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 China

1976's Double Entrepreneurial Revolution (The Economist 25 December started debating this netgen curriculum) and mainland China stared 40 year journey to the G20 and pro-youth Jobs Olympics of Hangzhou 2016

Xi Jinping  - more detail at amychina.net China became the greatest job creating space since 1976 or earlier (by which time expats supercity traders were already 3rd richest identiyty grouping after being american or japanese- While the West mass tv media has turned late 20th C government into soundbiting policy addiction funded by highly non-sustainable vested interests , China's governments have put togther a series of super job creating  -back from the next decade's -  maps of futures globall villagers can grow and grow. Unlike thing extraction, post-industrial revolution must value growing human capacity if growth is to be the intergenerational goal. No public servant on the worldwide stage is more collaboration timely than Xi Jinping. Fortunately the whole world - from leaders of G20 uop - NOW has chance to transparently examine which components of job creating partnerships to join in thanks to Hangzhou Consensus 6 September 2016. Back in 1976 Chinese governement owned all companies.Since then have been 4 waves of job creating "entrepreneurial" corportate  owners. Up to 1988 only successful chinese expats were alowed to extend the corporate form into China- this included some of the great tech hardware companies now known as Lemovo or Huawei. And some great builders. Their knowhow base had come from he practices that had designed transformatiuonal superports like singapore, taiwan, hong kog but increasongly their visibility on the mainland lead green and social architecture too. by 1992, wave 2 organic chiense world entrepreneurs were being licensed to start up corporatrions. In 1995 the accident of what should china do with the web was answered first by Jack Ma and soon two other chinese internet compainies Baidu and Tencent. By 2005, 4th wave of imagination compaies started to emerge as it became clear that the internet was scaling and China would be the first nation in the world to value more ecommerce than bricks channels -which in the west have become big and bigger chanels not smarter job creating value chains. One way to study which of China's top business men aim to be top job creators is to look at where they meet to debate operationalising the government's back from the future roadmap-= there are 2 annual summits hosted by World Entrepreneur Forum, and a special thinktank at Tsinghua which is China's and Beijings main leadership-to-action university and partnership alumni network.

China's first lady Peng Liyuan the G20's first ladies to celebrate aids curricula in high schools- a subject that had previously been taboo. 

Jack Ma- About 700 years ago Hangzhou was the woprld's leading city. Its no accident that it was to be branded buy Jinping the origin of the Hangzhou consensus in which China ofered to join ipn any nation concerend with sustainability goals and colaboration world trade job-enmpowering maps. Jack Ma's view of the internet was to leapfrog tradining and finacial chanels so that everu Small Enterprrise could gain from working hard in a free worldfwide market- he's also setting up an imagination companuy network around open education which some call AliBabaUni. Ma lives the value that the 3 greatest skilss all global youth need to peer to peer through every second of soicial networking are the 3 langauges additional to any mother tongue: Chuense, English and Coding. 

more to come 

 

Rest East 

Sir Fazle Abed of Bangladesh worked out that 3 professions most need to live alnd elarn with the world's porest vilagers- banhkers,eduicators, and health servants. Bangladesh's form of microbanking offers the loewst cost adult stuident loans to gain lifetime employment. The babkers are also responsible for redesigning value chains to be bottom-up so as to ensure this microfranchising of jobs. However none of this would be sustainable without the educational innoivation of last mile health servants which was the first initaitive BRAC scaled nationwide thanks first to the world's greatest open source life saving service oral rehydration 

Recently 43% of growth of the world economy has come from china; next comes india at 7%. It is great that India's PM Modi accepted JinPings Hangzhou consensus and Asiab looks set to innovate the greatest infrastructure bank uniting nations of its region. Modi apears to have inherited the pro-youth dna of [past president Kalam and it is probable that businessman Nilekani has been doing most to invite indias internet entrepreneurs to start emulating Cina in terms of transforming a nation and its global youth colaboration around teh world

Originally North and South Koreans, Kim and Ki-moon can be seen to be bridging west and east. Whilst at the world bank, KIm's 2 signature co-research compases with China have been on sustainable cities and health service. Both Kim and Ki-moon appear to be ending their tenure at the US-located globalisation institutes by preparing to be west-east ambassadors for the future of education.....................................................................

North 

Gordon Brown is emerging as the connector of 30 leaders with the most passionate amd innovative ideas on future of education. Watch UN 18 september for global youyth inspiring presentations by Jack Ma, Jim Kim, Norways' PM 27 others and Ki-Moon's promise to carry thips forwards as he elaves the UN and rocks the world in with his uniquely humanitarian gravitas.

Berners Lee keeps MIT the greatest web-connecting entrepreneur university in terms of future jobs and leapfroging coding. The original leapfrogim=ng models of financial inclusion are now headquartered at MIT Legatum - an interesteing partnership banked by the UAE and coded by the expatriate banglpadeshi family the quadir brothes. In parallel the middle east Toyota franchise's foundation Abdul Latif sponsors many of MIT 's edgiest Labs...................................................................

 

Canada's Pierre Trudeau is emerging as the North's main ambassdor to Hangzhou colaboration consensus as well as the younges of the G20 leaders. He signed am ali baba pavillion excgnafge with Jack Ma.

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And he most visibly thaned Xi for liviung up to the purpose of why the G20 was chosen to go beyond the G& so that the wporld of nations could elarn from Chiuna as the one that must invest most in the futures all global youth will need to be sustainable and jiobs rich. Canada has also set about its graduates being pretty insular. Watch for e2xchnage schemes with China and through everywhere the 1776HUn reaches (first eastern sto Dubai )88....

South 

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Ali Baba ecommerce platforms AliPay Ant Finance  Aliresearch and AliBabaUniExchnages 

 taobao changes value chains for rural smes to be included- while Tmall organsies

big brand gioft giving and logistocs to serve citizens at their coveneice 

 biggtoolest digital transcation 

 savongs and .loans

research groups eg with G20 and UNEP Green Finance Stdy Group

 

with china's elading poverty network, how blockcjhain ca assure best efficiency 

 

 partner aliubaba uni wherever yopu woish to study

promote a national pavilion ansd youth entrepreneur exchnage at al baba science p[ark 

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wave 4 connect their creation of billions of dollars of wealth with humanity's sustainability goals

wave 3 1995-2000 scaled what became the world's leading internet companies -ali baba amazon baidu google ...

in china wave 1 started in 1976 the first time private companies were authorised- often diaspora chinese (the 3rd richest network on the planet were permitted a whole region's future to property build); wave 2 focused on china going from zero to what became number 1 in industrial age manufacturing  

