how'd you like to search WRJ blog by value chains eg vc1 money vc2 AI & human tech vc3 health vc4 arts and communities happy stuff including olympics vc5 girls safety vc6 education for livelihoods vc7 food as nutrition security & diversity vc8 infrastructure for win-win trade maps vc9 true media
breaking the last empire : americans need to vote now are they separate and superior speciesn OR are they like the rest of the 8 billion of us? new summer 2019 : drucker ::::60 years ago dad, norman macrae, started the first of 100 conversations on AI (Artificial Intelligence), He had just surveyed how Japan was rising (lifting potentially Asians everywhere out of colonial era poverty) round brilliant engineers (bullet trains, container superports , microelectronics, the most reliable engines in the world) - from tokyo he brought back a pocket calculator- what would schools and the world be like if everyone had one of these?

Within a few years the world was debating if tech helps man reach the moon is there any mission impossible on earth.
5G 2020s (4 3 2) 1 G 1970s
And Gordon Moore of Intel had just written a paper promising that microelectronic engineers would improve tech 100 fold every G decade to 2020s -that's a trillion fold more powerful microchips in 2030 than man raced to the moon with. So who's knowledge should teachers and everyone linkin to now if millennials are to be the first sustainability generations and THE UN 17 sdgs are to be celebrated as possible wherever the next girl is born. We welcome your nominations: here are a few examples back from the future of 2030 followed by an approximate chronological order. If in doubt as to whether we know your favorite WRJC please search this blog and mail us chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk if we have left someone out

Friday, November 30, 2018

How education is designed fascinates me. You can see that the most exciting examples of education free girls and boys to believe in each other’s capabilities to make the most of life for each other

Nature ( a cyclone that killed half a million people) caused Fazle Abed to devote his life designing the most exciting livelihoods education girls have ever networked. A geography teacher caused Jack Ma to become the greatest livelihoods educator boys and all technologists for the community have ever seen. We will review hundreds of educational connections you can help them linkin in through every community if youth are to co-create the first sustainability generation 
I am fascinated by the purpose of markets (eg health food banking water energy waste homes transportation mobile space arts sports internet nations (supercities, global villages)  worldwide trading routes …). Why? Because Keynes explained the way we the people design markets will determine whether the human race is sustainable or not.

Being responsible for five fifths of humanity is a big challenge. Instead of the scary foci of false media we wish the world celebrated its good fortune of current quality of leadership of xi jinping representing how china’s fifty of  the world’s people win-wins with the rest of the human race, ;pope francis navigation of a fifth of the worlds as fransciscans , guterres integration of five fifths of the world’s people. All three also have the curiosity to help mediate the intelligences of humans and artificials. Something started changing after world war 2. We humans started doubling investments in M-technologies every 7 years. By 2015 we were spending over 1000 times moore. This is why we recommend viewing 2016-2030 is the most exciting time to be alive. As we face the acceleration through 1000 to 4000 times moore we need to innovate systems addressing all 17 sustainability goals. 

You can help us map the search for world record jobs creator.  Please forget nationalism and other ism – who do you  know who is locally helping youth translate and replicate similar sorts of action networking solutions to Abed-Francis-Guterres-Ma-Xi. Which are the top 13 world trade routes to mediate if mother nature and humankind are to urgently win-win out of every community?

The 4 m’s interest me- mother media mediation, meditation. 

Thursday, November 29, 2018

TO BE OR NOT TO BE- ENTREPRENEURIAL REVOLUTIONS LAST CALL
The main purpose of our book is to invite you to join the search for jobs creators between 1946 and 2030. We aim to show this is an exceptional era with communications and computing technology doubling every 7 yeras. Thats a moore's law of 2""12- over 4000 times moore. Inspired by the coming moon landing, friends and alumni of The Economists's end poverty sub=-editor started debating Entrepreiurial Revolution's post-industrial innovation in 1968. On this expoenetial time scale- moon landing occurred at around 10 times moore

4000+ times more  acceleration of innovation over as short a period as 84 years -ie one primarily involving mutual responsibilities of 3 generations -grandparent, parents, and the youth half of the wprld aged under 30 - for each other)-is unprecedented. It will lead to the best or worst of times.

