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000 *Bangla Microbanks- Grameen and BRAC - the pro-youth economics significance of microbanks can systematically be audited to the extent that they turn value chains bottom-up. Born of the new nation of Bangladesh's extreme poverty in the 1970s, these banks lead the world in the the number of replicable microfranchises they innovate - catalogue of where to help develop this curriculum> Furthermore, since 1996 Bangladesh became the first place to attract partnership in mobile village solutions to all the most vital needs youth and families have to be sustainable

. Sector..

Pro-Youth Investment banking and sustaining intergenerational community development

of global village networking age

.. Gifting Nationality..

Bangladesh

. Notes
.. see BBC 20 minute interview for intro to Grameen bank click for more notes on how Bangldeshi microbanks of Grameen and BRAC became the net genheration's greatest collaborators in search for microfrancises
00 MPESA Mobile/Cashless Banking .... ...
. 0 *Grameen Kalyan.. . Health.. .Bangladesh.. . Notes
.grameen kalyan www.grameenkalyaninfo.org  -started from interesting question posed by Grameen Bank when it started to design microinsurance- if  -in the then world poorest 100 million person nation (of which a near majority may be children) you have next to zero health service infrastructure in rural Bangladesh what can you offer for $1 per month health insurance per family. .got everyone ever connected with grameen to start asking this question in early 1990s and accelerated this search once mobiles reached villages from 1996 on -more.

..1 * Grameen Energy -gshakti

.Clean energy, health.. .Bangladesh... .Exponential rising Success Factors (eg million solar installed doubling every 3 years) -depended on getting 1000+ engineers to live in villages  -massive logistics challenge only possible once engineers empowered by mobile phones another global village first of grameen with some financial help from Soros and knowledge support from Neville Williams whose own self franchise never quite inspired so many village engineers but was built pre-mobile age  - Grameen Energy is the most benchmarked case of the ashden energy Oscars  ...more..
2 * Grameen Nearly Free Nursing College.. ..Education, health. ..Bangladesh with some help from Scotland.. .14 years of experimenting with village mobiles convinced yunus that 21st C health depends on mobilizing nurses as most tristed grassroots information and service networkers. By establishing a real college, Grameen is also in pole position to edit nursing training on moocyunus- world's number 1 job creating and free online uni.. more
.3 * Aravind ending blindness.. ..Health. ..India with some help from worldwide Larry Brilliant.. .For microfranchises to be openly replicable they need to be their own simplest training module of what the service model does and doesn't We don't know of a more complete training specification than aravind's franchise which serves the best franchise for ending unnecessary blindness - very affordable, highly productive service team and network, high quality.. more
4 * BRAC Schools .Education. quality primary schooling starts at $32 per student year. ..Bangladesh.. .Started as rural Bangaldesh's (only) primary school network, BRAC now offers solutions to benchmark at every grade..Neither BRAC not Grameen would share the honors of world's number 1 pro-youth banking model without the massive rural reach of BRAC schools- youth educations being number 1 investment that 15 million village mothers made thanks to empowered to be income generating -BRAC is the most benchmarked case of the WISE education Oscars - more
Bkash by BRAC.. .Banking.. ..Bangladesh with idea support Nick Hughes.. ..Bkash is not just the benchmark for the cashless banking revolution but may be the only future youth have in countries where politicians have ruined the official currency - the greatest economic error of the 20th century as diarized by the IEA's first 100 Hobarts. Those pioneering primary curricula of financial literacy  (ag Aflatoun) also see Bkash as a fantastic future partner .. more
6 * Free University.by Blecher. .Education.. ..South Africa.. ...
7 * Khan Academy.. .Education.. ..Bangladesh expat living USA.. ...
8 * Jamii Bora www.jamiibora.org .. ..Banking &. ...Kenya, Sweden. .semi-urban youth's most exciting microbanking model- note unlike what Bangladesh had to build from scratch in 1972, Jamii Bora only started after all operations could be put on mobile phone and has used his community buying power to just-in-time save old knowledge hubs (eg missionary hospitals) from extinction - in 2009 Queen Sofia (of Spain and Greece) announced that up to 60 southern nations needed to understand JB curriculum more urgently than any other - more
9 IHUB and ushahidi... .Open tech and risk mapping.. ..Kenya.. ...
10 ILAB... .Open tech & risk mapping.. .... ...

format note - while we update mf100 - we are conscious of need to linkin top 100 MOOCwho. In the 2010s fast changing decade of open education, there are times when it is simpler to map a heroic microentrepreneur to mooc with than all the microfranchises their partners are collaborating around  (eg cashless banking or khan academy) opened up

 

legend: many microfranchises have virtually free training modules built in - asterisk used to denote this in table below  (eg grameen's first million members enjoyed a free 5-day 5-person training course in empowering women however illiterate their starting point - Paulo Freire's method being pivotal to this ) 

. Mref & Name..

