lessons from worlds happiest english language student
. is searched in English- so even as English speaking youth are walled out by trumps and brexits where can they contribute most to whether under 30s are going to be the sustainability generation? - help us assemble a guided tour:
  • BRAC bangladesh all the time ;
  • beijing's thinkinchina all the time
  • Jeju's Green Big Bang Club any time
  • - mumbai june aiib2018
  • argentina july 2018 franciscan g20
  • tokyo july 2019 japan g20 and summer olympics full of alibaba happiness 2020;
  • anywhere determined to help chinese or others learn english as second language 10 times more affordably than the pre-mobile era
    .help checklist most valuable questions parent can ever ask school about courses- 1 does this course have dashboard and what alumni nets will my child always be in after this? 2 what makes your version of curriculum different than any other and if it is a free government sponsored curriculum how does it compare with versions other parents pay for.....................................................................................

    Breaking Spring 2015 Stanford ONdemand

    introducing dashboard AF1

    khan academy became the clearest dashboard elearning channel with course in maths around 2008 but which will be the 20 most valuable top 20 dashboards becasue they are so innovatively to do with everything determining millennials sustainability- rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk washington dc mobile 240 316 8157

    ......model of yazmi now partners all-jobs rich cuuricula and transformed models of education

    links DC 0 1 2 3 4 5 6

    Boston 0 1 2 3 4 SanF 1 2

    Americas : H Pa Co Pe Ch

    Asia BRAC Grameen Lucknow

    Africa Kenya 1 2 S.Africa 1

    Yazmi could be the best news in 44 yearsof celebrating every way that elearning media can be the opposite of mass tv

    the point is develop a curriculum that you can show a class of 25 benefits from then lets try and place the curriculum everywhere- eg yazmi asked to search out 4000*25 =100000 student curricula for gambia!

    =============generalise this!
    big opportunity now- bernardo imagine you were starting khan academy now but instead of maths you are doing preferential option poor with gutierrez or jim kim or social mba cases of ENS global- what are the first short training modules you need so everyone knows to come back to you

    first to own content editing of dashboard curricula - first to be mass circulated by yazmi- must have a favorite curriculum before lima world bank yera 2015 starts start of october in fact rome wants to know -Don Bruno Lima's english speaking assistant as soon as we make real start with eg gutierrez- same dashboard relevant wherever pope visits and tells leaders to get back to investing in next generation

    i am desperately hoping model of how do you own beginings of dashboard is already easy to do wth main course of taddys, and mandela extranet

    temporary purpose of my web www.socialbusiness.tv is so mostofa can have one more go at explaining to yunus how much he is missing - or ditto sir fazle abed

    then re-do it to explain to the economist, jobs-and end poverty systems being the hippocratic oath of real economists see also economistuniversity.com creative children -key to 21st c economics and sustainability-

    diaries 2015- spring
    - 2 earth moving meets this week- in washington DC with founder of ICAF largest/happiest youth summit process in world - in dubai with Hiro one of Japan's greatest partners in youth futures -summer can we help amma dashboard un july 8? taddy blecher (mandela extranet) dashboard july 9? icaf dasbboard
    july3? fall- can we produce first (POP) preferential option poor dashboard in time for pope francis septmebr 23 and Lima start of world bank year 2015

    Lead 4 minute video on most connected flows through dashboard

    Science of delivery -reasonable students expectations of proof


    4 minute video- can dc region be worldwide collaboration benchmark african diaspora capital

    introduce messages on what collabs world would miss if we didnt exist from

    1.1 diasporas assembled inside elites- eg world bank african diaspora summit (alumn 400); young africa society (alumni 800)

    1.2 diaspora networks from highly concentrated living spaces of practice diaspora - eg silver spring's friends of ihubs, friends of elearning africa (eg alumni addis 2015, uganda 2014), friends of diaspora festivals and sister city movements

    Show first case of big investment in value chain being connected with knowledge or incubation support from diaspora

    Answer whether world bank wants to partner dashboard by setting up on-demand coursera of african diaspora at its open elearning campus

    Provide organigram of who inside world bank answers next action questions on behalf of stated diaspora alumni nets and related groups (eg tech millennials athgo, world youth summit of world bank (alumn 3000), traditional african society inside world bank (membership 2000), african speakers at http://www.tedxwbg.com/ -note compere of african diaspora summit co-founder of africa tedx)


    6 years ago usaid started publishing wiki of value chains -can a shortlist of agricultural cases verifiable to diaspora become accepted as worldwide student library - compare with eg global social health cases open sourced by harvard and kim/farmer/porter at http://www.ghdonline.org/cases/

    which are other 2 biggest diaspora capitals -one us, one worldwide- can they be invited to offer response video

    how does student join unified listserve of events and webinars connecting all diaspora nets


    4 minute video from kim and ki-moon explaining how they fan active win-win connections between african identity as one of 4 they talk about most impacting sustainability - other 3 being women, china and catholic (franscican values model links to all sustained bottom up development economies and south america with lima kim's one choice for starting world bank year (2015) out of dc during his 5 year term)

    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLopq6yGfmFAtlFz5y_iRZN_jGI9sKTd4j video could be edited by world bank youth film producer pabsy with 90 second of new content linking videos already made on 2030 now and invitations to millennials/diaspora to pitch solutions to sustainability goals

    Look for proof of how world leaders eg wish to help students when you say that most of workforce in 2040 will come from africa and china - drill proof down by each sustainability goals most transparent conflict

    Respond to hard cases- students wanted/hoped there would be a curricula living up to mandela's knowhow- main opportunity to do this was broken by quarrels between african remaining live nobel peace laureate and china; from student view this is disastrous as wanted win-win relationships with

    china; and women and all goodwill faiths-


    jottings around 44 years of work on dashboard of Entrepreneurial Revolution

    ..DashboardUni.com asks how much the half of the world aged under 29 value The Economist's curriculum of100% Job Rich world.

