youth quiz of world's most important events -JARGON in the future there will be far more livelihoods than jobs- english language including teachers, bankers, professions and leaders havent caught up with this yet- hence we too use word jobs interchangably except in
specific livelihood references like these 1 2? why shouldnt every youth have a youth ali or efounder in china 1 2 ?
.Sample of world record jobs profiles and 13 most energetic world trade maps

#BR6 USA, Ca

Elon Musk

Jerry Yang

Bejos & Leonis

Quadirs & BRAC

Berners Lee & MIT

Kissinger

#BR5 W Euro

Prince Charles

Pope Francis

Soros

Danny Alexander

BBC nature

#BR4 E Euro

Lichtenstein

(blockchain)

Schwab IR4

#BR3 Russia

Gorbachev

#BR2 S Asia

Sir Fazle Abed

Nilekani

CK Prahalad decesased

#BE1 Far East

CEO soiftbank

Mahbubani

Moon Jae-In

#BR12 UN+..........................................

Guterres ; Jack Ma ,

Melinda Gates; heads of UNCTAD, UNHABITAT and UNGA; Jim Kim WB

#BR11 Arctic Circle........................

#BR10

Latin America,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

Paulo Freire

#BR9 Africa.........................

#BR8 Med Sea

#BR7 Mid East & Stans................................

Sheikha Moza

Queen Rania

Founding family Dubai Supercity

#BR0 China Xi Jinping , Jin Liquin, Leaders of baidu ten cent (Ma see BR12)


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download this map to choose 13 vantage points to play BeltRoadImagineering from and to swap notes on which regions world records jos creators you can linkin.
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welcome to world record jobs and the most valuable curricula in the mobile world- for example do you know how to BeltRoadImagineer -start by choosing a continent or an ocean that entrepreneurs depend on to trade worldwide q1 where are the biggest ports and do your smallest and most enterprising peoples have access to them? -raesons for this question over 90% of worldwide gtrade is shipped and thats the greenest and most economical mode - question 2 now that you have a map of ports are railRoads designed for access - example only a few years ago 26 nations on one continent found that their railways did not connect because they used different gauges- the "dryport" was invented- this is designed to maximise efficient unpacking and repacking of containers between 2 different trains. when you think of Roads as overland grips you can ask are cable water and energy pipes also optimally co-loctaed across a contiments Roads 3) wherever neigboring nations join in BRI the most exciting opportunities are "bridging" ones wehgere 2 places havent previously be connected- its smart to invite youth to celebrate every bridging opportunity - to share languages, cultures, foods, often youth will find winj-win trades where one side of the bridge has plenty of one resource but not enough of another- q4 back in sept 2015 the united nations announced 17 most exciting goals ever -ones youth will need to collaborate around if our spceius is to survive let alone thrive- ask whether a neigbouring natiion has some solutions your communities havent tried out- there are so many livelihood education opportunitie and mobile apps - in march 2019 the head of the Un has asked the greatest sustainability education experts he can find to make a report of digital cooperation opportunities- some neighbors are in for special treats for example if you bodre bangladesh girls there have found the most exciting digital banking model to end poverty, they have built the cheapest village health service, and the lowest cost but happiest schooling systems for those up to age 11.. as you swap belt rioad mapping exercise with worldwide e-friends get ready to tell them what commy=unity solutions your place is great at and what solutins you are searching for..
.rsvp isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com. .2022-2015 .2015-2008. 2008-2001.. 2001-1994..1994-1987..1987-1980.1980-1973 1973-19661966-19591959-19521952-1945
worldwide.. .sustainability goals unite nations USA and developed nations subprime world devaluing youth opportunities in west 9/11 in wast china enters wto.; worldwide smart mobile to be universal. first access to solar in mobile phones among villagers in third of world with no electricity grids.appearance of www in 1989..new vision of computers = personal networking.fifth of humans in china start trading worldwide for first time in 110 years after refusing to trade opium with brits 1860 joy to fear: moon landing oil future shocks1966-19591959-19521952-1945
.girl empowering bangladesh, & global partners of edu for youth 1 .first meet between girl's 2 most hopefule networks brac's bkash and Ma's ant finance .tech wizard partners of brac develop girl's and the world's largest cashless bank bkash Yunus Nobeled ...Sir Fazle Knighted.. 2001-1994..1994-1987..1987-1980.... 1973-19661966-19591959-19521952-1945
.china and oriental world trade routes. .100+ national leaders see china as more real host of sustainability goal race than any other single nation .tech wizards prevent china's economic growth being stalled by wall streets attempt to collapse global markets and youth's sustainability livelihoods- digital culture is navigated by xi jinping so that by 2017 china is creating 5 million startups mapped across supercioties- a digital belt road inside china matching his launch of physical Belt Roads wherever nations want long-term win-win trading partnerships and youth sustainability china suddenly decides to let youth linkin 3 internet ecosystems BAT with ecommerce and mobile cash celebrated as greatest millennials innovations .. 2001-1994..1994-1987..1987-1980.... 1973-19661966-19591959-19521952-1945