 

000 *Bangla Microbanks- Grameen and BRAC - the pro-youth economics significance of microbanks is degree to which they turn value chains bottom-up and the number of replicable microfranchises they innovate - catalogue of where to help develop this curriculum

. Sector..

Pro-Youth Investment banking and sustaining intergenerational community development

of global village networking age

.. Gifting Nationality..

Bangladesh

. Notes
.. see BBC 20 minute interview for intro to Grameen bank click for more notes on how Bangldeshi microbanks of Grameen and BRAC became the net genheration's greatest collaborators in search for microfrancises
00 MPESA Mobile/Cashless Banking .... ...
. 0 *Grameen Kalyan.. . Health.. .Bangladesh.. . Notes
.grameen kalyan www.grameenkalyaninfo.org  -started from interesting question posed by Grameen Bank when it started to design microinsurance- if  -in the then world poorest 100 million person nation (of which a near majority may be children) you have next to zero health service infrastructure in rural Bangladesh what can you offer for $1 per month health insurance per family. .got everyone ever connected with grameen to start asking this question in early 1990s and accelerated this search once mobiles reached villages from 1996 on -more.

..1 * Grameen Energy -gshakti

.Clean energy, health.. .Bangladesh... .Exponential rising Success Factors (eg million solar installed doubling every 3 years) -depended on getting 1000+ engineers to live in villages  -massive logistics challenge only possible once engineers empowered by mobile phones another global village first of grameen with some financial help from Soros and knowledge support from Neville Williams whose own self franchise never quite inspired so many village engineers but was built pre-mobile age  - Grameen Energy is the most benchmarked case of the ashden energy Oscars  ...more..
2 * Grameen Nearly Free Nursing College.. ..Education, health. ..Bangladesh with some help from Scotland.. .14 years of experimenting with village mobiles convinced yunus that 21st C health depends on mobilizing nurses as most tristed grassroots information and service networkers. By establishing a real college, Grameen is also in pole position to edit nursing training on moocyunus- world's number 1 job creating and free online uni.. more
.3 * Aravind ending blindness.. ..Health. ..India with some help from worldwide Larry Brilliant.. .For microfranchises to be openly replicable they need to be their own simplest training module of what the service model does and doesn't We don't know of a more complete training specification than aravind's franchise which serves the best franchise for ending unnecessary blindness - very affordable, highly productive service team and network, high quality.. more
4 * BRAC Schools .Education. quality primary schooling starts at $32 per student year. ..Bangladesh.. .Started as rural Bangaldesh's (only) primary school network, BRAC now offers solutions to benchmark at every grade..Neither BRAC not Grameen would share the honors of world's number 1 pro-youth banking model without the massive rural reach of BRAC schools- youth educations being number 1 investment that 15 million village mothers made thanks to empowered to be income generating -BRAC is the most benchmarked case of the WISE education Oscars - more
Bkash by BRAC.. .Banking.. ..Bangladesh with idea support Nick Hughes.. ..Bkash is not just the benchmark for the cashless banking revolution but may be the only future youth have in countries where politicians have ruined the official currency - the greatest economic error of the 20th century as diarized by the IEA's first 100 Hobarts. Those pioneering primary curricula of financial literacy  (ag Aflatoun) also see Bkash as a fantastic future partner .. more
6 * Free University.by Blecher. .Education.. ..South Africa.. ...
7 * Khan Academy.. .Education.. ..Bangladesh expat living USA.. ...
8 * Jamii Bora www.jamiibora.org .. ..Banking &. ...Kenya, Sweden. .semi-urban youth's most exciting microbanking model- note unlike what Bangladesh had to build from scratch in 1972, Jamii Bora only started after all operations could be put on mobile phone and has used his community buying power to just-in-time save old knowledge hubs (eg missionary hospitals) from extinction - in 2009 Queen Sofia (of Spain and Greece) announced that up to 60 southern nations needed to understand JB curriculum more urgently than any other - more
9 IHUB and ushahidi... .Open tech and risk mapping.. ..Kenya.. ...
10 ILAB... .Open tech & risk mapping.. .... ...
11 Ibrahim foundation and Africa24tv .Mediating leadership transparency.. .Pan-Africa... ...
12 University of stars models since 9/11 led singforhope... ... ..Bangladeshi & Russian Expat living in New York.. .Mashup 3 ideas - a nation such as usa needs to sustain 2 million youth community peacemakers, the valuechain of superstar entertainers is the least free market in the world , budding superstars need highly customized education/mentoring if they want their lifetimes to have any impact beyond celebrity tripping.. more
.13*  www.Coursera.org .. .Education.. .... .Accidentally returned the core of the web to Berners Lee 199 start up- in a free knowledge economy anyone who can compile a 10 minute online presentation may offer the greatest training module millions of youth need to virally interact next.. more
14 * MIT .Education.. .... .we map this university's alumni to have mobilised more microfranchises smartest value multipliers than any 10 pay-for universities you might choose. it helps to have a digital media lab founded by negropronte, to have berners lee in residence, to be where the idea of ending villagers digital divides was conceived,  to have become the world leader in student entrepreneur competitions both socially envisioned and business-led, to have been longest into actioning open education-- and the square mile from kendall tube enjoys more future industry's r&d labs than anywhere in the known universe. truly Boston Strong .. more
