

Christin is a national award-winning 12-year-old poet from Washington DC and won the 2014 River of Words Anacostia Watershed Prize for her poem, Nowhere to Go. Conducted in affiliation with the Library of Congress Center for the Book, the annual River of Words contest is the largest youth poetry and art competition in the world. The program inspires children and youth to translate their observations about their local watersheds and environment into creative expressions in poems and paintings. In addition, Christin’s poem, “Starlight,” was one of the winning poems at the Parkmont Poetry Festival. In the 2014 Letters about Literature Contest sponsored by the Center for the Book in the Library of Congress, she was a finalist for her letter to the author Wendy Mass. She was one of the winning poets for her poem, “Destiny,” for the Dare to Dream…Change the World Second Annual Writing Contest. Christin is a native Washingtonian.

Claudia Costin, Senior Director, Global Practice on Education, World Bank Group
Claudia Costin 
Senior Director, Global Practice on Education, World Bank Group

Claudia Costin is a Senior Director at the World Bank Group. Prior to joining the Bank, she was Secretary of Education, Rio de Janeiro. Under her stewardship, learning results rose by 22 percent in the city. She also implemented a strong Early Childhood program, working seamlessly across sectors with the Health and Social Protection secretariats. Claudia has been vice-president of the Victor Civita Foundation, dedicated to raising public education quality. Believing in the transformational power of education, she helped create the civil society movement Todos pela Educação. Convinced that teacher motivation is critical for real learning, Claudia communicates with thousands of teachers using social media. Her former positions include Secretary of Culture, Sao Paulo State and Federal Minister, Public Administration and State Reform. She has also served as Executive Secretary, Helio Beltrao Institute and CEO, Promon Intelligens. She previously worked at the Bank as a Sector Manager in Latin America and also advised several African governments on public policy and state modernization.

D'Banj, Singer and UN Ambassador for Peace
D'Banj 
Singer and UN Ambassador for Peace

D’Banj was born as Dapo Daniel Oyebanjo in the Northern city of Zaria, Kaduna State, Nigeria to an artillery Officer and a church dignitary who hailed from Shagamu in Ogun state. Although D’Banj was expected to follow in his father’s footsteps and join the military, at age 14 he picked up a more peaceful weapon: the harmonica, which belonged to his older brother, who tragically died in a plane crash at age 17. He taught himself to play the harmonica and became more involved in music. His song "All The Way" is about the struggles he has faced with his parents over his chosen career. He adopted the elegant, almost French-sounding name "D’Banj," a combination of his first name Dapo and his surname Oyebanjo. He has recorded songs with established artistes like Kanye West, Akon, Snoop Dogg, Big Sean, and Actor Idris Elba. He has won numerous awards, including Best African Act – 2007 MTV Europe Music Awards, Best African Act -2011BET Awards, Best African Act-2012 MTV Europe Music Awards, 2014 World Music Awards-Best Selling African Act with his Top 10 Hit Oliver Twist. In his Humanitarian role as Ambassador for One.org he successfully organized over 2 million signatures for the Do Agric Global Africa Campaign. He is Ambassador for Nigerian Agricultural Entrepreneurs and was recently appointed Nigeria’s first UN Youth Ambassador for Peace.

Susan Davis, President and CEO, BRAC USA
Susan Davis 
President and CEO, BRAC USA

Susan is an author, speaker, and thought leader in international development and civil society innovation. In 2006, she founded BRAC USA, an organization created to advance the global mission of BRAC, the world's largest nonprofit organization. BRAC USA mobilizes resources for, provides strategic and programs services to, and educates the public about BRAC's pioneering work to alleviate poverty and create opportunity for the poor. In 2010, she co-authored the book Social Entrepreneurship: What Everyone Needs to Know with David Bornstein of The New York Times. Susan first became acquainted with microcredit - and specifically with the holistic anti-poverty approach of BRAC and its founder, Sir Fazle Hasan Abed - from her years with the Ford Foundation in Bangladesh and with Women's World Banking. She is a founding (and current) board member and past chair of the Grameen Foundation. Susan has appeared on CNN and ABC News, and her work on microfinance and entrepreneurship creation in developing countries has appeared in Innovations and Harvard Business Review.

