microeducate and microfranchise 3 billion jobs

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

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What bottom-up system design can mobilize 3 billion new jobs of net generation as most productive, sustainable and collaborative time of worldwide youth?

The Economist spent a decade (1972-1982) hosting this inquiry. It concluded that the world (locally and globally) would need to celebrate competitions out of which 30000 microfranchises would need to be designed by the most collaborative and trusted entrepreneurial revolutionaries...

.What is Microfranchise? Microfranchises are interventions in (value chains of) collapsing market systems - ie they return communal freedoms to peoples (especially youth of net generation as beneficiaries of million times more collaboration technology than when man raced to the moon) to spend productive and happy lives by being focused on the most life critical services and knowledge flows that any sustainable community needs. Examples show that microfranchises are

  • led by the world's most valuable people in sense of doing the most human good
  • open source a solution so that most of the value being multiplied stays in the community which was otherwise at risk of losing its inter-generational capacity to sustain families

Where will the world's top 20 Youth IlabMicro blossom?

Dhaka? Yunus Centre creates a lab process capable of launching 100 youth concepts a year to stage 1



... Your region?

IlabMicro may be the best idea in the 30 years since the curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution started searching for microfranchises. The region's most trusted youth jobs creator hosts monthly parties where youth present design concepts

-stage 1 winners get a free stall in a busy market or youth space - for a week or two, at which they get a chance to prove the franchise or assemble service teams- those who survive to

stage 2 winners get the smallest amount of finance needed to prove the sustainability of the model ... the world's Ilabmicro share a blog on their progress

Even failed concepts may provide exciting peer to peer training modules in the khan academy type format ; IlabMicro also aim to be the most collaborative places on the planet- in most cases the student teams wants to generate jobs and offer life sustaining service in their community- if another youth network can largely open source the franchise they are happy- on that basis many of the world's best practice mentors lend their support; and the confederation of Ilabmicro either starts up its own youthworldbank (and potential e-currency) or seeks out the most patient and purposeful investors the planet can offer

Timeline: we trust world's top 20 IlabMicro will be ready for celebrating in Nov 2015- the date Atlantahas set for staging a youth jobs expo which connects more worldwide youth buzz than an Olympics. Its not that sportsman aren't invited to give back - join our university of starsfamily of models if you can bring a celebration to connect with net genration job creation

4 Examples -rsvp with microfranchise solution you love celebrating most
 1) In Bangladesh, the market for poultry was redesigned by BRAC around 5 microfranchise job descriptions so that the working lives of over 100000 poorest villagers could sustain a lead in the market. The invention that started this - a breed of chicken that lay more eggs than the scrawny chicken that villagers had access to. Being able to lay more eggs per bird made keeping chicken in the village a sustainable job. However these hard working chickens needed periodical innoculations (so thousands of jobs of :chicken-vet" were created). The 3 other job descriptions: breeding the super-chicken, marketing the surplus chickens beyond the village of production, developing chicken feed from land not fit for human crops
2) In India, a doctor wanted to use his life's knowhow to end unnecessary blindness. He designed a franchise aravind with the team efficiency of a mcdonalds but a cross-subsidisation model where wealthier people bought one cataract operation to give away two ops to those who couldn't afford it.
3) In Bangladesh, Muhammad Yunus designed a model where 10000 of the most financially competetent Bangladeshi's lived in the villages - each team served 60 groups of 60 poorest villagers a week building centres that connected 3 things in one- community market place owned by poorest, job training, financial service designed round freeing mothers to live a productive life.
4) In USA, tens of thousands of microfranchise jobs are being created each year around local food security and to bring back nutritional diets in the challenge to overcome the 2 extremes of adult obesity and child hunger


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