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25,26 July 2015 sees US bureaucrats land their global entrepreur summit on Nairobi -

a time for friends of The Economist Entreprenurial Revoliution and Net Genration to supply their 40th annual collaboration millennials review

 world record book of job creations map of pro-millennial movements -africa's largely  unacknowledged wonders

kenya ihub, and mobile youth/womens banking from jamii bora 1999, mpesa, nanocredit, joywo - if you live in dc and want to mak maps of whos ihub who join the colaboration atiospaces

south africa leads world in job creating curricula since 1999

ethiopia leads creative kids world in dream of satellites designed to empower millennails ti be smartest and mkost socially valued generation

partners in health meta-hub in rwanda promises opportunity for africa to linkin worlds most affordable and effective health services

 brac leads the way with want preferential option poor networking can transform with every whiole truth profession

makers faire movements remain one of the global social african specialities planed by eg tedx tanxania and world social forum kenya

the attempt of frineds of ibrahim to mediate hi-trust leadership across every industry sectir africans need to sustain spins some where between IF london and A24 paris

africans could well lead open learning curriculum on renewable energy - nations from etjipia to tunisais appear to be betting their futures on mega projects succeeding- lets hope the worlds renewable experts are collaborating round this 

 The survey that started global social entreprenurial revolution and analysis of whether 4000 tomes more spend on global communications technolgies would make death of distance a sustainable world for millennials

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 Americas Millennials: how it took 30 years to build world class hospital for poorest out of haiti, and less than 3 years for millennials to spread the good news of investing in their global social valuation goals. Digitals 3 years to 2015now processes include world bank youth summits. world bank live with millennails, americas entrepreneur competitions yabtticamericas, iadb - demand solutions; world bank tedx and open elarning campus. tri-hemisphere flows of nanocredit, and brac global banks with values-  2030now -while you might hope euro milennials would linkin to Americas through mother tongue, it seems that Budapest millenials thanks to george soros have empowered best flow between Sir Fazle Abed and Paul Farmer celebrating their connection at 20th open society laureateswomen4empowerment 2.1 leapfrog models from first 20 years of mobilising partnerships with poorest womens village mothers;  following quarter of a century of greatest economical miracle keynsian economists have ever heard of Africa millennials' 20 year learning curve: building elearning satellite for 5 billion people Africas millennials- how banking for slum youth adapted bank for poorest women out of nairobi- the first 16 years of happy families bank, mpesa, nanocredit, ihub, ushahidi Africas millennials - out of s.africa first 15 years of partnerships searched for missing curriculum- public private partnerships dont work the way mandela or gandhi dreamed of until you linkin youth peer to peer How peru-chile and romes saved the world- peru as a lab for ending drug reseisatant tuberculosis provides clues for ending ebola;the 12 yera march to include youth entrepreneurs at continent bwide sumkits of heads of nations arrives in panama april 2015; the agendas of the current pope and americas millennials are the most human of won-wins - can chile and rome coordinae their youth mediation efforts through all catholic universities; and will nobel peace laureates and club of rome green laureates please linkin before nov 2015      

 New hospital in Haiti proves that aid done right can change lives

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 san francisco leads w4e latin american networking thanks to nanoc5edit sponsorship of bettter world wireness - can we linkin 500 startups, 500 women, next generation of mobile crowd-everything wizardry inspired by kiva, paypal, puddle ...

 

          
 

The GG Book of World Record Job Creators

Kim et all paper of transforming value chain of global health,Lancet 2013
Map World Record Job Creators ... jim kim linkin top 40 better for the world social actions-networks; stars of who tedx who with jim kim

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Jim Kim2030nowjimkim2transcripts.doc 2030nowjimkim2transcripts.doc, 40 KB how did villager networks around Sir Fazle build rural health service? build village education? build banking networks? buildvaluetrue maps of food , water and safe-for-children communities? 

Africanidol.tv - Did Young africans launch most entrepreneurial summit ever? Why not launch a Young Continent Society for every continent on October 7gamechanging maps of value chains fit for millenials

 


          
xWHAT THEY DIDNT TEACH BILL GATES ABOUT MICROCREDIT AT HARVARD BUSINESS SCHOOL

We start each chapter with a change to conventional mindset that we value after exploring sufficient cases in the chapter. For example the first chapter concludes that microcredit empowers 10 times more livelihood value if and only if

 

the microcredit networks have earned trust through health and education grassroots services before they make loans

 

the loans are actually the greatest student loans ever made because their 1.0  target is illiterate village mothers and their trusr relationship promises if you action learn how to do this we will ensure you have a livelihood (and supporting community) because me the microcredit bank have redesigned a whole markets value chain round microfranchising jobs; their 2.1 target is the mothers next generation who linkin as job-creating entrepreneurs and celebrate open tech wizards

 

Jargon note

In service economies , how a franchise is specified impacts more jobs in different ways than how manufacturing systems designed in labor. However unlike ordinary global franchises which extract profit each quarter to global owners , a microfranchise is designed so that most or all  value stays with  and in the locality of - the servant producers

 

 

Why does The Economist's 43rd year of searching for Lucky Net Generation currently gravitate around the pro-youth capitals of

  • Cape Town
  • Tokyo
  • Boston
  • Budapest
  • Beijing 
  • Atlanta
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    .JOBS TOP10
    BANGLA VIllages 1 &2 ; SorosOPENEcoSocial; KIM Bank on Youth2030nowjimkim2transcripts.doc, 40 KB  #2030now    1  2 ; Gandhi-Montessori; S.Africa FreeUni  summary of maharishi uni.doc summary of maharishi uni.doc,; KenyaOrphanIhub; MIT Media&Lab; Women4E W4E/F4D - videos 1  2  3 AsiaPMillennials.

     twin future capitals - world youth summit prep

    dc diary 

    21st june most extreme value chain exchange DC has ever seen

    23 june results with jim kim

    unknown date of world bank fall summit ask victoria flamant

    atlanta diary

    27 sept final rehearsal with yunus  turner family jimmy carter family luther king family- ask dr bhuiyan

    cape town diary

    mid october 2014 nobel youth summit -ask bhuiyan or david ives

    new york diary

    week ending 26 september number 1 womens empowerment summit- ask naila for details

    starting 28 september world summit innovation and entrepreneurship -ask atsu or muftah


    Inter-generational Explorers of most productive world media humanity has shared
    Von Neumann (deceased, nearest to MIT : invent )
    Berners Lee at MIT
    Negropronte founder of the lab for exploring new media’s value chain transformations, and $100 elearning networks
     
    Ecoystem for extremely useful entrepreneurs and engineers and practical sci (grounded in social fiction, and millennials collab goals)
    Sloan management school – founder of each lab have entrepreneur competion
    Research of how mit alumni networks create more jobs/startups than any other source- by atracting more patient capital and above zero-sum modellers
    Square mile walk round kendall metro- more hq of future sectors than anywhere= magic’s apprentice -other extreme competitions eg 1
     

     competition ecosystem- annual cycle - pitch; incubate, invest 

    Open edu worldwide defining maps and spaces
    Open edu of all curriculum
    Edx versions of coursera
    Co-partner in reclaiming our learing partbnerships – ito intersection of learning and new media lab