UN Guterres changing refugees world 1 2 3 4 5

2 views of what happened between 1500 and 1946:

It was good that some people (about a fifth of the human race) found ways to be up to 200 times more productive than ever before

It is tragic that the fifth did this in ways (slavery, colonization, seizing others natural resources) that excluded the four fifths

Common sense as well as natures evolutionary laws Both ways unite round one urgent vision- we must celebrate every way of changing value chains that includes the four fifths

World Record Jobs Researchers feature known way of changing value chains to maximise youth livelihoods and sustainability generation

1 Bangladesh shows us the elast controversial celebration of all – it changes disaster relief, development, ais and charity so the poorest village mothers built their own community services- they did this between 1972 and 1996 with no electricity and solely with trust in girl power; from 1996 tech partners including mobile and solar have helped them design the most extraordinary leapfrog models

celebrate technologists applying big-data-small wizardry to celebrate enterprise sustaining those with the least (or facing the most severe climate or other sustainability crises) – eg alumni circles of jack ma

.help map future of china as world largest friendly nation since 1977

BRI.school :: join our linkedin survey 100 world record jobs creators..rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk - post-colonial model in which nation's people grow exponentially through win-win trades with other peoples? (special feature muhammad yunus
If you are interested in youth livelihood co-creation help us blog guides to inter-regional world records jobs creators BR0 china BR1 rest far east and asean and pacific south including OZ and NZ BR2 S Asia including Bangladesh BR3 russia BR4 east euro BR5 west euro BR6 north america BR7 stans and middle east and suez or gulf facing BR8 med sea facing BR9 africa BR10 latin america BRUN Uniting Nations BRIC InterCity- InterCommunity (see goal 11 maps especially by UNHabitat's new leader former female mayor of Penang)
Be prepared each couplet is a very different journey - for example BR0-BR2 -almost half the world's people need sustainability from this region which is perhaps 10% of the planet's land and already mixes the most and least advances tech societies on earth. In the middle of mediating this are the world's poorest women as well as hopefully the most heroic technologists - Nilekani? Ma? Abed-Quadir-Gates?
GLOBAL JACK MA: Which of 10 regions beyond China Can Jack Ma learn with most given his urgent worldwide collaborations such as ... MA fall018 survey ma blockchain -china poverty thinktanks and who else rsvp isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com

MA0 Fintech for billion poorest? Fintech for SMEecommerce markets; ecommerce training with chinas major belt road partners – understand regional clusters eg SCO, Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, Belt Road summit may 2019

MA1 Road to olympics- celebrating community participation markets that commerce alone cant reach BR1 Japan2020; BRO Beijing2022; BR5 Paris2024; BR1 Korea2018
MA2 By March 2019 UN report for Guterres with Melinda Gates on digital collaboration
MA3 Forming Alibaba global business school includes training big data small coders from developing nations- main scout head of UNCTAD- but how do we help ma scout in countrues head of unctad doesnt know (eg round south asia)
MA4 15 billion dollar investment in worldwide DAMO academy of IR4 technologies including AI- ones most impacting world to 2025 -keeping open rather than us race to patent-scouts include jerry yang- the world economic forum is a key partner in IR4 and its also related to how chinese government analyses lead tech sectors to 2025- ie china maps to be world tech leader by 2025
M4a nb mostofa attend varney summit where elearning was discussed for refugees- china is ahead on edutech in so many ways -eg instead of amazon alexis it is getting teacher assistants into classrooms- as jack says these know facts more than teachers- this is why examining children on facts is retarding them from future
M4b Jack is also on the un eminent committee and on grordon browns’ education commission – while the commission’s 30 national leaders nit officially connected with UN- brown is un envoy for education
MA5 Ying Lowrey also connects many partnerships within Tsinghua main public servant training university- gateway to beoijing startup hib linked with all supercities
MA6 Jack also chairs busininss men club of billionaires who want their market to sustain china- it is posible to go tjrough with yig rfeview every market futures purspoe maximise to poverty aleviation
MA7 Jack has said from olympics on he will focus on taking education as the main challenge- unless we take education outside classroom more than half of youith both unemployable and not aliogned to being the sustainability generation

