microeducate and microfranchise 3 billion jobs

Norman Macrae -The Economist pro-youth economist -bravo sir fazle abed & jack ma

call for microeducation summit - round 1 jan to march 2013

March 25 to 27 in Dhaka will review progress made so far and explore with sir fazle abed ways he wants BRAC 1 2 to be involved both with Microeducationsummit and MOOC. February will mainly interview students and leaders in MIT. January has started with linking in relevant alabama student projects associated with Yunus 4th state sb competition - next stage of this network's convergence is annual celebration of over 1000 HBUs ofcvc April Atlanta -see round 2. MOOC content areas being priotritised during round 1 1.1 connect nurses mobil1sed as 21st C most trusted grassroots information networkers, and nutrition, food security, organic foods; 1.2 financial literacy and pro-youth economic models; 1.3 open and green technologies

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A project of Norman Macrae Foundation is to help collaborations around the action of microeducationsummit being pivotal to post 2015 milennium goals (the most heroic co-productions of the net generation) and job creation everywhere. A map first plotted in 1984 book The 2024 Report - on why not the net generation being worldwide youth'smost productive , collaborative, sustainabe and heroic time?

below we publish example correspondence - please note this is fast flowing - any ineas on how to join in so that collaboration entrepreneurs can unite 100 leaders of 2010s -youth's most productive decade are always welcome

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John Mackey of whole foods has launched his book linking in conscious capitalismpartners and how wholeplanetfoundation inspired by bangladeshi microcredit including yunus and abed. january newsletter of WholePlanetfoundation introduced BRAC like this:

Big Isn’t Bad: How BRAC is Quietly Creating Opportunity for Millions

From humble beginnings in Bangladesh, the global anti-poverty giant BRAC has grown into the world's largest – and some say most effective – nongovernmental organization. BRAC uses a holistic approach to development, with a wide array of tools including microfinance, healthcare, education, legal services, and more.
Known as one of the world's best-kept secrets among those fighting to eradicate poverty, BRAC represents a new approach to development. It is one of the few large global nonprofits with origins in the developing world, and today it is spreading solutions born in Bangladesh to 10 other countries.
The Economist recently called BRAC "the real magic of Bangladesh." The organization touches the lives of an estimated 126 million people worldwide, including about three-quarters of all Bangladeshis.
Today, the shift from aid dependency toward self-sufficiency is spreading. Investments from partners like Whole Planet Foundation are needed to lay the foundations for long-lasting change.
(Pictured above: BRAC’s founder, Sir Fazle Hasan Abed, with His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama.)


Hidde i will try to phone tuesday 6.30am my time that's 12.30pm your time -unless i hear that you prefer another time

agenda on my side:

zasheem and i have set up in diary of sir fazle abed 25 and 27 march in dhaka to discuss how brac can lead massive open online curriculum - MOOC is the latest gamechanging version of open education -eg reviewed in end year edition of The Economist; fits with brac serving over 50000 schools ie already being a master of curriculums as well as sir fazle desire to ensure the knowhow and relationships he has built over his lifetime are transferred; additionally we are seeing if sir fazle will lead the call for a post 2015 summit to be called microeducationsummit, ie to make education at least as central as banking since that seems to me what the bangladesh revolution as investment in developing next generation was about;


when sir fazle was kind enough to celebrate my father's remembrance at a party with japan ambassador in dhaka last march he also explained how he wanted to complete flows through all grades 1 to 18 of the educational value chain - brac being deeply situated in some parts but not in the whole as far as job creating empowerment of youth goes- so there is also the opportunity to map partners in the same complete job creatin edu chain vision as sir fazle's; also linking together networks that began in orphaages but who are now also hubs for youth banks or youth education leaders is something to do while sir fazle can help celebrate such convergence- zasheem is talking to our frinds in parise who compere to see whether they like the above flows


obviously financial literacy at all ages is a curriculum - and the one you are central to but which may extend massively as brac's cashless bank becomes reality; understanding how you see overlap between aflatoun, mooc and microeducationsummit , brac , brac's connections as lead connector/inspirer of qatar's wise summit is what I would like to chat about


we are also trying to linkin first movers of the above sorts of ways of helping net generation regain web as smartest job creating media ever, instead of ad media which is most ways spins the exact opposite impacts



chris macrae

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chris- what's the rest of your first 4 month calendar or action focus look like chris?

