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Babai Stahe was borm to the untouchable caste in the village of Jawalke about 8 hours drive east of  Mumbai. Her childhood was spent caring for 8 siblings - not one day of school. At 10 she was married to an 18 year old husband who didnt want her. At her mother-in-laws she was regularly beaten. One day she ran away.

Today Babai is a respected and influential person, one of Jawalke's village doctors. She provides prenatal care, delivers babies, weighs new borns, takes blood pressures, and treats diabetes, pneumonia and skin infections. She teaches women in Jawalke how to cook nutritious food for their children, disinfect water, and avoid disease.  She has organsised campaigns to plant trees and vegetable gardens and to build toilets, and she has helped women to obtain small village loans. And she has been elected mayor of jawalke.more

resource links to world record job creators who most value human health: Jim Kim2030nowjimkim2transcripts.doc 2030nowjimkim2transcripts.doc, 40 KB Africanidol.tv - Did Young African Society launch the world's first collbaoration entrepreneur summit to kick off Obama's invest in Africa week?  Why not launch a Young Continent Society for every continent on October 7 and a Young www health society?


The free nursing college values empowering everybody in upgrading communal health in widest/deepest sense including nutrition, wellbeing, mobile tracking, designing health education from 3rd grade up, during last 2 yeras of anyone schooling designingp eer student networks of health, - celebrating how communities collaborate around health care on public television and through community banking/puddles for health microfranchises  (the rural homeland of the new nation of bangladesh from 1971 was built on the most local banking for health care netwoprks and primary vocational educational- if that could be done in the pre-digital days, why cant the whole world now linkin wherever local health services are scarce, disconnected or expensive)

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Dream partners in free nursing college: khan academy health, yazmi contentwide elearning satellite, world bank open learning campus, women4empowerment,, partners in health, BRAC in health, tokyo university collaboration alumni of global leadership program, grameen intel in health, larry brilaints future capital ilabs for freeing information and networking to prevent risks especially plagues, links between a future capitals ilab and all of its greatest open siyrce wizard youth technolgists, connecying any nobel peace leaureate who has a social action agenda of helath that youth can empower, connecting the health microfranchise solutions of every world record job creator, open society citizens united to demand the sacking any economist from government and any global management consultancy who cant explain their policy analysis in terms of exponentially sustaining community health ...all under 35 professional networks of health eg linked in by ghdonline ....

mobile connectivity can make the 21st c "nurse" every community's most trusted connector and collaborator and searcher

if you think this is optimistic we suggest it dpends:

will khan academy becomes as fa,ous for health education dashoboards as maths

will the world bank linkin every open learning cmapus video on helath to see which viralis rounds hunderds of millions of youth because they can action something with them

what if contiental wide elearning satellittes joined khan aacemy helath quest

will open source medic and mobile connectivity maximise on colaboration around basic knowhow - the exact oposite model to patenting drugs as expensively as possible

back in 1984 The Economist surveyed will we map millennials global vilage networking world by designing healthcace to be 3 times more expensive or 3 times less costly for everyone to access. When 7 billion humans have the opportunity to linkin round an exchange where costs vary by a factir of nine whole nations will fail their next generation if the wrong course is taken. That's why its time that post 2015 millennials' goals link in every young professioanl asociation around the challenge of the free nursing colllege whcih can also provide invaluable understanding of how to leapfrom 9 times more economoical for any service whose local distribution everywhere ultimately determines whether we are up for 2030 now goals of ending poverty and ending underemployment everywhere

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Babai Stahe was borm to the untouchable caste in the village of Jawalke about 8 hours drive east of  Mumbai. Her childhood was spent caring for 8 siblings - not one day of school. At 10 she was married to an 18 year old husband who didnt want her. At her mother-in-laws she was regularly beaten. One day she ran away.

 

Today Babai is a respected and influential person, one of Jawalke's village doctors. She provides prenatal care, delivers babies, weighs new borns, takes blood pressures, and treats diabetes, pneumonia and skin infections. She teaches women in Jawalke how to cook nutritious food for their children, disinfect water, and avoid disease.  She has organsised campaigns to plant trees and vegetable gardens and to build toilets, and she has helped women to obtain small village loans

 

And she has been elected mayor of jawalke.

 

Two questions to you before an explanation

 

1 Babai's life transformation came from very personal community networking in which she was apprenticed by a caring medical family. If that's what could be achieved in pre-mobile days, how much better could we be "social networking" today - (clue free nursing college - opportunity to create half a billion jobs for girls)

 

 2 There was never a pre-digital  microcredit worth trusting that didnt start with networks like those Babai found to support her. Why is this most fundamental lesson of hi-trust community banking censored all over the USA and Europe? If you dispute this look at eg www.valuetrue.com and retrace the story of what brac did for 11 years before Grameen Ordinance 1983. If you agree with this, help empower under 35s at world bank to get rid of any economists or bankers for the peoples - let alone the poor - who dispute this

 

How did Babai's change happen?