Jack has many framgmeetd education charities- including those working in Taobao village education – also one of his obscure foundations a sponsor of wise at Beijing
>Most summers jack organizes a summit in Hangzhou where people like jim kim tirn up regulary – 2017 womens empowerment – 2016 philanthopy or social business- in october world bank issue its main 2018 report - chosen theme livelihoods
In 2017 China had 5 million startup- many were associated with the 3 main ecosystems Alibaba , tencent, baidu- all ecosystems expected to brief jinping -usually there is annual meeting at tsinghua where public servants meet tech and other business leaders
Jinping asked jack to host the china G20 hangzhou- jack spent lot of time with relevant citizen group – women youth sme green finance- these get reactivated when g20 host interested – germany wasnt- we assume franciscan argentina this november is; we assume japan is and part of road to Olympics and anyhow japan remains Alibaba founding investor
Canada has been one of the movers of g20 and trudeau has partnered jack a lot – one reason why jack and trudeau demonstrate 3000 person one day training masterclass www.gateway17.com MAY 2019 deadline update 100 nations collaboration Belt Road 2 -China wished to understand which clusters of nations want to partner on which sustainability goals- jack is a leading scout of this- his big advantage is big data anayusis applied to small enterprise and redesigning value chains- it would seem that ma, gates and brac are all watching for national partners in big data small -one of the lose ends is Nilekani billion person identity- we need help from tech experts to understand what Alibaba owns that can be key – eg in south asia it still owns the most common type of browser uses cheaper mobiles- in china jack’s fintech and ecommerce keeps ahead on g5 or most advance digital infrastructure- bkash is an interesting blend being targeted at mpt3 and 2?- please note we need to understand how the world’s greatest fintech experts at ant finance and bkash interface with all of jack ma’s and brac partners other interests

World Record Book of Jobs Creation - chapter 1 version 7.18

Thank you to the world's greatest job creators Sir Fazle and Jma- and the greatest conflict resolution mapmakers Xi Jinping, Antonio Guterres and Pope Francis
For the quarter of the world's population living in s asia, job creating independence has been a long time coming.

In 1860 , James Wilson's intervention laster less than a year - the founder of the economist dying from lack of oralk reydratiion; gandhi's 40 year attempt 1906-1946 ended with his assassination

Bangladesh' 46 year progress now depends mainly on friends and alumni of Sir Fazle Abed- the greatest livelihood creator for the world's poorest women; fortunately brac's story is an exponential rising game of two halves- to 1996 having no electricity or anything other than person to person community building to 1996; selectively choosing the best digital partners from 1996 as brac became understood as the world's most collaborative ngo provided you really wanted to innovate solutions that integrated the ultra poorest or indeed those at ultra risk from personal or nature's safety

Over the same period China has also seen corresponding exponential development. But with the huge difference- as early as 1972 the chinese diaspora were the 3rd strongest financial network in the world; they were delighted to inward invest by replicating the win-win trading ways they had already proven across superport islands like HK
singapore, taiwan

1966 Bangladesh sort of became a leapfrog pilot test for China which quickly offered order of magnitude m,ore funding to mobile telecoms and mirosolar. But still it wasnt until 2008 that China fully trusted 3 mega internet ecosystems the BAT (story 2008 - story 2018 china and bangla marry their greatest human tech innovators of girl end poverty)