Reza Deghati, Photojournalist
Reza 
Photojournalist

A philanthropist, idealist, humanist, architect by training and famous photojournalist, primarily for National Geographic, Reza, lives to photograph another day. For the past 30 years he has traveled the world bearing witness to moments of war and peace. Reza is not just a photographer; he has trained women and children in visual media and communications to help them strive for a better life. In 2001, he founded Aina in Afghanistan, an NGO that uses media and education as a tool for development and encourages media training for women and youth worldwide. Reza`s work has been exhibited globally, notably at Crossed Destinies, War + Peace, One World One Tribe, Hope, Windows of the Soul and Soul of Coffee. He lives in Paris and has authored 27 books. A Fellow of the National Geographic Society and Senior Fellow of the Ashoka Foundation, he has been awarded numerous prizes including the World Press Photo Award and the Infinity Award and academic honors, including Doctor Honoris Causa from the American University of Paris, the Medal of Honor from the University of Missouri, and the Medal of Chevalier de l’ordre national du Mérite from the French government.

Eleni Gabre-Madhin, Co-founder and CEO, eleni LLC
Eleni Gabre-Madhin 
Co-founder and CEO, eleni LLC

Dr. Eleni Gabre-Madhin is the Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of eleni LLC, a newly formed company with equity investments by Morgan Stanley, IFC, and 8 Miles Fund, that is positioned to be the industry leader in designing, building, and supporting the operations of commodity exchange eco-systems in frontier markets. The company’s business model is to deliver exchange turnkey projects on a Private-Public Partnership (PPP) basis. Eleni Gabre-Madhin is the founder and former CEO of the highly acclaimed Ethiopia Commodity Exchange (ECX), which she founded and managed from 2008 to late 2012, successfully trading $1.2 billion annually after 3 years of operation. A globally recognized thought leader on agricultural commodity markets and African development, she has held prior roles at the World Bank, the International Food Policy Research Institute in Washington, and UNCTAD in Geneva. Eleni has been named among the 125 Global Women of Impact by Newsweek in April 2013, among 100 Most Influential Africans by New African in 2012, and received the prestigious Yara Prize for Agricultural Transformation in Africa and the African Banker Icon Award, both in 2012.

Marcelo Giugale, Senior Director, Global Practice on Macroeconomics and Fiscal Management, World Bank Group
Marcelo Giugale 
Senior Director, Global Practice on Macroeconomics and Fiscal Management, World Bank Group

Marcelo Giugale is the Senior Director of the World Bank Group’s Global Practice on Macroeconomics and Fiscal Management, the professional home of the Group’s 300-plus macroeconomists. An international development leader, his twenty-five years of experience span the Middle East, Eastern Europe, Central Asia, Latin-America, and Africa, where he led senior-level policy dialogue and over thirty billion dollars in lending operations across the development spectrum. He has published on macroeconomic policy, finance, subnational fiscal rules, development economics, business, agriculture and applied econometrics. Notably, he was the chief editor of collections of policy notes published for the presidential transitions in Mexico (2000), Colombia (2002), Ecuador (2003), Bolivia (2006) and Peru (2006). In 2014, he authored “Economic Development: What Everyone Needs to Know”, a featured volume by Oxford University Press. He pioneered the World Bank Group’s first sub-national budgetary support operation (Mexico, 2000), the “Listening to Latin America” and “Listening to Africa” initiatives, in which mobile phones were used to conduct continuous household surveys, the Africa Gender Lab impact evaluation unit, and the Human Opportunity Index. His opinion editorials are published in the leading newspapers and blog-sites of the USA, Latin-America and Africa. He received decorations from the governments of Bolivia and Peru, and taught at the American University in Cairo, The London School of Economics, and the Universidad Católica Argentina. A citizen of Argentina and Italy, he holds a PhD and a MSc in Economics from The London School of Economics, and a Summa-Cum-Laude BA in Economics from Universidad Católica Argentina. You can follow Marcelo on Twitter at @Marcelo_WB.

