Welcome - we value hi-tech maps (see youthmarkets.com) as well as servant leadership platforms energising 1000000 person villages where all lives matter. Help update 30 collaborations of the greatest economic miracle- see how a billion people ended extreme poverty. If younger half of world are to be the sustainability generation do you see urgent clues from 1 banking 2 food 3 health 4 education 5 women-empowered communities?
My father norman macrae was lucky in his 20s – he had survived being teenage navigator bomber command in world war 2 and while sub-editing the economist he met von neumann (father of computing) who told him there would be 100 times more tech every decade from 1955. So dad’s life's work tried to edit sustainability exponentials at the economist. From 1984 he and I wrote 2025 report that gamechanging education would probably determine sustainability or extinction. 2010 When dad died Japan ambassador to Bangladesh invited me to meet sir Ma href="http://www.fazleabed.com">fazle abed who had helped a billion women with education they needed to collaboratively end village poverty across asia. I said I wanted to understand how he had designed education partnerships and he said you can also help me with a challenge after I am gone. If I am right sustainability will depend on how much we support 20 year old graduates of 2020s collaborate in replicating community solutions needed to be the first sustainability generation economistwomen.com. -chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk washington DC +1 240 316 8157.

 December Education Free VIRTUAL Summits :Yidan-HK Dec 5 yidanprize.org/events/2021-yidan-prize-summit/ WISE Qatar Dec 7 -9 wise-qatar.org/wise-2021/

DUBAI FEATURING 4 UN branches (not free not virtual?) rewired2021.com/
SDGoal 5 womens sdg entrepreneur networks as world's happiest COLLABSSDG1 financial services to end poverty4 Education for life & livelihoods2 Food/Agri for nutrition & ending famine..3 Last mile health services to sustain generation.
 5.4 Asian & Southern world's lead partnership of 100 universities' graduates as first sustanability generation (20).1.1 change aid (49)... bottom-up, collab, mimic nature4.1 livelihood skills edu (49)
SDmetavillage
2.1 rice microF (47) 3.1 Oral Rehydration (43)
5.1 First metavillage platform of 100K people (15000 homes) -without electricity grids or connections to rest of nation (50)1.2 microfinance+ (45)4.2 primary school (35)2.2 veggie microF (44) 3.2 para-health last mile doordash basic meds (41)
5.3  brac internet- Abed's second quarter of century of poverty alleviation brings tech partner platforms and leapfrog opportunities1.3 Ultrapoor grad (30?) now 50 nations4.3 secondary apprinticeships (28)2.3 aravind arts & cash crops (43) 3,3 nationwide vaccination (36)
5.2 Outreach of Grassroots networking - first billion women to lift up half the sky - chinese and bangladesh share urgent action learning microfranchises goals 2 to 5 (different systems financially though mirror need as microfranchise counterbalances state interests in monopolising source of wealth) (47) china american friends help swap gift to brac super-rice variant for knowledge of oral rehydration) 1.6 brac 2nd headquarters - netherlands wins global social business constitutio (12)4.4 BU national university (20)2.4 poultry  over million livelihoods(20+) 3.4 tuberculosis and global fund partnerships (20)
5.5 Brac microfranchises start up in climate adaptability -smart village exchanges - eg brac social forestry (33) 1.5 bkash SDworld's cashless bank (10)4.5 early childhood playschool (15) now 50 nationshttps://www.catholicuni.com/search?q=2.5 Dairy (20) 3.5 convene world frugal programs (20) eg wash sanitation 
5,6 zoom me up scottie (learning curves 1 year cop26 ; 63 Abed graduation Glasgow U; Adam Smith 264th annual moral sentiments alumni network).1.4 paradigm for SDnation's city bank (15)..4.6 Abed Luminaries with Yidan (3)2.6 leading 14 agri-nation value chains (10-20+) 3,6 James Grant (17) School Health- first world class at BU

main research themes fazle abed asked journalists friends on The Economist's Norman MacraeGlasgow Adam Smith Scholars, Prodi and other co-signatories of 1976's Entrepreneurial Revolution, and his 40 year 2025report futures of sustainability begun 1984 to keep questioning parents of millennials and 2020s graduates