..15 * Gordon Dryden www.thelearningweb.net. .Education.. ..New Zealand.. .Senior pioneer of internet changes education ..ideas celebrated by 10 million Chinese parents, and may be best seen as a living exhibition out of Singapore,,
.16 School in the clouds Sugata Mitra.. .Education.. .India... .Could you ever look at western history of schooling systems in the face again once you know of this?..
.17 * The Gandhi Family's School.. ..Education. ..India.. Kept Montessori so relevant to second half of 20th century that 50000 children in Lucknow share the Gandhi's curriculum - will the extraordinary knowhow of CMS.. be fully valued by those designing open education . more
18 Jack Ma- China's Digital Robin Hood ... .... .Jack Ma once invited Dr Yunus to celebrate the collaboration challenge of who would be next to create 100 million jobs- that's when Ma saw how his leverage over who owns what digital marketspace in china could help empower that - goodness what will happen when he gets into china's equivalent if the khan academy, but it will be smart to offer yunus a starring role ... more
19 Maker Faire... .Revalue value chains.. .... .Celebrating artisan skills - bridge this between community markets and community education selecting what generations of knowhow have made uniquely local..
20 * Free poultry market - by eg BRAC... ... ..Bangladesh.. ..Created 100000 jobs by redesigning value chain around 5 jobs each of which is celebrated with a reasonable income for smallest producers provide they are hardworking and meet microfranchise's quality
21.* Free dairy market by BRAC.. ... .Bangladesh... .Similar impacts to freeing poultry markets..
22 2013 Free Garment market ... .... .If the wprld doesn't seize opportunity to free bangaldesh garment workers from factory collapses killing 1000+ workers - then something will be very depressing in the way we communicate. Global accountants got all supply chains wrong in 1990s when they advised branded clients to quarterly lower cost irrespective of responsibility. It was never adam smith's idea of a free market that non-transparent supply chains would hide which fashionable images you are wearing made by killing co-workers.. more
23 * Free Communities hardest workers from loan sharks... The Grameen Bank -also at 00 where we look at Microbank infrastructure as part of the founding nation's development ... .Bangladesh... .While the idea came to Dr Yunus in one 1976 experiment, it took 7 years for his female founding partner Mrs N Begum to design both the 16 decision culture that village mothers wanted and to specify the job of the branch manager to care for 60 village centres of 60 women members a week  integrating their community market needs, knowledge development as well as their financial services -more..
.24 * Freeing childrens first 1000 days of health.. ... ..Bangladesh.. .In Bangladesh, 20% of infants died until the local presence of Grameen and BRAC shared the knowhow of oral rehydration, Of surviving infants many were night blind due to vitamin deficiency - the microfranchise solution - grameen bankers first non financial service selling small packets of carrot seeds with the result that each banking centre's franchise became twinned with a vegetable garden! ..
.25 * Freeing sanitation and safe roof over family's heads.. ... ...Bangladesh. .Grameen was awarded the aga khan prize of architecture for the least costly building structure ever designed to be monsoon and cyclone proof and to include a pit latrine..Well over half a million members participated in this franchise- it had an extra impact with Grameen insisting ownership of this franchise was a women's only right .more
26 * Seed science by BRAC freeing top 20 horticulture value chains a particular nation needs to free for bottom-up ... discuss does US get open crop science ... ...Bangladesh. .BRAC researches seed science that maximize crops for small farmers in Bangladesh with notable impact on value chains or rice and maize .more http://afsp.brac.net/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&... refer also Borlaug, Nippon Institute. currently usaid has major problem ofot having the deep contacts needed to do this country by country in www.feedthefuture.gov
.27 TGMP Turkey Grameen.. ... ..Turkey .. ...Over 50000 members http://aytenzturan.wordpress.com/2012/06/17/aziz-akgul-addressing-u...
..28 ADIE Europe's authentic microcredit. ... ..France.. www.adie.org founded by Maria Nowak is just about the only non-bank owned microcredit in Europe - loans have been made to 60000 enterprises that would otherwise have been unbanked .http://www.fininc.eu/efin-savings-working-group/members/adie,en,172...
.29 MasterCard scholars program _.. ... ..Africa.. ..While new, we believe this $500 mn partnership program has the right partners in youth investment to be worth watching . http://mastercardfdnscholars.org/partners/
30 The Chinese Restaurant (compared with the Mcdonalds)... ... .... .Whats common between these 2 worldwide formats is a food recipe can be replicated consistently so you can be anywhere and be served the same taste. However a Chinese restaurant configured around the open source wok can be an intercultural local economy builder whereas the Mcdonalds sucks profits out of localities to global owners. The supply chain of Chinese restaurant can help serve nutrition and local food security, the mcdonalds with its highly process foods cant - more
.31 wholekidsfoundation versus tragedy of us school lunch.. ... ... .why shouldn't the purpose of the school lunch be the most nutritious event in a child's day- an example of totally unsustainable misconception of how local government sees its role .more..
32 grameen DANONE micro-yogurt factory... ... ...