there remains an aim to make april a colaboration month where we hand out in obama's 2.1 dc massive youth invitations - even if UDC event on 13 april doesnt become the major platform

eg naila is on board of a charity that provided healthcheacks for 5000 dc families all in one  day -  in principle this gathering can also be used to handout leaflets of most relevant projects ; i am talking to digital inclusion team in dc mayors office as that seemed to be the main lead udc day announced

prior to that at the end of march in dhaka, sir fazle will lead a brainstorming on how to make sure education never gets left out of microcreditsummit ever again, and to start this off what the first 15 years of microecreditsummit could have openly shared as knowledge of valid models will be turned into a mooc =Massive Open Online Curriculum. as will parallel life critical micronetworks - eg mobilising nurses as number 1 grassroots info networkers of 21st C- interesting obama's broadband grant to clinton's arkansas is being used for mobilising such a vision too


From: Chris Temple To: christopher macrae <> Sent: Sunday, 20 January 2013, 21:41 Subject: Re: dear naila celebrating links between 5 greatest yunus prize student solutions Re: dear jim -why sir fazle is youths most economic liberator in 2013 (170th year of ending capita abuse of youth)..
I might be in SF during those conferences. Not sure if I will be able to make them, but will look into it! Hope all is well
Chris wrote:
naila, and friends - as part of mit month I am meeting new coordinator of yunus prize at mit on or before february 19 which is the next stage of the year long mit100k competitions - lots in flux there as the 2 student ceos rotate after 2 years of managing the competition - their linkin metworks are to die for and opefully at lest one of them will want to share with sir fazle and yunus
while judging mit100k development track, i decided to sponsor the 2 projects the other judges most neglected including the first youth investment bank of worldwide crowdfunding and the lady who wants to do most for moocs out of vietnam so will be getting debriefs of thse live
naila- i am writing to you to ask about contacting laura now she has moved camp from centre of yunus competition to centre of quadir networks- will you be talking to her before february 19 or should I make contact
naila - also do you know mark -he's an australian out of la who aims to connect massive bottom-up funds for middle east, and was a judge at NC's yunus competition where ryan's team won for their focus on youth funnding and a worldwide sanitation project came second- i believe mark should meet your russian american who's epicentre of us peer to peer youth lending and all of us ought to decide whether we are going to linkin to john mackeys (whole foods and conscious capiatlism) 2000 person summit out of sanfrancisco in early april -
I wonder if mackey knows yunus has just opened up new grameen branch there-he seemed very happy about that when we chatted on friday at bhuiyan's super conference out of tuskegee uni - what a place for being the usa's meta-hub of poverty university - founded by a slave started roung a girls school becomeing the soul of hbuc networks
amd with the most brilliant dietic students and nutrition curriculum anyone could dream of meeting
i will send a letter to mackey updating on that and other yunus student projects that might interest him most since last conscious capitalism summit i attended

Conscious Capitalism 2013 - April in San  Francisco

FridAy,  April 5th
Elevating Humanity Through Conscious Business:  Leaders Share Insights
Nob Hill Masonic Center  (capacity 2,000)
SaturDAy,  April 6th
Applying the Principles of Conscious Capitalism,  Every Day
Intercontinental Hotel (capacity 500)
thanks chris

click pic - help us search out MOOC (Massive Open Online Curriculum) that empower net generation youth to be 10 times more productive now that we have a million times more coaboration tech than when man raced to the moon half a century ago

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