     

    Access and youth animation of mobile’s leading edge experiments
    Mobile phones in villages
    Digital architectires for cashless banking
    Journal of open innovations 

     

    Best for youth 4-hemisphere partners:
    Deepest and most sustaining mentors and investors
    Deep cultural partners –abdul latifeee networks
    Legatum networks
    Lemelson & MIT100k partners – students own three-in-one year: pitches, accelerating, starting up 

    Labs for life-changing apps
    Other best for world labs and apps beyond new media and student exploration:
    Medical
    Energy
    Development and poverty

     

     

     

    MIT
    Kim’s connections with boston change
    What Soros (open soc & global village economics) planted: 1 boston, 2 saffrica, 3 europe east
    How youth co-creative labs fused with pro-poor banks : Bangla, Kenya
    How open education fusion of every missing action-solution netgen can value multiply
    EDU Explores Open Everything: MIT linkedin www youth’s Entrepreneurial Revolution labs
    3 MIT ITO
    search out how technology’s networking maps netgen’s defining exponentials of 10 times more productive livelihoods for all
    sustainability system design compounds 10 times more human productivity aligned with nature’s bottom-up and open design rules (valuetrue micro’s exponential maths of von neumann and einstein
    Von Neumann’s multiwin-network innovations into action:
    Borderless planet
    System of systems must minimise compound risk at boundaries- end externalisation professions
    Nature’s valuation rules bottom-up and open
    Collab as defining innovation of net generation
    Smartest open edu media- every way opposite to ad age dumbest media
    Without MIT we’d miss:
    The greatest job creating alumni network in world
    Media labs of every way open expert leadership searches market purposes linking 10 times more worldwide
    productivity for net generation instead of 10 times more cost
    Jamii Bora and family health insurance and wellbeing programs
    Jamii Bora and Green Urban Regenarion

     

     http://open.media.mit.edu/   http://media.mit.edu  (Book Sorcerer's Apprentice)

    http://civic.mit.edu  http://museum.mit.edu/150/

     

     

     
    Benchmark for pro-youth banking revolutions and beyond bordered capitalism
    Summits of partnerships investing in millennials (majority in AP) and goals they wish netgen social movement to be
    Mobilise beyond aid’s triple empowerment: women, youth, poorest
    WSIE – open society architectures of new cities for old
    (e)Learning centre leading at heart of leading nation’s new capital cities
    Old universities best at mooc partnering missing curricula of www youth job creating
    APM -60% of millennials – 60% of sustaining future
    Where above zero-sum (post-industrial models) and open systems began
    China-India-Japan can save the world if partnber extrem labs eg bangaldesh
    Direct youth world trade of borderless planet especially natures capital exchanges
    Borderless youth – joy/empowerment oif each others cultures – peace’s dividend
    Trading virtual portals win-win with best merchant practices of trading through real ports

    Ground-up of 10000+ barefoot bankers times infrastructure leaps- mobile mothers, cashless banking, solar for gridless villages
    NOW’s Impossible possibles-mediate gamechanger by each trillion dollar sector
    Twinning capitals around world youth summit series- more valuable to youth than olympics
    16 decision culture of 100000 mothers microhubs becomes worlds most exciting microlab partnership
    4 of yunus’s top 10
    Free nursing college out of dhaka
    Yunus Olympics
    Green energy a billion- social business collaboration model
    Grameen Intel
    Can africa translate to 16 culture of orphan social livlihoods network’s – boy power, girl power
    Can twin summits legacy mandela-luther king: reignite US Africa diaspora and empower HBU student networks (core to Obam legacy of studnets revaluing jobs-creating university league table for
    BRAC- Out of Bangla’s short straw of Eastern Independence- from basket case to greatest microfranchiser: How dna of bottom-up disaster relief  evolved into knowledge of worlds most collaborative: connections 3-level banking model of gabv.org; connection through to MIT’s open tech wizards; most mapped cases of total change of value chain to integrate livelihoods of poorest
    -can brac integration of cashless banking develop 10 times more economical community banking model sought by soros and The Economist’s pro-youth economist
    Twin Youth Cap Dhaka: From open uni of microcredit – to open uni of every free sector purpose-
    Original strategy of bangla growing up with giants like china –why not send khan-academy type reporting all over microcredits big three – grameen, brac and jamii bora as prep for post 2015 concvergence of microeducationsummit and  microcreditsummit

     

     

    See other stuff eg china –brookings
    How micro can reform macro
    Asian youth secretariats can empower CEOs of west’s elite economics-for-humanity institutes;
    Cases World Bank, UN, Brookings; and most open source professional practices –Ito at MIT, kim’s alumni at PIH
    Partner MOOCs of missing abundant win-win economics –why not world bank, uni of tokyo, and sal khan weherever youth summits generate 9 minute viral action learnings youth most value –link to ito and mit reclaim learning
    Polak/Warwick/Zahid (Business Fights Poverty) catalogue of top 20 bottom billion services in need of innovation f bottom-up multinations- last 500 yard channel mixes exact opposite of tv ads in villages without electricity

    Openedu greatest value multipliers local-global – which apm partners

     

     

     

    Twin ends purposeful value exchanges- 10-win p*d

     

     

     

    4 hemisphere open source youth
    Exchanges a la akira
    Exchanges a la cms
    Exchanges city and village sustainability challenges and climate –eg noclear-tsunmai- evryones lab

     

     

     

     

    APM Asian Pacific Millennials
     

     http://open.media.mit.edu/   http://media.mi

    1 APM sustaining world—socially conscious trading and open edu media
    1APM Asian pacific Millennials Collaboration Goals Sustainability Century
    The Economist Maps : 1984 Net generation; 1976 Entrepreneurial Revolution and APM Century;
    1962 Consider Japan; 2008 consider bangladesh –also feedback to this from 4-hemisphere remebrance parties
    of The Economist’s pro-youth economist
    Convergence of greatest economics solutions ever exponentially sustained:
    Japan’s launch as most peaceful hemisphere and world trader – impact on whole hemisphere where
    Majority of millennials come of age as 21st century’s defining sustainability challenges are innovated
    Good fortune that China’s expatriate wealth round training isles like taiwan, hong kong and singapore
    ready to invest in mainland in post-communist era
    Bangladesh twice solves economics greatest problems:
    End poverty in pre-digital village; end poverty in digitally connected villages –through mobilising womens empowerment
    (view of economics as raining share of voice in futire of 3 halves of world only with 10% voice at end of 20th C:
    Women, youth, poorest
    Twin future  history of bottom-up development of Grameen and BRAC:
    Now’s differentiated purposes in supporting millenniums co-produce their own post 2015 goals:
                                              Yunus
     mediating 1000 concepts most excite youth ( value radically different to half trillion dollars of waste per
    Year of tv ad agencies marginal innovations round thing ownership);
    10 greatest gamechangers of youth summits-trillion dollar audit:
    Also future-hertory war of macro versus micro mindsets” Map back sector’s sustainable purpose for humanity not its fastest route to extraction and community degradation
                     ABED
    design of most collaborative NGO in world-dna as bottom-up disater relief, massive personal distributor of life-critical
    Information, most joyful literacry schools communities have ever empowered
     also global village engineer- meta-investor in scaleable microfranchises (redesigning value chains)
     – trust triad as banker, educator and mobile connector of 3 missing majorities  cf 85 richest have more voice over future than 40% of world’s peoples
    Can eg Brookings and Tokyo help bridge India and China inside out now –at least around key sectors like energy, health;
    why not use khan-academy type platform as smartest way to report/viralise mising action learnings of millennial
    -reference BRAC Uni proposal on MOOC
    Jamii Bora and family health insurance and wellbeing programs
    Jamii Bora and Green Urban Regenarion

