Norman Macrae -The Economist pro-youth economist -bravo sir fazle abed & jack ma
This briefing is organized around 4 levels - each also poses one urgent question to anyone alive and pro-youth in 2013
1 an introduction to humanity's most valuable curriculum- main question if you know an even more valuable curriculum : what is it?
2 why the next 2 months to 1 November 2013 are the most urgent time after spending most of the last 13 years - and particular the subprime era of the last 5 - losing touch with the deep integrated connections that built this curriculum from 1972 (which coincidentally was when The Economist first started the genre of Entrepreneurial Revolution - would we design the next 40 years round making 2010s net generation youth most collaborative and productive time?)
-main question what sorts of movements are left who can make sure the next 60 days doesn't lose touch?
3 more detailed examples of the practical gamechangers that we could be freeing millions of youth to be networking now - which of these do you personally know someone who has an interest in saving -how can we collaborate in linking them in
4 a diary of failed attempts to get usual suspects to do anything more than lobby for funds instead of making sure an open educational curriculum is sustained -question what more evidence do you need for entrepreneurial revolution's simplest value- if you want your place to grow never ever let political systems spe...
This is the most valuable curriculum that entrepreneurs have actioned over the last 40 years. If you don't live in a developing country - one that needs to focus these kinds of goals- then what you need to know is that there is a correspondence between:
pro-poor entrepreneurial revolution
pro-female entrepreneurial revolution
pro-youth entrepreneurial revolution
in particular if you want your nation;s next generation to be fully employed with good jobs- ones that make your nation a leader in the main growth sectors of the 21st century then this curriculum is as fundamental to achieving this
On 1 November 2103, Bangladesh starts the most dangerous elections quarter of a year in the country's history. Have we learnt anything from Bangladesh to Egypt in helping keep the future of youth's productivity free from such old peoples [power games as choosing for 5 years between one-dimension polarized parties? As you reflect on this question, note that the curriculum the world needs to free are known by a 74 and a 78 year old man- who are quite exhausted by guarding the world's number 1 entrepreneurial revolution curricula as well as keeping their nations safest banks in trust for pro-youth mothers) out of the firing line. Can we help these 2 men and the 18 million village women their grassroots networks with on the ground peacebuilding which is exactly the opposite process from the global news headlines rhetoric the world's biggest top-down systems big brother over all of us. Can we at the very least start moocing this knowhow for millions of youth to viralise?
the pro-youth entrepreneurial revolution curriculum is as fundamental to spending peoples worlking lives on progressing humanity's most valuable futures out of any nation
as ending the opposing system spin -that of anti-youth systems (such as sub-prime banking and pretty well everything mastered or regulated out of Washington dc during 2000s)
question 1 why do we only have 2 months left to bend the curve of yes peoples can all unite round celebrating net generation as most productive tome to be alive
and sub question why Washington dc is the capital at most risk possible of never feeing this curriculum?
our research movements on the ground include consciouscapitalism dc and student entrepreneurship prize networks are now in place year round - every university year
subquestion - do you belong to a citizen movement that wants to explore more about these concerns?
in the 40 years that banaglesh has been inviting entrepreneurs to come and benchamr its innocations, have any taken the knowhow back to their country or local region and demonstrated its pro=youth comound impacts
-examples china's creditease
Kenya's African silicon valley
cases you are missing include the educational gamechanger that can make healthcare more affordable and accessible everywhere instead of the posite system design which is spinning anywhere our curriculum isn't know about
how the missing curriculum leads to thriving carbon negative and food secure economies; Bangaldsh has show how a bank for the por can install rural electrification - one million soar units , with an installation base on a moores law doubling every 2-3 years; owever if you collaborate openly around solar and photosynthesis you will find its also the solution process to clearing up dirt- the only way japan is going to effectively clean upits nuclear footprint depends on outing ists brightest collaborative minds on this sort of clean science
how cashless banking can be integrated with a financial literacty curriculum at every grade including an 1 plus of how economics and community-grounded banking is related to youth's interest in what futures are possible
curricula of top 10 goodwill postcards from developing world inspired by nation of bangladesh's first 42 years
General Post 1
4 example of failure extracts of diary 2013
in april yunus says this at skoll and we ask head of usaid if this is an interesting topic ahead of that organisation's first global education conference
he says yes an his education proactioners will follow up but they never do
this town dc fundraises and lobbies - its experts don't even question whether they are still lobbying for a solkution - this disease is worst among thise who claim they are social , offereing aid, world banking to end poverty- when even these peoples decisionmakers have become trapped in greenwashing, what hope ios there for freeing curriculum of the higehest entrepreneurial revolution quality? especially when the cross-cultural inability of washingtin dc is its other ivory tower syndrome of people who walk and talk with their hads in the ground not in gthe global vilages where 100% of all youth are born
General Post1 of 10 ways Bangladesh aged 42 saves the world
help welcomed in in improving this postcard's write-up
Ending Nurseless Villages with the Grameen model of Nearly Free Nursing College
The Grameen Nursing College is a best for the world model for development of health services in developing nations wherever there is a scarcity of medical knowhow and/or a lack of access to health services in rural or poor communities
Because of the way that Grameen has developed hundreds of thousands of village centres owned by and serving village mothers across Bangladesh, it is able to design the most sustainable and joyful benchmark for a nearly free nursing college
Nursing is a dream job for many village girls
Grameen's secondary scholarship scheme for its 8 million members' daughter enables it to track the best applicants for the Nursing College in terms of hard workers who want to return and help develop rural health
There can be no better investment for a girl power foundation than investing in creating trainiing and jobs of nurses
Ever since Grameen brought mobile phones to the villages in middle of 1990s it has been searching out mobile medical apps as the most exciting social buseenss partnering focus of open technology wizards and leading technology corporations
In developing the Grameen Nursing college, Grameen has found that the world's best trainers of nurses often love their knowledge to have the greatest benefit possible- nurses in developing countries save lives especially of mothers and infants. They are a number one explainer of increasing life expectancy
The case for Grameen Nursing college was so compelling that it has been launched before any massive training of community healthcare came online at platforms like khan academy. Just think what partnerships between those most passionate to end nurseless villages can now scale all over the world
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