why did you found a university- what did you mean by brac university as a meta-collaboration platform with all other brac/billion womens partnering platforms (in designing abedmooc.com why did you agree with MOO but insist C =Collaboration)
2 what if only education can prevent extinction ; and only women villager networks can deeply scale (& leapfrog with) data and tech of 5 primary sdgs food security, last mile health 100% including WASH,  resilient community finance as well as livelihoods training and collaboration entrepreneurship
3 what if the knowledge of universities representing 65% of 2020s graduates is entrepreneurially deeper for many un agendas that the knowledge of 4% of global  youth out of american universities?
4 why did you personally spend more time on brac playschools in your last 10 years than all the other ages of girls livelihood training http://www.abedplay.com 
5 how do you see bangladesh growing up with its giant neighbors China and India as well as past colonial empires that drew so much of the maps/borders of asian continent/cultures - particularly british and commonwealth aid, netherlands, and Japan
6 finally as asia's leading young engineer who then studied 50 years of how womens productivity sustains what male technologists and entrepreneurs cannot do -what's the future of male and female leaders need to look like if every next child born is to have a good chance to develop http://www.futureoflife.org 
 economistdiary.com & ClimateWomen.com present their pick of fall 2021 -thank you to Japanese owners of Financial Times


at valuetrue.com we started mapping value exchanges as network
2 out of 3 humans are asian so sustainability wont happen without mapping asian solutions; what amazes us is how many billion dollar value exchanges existed before mobile technologies; as tech goes everywhere deep data may often be doublechecked with manual maps

eg how did some asian nations partner unicef to achieve 99% vaccination even in rural areas with no electricity grids

we classify the unicorns around 5 deepest needs
h= health safety networks to every last mile
f= food and water security to every last mile
p=designing finance to end poverty
e=education for lifelong livelihoods
rc=resilient collaboration/communities - what community systems need fixing -eg are women or another deographic an underclass: is the community disaster/climate ready -and how does it ensure its not being dumpen on by bigger neighbors...

ur library of asian develpment models goes back to 1962

Tuesday, March 8, 2022

script episodes Zbee World -what if storytelling of womens emotional intel united the metaverse and un dev goals in time -guterres last 15 months to impact

Economistbank.com  Viruses seem to breed in places where humidity is 24/7/265- So There are particular reasons (including tropical health challenges - prevent pandemics) why over the 50 year that  former royal dutch oil company engineer fazle abed 2019-1970 was the most connected person empower billion village women - the values asian villagers women changed sustainability of humanity around were franciscan specifically paulo freire's portuguese pedagogy of the oppressed-(in addition please note that st francis original missionary alumni were female community health networks"clares" and male geeen followers- arts were also a much loved community-engaging space

 francis also bridged wester faiths and muslim ones; and we can think of marco polo as helping to bridge all asian consciousness network as well as world trade channels of the 13th century when the old world was the only world and trade from italian led eirope (med sea offering supertrading coastlines) to china and japan was the main worldwide enetrepreneurial pyrsuit

 since late 2015 the UN has been led by guterres - its unlikely that his successor from 2025 will be able to urgently continue digital sdg transformation the way womens intel can (even if the successsor is a woman - there is just not a person in aid world comparable to gurterres - hence the urgency of this thread - of course if you have better info we'd love to hear of it chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk www.beeings.app www.abedmooc.com www.economistbank.co9m wash fc 

questions from Beeings.app to world's first trabsmedia agency for teh metaverse

I have 2 different sorts of query. My first query may not seem to be related to zbee's story but I think it is in the sense that if zbee's cast is already having a deep impact on the metaverse when her story is filmed that makes the story/audience much more happy relevant  curious than if the story runs before people/awareness of transmedia casts are shaping the metaverse

I have been thinking of 4 communities best known to me that could absolutely need bot curated mentorship (taken to the new level that metaverse BEEINGS and supporting tech and AI and deep learning data maps bring) - three are similar and focused , the 4th is the whole of action learning (and peer to peer) education ii in sustainability generation world --- what education is for! (the story of billion asian womens empowerment 2020-1970 known only to a few followers of fazle abed - i am having another go at assembling that om a family of blogs - eg http://www.abedmooc.com ) 