    ....and why do parents in the half of the world aged over 29 devalue open learning of such goodwill sustaining curricula

    In 1984 Keynsians' book on net generation predicted that all which 21st C could be will depend on peoples' consciousness everywere by 2005 that: gaps in incomes and expectations of rich and poor nations will be man's greatest risk

    Since 1972 our main freedom of speech concern has been : will the net generation be sustainable as the amount spent on communications in ricer nations rises exponentially from about 3% in 1948 to over 20% of all monetary and human investment #2015now

    online library of norman macrae--

    Today we like to contrast


    4 minute video clip re-edited from diaspora summit extracting main budget holders biggest pleas for diaspora interaction

    Why not create a youtube pitch joyful pitch space of students questioning how they can help or link student teams- cf part 1 of 3 of the year round mit incubation model -permit submission as transcript treated privately where idea is unsafe for a student alone to voice


    4 minute video starting search for which africa countries already have a continent lead benchmark (eg kenya mpesa, rwanda pih epicentre,,);

    subvideo - how is digital youth or womens empowerment leading this in africa vis a vis corresponding digital leapfrogging in other developing regions

    Help accelerate round africa debate - does each country's millennials feel proudest of what? if nothing proud of as benchmark what does that say about equity of foreign assistance or current state of leadership

    Note africa24tv in paris has 80 journalists dedicated to best industry news by and for african and one of its founding directors previously worked for ibrahim foundation

  • Thursday, December 24, 2009


    Of dr yunus' 12 collaboration partners , the most important one of all is the Bangladesh catalogue of social business models 1976-2005 - rough listing at http://socialbusiness.tv/ which we created as a commitment to dr yunus on our 7 meeting during the 2 year process of connecitng 1000 round the world readers . this is the core of CP1- it provides hundreds of cases of 10 times more economics ways of sustaining community exchanges when done micro and poorest up

    all of yunus literature to 2005 focused on this social business system design model, and most of book 1 on social business did; but for some reason he now wants to call global social business the standard SB model

    this is confusing to outsiders because the economics of the original SB model and the economics of collaboration partnerships have nothing in common except in as far as being grounded on CP1's channels and hubs that represent the poorest the way that 33 years of Bangladesh community building was built


    Fortunately a london team led by sofia http://londoncreativelabs.com/ http://sbworld.tv , chris http://worldclassbrands.tv/ http://trilliondollaraudit.com/ and tav and mark were the last group to do 10 hours of video filming of grameen leaders (the day before the opening of the nobel museum in mirpur summer 2008) while they still talked Micro SB - see eg http://yunus10000.com/ or ask for transcripts of you will explain your need

    meanwhile we will interview as many of the first 100 global social business alumni as possible- and try and clarify when they are sb modeling micro and when they are modeling sbglobal; and we also invite world t help us animate dialogues around the biggest job creation topics than can be played now that collaboration is the new source of innovation as well as the greatest risk of all if you partner a system whose lack of conflict auditing is about to value multiply everything by zero - think wall street or think dotcoms for chain reactions of zerosiations where decent communities and hard working people were put in harms way- loss of sustainability always hits the most innocent forts; ironically if we dont resolve climate crisis the 100 million people who gave the world social business modeling will be drowned first

    Monday, December 21, 2009

    This is an approximate timeline of health knowledge and services connected along Grameen's micro Social Business Journey - we welcome edits

    1976 grameen project starts with 4 people including Dr Yunus and the only woman co-founder Mrs Begum
    it is soon clear that before women can profit from loans they need to communally support each other and share health knowledge particularly since the average health is very poor - illiterate village woman close to starvation were in 1970s still expected to breed about 8 children, with 2 likely to be lost in infanthood to diarrhea -ironically curable given simple knowhow of the right mix of sugar, salts and clean water; smaller familiies and 60 village women communities looking after each other were the core design that grameen village centre banking chose

    in those days village women did not exit their homes when strangers were in the village and only women could knock on their doors; so dr yunus often sat in the middle of the village surrounded by childrem; he soon noted most were night blind; this started grameen banks first nutritional social business service - cartoot seeds which it members bought in tiny one cent packets making grameen bank also the largest seeds reatiler in the country!

    next came the need for the lowest cost safe home - constructed round as a hut with monsooon proof roof, cyclone proof pilars and a pit latrine- about 700,000 housing loans only for this safe family dweilling have been made by grameen, and the design soom got an aga khan prize for architecture

    it wasnt until 1992 that a specific health diagnostics branch of grameen was founded http://www.grameenkalyan.org/

    it should be noted that the other great Bangladeshi social entreprise network BRAC was the earliest in to rural-wide training of oral rehydration and this also became the platform for informal door to door saleswomen of basic medicines themselves microfinabced by BRAC

    in these ways by the early 1990s, the foundations of the world's most economical micro up rural health systems had been developed; but in grameen's case it wasn't until winning the Nobel Prize and forming the first global grameen corporate brand partnership with the French Global brand company Danone that worldwide collaboration partners in heath could be easily searched, and Global Grameen could aim to be world's number 1 brand by 2015