esh and Kenya
youth investment banking started 1972 soon after with birth of Bangladesh
Kenya jumped ahead by designing first microcredit inspired by yunus b ut using mobiles to capture all transactional records; in parallel yunus who started experiments with mobile phones in the villages before anyone thanks to Soros and Quadirs started mobilizing energy and health; Kenya continued to mpesa the first cashless banking system to scale- all of the pro-youth brilliance of cashless banking practitioners are now linked into www.bkash.com of BRAC- over 90 country's regulators are now benchmarking these lead cases as part of the Kenya's and Bangl'as entrepreneurial revolution of cashless banking has been sustained by regulation firenndly to some other group that 1 big bankers 2 big government 3 big telecoms…
movements; -celebrating search for each global sector's most productive and exponentially sustainable purpose; which type of banking competence wil be most valuable for which bottom-up service focus; lessons from world's most collaborative microfranchising ngo; how can cashless banking end historical current crises and big bank collapses
GrameenGreen-celebrating the most abundant and cleanest energy sources; ending geographical boundaries caused by externalising the dirtiest energies or manipulalting their scarcities; connecting food security to organic foods and naturally supporting ecosystem including clean water for all- ending post world war 2 folie grandeur of military governments and their over-investment in nuclear-designing superports around future transport modes
AHa - Affordable Healthcare Access - 10 times more affordable heathcare can be achieved by celebrating nearly free nursing coleges; telemedicine and mobil-apps of life critical knowledge shgaring; ending apetnst on unmarketed drugs; learning acceleration drug discovery lessons from HIV ....making healthcrae basics a schoos curricula; focusing on pro-youth healthcrae; annual biggest celebration of healthcare as part of nationa culture…
ersion 23 april 2013
please rsvp firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to imagine what follows below as a wiki - what would you edit in and out - how would you improve action links to collaboration as most exciting exploration our web empowered human race can enjoy
4 most exciting 12 minute video calls for collab we know of:
where do these presenters most recommend youth linking in for actioning collaboration
(student discussion/competition on more exciting calls)
open system gravities- which practice areas' economics and sustainability can be urgently changed by collaboration
How does free online university
become convergent summit of all calls for collaboration
What are processes common to many calls? eg
Prize competitions celebrating youth and social networking connections;
Generation most exciting goals and new actin heroes of collab
Valuing best of web as education not ad medium
what are the tools of massive collaboration egwww.openspaceworld.com proven as simplest method for innovation faclitation (and reconciliation) over 30 years and half a million performances for age 9 up and up to 8000 people at tie
at what grades and where (eg world's most popular finacial literacy for primary innovate in orphanage) might education first need to change in each practice area -first examples will be revisited in more detail through course
why/how do ever greater number of activists and change world leaders see education as core connecting future of millennium goal summits post 2015
Practice area 1- energy, climate, food and water security at every local/community level
Practice area 2 nutrition, nursing and health
Practice area 3 public service, transparency in borderless world, professions and new valuation models of win-win-win -eg abundancy dynamics of collaboration knowhow multiplying value in use unlike consuming up things; maps of bottom up value chains and 30000 replicable microfranchises solving community's life critical service needs - how do priorities vary by different parts of borderless planet
Hall of fame of social business microfranchises already waiting for next replication
Practice area 4 open technology most inspiring advances for human lot so far - what futures now emerge as possible that 5 years ago couldn't be thought of - how do youth everywhere get involved?
Practice area 5 education throughout life and through peer to peer flows as much as possible
Practice area 6 - how does design of financial services (including taxation policies) communally interact with all of above - why is cashless banking the last chance to decide whether we design sustainable local and global finance? How long does your part of world have left to understand how this decision and democracy are inseparable?
Practice area 7 how is good news broadcasting (global celebration) connected with bottom up peace actions through every community and empowerment of youth and cross-cultural joy -hold a student competition on all ideas/maps that neighbour monica yunus'…
Usually the Nobel Peace laureate ceremony comes to a crescendo in this month- greaatet opportunities to include youth in this could be identified wherever the laureate values future of peace in being youth hands; probably best case to date - 2006 laureate muhammad yunus launched pop group thegreenchildren round celebrating grameen peace award (sales of hera me now netted a million dollars used to start up the social business replication of aravind's end unnecessary blindness microfranchise
Some smaller countries celebrate the end/start calendar year holiday time to stage nation's defining youth challenge:
In Poland, The Great Orchestra of Xmas starts its year fundaraiing. It targets one pediatric speciality for the country's national health service a year. While doodr to door colections are networked at tyear end, as ummer pop festival is organsied for all who connect the most good or funds/p>
in new zealand www.thelearningweb.net hosts its annual challenge of what billion dolar industry will NZ 15-18 year olds need to transform next and which other nations 15-18 years olds will be most practical to partner
2.5 Africa's microloanfoundation
Emergence of digital age microbanking system designs
2.11 1999 Jamii Bora
2.12 2005? MPesa kenya (then tanzania)
2.13 2005? KIva, kiva zip , puddle
2,14 Today's integration: BRAC 3 stage national banking : microcredit, brac civic bank, bkash and knowhow network gabv.org
2.15 Nanocredit shows that the most trusted investor in portfolio of microfranchises may in future have more of a telecoms and educational foundation than the original microcredit's could imagine being designedaround
Main lesson -frrom bangladesh - never separate banking and job creating education out of any sustainable - community; poorest village mothers are safer system designers than the heads of jo morgan, goldman sachs and the Fed and the EuroBustYouth- see jamii bora training and jp morgan
youthworldbanking at world bank needs to select bottom -up banking experts including soros to design its goodwill banking curriculum; post 2015 summits would better be gravitated around microeducationsummit than microcreditsumit…
n responsible for 4 of top 20 anti-youth monopolies destroying net generation as world's most collaborative productive community sustaining era- that's before we count cost of missing edu searches such as 30000 microfranchises
proposed by The Economist 1984 if we want to map next 3 billion jobsp…
hrough peace rather than war is a factor that could serve to eradicate the perpetual legacies of disaster currently engrained in so many education systems.