 Best means sustaining 10 billion brilliant livelihoods by 2100. Worst means the extinction of our species will become unstoppable. 2030 is not a precise date for the irreversibility of the connectivity of human trading relations to be so deeply webbed that our impacts on mother earth as well as on each other;s communities and families. Maybe we have to 2037 but we now feel  it is msartre to take 2030 deadline for humanity's final examination as to whether we are linking ever more sustainably or towards the 22nd century seeing the last birth of our species. Nor is this a sudden assesment of expoentual opportyunitry and threat. Our 1984 book The 2025 Report celebrated proable timelines to 2025 if sustainability was to be achievable. In 2018 we are way behind the timelines we had hoped elders would be investing -and empowering through education - in youth by now. But as Nations only united around 17 sustainability goals in 2015, we suggest that the era of 1000 to 4000 times moore gives one good last chnace to work on celebrating sustainability out of every place on the planet.

Sadly it seems to us, historians have largely failed to record job creation as their main story. So let's begin with some jobs creators from before 1946. We welcome your views of whose stories we have missed out - we will feature those we learn from thanls to you at www.EconomistRefigee.com where the 17 sustainability goals are also celebrated as stars to navigate round.

From pre 1946 history we have chosen for started to discuss how these job creators impa ted their alumni.
Mahatma Gandhi - who started the 20th century by calling on his peoples on the south asia coastal belt to free themselves from colonisation. We will discuss gandhi's life as a period of four quarters. Interestingly the third quatyer involved his attempts to redesign a total education system before amplifying his people's call for independence

More than a centtury before Gmadhi's birth Scot Adam Smith had started publishing ideas that mapped transparent explorations of ,markets as a better idea that empire and colonisation. Adam's argument was never really understood in his lifetime. By 1843 another Scot James Wilson had started debating Adam Smith with Queen Victoria with the consequence that she decided ruling over a commonwealth constitution was a smarter idea than slave-making Empire - Walter Bagehot took up Victoria's baton as James died before his time in Calcutta 1860. We would argue that female member so the British Royal family have set the benchmark for empowering women hold up half the sky at the extreme heights of social classes around the world. However for royals to turn a juggernaut like British Empire takes a long time- as wise Eastern anthropologists say the king cant chnage until the people change.

Marco Polo remains to this day one the most extraordinary journalist of exploration. Thanks to hiom we know how old world markets reached a peak of sustainability with an extraordinary overland relay between hundreds of neighbouring regions- the marvelous silk road. Never have grade and cultural interdependence been so well webbed. The Western terminal of the silk road was the ed sea coastal belt and included the birth place of golden rule religions. We would point out Francis and the Clares with their love of networking last mile nature and health as benchmarks. Meanwhile the eastern end of the silk road thrived around spiritual movements -there are a lot of ying and yangs to study if you dare to let you mind roam the confucian way

We encourage the main author of each world record jobs creator profile to weave in any family experiences.We believe families are the core dynamic of building both sustainable communities and win-win world trade.

For example our main editor of valuing gandhi is a diaspora scot whose grandfarter was justice in mumbai for 25 years of mediating Gandhi. His grand parents were pharmacists and nurses -eg kemps corner is still a nighborhood in mumbai.

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Friday, November 16, 2018

#BR2 india privataises space #theeconomist

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  • 5 Space Startups in India – Space Yug

    https://spaceyug.com/5-space-startups-in-india
    Bangalore in India has emerged as India’s space startup hub. Almost all the startups which are focused on space launch or satellite fabrication have a presence or are headquartered in Bangalore. Almost all the startups which are focused on space launch or satellite fabrication have a presence or are headquartered in Bangalore.
  • INDIA SPACE INFRACON PRIVATE LIMITED - Zauba Corp

    https://www.zaubacorp.com/company/INDIA-SPACE-INFRACON-PRIVATE...
    India Space Infracon Private Limited is a Private incorporated on 28 July 2015. It is classified as Non-govt company and is registered at Registrar of Companies, Mumbai.
  • Is it possible for an Indian entrepreneur to start a ...

    https://www.quora.com/Is-it-possible-for-an-Indian-entrepreneur-to...
    But if you are an entrepreneur starting from scratch right now the probability of you starting a private space company is less. If you are already an established entrepreneur in other field and you have the money and you are interested in space industry, your probability of starting a …
  • Why You Should Care About India's New Private Sector Space ...