Let me start with the 3 specific ones on Curation AIforgood:
John and I know Naila the lady who did the fieldwork with muhammad yunus that launched telephone girls in  bangladesh 1996. It was also the book call me now In those days one lady per village circle of 60 had the phone franchise (previously villages had no electricity no telecoms at all so the village telephone lady was both in the giant leap for womankind miracles of mobile and solar) - for a decade she became the circles village yellow pages (why yunus won the nobel peace prize) as well as telephone for hiring out. 16 years later naila split from yunus (and is now a maryland neighbor) -back in bangladesh she owns her own telecentre as well as her family's civil engineering company; it is staffed by acid attack female victims. Whilst part does general telecentre work; i believe another part is a telecentre curating abused women to support networks and indeed mentoring. 
Are we saying a "being" on the metaverse is now a leap ahead from editing telecntre support information? The reason I am asking- if this might be a core application then naila may already have a map of dozens of networks to be curated to deep advances in sdgs (she spends a lot of time in unwomen and with people like ted turners daughter and the second lady in kenya but naila also has about 50 cousins to look after so whom the funding circles she is in are realising what for is not something I understand). If you want john and me to ask naila to a an email or a zoom please say- her story like everyone to do with yunus is complex as he lost everything politically and came within  a few yards of being assassinated on one occasion in 2010

A second example is a bit similar. In san diego naila and qian chen (whose first visit from rural chine to usa was to attend un sgd launches and who has shadowed much on naila us events) and I know a lady who formed la maestra. It aims to be a one shop service centre for abou 20 services abused and sometimes illegal spanish speaking mothers need in sam diego. It evolved over 20 years as a matter of trust- when one of these ladies made a first need connection with la maestra it made sense to deliver her every need - and there was a period when the city government was doing nothing for this group  so again la maestra had to be the perfect curator (or as perfect as it could be)

The 3rd case is in baltimore - its the origina community where thurgood marshall grew up. One baptist reverent has in effect been the knowledge all youth need to survive- he's in pretty much every deep community support system in west baltimore. Sadly the police killing of freddie gray happened in part of his region and so the pope invited rev al over to share ideas.   Again John some music friends and naila know rev al - i cant help but wonder whether for communities where boys need as much help as girls there is the need for an Albe cast.

New York deadline- When it comes to guterres hosting september 2022 unga event education is not for purpose - we in fact go back to 1906! when Gandhi soon allied by Montessorri started designing one village schools for all ages with peer to peer practice curricula not teacher standard examined theory. This system has about 12 magic parts as well as many holes. The first magic part is it only takes 30 hours of children coaching a person to end illiteracy if optimal sequence of experiential learning is followed. The biggest hole is the peer to peer pre-adolescent womens health curriculum that the lancet had been demanding for over a decade now - mrs obama committed if she did anything to get this happening at least for the core part before and after girls start to menstruate but with no advance to date since trump and covid distracted all of what humans most deeply needed to network  

so when it come to zbee's script:
are you aiming for a tv series and if so is it anime or real actors?
does the story expect to be shown when there are examples out there of zbee casts providing deep curation support on the metaverse or before there is any visible community case? If the story is expected to come first I was missing something - basically I needed some summary - after eg episode 3 (or indeed any number - i am not sure of the episode's length 1 - seemed much the longest) what was it that I should now know about zbee family to want to keep following the story; why should i be celebrating zbee as an emerging supergirl - and about her family group's rituals the way eg potters casts plays with the imagination; about their inventor's disappearance and the intangibles of the plot .