Up to moon landing, opportunities to innovate were unvenly distributed geographically- eg up to half of the world's peoples had no access to electricity grids
Practical Innovators : value train trasnsformation empowering small eneterprises and community Jobs Creation
In 2018 Jack Ma first took 20% share of Sir Fazle's Bkash part of the world's largest NGO BRAC
Sir Fazle Abed had been job creating for the poorest villagers in Bangladesh (without electricity or other grids : roads, water, telecoms) since 1972 redesigning such markets as finance, agricultural produce, health, education, crafts ; from 1996 he had slowly started to attract some of the greatest tech partners bringing digital connectivity through combination of mobile telecoms and micro solarpower. 1999 brought a university and the start of strategic partners in selected nations worldwide


valuetrue.com: rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk- wanted co-editors of the world record book of jobs creators- you should love travel guides

and be curious why jobs creation not in compass of Guiness Book of records -more it helps to have youth's love other peoples nations/cultures/arts = Olympics spirit

these are the most exciting times to be alive.............................

homethe world's most valuable lessonwhy bat isn't fag world record jobs creatorswrjc sir fazle abedaudrey cheng and girls who codewrjc jack mawrjc xi jinpingwrjc pope francisdoes your nation understand belt road mapping


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links: WRJC E4 Moza: WISE@ (related E2 Sir Fazle E7 Mahbubani W6 Macron W2 Guterres E10 Pres Ghana)
WRJC E3 MA OPEN: Gateway17; DamoCity HanG20 MaOlymics 1 2 . alibabauni.com leapfrogtv.news quarterbilliongirls.com

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China has 20 neighbors and near neighbors so we map world record jobs creators along its win-win trading happily help educators (or congress) in any place translate maps their communities can explore- hwats a map worth 1

(cities inside) China- : NEWS :NorthEastWestSouth

North 3aPolar Belt & Russia NE; 3b Polar Belt (Mongolia) Russia 3c Polar Belt Nordica 3d Landlocked NW neighbors including SCO members

East 1a-greater bay HK*Cross-straits Taiwan 1b Korea*Japan; China 6a bering st alaska-canada-w.coast usa; 10a Mexico & Central am 10b panama , 6b texas, florida, caribbean 6c other us states 10c other latin america inclding Brazil BRICS

W 7a ws China-pakistan-Gulf suez-9a djibouti-ethiopia=egypt 9b kenya .. 9c more africa-eg s africa brics
8 to med sea 7b landlocked w asia4/5 Europe E/W eg China Express

South 1c AseanLandbridge*Asean Pacific 2a China-India-Brics S2b China-India-east-Bangladesh-Asean S2C China India-West (eg pakistan towards gulf)

vote for favorite interviews of world's top job creator -: 1
g20 student union ; curricula of 17 goals ; rough links 2 list

Sunday, October 17, 1999

#br9 kenya martin fisher kickstart

it may odd to introduce martin fisher and kickstart treadle pumps through an obituiary to his co-founder nick moon

-it tells a story of their lifeswork -biggest ipacy kenya-  which has energised trade pumps as a livelihood irrigation tool for small farmers in kenya and elsewhere

irrigation methods are critical but there is relatively little i have been able to find on their impacts in community-based approaches ti ending poverty- ie the sme value chain of irrigation and which agricultural; crops it is needed for -of course 2 issues that immediately come tio play is where is the climate etc supportive of manual pumping of water across small plot farms

skoll foundation on discoverung kick start once released news that this could be one of the biggest solutions to scale- i dont think it has lived up to that but still wonder why not- if i understand corectly kickstart is far bigger in kenya than anywere else

maybe that was because nick moon was an exceptional distributor
its also always been an open question - was kickstart's initial purchase too big a price for the smallest enytrpereneurs- what sort of size of small entreprise farm did it kick in - and why wasnt there microbanking allainces to maximise this tool as a franchise- or could it be that in spite of the era when women lead the world in ending rural poverty in tradle pumps case the amlount of energy needed to man a pump is more something that a fit male can energise -another muddle i never got the chnace to ask the right people about was- in kenya the world class microcredit of the 2000s was jamii bora- and itrs duisntinction was as urban youth slum based model though it did branch to rural- i never got as far as understanding what hapened to rural chanels for credit in kenya- by about 2005 mpesa had chnaged the landscsape for ever in terms of being the first digital finacial channel for the poor and specialising in remitatances from urban kenyans to their poorer rural failoies- did safara is the microbusiness solution partner of mpesa ever maximise its possible synergies with kickstart

if you read this and know the reserach has been done - plesse tell me chris.macrae@yahoo.cio.uk how to link it - i am very concerned about kenmya because the local commuity knowledge that used to circulate through microbanks owned in trust for the poorest seems to have disappeared with the re-ownership of jamii bora- tuhe question yunus akwats trained everyine in - are you contunuosly redesigning to access the next wave of poorest- its always easier/more profitable for a banker to serve not the very poorest and ideed bankl customers also trend towards asking why are we subiding the poorest whose small gtranscations in the pre-digitaal world used to be uneconomic to bank for