    https://thewire.in/law/care-indias-new-private-sector-space...
    India has had a space programme for over 50 years now. Led by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), we have acquired the ability to build satellites, launch vehicles and use ground ...
  • SPACE INFRATECH INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED - epromocode.in

    https://epromocode.in/space-infratech-india-private-limited/i10608
    Jul 24, 2018 · Company Overview. SPACE INFRATECH INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED company's registered office is located in Ranchi Jharkhand. Its corporate identification number (CIN) is U51101JH2012PTC000294 and current status of the company is ACTIVE as per the Ministry of Corporate affairs (MCA).
  • SPACE - Make In India

    www.makeinindia.com/sector/space
    India’s cost-effective space programme has launched 51 satellites for 20 countries to date and has the potential to serve as the world’s launchpad. The ISRO has forged a strong relationship with a large number of industrial enterprises, both in the public and private sector, to implement its space projects.
  • Private sector mission new chapter in India space foray ...

    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/indiahome/indianews/article-4967354/...
    The year 2018 will be very crucial for the space sector in India with two Indian missions to the moon boosted by firms breaking the monopoly of the Indian Space Research Organisation.
  • Virtusa Life Space India Pvt Ltd Srinivas Rao Pendyala ...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GnWNSqzN0RI
    Nov 09, 2018 · Virtusa Life Space India Pvt Ltd Srinivas Rao Pendyala | TREDA 9th Property Show 2018 Watch More Business Videos at Indias Leading online business channel ...
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  • Indian Space Research Organisation - Wikipedia

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indian_Space_Research_Organisation
    The Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM), informally known as Mangalayaan, was launched into Earth orbit on 5 November 2013 by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and has entered Mars orbit on 24 September 2014. India thus became the first country to enter Mars orbit on its first attempt. It was completed at a record low cost of $74 million.
    • Established: 15 August 1969; 49 years ago, (1962 as INCOSPAR)
  • SpaceX will launch this ‘Made In India’ private satellite ...

    https://www.timesnownews.com/technology-science/article/spacex...
    An eight-man team including Gurudatta Panda from Odisha has developed a Made In India privatesatellite which will help in communications and will be launched by SpaceX in November this year.
  • In 2018 to date, there have been 72 orbital launches, an average of two per week, from launch pads in China, Russia, India .. ...
    Space.com · 3d
    The project supports the renewed effort of the government of India in accelerating infrastructure growth through 

    Thursday, November 1, 2018

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    Alizila News From Alibaba Group
    E-Commerce News & Commentary from the Alibaba Group

    RWANDA FIRST IN AFRICA TO JOIN ALIBABA-LED EWTP

    Alibaba Group and the government of Rwanda have agreed to multiple bilateral initiatives to promote the African country’s economy through increased cross-border trade, capacity building and tourism.
    The signing of three memoranda of understanding, witnessed by Rwandan President Paul Kagame and Alibaba Group Executive Chairman Jack Ma, took place on Wednesday in the capital city of Kigali.
    First eWTP Hub in Africa
    A major tenet of the agreements is Rwanda’s admission to the Electronic World Trade Platform, the first in Africa so far.  The eWTP provides small and medium-sized enterprises with operational infrastructure, such as commerce logistics, cloud computing, mobile payments and skills training. By doing so, the eWTP allows SMEs the chance to participate in the global economy when that opportunity might otherwise be available only to multinational companies.
    This is Ma’s second trip to Rwanda after his initial visit to Africa in 2017. During those visits, Ma had said he was impressed by the country’s young entrepreneurs and local businesses and pledged to support the growth of the digital economy in Africa. The partnership is a step toward fulfilling that pledge.

    shannon may brjdges international #BR9


                                   
    We've been busy running Bridge nurseries and schools plus supporting government schools and teachers over the last month. Hear about some of the highlights: 
    • A new UK Government DFID report makes landmark findings that parents' income is not related to strong learning in Bridge schools in Lagos
    • Nigerian government teachers celebrate as 7,000 of them graduate from Bridge training
    • The IFC show their support for Bridge at the World Bank's annual meetings
    • We meet Everline, a top pupil sitting her end of school exams in Kenya
    • A London think tank looks at the evidence of our outcomes and praises Bridge's work
                                                                       
    A new UK Government DFID report ‘Learning in Lagos’  revealed that in our schools in Nigeria family background was not correlated to children’s high learning outcomes. The DFID report makes a landmark finding that in Bridge schools children enjoy equal learning benefits. Parents' income, education, and speaking English at home had no link to their children's academic performance in Bridge. The report states: “Students from better socioeconomic backgrounds have higher learning achievement in private and public schools, but not at Bridge schools.” 
                                   