 

the good news is that 3d printing and other technologies are suddenly making it as economical to build thousands of microfactories as one big one- this can restore food security; and if the absurd carbon energy was fully costed would end the unneccessary thousand mile journies for many of the food supplies that could have been farmed next door... china knows it has to get microfactory experiments right to sustain its world leading economy- will other nations join this win-win more bottom-up world trade movement in time -more

.33 Twin society and business labs.. ... ... This revolution began in Bangladesh and was written up by the world bank here. Two forbideen questions it helps wayward 20th c economists answer are- how can you experiment with the millennium's goals greatest innovations unless you have a presence where the solution is most urgently needed; when you look at any society that is sustainable what per cent of intergenerational resources (eg nature, children, community goodwill and on-the-ground safety ,,,) are invested by "society"...
34 Conscious Capiitalism Benchmarking... ... ... ..This movement asks 2 of the most valuable questions ever to be posed. Which worldwide sectors enjoy the presence of a leader that thrives on networking the most sustainable human purpose the market could be free to share. Instead of wasting money on image advertising, how does one model so that at least 50.1% of the company's ownership is in trust to continuously improving the unique purpose most needed by lifetimes everyone impacted as knowhow producer or service demander .more on how microfranchise cases are integral to this movements innovation processes
35 Wholeplanetfoundation... ... ... Started by the upscale whole foods supermarket, this network hunts out opportunities to plant microfinance in communities where whole foods expects to have long-term sourcing relationships. This converges two opportunities. Food security so that locals however poor enjoy the same world class nutrition their locality is capablee of serving whole foods. Sorting out microfranchise institutions constituted around local sustainability not some global bankers pr campaign... more
36.bitcoin.. ... ... ..https://www.khanacademy.org/science/core-finance/money-and-banking/.... we include bitcoin as its an example of innovating decentralized infrastructure microfranchises need and this khan academy series beautifully maps many other converging jigsaw pieces and processes such as peer to peer
37 metahub : partners in health - see capacity training in haiti. ... ... out of boston and the social labs of mainly Haiti and Rwanda , paul farmer has ben changing how allocations of funds to global healthcare are used - instead of just valuing whether a funde acrtion achieved a narrow goal , use that money to build capacity recognising that there will always be a next global health crisis (tb, aids..) which farmer defines as being a communicative disase that we can only rid world of by serving rich and poor's opposite types of delivery solution..
38 metahub ceu - founded by soros in Budapest- probably the number 1 pro-youth university of a non online sort -will it join open edu partners in time?. -more ... ... ..

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39 treadle pumps illustrate many of the most subtle issues of microfranchise

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research ongoing for
branson bteam
kiva zip
nabardmakerfaire
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40 medecins sans frontier

41 partners in health

42 the humble pit latrine is an example of how basic microfranachises often need to be to cause a revolution - in this case sanitation in rural regions like bangladesh

43 jobs telecentres 44 nanocredit 45 last mile distribution services

46 rice

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Y12 Kiva and ZIP

In its original form, Kiva ia a curate's egg of a model - as far as we understand you are not exactly choosing who to fund but will be assigned a similar location/type of businesss

Kiva Zip has established the direct model but as yet the mian country that permits it is only USA

However there are 2 reasons why we believe Kiva (in spite of being work in progress) merits an entry in any world record job creation book

It just about invented the digitally scaled loan - and these days that links to future generations of crowfunding too

It helped many student networks to form their own lab and relationship with a developing world poverty community -the direct knowhow that students get from such action learning is second to none. Its not just students that Kiva has caught the imagination - see the International Bank of BOB. Its cultural tales of pockets of poverty all over the world is the sort of source that 21st C learning (and the race to become borderless citizens) urgently needs

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TB20 Primary financial literacy curriculum – eg Afaatoun out of Orphanages
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AFM36 Mara Foundation
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BOM53 innovations journal
BOM6 partners in health/brigham womens hospital
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BOM62 ypchronic
BOM63 GFH
BOM64 Haiti training hospital - connector of neraly free nursing college
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