Dear Noah and Friends
Naila W4E is sometimes a bit modest so I hope its OK to circulate this contextual review (albeit rough draft). Sarah whose commitment to microenergy networks at Ashden Awards, sustainable and renewable energy in the UK and devel... is unequaled could likely improve this worldwide summary of impactful womens leadership. I wonder if there is a similar longitudinal celebration of yazmi's 5 billion person learning empowerment to celebrate. Very big week too for empowering Americas entrepreneurial youth Fingers crossed for everybody.
thanks for the inspiration to all of you, any mistakes are mine alone, chris macrae bethesda 301 881 1655
2015 celebrates the 20th anniversary of end poverty's women empowerment being mobilised by village phone ladies.
Strategically this is linked in by as many as 7 wonders
- The funding empowerment of George Soros which had previously focused on peace transformation movements: South Africa from 1978, Gorbachev Open Society networking from 1992
- The infrastructure operations capability of Norway's Telenor which was focusing on international purposes of mobile telecoms while Nokia had already made Norway the first mobile age national economy
- Wizard open source technologists out of MIT - this particular group were to linkin the tech wizards of mobile banking while other open source tech apps to make MIT the number 1 jobs creating alumni network were pioneered both by media lab (originally the architecture of open education) and Berners Lees being attracted to MIT as his epicentre.
- The publicist capabilities of Muhammad Yunus and his friends (including Clintons and Queen Sofia of Spain) which a year later were to go into an annual orbit with microcreditsummit
- Yunus focusing on solar energy as an app that could scale for a billion off grid people
-Do you see the 3 main scaling reasons why this innovation hadn't previously taken off as a barefoot network in spite the best efforts of Neville Williams self.org whose passion for solar had begun as Carters ambassador for green energy? 1 Solar needed mobiles for logistics of delivering its one-to-one energy to villages; 2 mobiles needed solar for local recharging, 3 solar needed microfinancing models to be affordable -reference Green Energy for a Billion Poor: How Grameen Shakti Created a Winning Model for Social Business
- Strategically women became leaders of valuing partnerships around the future's responsibility of mobilised empowerment of womens networking. Indeed, women became integral to leapfrogging models that transformed global social valuation of whole market sectors by an order of magnitude of microeonomic sustainability. Its interesting how Kenya was to become Africa's first nation to twin with Asia's Bangladesh in this bottom up entrepreneurial revolution. Among many reasons how: Kenya led end poverty banking out of slums with youth movements which then saw mobile MPESA as 10 times more economical ways to remit funding to villages
- 1996 was itself the 25th celebration of Bangladesh's race from independence to sustainability as a nation. The key to this economic miracle, Village Grassroots Development, started with BRAC in 1972. While BRAC was grounded in disaster relief, it soon scaled the first womens development network of the pre-digital age around 50000 plus parahealth connectors of infant and maternal health's most basic solutions (starting with oral rehydration which naturally depended upon building female peer to peer action learning networks). Back in the West, Keynsians had theoretically started leadership debates of Entrepreneurial Revolution to mediate the search for 30000 microfranchises to sustain the net generation. Thus there are many reasons for sharing why the scaling of BRAC's first female microfranchise network's focus on health is valued as case number 1 in hi-trust quests for both female and millennial empowerment.
Intriguingly it is now being argued inside the World Bank #2030now, based on the microhealth paradigm of the Partners in Health grassroots movement that started in Haiti, Peru and Boston, that how we empower millennial health professionals (demonstrated by the 3 most impassioned living public health servants Paul Farmer, Sir Fazle Abed and Jim Kim) will provide a benchmark for whether or not we succeed in empowering every millennial profession needed if sustainability is to be won by the generation alive today. In our borderless world of connectivity, you have only to wholly value the risk prevention case of Ebola to become a fan of the urgency of this reasoning.