Positively infectious teachers, medics and bankers !us community builders

A community (its future growth of people) is blessed when its most trusted (servant) leader is a teacher or a medic or a banker

In the view of unacknowledgedgiant.com world record job creating games start around  maps connecting:

The greatest ever public health servant -impacts and ,,,

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Job Creating & Affordable Healthcare

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The Bangladesh miracle of grassroots  networking to end poverty involves studying what happens when all three of these professions connect bottom-up.

MEDIC TRUST

BRAC stories

Grameen Stories

Partners in Health, 

Haiti and Boston stories

Women Empowerment

Youth Empowerment

satellite of ending ebola

EDUCATOR TRUST

BRAC Stories

Grameen Stories

Farmer inspired by liberation theology 

Both BRAC & Grameen inspired by Freire (pedagogy of oppressed) and  Bangla village schooling draws on Montessori-Gandhi - additionally script on Gandhi's talisman is rumored to have been written while Gandhi was in chittagong; Gandhi's satyagraha conversion came to him in south africa- here half way through his life his aha that empire laws were chaing most of hos compatriots to poverty led to the oeaceful revolution plan of build a whole new schooling system before taking on ra government with peace marches

 Mandela Stories

Women Empowerment

Youth Empowerment 

 elearning satellite for 5 billion people @ DC

BANKER TRUST

BRAC stories

Grameen Stories

Puddle and Kiva Stories

Partners in Health @ world banking

Women Empowerment Stories

Youth Empowerment Stories

FRIENDS OF BANGLADESH - BLOSSOM WORLDWIDE?

For a quarter of a century from 1972 you can study the impact of this on mothers in  villages with the least infrastructures in the world and next to zero communications  with the outside world (further than a person could walk or rickshaw). Then from 1996, what happens when mobile phones empower health education and banking trust-flows with village mothers and then their next generation being valued as the first to linkin.

In all rural development cases community development depended first on transforming food, water and energy from having not enough to live to celebrating rural security. Economists with any common sense of history know that peace can only have a chance of growing when the rush from rural to cities isnt intergenerationally biassed by politicians.media and others towards cities

MILLENNIAL TRIANGULARISATION - TO BE OR NOT TO BE

if in addition the first net generation empowers women (mothers, parents ) -through the first millennial generation - to celebrate distributing knowhow locally so that everyone can enjoy being as literate as they wish to be on finance, health and education then we can collaborate around a human world in which every 20th C constraint on possibility can disappear- young people can link together making I have a dream, we have a reality -what's your greatest impossible becomes possible

Because open learning is the most abundant of value multipliers (knowhow multiplies value in use unlike the scarcities caused by consuming up things and extracting from nature), ways of transforming education value chains merit the most extraordinary curiosities we can muster. #2030NOW, #2015NOW

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critical timelines across networks, summits and continuous mentoring that could empower #2015now

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 (here is download that launched the nobel peace youth atlanta nov 2015 summit 12 months ago, personally i believe someone needs to chat to laura turner to see if the connections between 1) billion dollars her family spent on UN, 2 which CNN journalists kim uses to mediate millennial events, 3 the atlanta summit, 4 the future impact of turner family on youth and environment are optimised )

world bank youth summit 1 in nov 2013 took place ust after the warsaw peace laureates  summit- among youth stars at world bank youth sumnmit

would love to see future sumits  linkin right sort of connections with haiti- if you have anyone you trust there please say; if i could help get paul farmer to speak at a tedx  - well he's the one person jim kim and george soros and most of boston admire most and so too could all youth, and 5 billion people's elearning satellite yazmi - whose leadership team are Ethiopians residing at silver spring MD

