specific livelihood references like these 1 2? why shouldnt every youth have a youth ali or efounder in china 1 2 ?
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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||..|
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
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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
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
|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
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
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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)
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health is primary sector to develop country and create jobs -NB opportunties to expands productive working lives from under 20 years (eg modal life expectancy 30) to 45 years eg modal life expectancy 65 or over
in fact one way to define transition beyond an undeveloped country is one in which such health services are delivered to reach modal life expectancy of 60+
As John Mackey clarifies: one charscteristic of world record jobs creators is they celebrate highly meaningful purpose in the markets their skills relate most to.
bangladesh is benchmark example of 100+ million person country which as newly independent nation in 1971 was so poor that average life expectancy for over 80% living in rural areas was in low 30s; in part this average was due to over a quarter of infants dying of diarrhea before age of 5 and another 15+% being so malnourished that brain did not develop fully during first 1000 days. Health and then education were services that BRAC helped village women to build from next to no resources. For Keynsians, who had identified ending village poverty as the greatest problem , the ;life work and knowledge that sir fazle abed has shared makes him the deeper living innovator of human development.
Sir Fazle Abed innovated the greatest systems challenge of entrepreneurial revolution -namely blending the west's 4 main organisational constitutions so as to p[revent compound risks [reventining sustainabiloity of a networked world:
Instead of the worst of each model, he designed the best . So like a company he demanded organisational design with ;positive cashflows, but unlike a stockmarketed company the (contunuus improvement) goal was not profit extraction but investing in accelerating service of an unique purpose such as raising life expectancy through infant and maternal health care services empowered out of each village, Instead of top down government, his boltom-up networks innovated (technolgy etc) Preferential Option Poorest (POP!). And instead of believing the smartest professionals could sit in a cosy office, he valued professions who action learnt with the poorest in the field (the paulo freire ideology).
Sir Fazle innovation model involved microfranchises. Experiment small until you have a model that is effective, efficient and expandable - then scale big. BRAC's first massive scaling was oral rehydration - an infant health service solution which is all about a mothers knowhow - serve boiled water, sugar and salt solution in right proportions to save a baby from death by diarrhea. Seeing that BRAC could do this it became the preferred bottom-up partner for over a hundred microfranchises in the pre-digital age to 1996. Bangladeshi villages were also first in the world to experiment with partners in mobile leapfrogging. BRAC is one of the extremely few world leading microfranchisers to transform through age of pre-digital grassroots networking to the blended networks that have become universally mobilised digitally (Industrial Revolution 3 and 4)
When you are building a helth service from nothing, it becomes natural to segment health services around clusters of microfrabchsie solutions that can be served by a para-health professional who is prepared to live in a village (without electricity etc) instead of requiring fully qualified profesisonals for every sort of eg nursing service. Moreover the type of top class nurse used to eg electricity and clean running water isnt necessarily capable of functioning in a village environment. It turned out that hundreds of thousands of livelihoods could be franchises out to para village health workers as women started to develop rural Bangladesh.
Segmenting health services so that they reach the poorest is an opposite process top building a singl-centre city based health service. Aravind from India provides one of tghe clearest examples of why a microfranchsie needs every bit as much trail and error in developing a complete service routine as a McDinalds. The difference is the purpose is not to extract more and more money out of the community Aravind Eye Hospital
Unfortunately top--down aid really doesnt have the local design access needed to develop microfranchises. It thus fails to relentlessly build communities lout of [poverty and misses all sorts of valid local livelihhod and learning opportunities. No wonder Sir Fazle was celebrated as the wporld's first education laureate by WISE and that research published in his honor was called Learning for a Living.
Over 46 years BRAC has become the largest NGO and world favourite partner in any purposeful microfranchsie anchored to ending poverty and maximising female empwerment round life shaping services. Those who insist on seaparting development of finacial services from health and learning-connected-to markets designed round inclusiion of livelihoods for the poorest are not likely to have a passion for joib creation and certainly are not going to be able to end the most broken systems that trap people in extreme poverty.
In 2013, Ebola provided another chilling reminder of how basic health service is as a driver of economic growth. A lot had been spent on growing the economy of liberia but not enough on basic last mile health services. So not only did thousands of people die of Ebola but the economy was retarded many years because it had been grown with out sufficient health service foundations. And whilst most neighbouring countries spent heavily to prevent contagion reaching them it became clear that they were missing grassroots capacity which would have made protecting theirepopes from ebola much more economical.
In the 1990s solutions to combating Tubercoluosis developed by both BRAC and Parners in Health turned out to have many lessons. First the front line health servants for preventing infectious diseases are best recruited from those who survived the disease. Secoind it really deosnt make logical let alone moral sense to say that some infectious disease are poor peoples ones that cant afford to be served whereas others are diseases that impact the rich and are therefore medically economical to treat. Without the grounded networks of BRAC , Partners in Health, Medicines sans Frontieres, plagues might be the greatest risk to the hyperconnected net generation. This is not to say that we have anywhere near enough health service jobs distributed out of every community to be secure. The failure to date of extending basic health service knowhow to schools and teenage adolescent health curricula is still a big risk. But lets follow George Paton and the Lancets advise and quickly turn it into a peer to peer curriculum offering teenagers a lot more skills in health than 20th C schoolingt deemed necessary.