     

    To Keynesian alumni who value the main job of the economists as designing systems to sustain end poverty across generations, Bangladesh is the world's leading benchmark because it started with the least resources as a nation and it invented solutions empowered by the world's poorest village women.  (Yes of course the rise of nations like Japan and China may exemplify the fastest tracks but sustainability of our whole planet depends on knowing how Bnagl mothers networks dwere empowered to just do it their way)
    Note village means without infrastructures such as electricity, roads, running water and sanitation , telephones. What makes this even more remarkable is that Bangladesh has come up with world class "poverty museum" solutions twice- in pre-digital age, and the digitally connected age. First it sent barefoot professionals to help young vilage mothers to network with human dignity, then from 1996 Bangla became the first place in the world to make village mothers the main partners in what mobile networking could do.
    Some experts argue over which of BRAC's Fazle Abed and Grameen's Muhammad Yunus did the most to linkin the Bangladeshi miracle. We see that as missing the point because villagers interfaced the solutions from both grassroots networks.
    BRAC's origins come from:
    1 World First Bottom-UP Disaster Relief NGO in 1972 when a local cyclone kileed nearly half a million beings and the Shell office that Fzle Abed was working became the last place standing
    2 Deciding after the immediate crisis to bridge relief with development
    Dping this by scaling huge knowhow networks- such as one designed around Paule Friere literacy training (pedagogy for the oppressed) which soon became why BRAC was trusted to replicate 40000 village primary schools.And the oral rehydartion knowhow needed to end death of one in 5 infants by diarrhea- this became BRAC"s barefoot para-medic network. Soon BRAC was looking for income generating opportunities to franchise- its goal was to change whole value chains so the poorest could develop - poultry, meat and diary , various crops designed around smallest farmers connection of the value chain.
    Grameen's focus (from 1976) was on empowering every circle of 60 women villagers to not just bank (save and take loan for income generation) but to share knowhow (both oral rehydration but also by extending each banking centre with a vegetable garden to solve infants nutritional crises) and to be their own cooperative market exchange. Grameen's 16 decision culture evolved through yeras of  listening to village mothers  coordinated by first female co-founder Mrs Nurjan Begum shows reveal las the depth and patience of the once a week mentoring of each village centre Grameen members.  Those who like to bandy around the phrase patient capital need to take note! This was facilitated by thousands of young barefoot bankers. One of the emotional intelligence capacities yunus has above all is inspiring young professionals  to dedicate their lives as village community servants.
    We hope this introduction both explains why we index historic job creating inventions as primarily grameen or.brac even though they were interdependent, but even more why we have catalogued the 2015-2030 job creating roles of Yunus and Abed in contrasting ways. Youth economists need to love the gracious knowhow that both of these leaders' legacies make urgently connect to by action learning replicability of their microfranchise systems.

     

     

    BRAC’s 1972 DNA
    -innovations pre-digital vilage
    bottom-up disaster relief
    literacy for oppressed -  from adult circles to informal village primary schools (now 40000)
    basic infant and maternal barefoot para-health workers – first wave oral rehydration program
    value chain redesign before microfinancing postions in microfranchises takes market channel risk away from mothers
    poultry about 100000+ (5 positions) jobs and a sector leader
    meat and dairy 
    various crop sciences redesigned market chains
    barefoot lawyers
    brac research channels , and capability of several total medical programs – eg end TB
    triple e-rated microfanchise criteria -probably world's largest microfranchise trust

    Grameen’s DNA : 7 year membership design project (1976) before launching members owned bank by national degree 1983
    grameen centre for every 60 mothers converges banking, health (16 decision) .literacy, and owning a community market - culture chnage in women empowerment (in 2012 over 120000 centres for 8 million members)
    links centre to vegetable garden for infant vitamins
    16 decisions include sanitation build pit latrine- later minimum monsoon proof hut only avialable if wife permitted to own
    member commitment to send children to primary linked to secondary scholarships;  grameen relationships with youth later lead to neraly free vocational colleges and youth investment competitions
    From mid 1990s yunus takes on role as  investor in tech/infrastructure leapfrog not just community banker
    tech leapfrog 1- mobile phone for village motyhers
    Tech leapfrog -solar for off grid
    Grameen Dialogues help popularise microcredit experiments particularly in Asia and with Coop Structure
    Yunus the asked to set up international consultancy : Grameen  Trust, and 1997 millennium goals MCsummit

    Yunus Post-Digital village age
    GrameenPhone becomes bangaldesh’s largest corporation but first system not majority owned by of in trust for poor
    When Yunus wins Nobel Prize in 2006, seizes opportunities to bring in technology inward investment partberships with village solutions- global social business model is born –starting with Grameendanone Paris 2006. Around this time he also forms Grameen Solutions- aiming to attract wizard youth technologist both to design life critical apps and provide Gramen with hard currency consulting
    Yunus role as youths world favorite concepts connector begins and links to speakers tour as Nobel Laureate. Among new gamechanging sector interventions, the nearly free nursing college is one of the greatest new partnership networks

    BRAC post-digital age
    Total Bangla banking system – microcredit in vilages, BRAC bank in city, cashless banking bkash.com; represntative of gabv.or wordlwide association of banks with values
    brac university
    first wise education laureate - nearest to complete job creating education system (missing funds secondary) -
    International country expansion – usually with major parner per country (eg mastercard foundation Uganda) and Gates Foundation (Tanzania)
    As well as redesigning value chains in relevant farming, often adapts ladder model of microlending to girl power circles

     

     

     

     

     

     

     


     

     

