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* Brooklyn's CTandon & WTsai . discusses the simplest maps of how UN is helping millennials be first sd generation .. see also WE GWB 1BG
Abed Abed had ideas to prevent extinction -here are the top 10 he discussed with us during 16 trips to bangladesh in his last decade The world would need cooperation between 60 new universities; their undergrad programs would be largely shared online but with local tutrs helping students do fieldtests replicating global village sdg solution -more
Abed had many comments on MOOCs these had not tried to design c for cooperation freeing youth to network across borders be these national , functional silos, or due to colleges certification monopolies he would have maximised new learning from world leaders zooms and ai curation as the metaevrse became main experiential learning platform ..more
Abed had revolutionised aid2.0 direct investment in microfranchsies and aid3.0 cashless banking and a banking for poorest enetry at ever stage of fincial value chain - eg city banking for smes particularly of daughters of village mothers;; ultra poverty graduation - a program that became the case on which nobek economis prize 2019 appears to have been centred; how would have expected his alumni to lead search for worldclassdaos - community building treasuries abed ideas motivated 2016 start of digital cooperation subsequently UN2 - guterres egov digital roadpmaking.abed would have wanted to help nominate membership of those daos to do with SHELFF - that goals 5 women building 100K person communities; goalf 3 health; goal 4 educaton goal 17&1 leadership ppartenr pkatofms and economics; goa2 food;
Welcome - we value hi-tech maps (see 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?

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 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