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Right up to end of 20th C economics (and so if Keynes General Theory is valid the futures of global social value of human race) was designed by men for men-

WOMEN4 economics started to be a worldwide joy in 1996 when village mothers networks got the first opportunity to experiment in mobile connectivity - since then they have brought green energy to off grid communities; cashless banking to bankless communities; hundreds of millions of jobs training sustained by redesigning value chains round microfranchises,  more recently 90% of the caregiving needed to end ebola ..

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women4 is a major contributor to  partners in publishing world record job creation

other most exciting curricula searches by friends of 5 billion person elearning include:

community health training needed so ebola never spreads again

mandela extranet for 7th graders to co-create next million jobs

you tell us - chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

what should women4 be publishing in  Journal of Social Business

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The Broadband technology is prerequisite for building inclusive Knowledge Societies, especially in the developing world. Commending the work of The Broadband Commission and all its Commissioners.

'time away from business with president @[109613107281:274:PaulKagame]...'
'net neutrality is a hot topic'
'in thinking mode with my good friend the rwandan minister @[221631907993562:274:Jean Philbert Nsengimana].'
'about to start the 11th broadband commission meeting'
'just missed some of my colleagues'
POP=Preferential Option Poor
 
americas millnnials friends especially hispanic spaking
firstly  can I check- am I right in assuming that you are not coming to Panama 2nd week april for the greatest youth and leaders convergence event  - downloads of this and other americas catholic events that we can try to influence through dc are at americas best continent-wide youth processes of 3rd millennium the top link at this thread is to my fathers analysis of were the continent of americas had got to 50 years ago- i wish we had one chart nation by nation as to what as progressed and what has got worse for youth of that nation -if you know anyone who can help with that from one or more of your nations perspectives please say; maybe such a youth agenda by nation is something I could ask yazmi to help link to all millennials .
secondly, could you look at this mail sequence below
there are parallel gaps in everything in rome direction to and from americas
1 is there anyone at vatican who gets health curriculum is most urgent to share freely with 3 bn millennials.. and that faith's and health's greatest community servants need POP for same communal reason
1a is there anyone in your cluster of universities who gets this - or is health outside the range of the universities you represent
2a as last 7 days in paris shows its unesco, itu that are 2 un agencies that women4empowerment and athgo (eg its summit inside world bank in august; its personal relationships with both incoming china supremo of satellite use and outgoing african one) currently puts in play; I have no idea if michelle or anyone at last weeks chile womens principale event gets this or at next weeks UN NY Speakers - Women's Empowerment Principles;
 if you dont see what I mean then may i suggest a mobile chat with naila; equally almost all of atlantasocial business will be a side show at least as far as millennials hispanics compared to such questions as will laura turner get the right messages on which un wings her billion dollars has shaken up so that  Women4 and open tech youth can play; or will rome summit organisers go back from atlanta and change every way they share peace laureates and youths social movements while the franciscan spirit osmoses worldwide out of rome
 
3 there were connections that natasa could have been linking in independently of all the vatican stuff namely
open society soros connections -especially east europe sustainability - all but destroyed by the stupidity of brussels, and berlin and the corruption of swiss banking and basle's anti-youth currency rules (as well as sortos- walesa , gorbachev, albright and out of paris nowak are alumni networks to be in to ave any chnace of scaling against economics of haggard infertile grandmother)
nobel peace connections with health and women and how girls livelihoods are used
connecting campaign for rome 2024 olympics with what message brazil olympocs links to sustainability heroes
determining whether un hunger networks through ifad are ever going to join eg itu and fashion4development as un wings that are part of the solution or always going to be destroying milennials goals
at the moment the issues below appear to me to take up naila's diary so that there is little or no time for other approaches given the limited resources we individuals here ave- people like Naila and I dont have a home university or research groups like you do- we can only fix immediate gaps in actions
worse obama (whose is totally trapped by education unions and the most short-term of social media advisors) has only worsened how diaspora groups in dc run around like headless chickens confusing their youth (ruining their social action diaries - we are now many years being the social action chapter in yunus 2007 book)- stupid diaspora vanities muddled by each new politicians half truths or partisan conflicts (whose very distractions worsens sustainability's chances)
if any of this message merits further clarification pls ask me ; if you see how to explain any of it to natasha or antonio in terms of their next action plan or indeed any other catholic networks you are in the middle of please do
.. instead of the cia intelligence reports by nations - youth need to directly twin thei own analyses of who needs what help and what solution-otherwise millennials will never get a chance to regenerate sustainability govern the utter cockup of elders banking, political and media systems (and educational debts)



----- Forwarded Message -----
From: christopher macrae <chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk>
Sent: Tuesday, 3 March 2015, 8:01
Subject:  pls will you mobile phone naila 

I hope mail below in red explains context valuing number 1 make or break focus she (women4empowerment leaders) needs to linkin this next few weeks
 you all have a wonderful pro-youth social investment process that other continents could benchmark, BUT there appears no alumni  of your networks connected with paul farmer (and so none directly with jim kim)
 
all this in spite of health service origins in haiti and peru, and the Preferential Option Poor values  (origin peru Gutierrez currently pope francis main behavioural advisory to all catholics) as it also is to most leading bostonian alumni of end poverty through catholic franciscan way
also americas is one main region yazmi doesnt cover with its reach to 3 billion other millennials
however there are ways to start to bridge these gaps between americas millennials and others in Africa and Asia (including some diary events in dc next week) which is why I suggest you phone naila .pls note her diaries have become extremely complex and if the OAS parts of those arent simplified now, then personally speaking I worry a lot regarding lost information and social movement opportunities
thanks chris 240 316 8157



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Sent: Tuesday, 3 March 2015, 7:32
Subject: confirmation of message

Fifty years of work by my family (eg book i left with Noah) shows that right now the most valuable thing any media can demonstrate (let alone leading of elearning channels) is:
sustainability depends on bring down cost to youth of community health training
 
If within one minute of turning on yazmi, we have clicked an icon that conveys that message then yazmi branding can be sold in wherever leaders and youth and women empowerment urgently linkin to sustainability (or Preferential Option Poor) 
 
if we cant convey that message within 60 seconds of touching yazmi then there's nothing useful that any of my peer networks can help you with
 
thanks
chris further reference
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