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    Bangla’s first 43 years – most solutions to ending village poverty ever; greatest source triple-E
    microfranchise
    ABED: In Bangladesh small may be beautiful but massive replication is absolutely essential. A microfranchise solution is obe that can be open sourced across comparable communities so that value  maximation stays with poorest producers in community. Tripe E = Effective (solution), efficient ( eg balances value’s low cost but hi-trust and high sustainability), expandable
    Between Sir Fazle Abed’s BRAC and Muhammad Yunus’ Grameen, Bangladesh has twice innovated poorest vilage womens greatest grassroots and social networks. Bangladesh was born 1971 as a bankrupt natiion gaining its freedom in war of independence from W pakistan. National government had barely any funds to develop public services in cities. It was left to BRAC to identify village services after 1972 cyclone, and soon million person famine inspired Yunus to start Grameen Project. You could say that in their different ways,
    Grameen and BRAC solved The Economist’s 1972 Entrepreneurial Revolution challenge as defining the coming era of net generation’s post-industrail revolution and a borderless planet. Bangla micro systems mapped how to sustain social designs of best of gov, corporate and non-gov instead of the worst –and do this by empowering the poorest village mothers in the world
    To Keynesian alumni who value the main job of the economists as designing systems to sustain end poverty across generations, Bangladesh is millennium goal world's leading benchmark because it started with the least resources as a nation and it invented solutions empowered by the world's poorest village women.  (Yes of course the rise of nations like Japan and China may exemplify the fastest tracks but sustainability of our whole planet depends on knowing how Bnagl mothers networks dwere empowered to just do it their way)
    Note village means without infrastructures such as electricity, roads, running water and sanitation , telephones. What makes this even more remarkable is that Bangladesh has come up with world class "poverty museum" solutions twice- in pre-digital age, and the digitally connected age. First it sent barefoot professionals to help young vilage mothers to network with human dignity, then from 1996 Bangla became the first place in the world to make village mothers the main partners in what mobile networking could do.
    Jamii Bora and family health insurance and wellbeing programs
    Jamii Bora and Green Urban Regenarion

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    Good News Reporting by and for Youth - examples

    A12 news of economists helping to compile world record book of job creators

    A9 Catalogues of missing curricula of ro-youth economics

    A6 First notes/links on good enws out of africa for worldwide youth cross-checking

    A4 Dialogues on which trillion dollar (global) market sectors afre free to invest in next generation co-producing their choice of humanity's most valuable collaboration goals

    A1 Notes on which adjectival entrepreneurs have supported or opposed the pro-yputh economic mapping of The Economist's curriculum of Entrepreneurial evpolution started in 1972 with early student experiments with digital elarning networks

     

    C12 Diary of convergence of 20000 most job-creating youth entrepreneurs and nobel laureates and first ladies (and leagues of genetlemen) of Atlanta Nov 2015 and twin capitals of YunusOlympics.com -devoted to youth jobs summits being kore valued by youth than the olympics

    C3 Curious questions concerning why hasnt the BBC yet found the purspose of te world's largest public broadcaster debated in The Economist since 1984 -discussion of whether friends of Pope Francis will win the race to public servant curricula of ending inequality in an age where media and public leaders will need to be urgently and severely examined on social action valuation if we are to sustain lives for our grandchildren all over our borderless planet

     

     


     

     

    Soros missing MOOCS on sustainable economics –turn into superhighway driving/IQ  tests; public broadcaster news interviewers need to take test before airing!
    Legend millennials most valuable Open Society Systems:
    Massive
    Open
    Online
    Collab
    Soros could sponsor sal khan (of Khanacademy.org) to report all practice solutions of his 20th open society laureate in khan’s viral maximum 9-minute action learning mode (see also OLA concept of MIT open edu course designers –why not make number 1 page on web the 7 minute practice learning billions of youth find most valuable to develop livelihoods around )
    Soros and Muhammad Yunus could be invited to develop reality tv competitions for global social business apprenticeships and millennial sustainability entrepreneur pitching- see The Economist’s 1984 specification of this opportunity
    Soros, Jim Kim and Lech Walesa (and other solidarite friends eg Dalai Lama) could help Pope Francis design his public servant MOOC – see “count on me” course notes Jim Kim shared with 50000 alumni of first change the world MOOC
        
    Unseen Wealth Metrics need massive celebrating- there should be an annual Brussels bonfire to commemorate the vain decision- europeans don’t care about social valuation not until 3 euro enrons occur in same year
    Goodwill modeling and search for multi-win models need the same maths- note the many ways valuetrue analysis exact opposite to Tangible Global Accountants spreadsheets
    Transparency mapping needs to attend to conflict resolution ahead of times and shed light on risks at boundaries between systems – a defintion of networking era is “systems of systems” regulation have more vital consequences than separate systems
    Sustainability investment impacts should be (Bayesian) modeled exponentially;  this requires value multiplication models not triple bottom lines addition
     

    Trillion Dollar Purpose Auditing could be updated after every nightly news
    A trillion dollar audit frees dialogues on each global sector’s purpose from view of maximising sustainability and livelihoods out of every global village. In Jim Kim vocabulary it remaps the whole value chain resolving every conflict with millennials defining goals
    Risky sectors to prioritise trillion dollar auditing nightly good news include: energy, education, banking, health and safety, water and food security. Professional monopolies’ rules – as per this video
    Clean energy and open education need to be valued as the 2 potential freedoms that can sustain 10 tmes greatest wprkdwide youth productivity of the net generation and 7 billion beings’ freedoms
     

    Education 4 monopolies must be ended; adam’s smith vision must be regenerated
    “4321” What is taught, researched, examined, certified? That a nation’s future talents be narrowly (instead of diversely) appraised leads to economic disaster . Adam Smith
    Blend the good news from Soros missing curricula with such practice findings as almost any illiterate adult can be helped to read a newspaper in a month; those responsible for orphans (out of India) have designed the world’s most successful financial literacy curriculum in primary schools; another missing curriculum is that of empowering cross-cultural confidence- that which youth takes into adolesence determines their lifetime social behaviours
    When a capital announces nearly free university curriculum – be this south africa’s entrepreneur curricula or Bangaldesh’s nursing curriculum – wonderful open edu partners gravitate. Eg in south africa’s case: branson and google have linked blecher, maharishi and mandela elders - a- and the curricula are now being extended to 14 million children from 10 years up with goal of co-creating 1 million jobs by 2020. Which edu systems will twin with this entrepreneurial freedom