 I do need to read the plots again  but as i say the context of are the transmedia casts already impacting the metaverse and what form are you aiming to execute the scripts in seems to matter (and yes i expect asia broadcast companies might execute very differently from western)  I could introduce you on linkedin to the un-partnering asian education commission led out of asia - its focus is ai in education and hi-touch hi-tech -in 2016 this was all connected - the japan lead was mator koike who I believe is pivota- she beleives every 11 year old girl should be introduced to zen in school- and she has promised post covid to have one last try and making new yoirk and tokyo sister cities in sdgs

thanks chris
PS IT might also be huge if jose joined in but I dont know how to do that
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Friday, November 19, 2021

Join us is searching over 30 of sustainability's most collaborative networks built by a billion poorest women over the last half century - can these help us leap forward from the triple crises of young adulthood's 2020s of covid, climate , chauvinism embedded both economically and socially in professions, professorships and politicians

Some of these collaborations have nearly 50 years of compound effort mainly thanks to the courage of Bangladesh and Chinese village women- previously neither country had encouraged business-women. Parentheses indicate years up to 2021. Its only in the last 25 yeras that tech parters started bring villagers access to electricity (via solar) and communications (mobile phones). Some village women leapfrog solutions are the most exciting entrepreneurial revolutions my family has journalised in the 53 years since my father coined the term in The Economist

dedication to fazle abed this map of collaborations came from briefings over the last decade of fazle abed's 50 years of designing collabs that supported a billion asian village women end poverty- abed wanted these udpated especially by young professionals worldwide as well as Asian village women - one reason he spent the last 20 years of his life connecting worldwide university partnerships as well as continuing his focus -partnerships supporting the building of the world's poorest and 8th most populous nation in 1971 by women through every village-

parentheses indicate age of action spcific learning networks approximately as at 2021

Monday, November 1, 2021

2021 and ecop26.com Essay Questions from Billion Womens 50 Years Colaboratio in ending extreme poverty

Womens Esssay Questions on Sustainability & Economics 

1 How does knowledge of billion womens mitigation of extreme poverty inform current UN debate with Elon Musk that 6 billion dollars of his money would end hunger? 


2 Discuss the world bank experiences that led Jim Kim to say with least developed countries it never works to  separate growth economic models from basic systems of health and energy.


 3 Whats the difference between the goal 17 hypothesis that extinction can be prevented by Private-Public partnerships and the women empowerment hypothesis that triangularisation by integrating civil society networks is  essential

. 4 What is the relevance of a big population developing nation offering benchmark market solutions to sdgs 1-5 to all the other sdgs?

 5 Why did Fazle Abed say that an ideal balance for BRAC would be revenues that made BRAC 75% sustainable and 25% dependent on world leading sponsors of human development?

 6 What is the role between government and civil society in evolving a country's leading experts markets? 

7  Are there any urgent current lessons between Adam Smith & Scottish models of human advancement since 1758 and Bangladesh's first 50 years as a free nation?  

8 What role if any does Artificial Intelligence play in designing autonomous real time operational systems of most relevance to Uniting Communities and multilaterals such as the UN?  I strongly recommend that those who partnered Abed in 50 years of billion poorest women working on these questions come up with unique views critical to 2020s life on earth. Of course other essay questions can be framed www.econoistwomen.com

Sunday, October 31, 2021

 3 opening 75 minures galsgow - earth to cop made it clear young civils society networks are only ones who can trainsgulariswe big elders movements - the public polticos and the private big ceos (mostly untaxed this centtury)


what is stopping elder generations from empowering younger half to be teh fisrt sustainability genneration


fake media fame democracy run by lawyers instead of green engineers? 

money 25 trillion dollars printed since subptrime not one doilar for climate

Saturday, October 30, 2021

 