it may also be that is very little to differentiate treadle pumps - i dont know if that is the case but i have heard 2 rumors

the origin of the treadle pump as an end poverty tool may have been broght by paulm polak originally to banagldesh and this may have started aropund 1974- that date is significant because when muhammad yunus fitrst took his economic stidntes outside the classroom to end poverty in the vilages it uis rumored that itrrigation was one of the areas he experimented with before hoiming in on microcredit- reaons for thinking that is highly likely are that it was to combat a fanine taht had killed a million people that yunus made his lifechanging move

of course the fact that yunus had involvement with treadle pumps but from 1983 they never featured as one of his major microfrnachsies agian raises the question:
wss tyhere a missing microfranchise market one size up from what the village mother could afford to invest in
or was there something about climate or plot size that makes ned poverty farming so different in bangaldesh than kenya - i can imagine it may be because a lot of bangladesh has monsoon periods with too much water and maybe the rice economy doesntg need tradle pumping - again if anyine has sources on agriculture crips to end poverty by country anmd but what approprate tech tool if any is needed that would be great to map

that siad the ebst way to celebarte nick moon's life may be to help martin fisher calrify where kickstart could yet be scaling - as you can see from the story his hq is in san francisco - not that far from the head quiarters of skoll - ankother reason which has always confused me- why do the 2 famopus catalogues of social entrepreneurs ashoka and skoll actually make it easy to understand which solutions could be scaled to places they afre noit being used or by better knowledge of what parters afre needed eg between micrbanking and micro agriculture value chains

again i wonder why the rister of microcredits and small farmers that whole foods maintans at wholeplanet doesnt seem ever to open source the sorts of learning students of teh sustainability geenration need to make sure that no pump is left unturned where it could be part of sustainability agriculture and the collabiration race to end poverty

Dear Friends,
 
I am writing with a heavy heart to let you know that our beloved KickStart Co-Founder and Board Member, Nick Moon, lost his fight against leukemia on October 10th, 2018.
 
I was with him at the end, in the UK surrounded (in person and on the phone) by his loved ones. He was diagnosed in June, after feeling, ‘a bit under the weather’ for a few months. So he reluctantly left his home in Kenya, and went to the UK for treatment. The treatment was excellent, and his extended family was there to support him. He fought hard, as he always has, and he kept up his spirits, and the spirits of all those around him, as he always has. He survived through multiple rounds of chemo and immunotherapy. And he wrote stories from his life, to pass the time.
 
But in the end, the cancer wouldn’t give up, his body couldn’t take anymore, and a pneumonia set in.  And then, all too quickly he was in the ICU, his voice was gone, and his family and friends raced to see him. But he rallied once again, as Nick always has, and on his last night, buoyed by a blood transfusion and drugs, Nick was back briefly, he awoke with a smile and started singing, and dancing in his bed, we played music, talked about old times and assured him about the future. And then after a while, he told us, “class dismissed” and he waved us all away. And in the morning, while listening to the final words from those who so loved him, he peacefully passed away.
 
As I think most of you know, Nick and I met in Kenya in 1986, and we worked together at ActionAid, for 5 years, before we co-founded ApproTEC, which later became KickStart. 
 
Nick always recognized the inherent drive and potential of every person he met, irrespective of their background, or their position in life.  And it was this belief that drove us to start ApproTEC/KickStart. Because as we worked together, we realized that the only real solution to poverty, was to give millions of people the chance to tap into that drive and potential, to start a profitable businesses, and to earn a lot more money. So we founded ApproTEC/KickStart with the simple mission: To lift millions of people out of poverty—quickly, cost-effectively and sustainably.
 
Nick was a carpenter, a builder and an entrepreneur (I was an engineer) so he taught me about construction and business. And we started with our stabilized-soil-block-press, and our fiber-concrete-roofing-tile making machines. Thousands have used them to start new businesses. But then we ran short of funds, so we designed our domed-pit-latrine-slabs, and we manufactured and installed over 40,000 of them in refugee camps in Northern Kenya. A huge task that only Nick’s organizational, technical and leadership skills made possible. Then we designed the sunflower oil-seed-press and the hay baler and pretty soon the MoneyMaker irrigation pumps. I went back to the USA to raise the money, and Nick stayed in Kenya, where he led the large scale expansion of our program and our impacts. The rest is history, bringing us to where we are today, with well over 1.3 million people who have now used our tools and equipment to climb out of poverty. And many, many millions more who have benefitted from the houses and schools built with our machines, the oil and hay pressed, and the huge amount of food grown with our pumps.
 