    Help share timelines to sustainability anywhere you mediate or build community
    Let twin capital youth jobs summits openly inspect these so that too big to fail systems are removed before nature decides humans are the next dodo
    2015now –so millennials in the investment and training middles of their own post2015 collaboration goals
    2018 now so The Economist can celebrate 17th anniversary of mediating end of hunger and end of capital abuse of youth during revolutionary eras of social action (industrial, post-industrial)
    2025now- The Economist’s main risk timelines for 1984 remain worth mapping- that is if we are to consciously decide on sustainable futires for 99% of people; also the solutions to The Economist’s 30000 microfranchise hunt for empowering net generation are all out there; it is simply that finding tjem in all the greenwashing that global aid has got bogged down, young “impossible-possible” mindsets needed to generate a lot of open collaboration
    2030now jim kim’s suggestion that we give millennials 5 more years given the amount of macroeconomic system failures that need resolving
    Nobel peace laureates social action networks with youth need to be celebrated with more attention than even the olympics; furthermore we need to learn from economics laureates acceptance speech- separating system designs of peace and economics is not a pro-youth idea
    Soros and Lech walesa could help Pope Francis with the process of developing his public service MOOC; whomever is the EU’s and Russia president could be the first dual students; india and chinese president could be the next learning couple –references MOOCYUNUS, MOOCWHO
     

    Youth Capitals with Future need Compound Risk ILABS
    Kenya’s IHUB first product Usahidi “crowdmapping” - best mobile tool for empowering youth to mediate riots peacefully
    Skoll and Larry Brilliant ILABS in compound risk prevention – from the guy that brought the world the need of smallpox and the social entrepreneur world champion who produced inconvenient truth
    Rockefeller Foundation claims to be linking in dozens of Ilab capitals- hopefully friends of youth and RF will learn from its failed attempt to develop the application service provider of social capital stockmarkets

     

     


     

     

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    Open society and whole planet –deadline 2025
    Soros is the last man standing of the 3 pro-youth economists –Norman Macrae and Peter Drucker being the other two- whose experiences of Hitler’s and Stalin Europe led them to value Keynes Views (see also Schumpeter, Schumacher and Von Hayek on the road to Serfdom:
    Elderly academic macroeconomists compound greatest risks onto future if youth since they constitute the system’s rules embedding hypotheses that practical men don’t understand the impact of.
    #2025NOW begins with the third quarter of the 20th Century:
    Western Government lost ability to design pro-youth futures in any social sector (by which we mean one whose purspoe frees or chains 99% of people’s livelihood freedoms). Mass media caused them to power over instead of serve. They started spending 15% of the people’s budgets on arms. They launched knee-jerk ideas like health services and European Unions in ways that required youth to bail out the elderly’s ever more costly demands. They printed paper currencies as if there were no tomorrow. They monopolised what science research was publicly funded – wrongly backing nuclear energy over photosynthesis. All these comound system risks became The Economist’s curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution in 1972; Soros is the leader who has stood up for sustainainability of the coming of the net generation just as all biggest Western systems have lost touch with sustainable purpose.
    In 1978 he started bottom-up philanthropy with South African Youth
    At the start of bteh 190s he backed Gorbachev while breaking the Bank of England
    He started up Open Society movements and endowed The Central European University out of Budapest.
    In 1996 he funded Muhmmad Yunus in bringing mobile phone experiments to partbership apps wit the world’s poorest village mothers.
    Since 2008 he has called for rethinking of ecconomics from ground up, identified which economists value the futire of the 99% not that of the 1%, linked together youth and these economists in the network ineteconomics.org, called for moocs to help net generation share missing expoential curricula of societal sustainability and the need to end externalsiation across boundaries given nature and technolgy’s acceleration of a borderless planet in which every
    SOROS
    Jamii Bora and family health insurance and wellbeing programs
    Jamii Bora and Green Urban Regenarion


    Year 40 of Empowering Youth to Value the 13 Most Purposeful Freedoms of Entrepreneurial Revolution 

    Back in 1972 my dad first saw 500 youth sharing knowhow around a digital network. He coined Entrepreneurial Revolutuon in The Economist as the study of (13) most vital trillion dollar purposes (matching the coming of 13 worldwide market sectors) that every 21st C youth needed to collectively question, That is if the 2010s is to turn out to be worldwide youth's most productive decade - help us search out 100 leaders of such a joyful decade at www.wholeplanet.tv

    Dad had been mentored by Keynes: As economics rules the world the opportunity will be economists designing futures peoples need most, the risk that they will destroy those future purposes. First (see eg post-industrialGrossly Deceptive ProductGross World Product) dad noticed that through history only energy and technology have advanced the whole human race. So economists advising nations to worry about world trade debt are in a right old muddle they should be advising such nations to be concerned as to why dont other nations trust you to invest in youth given collaboration technology has never been so abundant. However energy and tech also compound risks if we do not transparently respond to change ahead of its consequences. It is now obvious that we have over-used carbon energies putting all sorts of natural capital at risk. Investing in solar energy and progress towards zero waste needed to be the number 1 quality drive of the turn of the century led by richer people- to the exent we continue to ignore our tardiness. we exponentially increase risk of all our children's children's extinction. Banks, hi-trust public service leaders, do (no) evil professions have also spun viciously against the human race's needs in their superpower rush to go global. We the peoples need to be grounded- we urgently need to transform to post-industrial age's next 3 billion jobs invested in bottom up and open. The creative possibilities of job creating education (see eg models world's number 1 job creating university) are probably our last chance to get back to 2010s being worldwide youth's most productuve time and this will require changing the way mass media popularises heroes and getting foundations to invest in social imoact of youth cros-culturally. Healthcare and nutrition are basics rights of children and we believe anywhere that wants to celebrate families without whose thri=ving communities no place can grow. We chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk welcome debates of how to audit these trilljion dolar purposes so that economists help expoentially map the futures that most people want instead of destroying these futures the way that errant macroeconomists have this last quarter of a century. Let's identify what gamechanger can transform any global maret whose purpose is currently spinning agianst what peoples want most.

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    Help us link the logical and practical breakthrougths that Entrepreneurial Revolutionaries have made sinc 1972 in mapping the futures peoples want most

    ER's Logical breakthroughs

    1972 The Economist's Next 40 years - catalogued right old muddles that macroeconomists had accelerated since world war 2 - pointing out that sacricicing capital's savings for next generation to balance of trade numbers would be the greatest fatal conceit given 2010's opportunity to invest in youth linked by million times more collaboration tech than when man raced to moon

    1976 Entrepreneurial Revolution - called for change of all the world's largest organisational models if they were to have a chance of elading the 13 trillion dollar global markets to the most trueted human purposes

    1975-1978 celebrating -1 2 - asian-pacific-worldwide century 1976-2075 - thanks to japan happy win-win-win models all of asia's under-employed could look forward to entrepreneurial lifetimes and NW hemispheres can respond to this in win-win ways if we we map back the coming of million times more collaboration tech

    1982 pointed out the good fortune that almost every innovation in service economy starts with small teams ddicated to many years of experimenting until a frnachise is ready for replication

    1984 the first book of the net generation - and maps of next 3 billion jobs to invest youth in co-producing round the most exciting millenniu goals 