Breaking the week before thanksgiving 2021
http://www.economistwomen.com I humbly suggest Xi Jinping has a huge opportunity to elevate womens lives in line with his courageous efforts to remove corruption. Around the world, I have worked on media, market and societal research. I spent much of 1999 guest editing triple issue of journal of marketing management on every way media has diverged from the defining purpose of parenting; I have helped Glasgow publishers triple the number of journals on media morality including the launch of the journal of new economics this month www.ecop26.com and my family has contributed to arguably Scots' most world-wise newspaper of all "The Economist" begun in 1843 to gravitate sustainability's two deepest goals. Even social educators are biased subconsciously if not consciously - my bias is believing the purpose of our species is seen in parents/communities collaborating around a better life for our next generation. If that is not the core human purpose no wonder nature will decide to send us the way of the dodo. If investment in global media had not lost all common sense, we would not be facing the climate mess the older half of the world has trapped younger half in. I have been privileged to be guided round Beijing 8 times by graduate female linguists. Something the West doesn't understand is due to China's one child policy half of all families futures depend mostly on one young adult woman who is much more educated and the first to search the world for creative humanity. That is a responsibility many young Chinese women communicate with groundedness and dignity. From where I write in Washington DC it is clear that if humans are to exist in 22nd century we need the courage of networks like young adult Chinese women (arguably the largest moral sentiments network economists have ever been valued by). I have written elsewhere http://www.economistsports.net on how immoral the administration of tennis has gotten but how brave some of its female superstars are. Growing up in tennis town Wimbledon I am aware of what tennis heroines/heroes used to stand for and ho shameless paparazzi media have hurt the mental health of tennis superstars. The WTA faces its own extinction test. Clarify where Chinese women tennis players can next play on the world stage and if Western journalists abuse said players know that tennis lack of true values will have contributed to climate hell. chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

Thursday, October 28, 2021

AID - MIRACLES & DISASTERS

Modern markets of aid started after world war 2 at the united nations most nations recognised they had been colonised; most by th 7 white empires (UK FRANCE, Germany , Italy, Russia, USA, Canada) and japan who were the main forces in world war 2) ; with exception of Japan all major colonisation from late 15th century discovery of new world was adminstered by whites out of Europe ( in fact Portugal's Henry Navigator and Spain began the process resulting in a quite extraordinary border of who owned latin maerica who, and Netherlands had been a very significant player across Asia's southern coatal belt but it largesly came to agreemenets with the UK by ww2)
  
while some colonistaion may have been besign - the reality is it included slavemaking, guns and ships canons, genocide in various mixes; and across most of Asia where 60% of people lived and Africa colonisation meant extracting a colony's resoutces mainly for the benefit of the empure and its trade; the top down admisnstrative systems of colonisers mainly controlled peoples; take the indias subconstunet for example; this placed a quarter of the human race under the adminstration of British Raj - alumni of Mahatma Ganddhi calculated that ar best the epopel of India were paying compound tax of 80%- ie only 20% of their labors and country's assets benefited them. 
Even if we can dbeate some numbers it was clear at the birth of teh UN that a huge number of nations needed freedom; but taking the British case as the biggest example- world war 2 had ended the uk's budgetaey surplus; the nation would rely on eg usa to be kickstarted; so while it hasrily handed out freeod=doms eg to placesd that had been British Raj- it offered evry little immediate comoendation and it passed on the same top-down system that had centuries of of povery classed embedded in it. 

So it shouldn't be surprising taht miracles were needed to  free peoples to rise and rise. This is a fascinating subject to map all over the world from 1945. There may be a few sity port cases (compact populations less than 1 like siganpore where great leasderhip set the natins peoples on the best expoential rising f all

Thursday, September 30, 2021

 

COP26: world leaders gather in Glasgow, with Xi to deliver address in writing

  • British Prime Minister Boris Johnson expected to tell climate conference that ‘it’s one minute to midnight and we need to act now’
  • Chinese president has not left the country since the pandemic began and will be the only leader to address the summit in a written statement

President Xi Jinping’s address to world leaders at the G20 summit on Sunday is shown on a screen at a Beijing shopping centre. The meeting was a prelude to COP26 in Glasgow. Photo: Reuters
President Xi Jinping’s address to world leaders at the G20 summit on Sunday is shown on a screen at a Beijing shopping centre. The meeting was a prelude to COP26 in Glasgow. Photo: Reuters

World leaders are gathering in the Scottish city of Glasgow for a UN conference trying to find ways to avert the climate crisis, but a lack of trust among nations is expected to make the negotiations more challenging.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will welcome more than 120 leaders at Monday’s opening session and is expected to tell them that “humanity has long since run down the clock on climate change. It’s one minute to midnight and we need to act now”, according to partial remarks released by his office late on Sunday.

Among the leaders attending in person are US President Joe Biden, French President Emmanuel Macron and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi from India.