But without Nick, his drive, his talents and his leadership, none of this would have been possible, and there would be no KickStart. So all of this is his legacy!! And all of us, and so many others, owe him a huge debt of gratitude!
 
But, for those of us who knew him better, it was his passion for life, his sense of humor, his always upbeat attitude (whatever the situation), his deep interest in and caring for everyone he met, his amazing story telling and his love for his family and his friends, that really made Nick the man he was! So it is the many, many hundreds of us, that he touched personally; his family, his colleagues, his friends and his acquaintances (however briefly he met them) who are the ones who were truly blessed to know him.
 
Now Nick has left us to a better place, but his legacy will live on-and-on, through all whom he has touched, all whom he has helped (and that his work will continue to help), and most of all, through his beloved family, his colleagues and his friends.
 
It is really hard to say goodbye. But it was so good, and we were all so lucky, to have known him!
 
Thanks and best wishes to all
Martin
 
P.S. – Not surprisingly, there has already been an outpouring of support and cherished stories from those of you who had the privilege and pleasure of knowing Nick. Please forgive me if I don’t respond and know that it means so much to read these recollections!
 
P.P.S. - A service is scheduled for October 24th in Camberley, UK, near Nick’s family home. If you are local and would like to attend, details will be updated on this page.
 
 
Martin J Fisher
CEO/Co-Founder
KickStart-International
USA, Kenya, Tanzania, Zambia, Malawi,
Mozambique, DRC, Zimbabwe, Ghana,
Nigeria, Mali, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia,
South Sudan, Uganda, Rwanda  
 
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San Francisco, CA 94103
 
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Thursday, October 7, 1999

AFRICA LEADERS QUESTS JB ROUND TRIPS

microfranchises correspondence welcome - chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk From Entrepreneurial Revolution's search for microfranchises  started in The Economist in 1972:
Born in 1999, Jamii Bora was inspired by the 
Bangla Microbanks- Grameen and BRAC - the pro-youth economics significance of which can systematically be audited to the extent that they turn value chains bottom-up. Jamii Bora benefited from perfect timing becoming the first microbank to fully automate transactions through mobile connectivity. This has helped Kenya become one of the world's top 2 ILABS- partnership networks in generating microfranchises which mobilse open technology's opportunities to end poverty. Help us to catalogue these.
Born of the new nation of Bangladesh's extreme poverty in the 1970s, these banks lead the world of pro-youth economics through the the number of replicable microfranchises they innovate - catalogue of where to help develop this curriculum. Furthermore, since 1996 Bangladesh became the first place to attract partnerships in mobile village solutions to all the most vital needs youth and families have to be sustainable
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help worldwide youth  networks action learn how curriculum of Jamii Bora's founder Ingrid Munro makes one of top 10 networks for womens livelihoods

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young people in kenya helped co-create more end poverty solutions out of kenya of the 2000s than almost anywhere we can think of- please update us - ihub continues as the contents benchmark hub and with ushahidi the continents main open source software
mpesa provided a world class breakthrough - today it has inspired the world's largest cashless bank www.bkash.com in bangladesgh which recentky attracted a partnership with jack ma
wangaari maathis network put green networks on the map- and gave unhabitat hq in kenya something to be prepaid of - unhabitat is going through a wonderful tranfromatin - watch this space
bridges international and moringa are two world class education models
kenya hosted what was we think the only world social forum lout of africa
kenya is the origin of the pateunt capiatl network of jaqueline novigratz
but sadly jamii bora is no loner the bank owned and run for youth in slums- please report on it
we are also unclearn - need reports - on whether idm award to nanocredit is still saving the world and how the second lady's womens finance netwirks are moving on
7 Wonderful Roles of Africa's Most Human Communications Alumni with thanks to associate reporters at http://africanidol.tv ;