    ER's practical gamechanger

    Youth investment banking version 1 Bangladesh from 1976; version 2 bringing mobile connectivity to 100000 village banking hubs from 1996; emerging now cashless banking- the last chance peoples will get to decide who starts of currency's value chainss  - discuss at ning on BRAC and on grameen -also help charter thegrameenbank.com

    we aim to map emergence of the most practical networks of www.trilliondollaraudit.com , with your help

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    most exciting newspaper journalist of last 75 years - believe my dad was - download leaftet on norman macrae - since he died in 2010 I search as hard as anyone for a modern contender!
    almost from adam smiths first words came the warning - keep economics free to be all the peoples subject  - not a few top-down experts- Today's nightly news is being monopolised by experts in destroying youth's futures - this web welcomes ideas on how to return democracy, youth and diversity to economics, but norman also suggested a simpler way may be to choose one practice area (market sector) whose future you are passionate about questioning- what could its most exciting purpose be for the whole human race to unite round co-producing? chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk
    Most Exciting Pro-Youth Purpose  Case - you tell us rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk
     Most Exciting Investment Banks The 2 Bangladesh Banking systems representing 15 million poorest village mothers  -download norman's last article (2008) on how to learn from hi-trust banking so as to prevent quintuple dip recession thru 2010s
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     Interface - even a carpet manufacturer can profitably lead by planning to get to zero carbon footprint

    wholefoods- promotions most loved by employees mainly create a doubling of million jobs supported in developing world every 4 years thanks to al at http://wholeplanetfoundation.org

     Most Exciting Universities

     Highly resourced MIT - greatest job creating alumni network in world

    Lowly resourced - south africa free university movement of mandela partners organised by www.taddyblecher.com

     Most exiciting broadcaster www.africa24tv.com searching 40 industries and hi-trust industry leaders african continent needs to be self sufficient in
     Most exciting economic models Japan - created most win-win models of world trade ever seen including revolution in manufactiring quality and start up of whole asia pacfific region
      
      
      
      
      
      
      
      
      
      
      
      
      
      

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    How MIT alumni produce more jobs and wealth than all but 10 nations http://normanmacrae.ning.com/forum/topics/mit-and-norman

    How 1200 youth have started brainstormiong job creation in georgia- a modle replicable in every state http://www.usg.edu/social_business_microcredit/judges/ http://www.ofcvc.org/ofcpromo.html

    Will the last of 15 years of microcreditsummits led by educator sam daley harris save Europe from Macroeconomic collapse http://www.microcreditsummit.org  http://microcredit.tv

    Selection of youth's 30 most prodyctive projects of 2010s http://worldeconomist.net

    Selection of 100 leaders most helping youth make 2010s most productive decade ever http://yclub100.com

    help map/ identify each capital's most exciting yoiuth productivity portal - paris www.danonecommunities.com new york www.singforhope.org ...

     

     

    Beliefs of Entrepreneurial Revolutionaries as codified in Norman Macrae’s 1976 Survey in The Economist

    Beliefs were grouped into 2 categories: general economics, specific crises that 3rd quarter of 20th Century spun

     

    General Economics beliefs of ER

    1 There are 2 opposite types of economics- those designed to develop future productivities of peoples and places, and those that disinvest in our children’s children – Source Reference Keynes General System Theory

    2 By definition entrepreneurs are concerned with economics and innovations that advance the productive lot of our children;s children – Source Reference Coining  of the word entrepreneur by French goals of liberte, egalite, fraternite : human right  access to assets of productivity around 1800

    3 Joy of Entrepreneurial spirit flourishes when taught and mediated as non-political and cross-cultural. Essentially, investing in children’s children has been the value that has so far made the human race nature’s smartest evolutionary species – Source front cover of The Economist Xmas Issue 1976: Left is Right is Centre. 

    Crisis Opportunities Arising from Economics 3rd Quarter of 20th Century

    A During this quarter century the west leading nations became accidentally dominated by economists focused on disinvesting in youth’s futures

    B Every major type of organisational system now (1976) has embedded into it threats to the future sustainability of communities as well as positive possibilities

    C The exciting challenge of the 4th quarter of the 20th C will be a New Capitalism – redesigning partnerships between organisational typologies to value multiply their entrepreneurial positives – Reference: New Capitalism was slogan subtitle of The Economist survey

    D Its urgent that we change economics ahead of the greatest change generation – the coming internet generation

     

    Many subspecies of entrepreneurial revolution network have emerged around these principles. We are always interested in registering specific goal-oriented subnetworks but here are nine worth young entrepreneurial people –and those wishing to invest in youth’s heroic goals - having a first look at. The three in the right hand columns involve changing economic methods that Norman inputted into until 2010

    Social Action Entrepreneur – The Economist 1843

    Intrapreneur service economy  empowers entrepreneurial productivity thru projects and franchises 1982

    Journalists for Humanity Entrepreneurs – relaunched with Norman 1989

    Social Business MicroCommunity Entrepreneur - Bangladesh 1976

    Net Generation Entrepreneur – debated in 1984 book 2024 report

    Valuetrue Entrepreneurs for network economics – calibrated around Unseen Wealth and intangibles crisis researchers 1999

    Privatization Entrepreneur – Best practice Bangladesh since birth of nation

    Global SB Partnering in Youth Entrepreneurs most heroic goals –paris-dhaka 2005

    TrillionDollarAudit Entrepreneurs- response to too big to fail macroeconomists merged through 2000s

     

    2008, YEAR FC01

    During the first week of jan08, I was hugely privilieged to meet Dr Yunus in Dhaka while he was launching his book on how Future Capitalism can end poverty and united the win-win-win networked world in the most productive era for humans. This book provides maps (integrating open auditing tools) that 100000 Bangladeshi micro-bankers and other sustainability investors have used over the last 30 years to compound  the most purposeful service organisational systems ever seen. Real systems matching my father's optimist 1980s maps in The Economist of Intrapreneurs and Sustainable Local integration into Global.