40 years of research led us to these views
1984 learn that some peoples' places growing 200 fold since start of steam engine by extracting carbon and other resources from other peoples is neither sustainable nor something that a borderless 21st C can "secure"- actions when ussr superpower system collapses , usa should lead collaboration invitation with ussr to dismantle all the opposing cold wars dictators both sides geopolitically sponsored
before 2000 the world's biggest public mass media and world services need to identify goals that the human race can unite round provided we invest in millennials jobs designed to collaborate around these networking goals by agreed timelines- in particular it should be assumed that mans greatest risk is differences in incomes and expectations between rich and poor nations; such public media should then partner those on the internet who wish to make the number 1 home page a gateway to cataloguing open source microfranchise solutions uniting the human race towards poverty museums…
ollaboration economy needs to be celebrated as the bottom-up NGO which isnt quite the same networking system but can be closely related to the Yunus bottom-up corporation ("social business")
Once the curriculum of the bottom-up NGO is ready to MOOC, we can both celebrate the wonder of MOOCs and the 3 billion job search my father's 1984 proposed involving 30000 microfranschises- bottom up openly replicable franchises that millions of communities needed to share so that vital services are empowered as much as possible by local peoples capacity. This possibility dawns in a collaboration age where all life critical learning may be freely MOOCed as the most economic investment peoples can make in sustaining their next generations. Any microfranchise needs to be simple enough to audit as a system by and for the people that a 10 minute training module mpas in overview how not to action network it as well as how to do it. Such training modules should be what future millennium goal summits prize most and could also be the purpose of public tv in nation's like Greece that mot urgently need to value educational media as the pathway to jobs of the net generation.…
icrofinance's first 40 years. While we welcome comments on alternative vocabulary, if you become familiar with this 9 minute test you will then be able to who's fundraising for the sort of banking that has done most to end poverty and who isnt
1 Give example ofbarefoot professionalslinked into Grameen or BRAC?
2 What is meant by village organisations (BRAC) or village centres (Grameen)?
3 What is meant by microfranchises?
4 What is meant by transparent bottom-up value chains?
5 Why is there little point in you studying bangladesh microfinance unless you are a believer in joy of youth networks and collaboration communities?
6 Discuss what type of education BRAC and Grameen are famous for supporting that made Sir Fazle Abed the first educational laureate of WISE
7 Give examples of how networking health knowhow has never been separated from the banking cultures of Grameen and BRAC…
-here are a few examples emerging from youth's freedom to understand actions beyond theory
my recommendation to dr yunus is to build courses through linking up maximum 12 minute presentations - for example this is the most workable format at coursera where presentation modules comprise a you-tube style video with an accompanying set of slide
12.1 Apart from financial literacy mentoring skills, what sorts of skills does a grameen bank branch manager need to be able to serve the 60 village centre visits that a grameen branch makes each week to 60 members at a time
12.2 One of Bangladesh's greatest innovations in transforming value chains to fully integrate the poorest is microfranchises. Some microfranchises have replicated over 100000 jobs with the same sustainable job description across the village centres. Can we see a league table of most job-creating microfranchises - past and current? Also which of these may be most specific to Bangladesh, and which could be most transferable?
12.3 Dr Yunus has been described by Members of US Congress as a genius economist and great humanitarian. Could he clarify some of the economic design rules that he believes are most important for all youth - be these aiming to be job creating in developing world or the developed world? Where/how can we scale this debate so that all economists and politicians transparently engage in which of dr yunus' pro-youth economic principles they value and which they don't
12.4 Dr Yunus has been experimenting with mobile apps in village longer than any banker or economist. In Year 17 of these experiments, what would he recommend as hottest apps that all youth and microcredit leaders should know about and what segment as vital apps depending which other services beyond finance a particular MFI was founded to communally regenerate?
usaid value chain course http://microlinks.kdid.org/training-group/learning-value-chain-basics
http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1131986697/obama-mama mapping value chains appears to be one of biggest innovations in usaid since obama's commencement in 2009. Two reasons why this should be no surprise are: his mother's pioneering work on microcredit in indonesia in 1980s; current head of usaid is fanatical about how to apply crop science to change value chains in all food security croips most relevant to every locality
Dad (Norman Macrae) created the genre Entrepreneurial Revolution to debate how to make the net generation the most productive and collaborative . We had first participated in computer assisted learning experiments in 1972. Welcome to more than 40 years of linking pro-youth economics networks- debating can the internet be the smartest media our species has ever collaborated around?
Foundation Norman Macrae- The Economist's Pro-Youth Economist
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2013 = 170th Year of The Economist being Founded to End Hunger
2010s = Worldwide Youth's most productive and collaborative decade
1972: Norman Macrae starts up Entrepreneurial Revolution debates in The Economist. Will we the peoples be in time to change 20th C largest system designs and make 2010s worldwide youth's most productive time? or will we go global in a way that ends sustainability of ever more villages/communities? Drayton was inspired by this genre to coin social entrepreneur in 1978 ,,continue the futures debate here
world favorite moocs-40th annual top 10 league table