    A London think tank, Centre for Policy Studies, supports Bridge's work tackling the global learning crisis. The author says the global education shortage is a combination of children out of school and children in school not learning. The think tank outlines how Bridge is working to improve the situation: "Bridge schools in Lagos are delivering an education that is both of a higher standard and more equitable than the alternatives."  The author, Oliver Wiseman, goes on to say that "Bridge looks a lot like a good news story: not just more schools in parts of the world that need them, but an approach that appears to be working where others have failed."
    Read the full article on CapX here
                                   
    In Benin City, Nigeria, seven thousand government teachers have been celebrating their graduation into the local government's new education improvement programme called EdoBEST. These teachers in over 600 schools are now educating around 150,000 children across Edo state. The aim of EdoBEST is to improve the state’s 1,500 public primary and junior secondary schools; develop the skills of 15,000 government teachers and impact 300,000 pupils over a 4 year programme. Bridge is proud to be the technical partner on the teacher development and instructional design element of the programme. We are focused on supporting the Government to enhance teacher capacity and capability through a training programme that leverages technology and empowers teachers to improve learning outcomes. 
    Read the full story about EdoBEST here
                                   
    Philippe Le Houérou, CEO of the International Finance Corporation (IFC) was interviewed at the World Bank’s annual meetings in Bali. Houérou outlined why investments in private sector actors are key to the success of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. He expressed his support for Bridge's work saying “I grew up in Africa. It’s a situation of very bad public services in health and education. Repeating the same old recipe and expecting a better outcome is weird. Same cause, same consequences. We owe it to the kids, to the next generation, to try new things. We try with Bridge. I do believe that experimenting is good and we’re using economists to do evaluations." 
    Read more about the IFC CEO's view now
                                   
    The World Economic Forum published an opinion editorial by Adesuwa Ifedi, Bridge Vice President of Policy and Partnerships for Africa. She writes about education reform in Nigeria highlighting the Edo government initiative and the UK DFID report. Adesuwa Ifedi says that what’s underway in the country is a huge boost for children. She highlights how innovative models, strong leadership and higher levels of learning attainment are transforming state schools across the region. Ifedi adds: “Strong political leadership and a clear vision demonstrate that state schools in Nigeria can be high quality, today. A generation of children can receive transformational learning opportunities enabling growth and prosperity in a state where 60% live below the poverty line.”
    Visit the World Economic Forum story
    Meet Everline Sumuni who goes to Bridge Kwa Reuben in Nairobi, Kenya
     
    She's been a Bridge pupil for six years now after moving from her public school. She says: "I was learning nothing. I knew I had to improve."

    Her school is in one of Kenya's biggest slums, Mukuru, which is home to 100,000 people and sits on wasteland by the Nairobi river. Everline is t
    he youngest in her family and currently, she is sitting her end of primary school exam (KCPE). At 14, she is very motivated to succeed, not least by a determination to beat her sibling's scores! She's is on track to score 400+ marks in her exams; which would put her in the top 1% of pupils nationwide.

    Good luck Everline! 
    Read Everline's journey here
    News in Brief
    • The US think-tank Brookings has published a piece by Bridge's Christine Okudi saying teachers can empower girls through sex education in Uganda. 
    • Dr Shannon May, co-founder of Bridge, delivered a keynote speech at the GSG Impact Summit 2018 in New Delhi, India. 
    • Business Fights Poverty have published a piece that looks at the new independent evidence of high attainment and equal learning inside our schools.
    • Why is a weaker teachers union in the USA good news for teachers in Africa? Our Head of Bridge Uganda writes for Impakter magazine.
    • Bright magazine has mentioned Bridge in its long list of education innovations in Kenya.
    • Country Director Marcus Wleh has been talking about the transition of the Liberian government's education reform program from PSL to LEAP.
    • The UK Institute for Economic Affairs posted a blog by an English professor looking at the findings of the new DFID paper Learning in Lagos.
    • Have you seen our shiny new website? Take a look here. 
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