    My first question to Dr Yunus : I know that between 1997 and 2007 microcreditsummit became the best for the world network yet seen- how big do you wish FC networks to be? He said 10 times bigger ...pause if banking is what makes 10% per cent of the world go round, how about health, clean water, education, clean energy... I realised I asked my first naive question. Question 2: ok so I have bought 1000 FC books - who could make best use networking round your MICROplanet maps? Click the slide on the right to see our work in progress 


    Future Capitalism : carbon negative economies - Grameen Shakti - time for microenergysummit

    Help wanted in designing a Social Business IQ Test-

     Context- critical to FC vocbulary is "Social Business". SB is a very specific open source model- I dont love its name but this arose because Jeff Skoll invited Dr Yunus to share his knowhow with worldwide networks of Bill Drayton's social antrepreneurs. Dr Yunus found that the core system competence of entrepreneurial prodictivity -businsss modelling sustainability (compound consequence and scaling up through open collaboration) were missing. So as to invites as many ashpkans as possible to collaborate with 30 years of Bangladesh microentrepreneurs, he helped coin the phrase social business entrepreneur

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    Sustainable Globalisation will require end of poverty- doing this will need a Nobel Laureate to inspire the world to search ouyt 30000+ replicable community rising projects
    World Entrepreneur Rankings tend to cluster geographically and by system as collaboration entrepreneurs need to value multiply each other's goodwill networks
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    Benchmark for pro-youth banking revolutions
    World First Mpesa -consequences worldwide cashless banking models reach brac and global banks with values
    World First Nanocredit -consequences opportunities of mobile billionnaires to lead greats social valuation innovations (eg women4empowerment)
    African world first Kiva (Zip) (peer to peer lending models also change student direct connections)

     

    Netgen Benchmark for youth direct world trade
    World Benchmark IHUB
    Ushahidi software of IHUB
    Acumen Gravity of Patient Capital

     

    Death of distance Life's greatest app labs
    Africa's first satellite's apps -from disaster prevention to elearning
    First mobile billionaire invests in Public servant leadership - cf pope and jim kim count on me
    Africa24tv - takes on most purposeful role of broadcast tv -

     

    Openedu greatest value multipliers local-global
    Bridging Literacy Education -Bridges Academy
    Orphans as world class developers of financial literacy curriculum -link India's aflatoun
    Ihub natural link of 1 coding khan-ac, 2 missing mooc, 3 branch partner of free university curricula

     

    Twin ends purposeful value exchanges- 10-win p*d
    US=AF diaspora development value chains
    Blessed coffee cooperative servants
    Sister city mayors aa - elearning tablet

     

    4 hemisphere open source youth
    African at ITU bridge to women4empowerment
    African millennials at epicentre of un milellenial goals
    African millennials at epicentre of (jim kim) 2 defining social movements of netgen

     

     

     

     

     

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    Digital age Pro-youth banking models & regulations open up urban-youth microfranchises
    4 Word First- Jamii Bora Banking End Slum Youth Community Regeneration
    For those who value the microeconomics hypothesis that a place can only sustain growth across generations if capital (community banking) structures family savings to invest in next generation's productivity, Jamii Bora is the benchmark model for urban contexts. Its emergence at the time when it was first possible to digitalise all the record keeping of banking put Kenya in the worldwide vanguard of all banking models that leveraged digital age's 10 to 100 times lower cost and higher quality customer transaction systems. And led to Kenya's ihub a model incubation space for open soricing digital wotld trade apps incubated by a nation's wizard youth technologists. In terms of global job-creating structures, when George Soros says the subprime and other meltdowns of global banking systems require rethinking of economics from bottom-up, these 2 contributions to the purpose citizens need to demand of economics and financial markets offered immediately prior to Obama's inauguration are pivotal: The culture of Jamii Bora (Happy families identity) emerged from the most positive family sprit of foster mothers and orphans confronted by the extreme innovation challenge of slums surrounding Nairobi. Just as an Indian street orphanage has become the epicentre of the most relevant worldwide financial literacy programs in primary schools, Jamii bora offers lessons for all 21st C youth entrepreneur curricula from age 11 up.
    10 times lower cost of mobile loans/savings transactions
    Laddered Loan Amount and peer apprecticeships –later adopted by brac in africa particularly girl effect peer apprentices
    Peer youth trust- end gangs
    Jamii Bora and family health insurance and wellbeing programs
    Jamii Bora and Green Urban Regenarion

     

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    Rwanda model rural health economy
    PartnersH innovation f total pharma value chain for hiv
    Net Innovation from abuse of mothers to motherless orphans
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    Negropronte founder of the lab for exploring new media’s value chain transformations, and $100 elearning networks
     
    Ecoystem for extremely useful entrepreneurs and engineers and practical sci (grounded in social fiction, and millennials collab goals)
    Sloan management school – founder of each lab have entrepreneur competion
    Research of how mit alumni networks create more jobs/startups than any other source- by atracting more patient capital and above zero-sum modellers
    Square mile walk round kendall metro- more hq of future sectors than anywhere= magic’s apprentice
     

     

    Open edu worldwide defining maps and spaces
    Open edu of all curriculum
    Edx versions of coursera
    Co-partner in reclaiming our learing partbnerships – ito intersection of learning and new media lab

     

    Access and youth animation of mobile’s leading edge experiments
    Mobile phones in villages
    Digital architectires for cashless banking
    Journal of open innovations 

     

    Best for youth 4-hemisphere partners:
    Deepest and most sustaining mentors and investors
    Deep cultural partners –abdul latifeee networks
    Legatum networks
    Lemelson & MIT100k partners – students own three-in-one year: pitches, accelerating, starting up 

    Labs for life-changing apps
    Other best for world labs and apps beyond new media and student exploration:
    Medical
    Energy
    Development and poverty

     

     

     

    MIT
    Kim’s connections with boston change
    What Soros (open soc & global village economics) planted: 1 boston, 2 saffrica, 3 europe east
    How youth co-creative labs fused with pro-poor banks : Bangla, Kenya
    How open education fusion of every missing action-solution netgen can value multiply
    EDU Explores Open Everything: MIT linkedin www youth’s Entrepreneurial Revolution labs
    3 MIT ITO
    search out how technology’s networking maps netgen’s defining exponentials of 10 times more productive livelihoods for all
    sustainability system design compounds 10 times more human productivity aligned with nature’s bottom-up and open design rules (valuetrue micro’s exponential maths of von neumann and einstein
    Von Neumann’s multiwin-network innovations into action:
    Borderless planet
    System of systems must minimise compound risk at boundaries- end externalisation professions
    Nature’s valuation rules bottom-up and open
    Collab as defining innovation of net generation
    Smartest open edu media- every way opposite to ad age dumbest media
    Without MIT we’d miss:
    The greatest job creating alumni network in world
    Media labs of every way open expert leadership searches market purposes linking 10 times more worldwide
    productivity for net generation instead of 10 times more cost
    Jamii Bora and family health insurance and wellbeing programs
    Jamii Bora and Green Urban Regenarion

     

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    2014.06.01

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    WorldEntrepreneur.Net Picks the following books
    *2012 Krugman -End Depression Now 
     
    ***** 2008 Creating a world without poverty - social business, Future of Capitalism, Muhammad Yunus
     
    ****  1997 Banker for the Poor , Muhammad Yunus
    *** 1984 "The 2024 Report - a concise future history of whether globalsiation ended poverty in time", Norman Macrae

    Books in Testing

    Turning chapter 1 of Future Capitalism (Yunus SB Book 2008) into a whole book on how all 20th century system failed to be measurable to ending poverty - team leader Modjtaba Sadria

    Trillion Dolar Audting - Which Global Markets Sectors are Responsible for Trillion Dollar value exchanges, What is the most exciting human future we could design each of tehse markets around ?

     

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