|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. -firstname.lastname@example.org washington DC +1 240 316 8157||.|
DUBAI FEATURING 4 UN branches (not free not virtual?) rewired2021.com/
main research themes fazle abed asked journalists friends on The Economist's Norman Macrae, Glasgow 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
1 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
Friday, November 19, 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
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goal2 rural keynes empowered by women - f1 f2 how rice and veggie science empowered billion chinese & bangladesh village womens capitalism to end starvation
f1 rice science as a village microfranchise
as you can see by mid 1970s japanese small farmers had learnt from borlaug how to produce 10 times more rice than much of asia
rice is very adaptable to local conditions and has little storage difficulties
1977-the world's happiest chart -asian two thirrds of human race wont starve if borlaugs rice science adapted to every village -japan learnt from borlaug around 1950 by late 1970s china and bangladesh village women empowerment were networking the most valued unicorn food's ever seen in population numbers
wherever famine or extreme poverty was ended in asia - village business food security and profitable of rice was essential out of every village community rising
both bangladesh and chinese women villagers depended on sharing rice knowledge with a little assist from japan...
in bangladesh this took fazle abed's brac (bangladesh rural advance collaboration) to replicate positive cash flow rice production in every village
with hundreds of thousands of village busineeses the next stage in bangladesh was to design village banking so the mothers could save and when relevant scale up with business loans
with china there are 2 extraordinary stories celebrated wherever lives matter:
stalin communism ended as probably 50 million chinese had died of famine in the 1960s-whatever you call china's ideology by the late 1970s the whole of china revolted until leaders designed sustained village business models of rice
however until 1976 china had never let ordinary people have a business licence - in choosing how to start chinese capitalism the first 2 ideas had been:
1 choose which state owned businesses to turn private
2 invite million dollar inward investments from diaspora chinese - now the 3rd richest financial network due to their trading roles in taiwan hk singapore and asean
3 there is a famous story of one chinese vilages where 16 families declared they would move beyond the state cooperative to form family businesses- while these businesses would compete the families agreed if the state closed down any family the other families would look after that family's kids
instead of being closed the productivity of this village rose so much that al other chinese villages were ordered to turn themselves into village businesses
so it was that chinese capitalim from the late 1970s permitted 3 kinds of companies each of which gave balance to the other two-
inward investor busineses- typical infrastructure -trains ports supercity to linkin in world class trade
small village businesses
next came deng's order one child per family - half of all family trees would depend on their brightest female 20 years olds by 2000 - women held up half the sky became the chinese mantra -village women empowerment became essential to asia rising
without optimalising rice productivity neither bangladesh or china would have developed - in fact the vast majority of billion people ending extre poverty is based on h1 h2 village health and f1 plus village food security businesses
because rice is laking vitamins both bangladesh and china needed
f2 vegetable businesses
bac in bangdesh showed how to design nation leadership of poultry around village business - over 1 million livelihoods in bangladesh
f4 dairy also became a unicorn network empowered by brac women - timing was vital - abed had to wait until the european union had sopped dumping powder milk before brac dairy became a village franchise
you can see the whole range of village crop sciences among alumni of the world food prize- it is absolutely vital to sustainable development of a nation that small farmers efficient and effective models are scaled through every village
in bangladesh up to a half of infants in 1972 were dying of diarrhea or due to lack of nutrition and stunting during the first 1000 days- in turn the culture require mothers to have up to 10 children in the hope that 2 boys survive- only by ending unnecessary infant deaths could maternal health improve and smaller family sizes free up mothers to run profitable village business- these basic health models h1 h2 f1-f3 raised life expectancy during the first quarter of a century by 20 years - ie an extra generation
the difference betwee bangladesh and china- bangladesh had no rich diaspora nor huge world trade sailing along its coastline so could only develop nation with rural keynesianism- china could use both models rural keynesianism which saw huge collaborations between chinese and bangladesh village mothers in designing microfranchises - and belt roadtter models through which china extended japan and korea supercity models integral to just-in-time sme the supply chain the far east belt roadsters built inspired in the first instance by the american quality engineer deming