Jim Yong Kim, President, World Bank Group
Jim Yong Kim 
President, World Bank Group

Jim Yong Kim, M.D., Ph.D. is the President of the World Bank Group. Soon after he became president in July 2012, the organization established two goals: ending extreme poverty by 2030 and boosting shared prosperity for the bottom 40 percent of the population in developing countries. Kim’s career has been focused on health, education, and delivering services to the poor. Before joining the World Bank, he served as President of Dartmouth College and held professorships at Harvard Medical School and the Harvard School of Public Health. From 2003-2005, as Director of the World Health Organization’s HIV/AIDS Department, he led the “3 by 5” initiative, the first-ever global goal for AIDS treatment, which helped to expand AIDS treatment in developing countries. In 1987, Kim co-founded Partners In Health, a non-profit medical organization now working in poor communities on four continents. Trained as a physician and an anthropologist, he has received several awards, including a MacArthur “Genius” Fellowship, and recognitions such as one of America’s “25 Best Leaders” by U.S. News & World Report,and in 2006 TIME magazine named him as one of its “100 Most Influential People in the World.”

Rafael Parente, Director, LABi
Rafael Parente 
Director, LABi

Rafael Parente has a master's degree in education from PACE University and is a PhD in international education development from New York University. He is the director of LABi, a laboratory of educational innovation, he assists the movement Todos pela Educação in matters related to innovation, he is the general coordinator of GELP Brasil, and he was the deputy secretary in charge of innovation at the Municipal Secretariat of Education of Rio de Janeiro from 2009 to 2013. During this period, he idealized and implemented innovative programs and concepts such asEducopédia (platform of digital classes), Pé de Vento (mash-up of literacy course, games, and ebook), Rioeduca (a portal for the exchange of best practices), and GENTE(a new model of school that centralizes the learning process).

Jeff Risom, Managing Director of Gehl Studio - New York | San Francisco
Jeff Risom 
Managing Director of Gehl Studio - New York | San Francisco

As Managing Director of Gehl Studio – New York|San Francisco, Jeff leads the US subsidiary of Gehl Architects Copenhagen, overseeing design, planning and research projects throughout the Americas. Jeff works at the intersection of urban design, governance, business and culture to deliver projects that are economically viable and socially equitable while efficiently using energy, land and time. Jeff has worked with both public and private clients as well as non-governmental organizations in Europe, the USA, Latin America, India and China. Jeff is an active teacher and lecturer, speaking at conferences around the world and is guest lecturer at Harvard GSD, U. Penn, London School of Economics, the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Art and the Danish Institute for Study Abroad. He holds a MSc in City Design & Social Science and is an Architectural Engineer.

TRANSFORMATION JOURNEY TO YOUTHWORLDBANKING - WHY NOT JUST DO IT NOW

Jim Kim believes that 25-35 year old professionals are the most educated and connected the human race has ever invested in. His 2030now goals empower them to unite the most exciting human race: end poverty and end youth underemployment everywhere. download 1 (shared with massive open online collaborations such as curriculum of change the world)

The valuetrue quality of the market systems he searches for is demonstrated by his practice connections in the market every human being depends on - accessible health services so that nobody dies before their time. In developing countries, increasing life expectancy to that over countries enjoy is proven throughout history to sustain economic growth (download for redesigning global health care co-authored with harvard's number 1 strategist michael porter and health's number 1 youth hero paul farmer). JIm KIm's life's work and experiences (from Korea to USA) echo all te talk he walks

His view that the number 1 role of 21st C public servants is to end inequality converges with the cross-cultural one the pope heroises and which links all nobel peace laureates. Again peace generates strong economies not vice versa. Peace is not sustainable in a boderless world wherever extreme inequalities existed. This was first mapped by The Economist's valation of the net generation in 1984. Its the simplest of whole truth mindsets of every hemisphere's and races greatest heroes - be that gandhi, mandela, luther king, anyone you choose of similar leadership empowerment

At the world banktransformation is needed to converge economic grwoth, public sustainability (empowering youth and women to track accountability, transparency and collaboration) and to urgently converge 2030now - redesigning the purpose of any market that isnt being led round freedom and happiness