1972=1996 two main ways to end poverty through village banking before digital era

both BRAC and Grameen gained huge trust as the number 1 cure of infant death in Bangla villages- oral rehydration was a knowledge sharing solution with almost no cost- ie how to mix boiled water, sugar an salt in the right proportions and ensure infant drank it before diarrhea completely wrecked the body. Without trust built as oral rehydration networkers, its unlikely either would have been so economically trusted to network village banking to end poverty

develop medical womens minimalist village health service network (50000 jobs first prooftested with massive campaign to share oral rehydration) and schools before offering job-skilled training (pay for through microcredit; know there will be a job for you because the value chain has been microfranchised) - example brac created over 100000 jobs in becoming national market leader of poultry across bangladesh- 

breeding super chickens

superchicken vet

egg laying in villages

distributing eggs to towns where villages had plenty

animal feed

learning exactly how to do job so it fitted value chain and any start up resources was basis of microloan

......10 years after brac, grameen brought village circle banking - one circle for every 60 village mothers

here the idea was to work out the exact numbers of women to do each ob so there would be neither scarcities nor surpluses...; again the women took out a loan to be trained and to belong to their most local market circle; in this case a banking mentor visited then every week; one of yunus most brilliant talents was inspiring thousands of young men to live in the villages as barefoot bankers ; the women members formed a community generation club with 16 commitments to each other; these included looking after each others children ; some of this brought new jobs such as carrot farming because traditional rice husking delivers proteins but not the vitamins needed for eg eyesight in te dark; building pit latrines and then whole huts (awarded aga khan prize for being minimum needed to be cyclone and moonsoon proof -the international reward that probably started yunus road to being the most famous end poverty celebrity ); another commitment was every child goes to primary school; since these schools were mainly built by BRAC, there were huge win-wins between the 2 different ways in which pre-digital microcredit was the most sustained investment in the pre-mobile era of ending poverty


what happened after 1996 is fascinating
yunus was first to bring vilage phones to the villages

while he inspired digital circle lending such as kiva he never collaborated with it; what did happen was his 60 by 60 branch network turned out to be a perfect hub network for one village women per circle to be the human telephone service for all 60 member; also while ingrid munro was the first to mobilise all transactions with hen kenyan bank jamii bora for slum families (mothers and youth), grameen never raced to be the first to mobilise transactional records (bring down costs of record keeping by 90%)

jamii bora also invented th eladder model- this banks one stage above the ultra poor; offereing top double up loans to any person who can demonstrate that she or he knows how to earn something; the doubling up being linked to the first demonstate profit and then linked to any grwoth in profit;

then kenya pioneered cashless banking apart from the last 500 yards - eg the mpesa model; the tech wizards who designed that having previously fell out with yunus partnered brac to develop what is now the world leading model www.bkash.com

sadly because the exact sequence of innovatuions of end poverty banking is misundersstood, fundamental asects of banking regulations needed so that too 

ob creating revolution sources in education that started before digital age include

Village Gandhi Montessorri - originated in 1920s - basis for brac's nmve into village education 1970s -latest celebrations of bracs educational impact first WISE education laureates, 20th open society laureates in 2012

- city Gandhi Montessori

Freire

Maharishi

Financial literacy cuurriculum Aflatoun for primary school children begun out of an Indian Orphanage 

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. I see no reason for changing this global social valuation of the curriculum of entrepreneurial revolution which my father relentlessly debated  from 1972 through future history frameworks with anyone friends of youth and The Economist could reach. However note that the system design opportunity to compound rising exponentials, by preventing every practical threat of collapsing ones, depended on

  • the Keynsian valuation goal that: economists see their number 1 intergeneration impact as uniting the human  race to end poverty
  • mediating the greatest communications revolution ever to be passed through one generation on planet earth by designing internet celebration of the internet's connectivity round the smartest (and a borderless world's) open social revolution around every job defining skill.

 

 Parents and elders would need to lead millennial investment in transformation from powering over to empowering - starting with intergenerational education joyfully freeing youth and especially young women  from the 4 deepest cultural risks of being chained to mindset monopolies spun  by who teaches? what's taught?  why examine? how certify?

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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

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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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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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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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