Norman Macrae -The Economist pro-youth economist -bravo sir fazle abed & jack ma
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|My next 3 years goal to twin capitals with a future in showing job creating youth summits are more valuable to host than the Olympics- to start this off through multiplying 2 methods:|
I still haven't worked out how to turn a web site into a curriculu vitae - welcome suggestions at www.chrismacrae.com - actually to start up Happy 2013 I am more interested in helping worldwide youth design the top 10 missing curricula of education http://youth10000education.blogspot.com that 18 year old women in usa need to make the most of their lives - as my daughter is coming up to 16 on valentines day and I dont want her to get poverty chained by banks or universities- in usa the 2 most horrific systems our next generation has ever inherited from its parents- well unless you wish to nominate a more horrific system! ever since dad 1 2 first caught cancer I have been working on who will help linkin the missing curriculum of pro-youth economics
Editors at The Economist discuss entrepreneurial revolution and why Norman Macrae supported Bangladeshi Microfinance pioneers ...
i thought i might as well catalogue sort of messages i send in linkin to try to connect the most passioante practitioners in different areas - can you help me either improve my applications or identify who I should be trying to link
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Hi i am a friend of mohammad bhuiyan and try to help young people who want to connect the greatest healthcare projects through student competitions and other networking processes including the grameen nursing college which friends in my home country of scotland helped to design; I have visited dhaka 8 times to talk to yunus and sir fazle abed and sponsored a bangladeshi student mostofa zaman at london university who now is back in dhaka helping connect local social entrepreneur networks
- could we linkin?
chris macrae washington dc 301 881 1655 firstname.lastname@example.org