Jim Kim's theories and practices are a win-win with all the world record job creators alumni of entrepreneurial revolution have been able to search since 1972's first opportunity for economists to observe how students experiment with learning networks. Everything pessimistic reasoning that post world war 2  amplified through the spread of tv's mass media - how it dumbed down or controlled round the big gets bigger and chnaged public service's focus from eduvation and health to massing arms (see eisenhower's warnings) - can be optimistically transformed if we design the internet to be the msrates job-creating educational media the human race has ever celebrated (join in club of rome and nobel peace laureates invitation to twin job creating capitls of youth as more valuable to host than even the olypics or the world cup - http://youtcreativelab.blogspot.com using such modalities as

youth summit

tedx

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searcing out, connecting and celebrating milellnnial professionals of every practice and every hemisphere aligned by valuing 2030now goals as both the human race's greatest purpose and the planet's sustainability opportunity

How do world's poorest women build health service networks?BRAC health system,  ..K01

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Youth Summit 2014 Erion Veliaj Minister of Youth Albania

The conversation was moderated by Isha Sesay, anchor and correspondent for CNN.

Moderator: Isha Sesay, CNN
Panelist: Jim Yong Kim, World Bank Group President
Panelist: Bono, Musician, Activist and co-founder of ONE

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Connections sir fazle abed family, ying lowrey, Taddy Blecher, Billy, Hiro, Harrison Owen Dr Ranga & Prita (Amma) Jayfus King Rev Al Marinez Lee, Fady, Ian Ryder, John Caswell, Jeff Devlin, Sherry Tross, Camilo, Luis VIguria, gordon dryden. tania zaman

Yuxuan, Emily, Filmographer of Child Arts Olympiads 

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Ed Resor NY worldpossible

Daniel Lu

Dawn Li and her chiense media friend in DC

Cheng Li (c100), brookings biographer of xi jinping

in qatar wise Stavros; in dubai networkers of million dolar teacher prize

Founder of 2000 chapters of students for liberty now headhunted by john mackey of conscious capitalism

monica yunus and co-founder of www.singfiorhope.org - new yorks largest community arts program, main chinese spoinsor fosun shanghai

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jack m trains 1000 american detroit may 2017 gateway17.com ; wise co-creativity

What are the most exciting apps and mobile leapfrog partnerships you have ever seen  rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

Bkash built on learning curve of Mpesa last m,ile banking

Give Directly built on millennials local research of which communities already have micfrofranchise solution worthy of conditional cash transfer

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 join our co-editors at http://openspacetech.blogspot.com if you wish to celebrate sustainability goals empowered by youthful community builders

download practice of peace chaps 1,2 by harrison owen found open space 

the greatest millennial exchanges pro-youth future capitals eg NY Beijing can develop win-win social world trades around

the village phone network that started with the learning curve of partners of grameen phone, MIT legatum, telenor, george sorois and women4empoiwerment

ihub African youth's centre of gravity in worldwide hackathon and ushhidi open source coders

partners in health learning exhcnage networks including world class teaching hospitals in haiti and soon rwanda and opening of world bank year 2015-2016 in Peru epicentre of Preferential Option Poor community and Franciscan faith networks

solar a billion a model that links hand in hand with mobile village phone networks for poorest

greatest missed opportunity to date 17 parallel khan academies slowly built on demand by 17 most trusted goals-exponential modeling economists and youth Experiential Learning networks

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If societies around the globe are spending 4000 times more on global village connections (#2030now versus 1946) then it stands to reason that sustainable millennials will need to demand 10 times more value from community networking and mobile open source services such as health education local value chained markets/banks, energy, safety and peace


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note 1984 system transformation finding: the most valuable innovations need to transform systems by taking many parties through a common conflict barrier at the same time

join above zero-sum value chain model innovators at TrillionDollarAudit.com

Brits and Eastern Europeans who could save millennials goals

dannyboyle chrispatten butler-sloss marianowak tomhunter georgesoros bernerslee michael palin gorbachev, Lech Walesa

Asians who could : sir fazle abed, jim kiim, jack ma,  W4E, Gandhi family Lucknow

Africans who could: Taddy Blecher, Noel Samara, Mandela Elders

Mid-East who could: Latif, Legatum

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