Mandela Elders -education core to Gandhian peaceful revolution  beyond top-down professions
Samara- Europe's leap out of dark ages by communications so I gave Africa a free satellite
Ibrahim (and Barro) - Benchmark places & sectors responsible leaders by & for future of Africans
Julian Kyula  - Nanocredit -design most urgent telecom networks around those in most urgent local needs
Toure ITU - who in united nations and out of africa understand telcommunications for good
Women4Empowerment - Naila's stories  1 2  3  4   5   6   7  8   9 more at www.womenuni.com 
YP/Young Africa Society - 25-35 professionals most connected, educated world has ever enjoyed- millennials' goals #2030now 
help us map where and how else african youth are helping connect worldwide youth in job creation and sustaining the planet out of every community
breaking in 2014 - cape town -back in 1999 Gorbachev had a dream of connecting world youth capitals with annual summits of nobel peace laureates- after 15 years of rehearsals this networks best for youth sumits are due to celebrate mandela cape town october 2014 and all african american and youth diasporae Atlanta Nov 2015 -what would you like to connect
21st C best observations to date:
Kenya JB, Mpesa, ILAB, crowdmap, noanocredit
Joburg Free University, Free curricula of entrepreneurship and empowerment from grade 3 up, massive change to apprenticeships and SME capacity
Paris and Africa best jobs/livlihoods news by and for africans and leaders
Ethiopia-DC - club of bottom up value chains for development
Entrepreneurial Revolution curriculum we aim to search out include:
how orphans networks built the safest banking curriculum in africa
how kenya designed the best ILAB for twin youth world trades of open technologists
what the futures of cashless banking and peoples ownership of currency are ten years into the mpesa experiiment
what other future histories criss-crossed first through kenya - eg the world social and economic forum
what other twin capital job creation movements can kenya help to celebrate - 1 all over africa, 2 all over southern hemisphere, 3 all over whole planet


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breaking news - new year 2013- congrats to our friends at jamii bora -http://jamibora.org http://jamiibora.ning.com/
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AFM00 Samara and AfricaStar and Yazmi
AFM10 IHUB/Ushahidi
AFM11 MIT Media Lab Africa
AFM12 MIT D-lab and Abdul Latif with Toyota
AFM121 Polak last mile multinationals africa –eg green energy and clean water distrib
AFM13 Ibrahim Foundation
AFM14 Africa24tv
TB1 Free University and Jobs Schools
TB11 Open Learning Campus Africa
AFM15 Young Africa Society –world bank ypa milennials’ goals 2.1
AFM2 Jamii Bora –end slums youth banking and partner labs
TB20 Primary financial literacy curriculum – eg Afaatoun out of Orphanages
AFM21 Bridges primary schools
TB21 Love of self- empowerment curriculum – eg Maharishi (TB1)
TB22 Coding curricula from primary up
AFM31 Kiva Africa
AFM32 Acumen
AFM33 BRAC African Girl Jobs-creating banking
AFM34 Eagri-Africa
AFM35 African health millennials www –and PIH Rwanda, Free Nursing College Africa
AFM36 Mara Foundation
AFM4 MPESA/Safari
AFM5 Nanocredit
AFM6 USADBC - diaspora association benchmarking african food security value chains
AFM61 –diaspora multi-country celebrations eg AfricaTip (AgeTip)
AFM611 NEPAD
AFM612 Makerfaireafrica
BOM1 berners lee
BOM2 mit every students an entrepreneur
BOM21 MIT100k
BOM3 mit media lab -open source wizard entrepreneurs and new commons
BOM30 Negroponte $100 Laptop
BOM31 Joi Ito
BOM32 reclaim our learning
BOM4 MIT open education movement
BIM41 OLA
BOM5 Legatum
BO51 Legatum millennials and fans
BOM52 networks of cashless banking technolgists
BOM53 innovations journal
BOM6 partners in health/brigham womens hospital
BOM61 value chain networks club inspired by pih and world bank millenials
BOM62 ypchronic
BOM63 GFH
BOM64 Haiti training hospital - connector of neraly free nursing college
BOSF1 Kiva and puddle
BOSF2 Khan Academy
BOSF3 Coursera segment interested in Open Learning Campus
6 years ago needs to be a long time in world of development but we quite like this 2008 format marketplace of ideas- have you seen updates?
help worldwide youth  networks action learn how curriculum of Jamii Bora's founder Ingrid Munro makes one of top 10 networks for womens livelihoods

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