microeducate and microfranchise 3 billion jobs

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

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hi everyone connecting North Carolina Celebrations on 27-28 sept

just an idea wanted to bounce between us in case it resonates - longer-term I am fascinated to see if we can connect networks across events and projects whose best nominations will always come from students most passionate purposes  but where as entrepreneurial  judges or educators we can also see crises needing social solution lab experiments and collaboration infrastructures need to practically link together

its my current understanding that one convergence of mapping back the future of of these networks and continuing assessment of which student projects that start in one community are investment replicable in parrallel universities student network

CAN BE a new yunus inspired virtual university with real agricultural/tech etc labs  in state of alabama

the project that I would most like to add in 2012-2013 is to see if we could find the right way of apparoaching gabby douglas family so that she joined in atlanta at april  celebrations   in atlanta- for about 10 years now i have studied how emerging superstars get their lives ruined by the usual agencies and need a second avenue of mentoring and more customised university curriculum if they are to be heroes not just in their extreme sporting skill but for celebrating social and economic productivity and co-producing millennium goals across their generation -

whether there is some way that the alabama state system could be the first to offer her an advanced sports and youth community regeneration schoilarship is something you all will know more than me  - the mapping links between future university of poverty and stars is nicely bridged by what I know of the last 12 years of uniting 100+ historically black universities and the last 11 years of monica yunus work at -

having a local link to yunus family through monica in new york is something I feel all american forends of yunus joyfully celebrate


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during the paris millennium goal sumit networking week 16-20 sept 2012

is there anyone in your office my team and i can meet - i have some details questions like

3 whats sorts of jobs do your loans create - and do those in the same sort of practice area develop peer to peer support networks or even shared microfranchises
2 if young people in paris graduating from top universities want to see if their social networks can help adie or adie-like associates across europe- what is the first hotline piont of contact they can make
1 several of the associiates of the microfinance network spaces you have connected now represent their country at the banks with values network -is there anyone in paris who knows most about how these partnerships are linking in other than yourself and emmanuel- eg what are the hottest action project agendas of the values network- i know from several hours of personal discussion that in sir fazle's context cashless banking is the gameschanger but i am not sure if it is the first gamechange european youth need to get back to work
0 who can best help me edit this collaboration profile of how to link with your impacts on 2010s as youths most productive decade
i also have one question most to you - the brussels summitsat end of last year depended on successfully starting a portal of something where youth could report solutions they observed as up and runnining in one community anywhere in europe and worth visiting to see if they merited social impact bond replication - have you seen the eu do anything like that if so where do I look first either physically or virtually -in usa we have a silly problem that students have to present their solution observations to academia in competition formats before a few of the survivors get open assessment- if the eu had really committed to youth it would have cut out in-betweens like that - at least at a first level of virtual community searching - i worked at the eu's for several yars before bureaucrats took over - its so simple to launch a space hunting for social solutions if the eu would put their barnd behind it and actually encouraged the most genuine of youth's local solution hunts
I have to try and explain this to americanised people like sh who didnt get it at all when he hosted the world  summit inspain 2011 and who needs to get it before he networks ll across convergences 2015



M and N


M - suggest you try this at next yunus meetting in dhaka

its clear that first minute of any conversation switches him on or off in terms of how exciting the concept is

say that youth world banking (YWB) is looking for youth's 100 greatest partners because the goals we aim to achieve with the net generation in 2010s including co-creation of 3 billion jobs are too big entrpeneurially and expoenentially for any one leader or organisation

if he asks who some of the early partners are - say they are firstly coming from japan as YWB is the version of economics that  was mediated there for 30 years with a little celebration from my father

you can also mention a future of changing youth heroes group is being led out of new york,

and that a week of collaboration meetings on this topic will go on in poaris as fringe to convergences 2015

and that the billionnairess YWB wants to be in centre of green is SBS now that the london olympics and BBC have got to live up both to the sustainability promises and danny boyles 2 billion-person braodcast of the 3 revolutions londoners have most economic responsibility for connecting with worldwide youth - industrial, healthcare and web

and of course other cities are invited to mobiilise youth faster than Eurobanking and WallsStreets Prime can collapse the worlds


ps N - now is time to get back to key account leadrs of Yunus or YWB - which do you know well enough to brief directly and is c in dhaka up for helping?

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