 

Babai become a member of a sisterhood of women recruited and trained to become health workers. in their village.  The Comprehensive Rural Health Project CRHP founded by a husband and wife team of India doctors in 1970 is based in the nearby city of Jamkhed. The program asks villages to recommend health workers from the most oppressed citizens on the theory that it is these women who will care most about the health of the poorest. About half are untouchables. that This  model is taught to ten of thousands of people who now visit Jamkhed from all over the world.

 

The first step for Babai was to go to Jamkhed for two weeks of training. There she learnt about the diseases most common in rural India and how to treat and prevent them. She learnt to deliver babies safely. Most importantly she learnt how to teach others in the villages about these practices, particularly where the new ideas conflict with childhood beliefs. Teaching Babai these skills is not as difficult or important as teaching her confidence- encouraging her as un untouchable to speak up and have something to teach.

 

Women who come to the training encourage each other. They make food for each other. They  learn to sleep under one huge blanket. After the 2 weeks, each woman spends a week in the village of a more experienced health worker. There the trainee watches her work and most importantly gains confidence that she too will some day be listened to and respected. Then the trainee goes back to her own village reinforced y a team of doctors, nurses and social workers who visit each village once a week. Women like Babai would continue to go Jamkhed every Tuesday to stay overnight.  Each week they study a new health issue -but just as important is strengthening the bonds with their sister village health workers

 

Although the program does not pay them for their work, they receive training and loans to start their small businesses. Each is now respected by her fellow villagers.


From: christopher macrae <chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk>
To: Iva Kaufman <iva@ivakaufmanassociates.net>; Marc Barasch <marcbar1@mac.com> 
Sent: Friday, 3 October 2014, 11:31
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Dear Ira
We are not a fundraising foundation
 
we search for investments and training that connects 10 times more wealth and health in line with over 40 years of my fathers work started at The Economist when we first did experiments with learning and net generation in the 1970s
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Finding collaboration spaces can be very easy where people accept that digital media and education and job creation connect- very difficult with the greenwashing and rival fundraising epidemic that one sees in usa
 
For example at the UN womens meetings there wasnt really one speaker I saw who came up with an ideas that every millennial could connect their separate ideas with even though they were presumably all connected by the same end goal
 
One of the collaboration compasses which failed and cost us quite a lot in money and ten times more in goodwill was a commitment to develop an open learning campus around a job creating curriculum of youth economics starting with yunus and adam smith scholars at glasgow university led by the principal of the university- which included a way to create half a billion girls jobs by making nursing/nutrition/clean energy adviser.being most trusted mobile searcher in community a literacy curriculum from grade 3 up. Now that i understand why sir fazle abed partners are up for this and yunus partners only intend to destroy this I can use my ability as a statistician to map who wants to join in. WE double chick leads by hosting remembrance parties to father in different hemispheres and with people nominated for the world record book of job creation and sustainable communities
 
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I spent the 1990s working at big 5 accountancy forms and ad agencies,  and working out every mathematical error regarding goodwill, transparency and sustainability exponentials. I have found nobody has the time to be interested in discussing this system challenge at mathematical level so its easier to draw out plug and ;play maps and see who wants to join in which



From: Iva Kaufman <iva@ivakaufmanassociates.net>
To: christopher macrae <chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk> 
Sent: Wednesday, 1 October 2014, 16:02
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Dear Chris,

Great to hear from you.  First, I have asked Marc Barash of Green World Campaign to contact you to discuss the Moringa project and ways in which you might be helpful to him in advancing his partnership with Newton in Guana.

Second, it would be wonderful to have you at the American Sustainable Business Council Summit in DC November 12-14. You can find the information on the website and register. I will set up a time for you to meet with our CEO or members of our policy team in DC when you are ready. Visit: www.asbcouncil.org

Lastly, is your foundation a grantmaking and/or operating foundation - or both - this would help me to better introduce you to others with whom you might collaborate.  Lets have a longer chat about thait at your convenience.

All the best,
Iva

On Mon, Sep 29, 2014 at 11:47 PM, christopher macrae a rel="nofollow" shape="rect" target="_blank" href="mailto:chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk">chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
Dear Iva
Nice being introduced to you by Naila at UN Global Womens event
I would like to follow up on several connections you mentioned -in particular I noted:
1 you mentioned (Andrew) a world expert on Moringa - I know this is a crop whose value chain women4empowerment wants to work with
2 If you have a suggestion of who I could contact at the American Sustainable Business Council - that's a group we would like to try and conne ct actions with
3 I think you mentioned a DC summit in November - do you have a bookmark or other contact I could make on that
many thanks
chris macrae

S&T tuesday - i find that I can now get to either silver spring or takoma metro by 6.15 pm on tuesday-can you confirm location then I can add on any time between location and metro to confirm ETA! thanks chris

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