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CAN the world bank and YOU SHARE POP curricula; HEALTH, HUNGER --OPEN LEARNING millennials maps third of century before khan academy
collab at world bank-- Help with DC-Rome Festival of POP - white house 23 sept 2015, congress 24 sept... mobile 240 316 8157 isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com
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Tuesday, May 22, 2018

There are many reasons why every girl should know about brac- world's largest ngo; the leaderr in empowering girls to alleviate extrme poverty
brac is 46 years old- born 1972- its forst 25 were competely nonm-digital working in vilages with no electricity
today grac head office is like the sun with varuous partnring satellites - for example www.bask.com the wporld's largest cashless bank that has recently been 20% acquired by jack ma the world's most extraordiunary fintech and ecommerce designer who wished to help youth achieve their dreams

sultan at http://bigd.bracu.ac.bd/ great that he has his own space to finsd students on any agendas he sees helping brac and jack ma- pit this institute futrther way from head office- bit confused i think sultan said 2 of the main authors of the new hostory of brac are leaving - both the long ternm head of the research unity and the brac uni chiar who also cohosted the sanem evet - all tese people movements to check- poart of the isue of bridge old and young that brac is now at risk at but hopefukly jack ma will tactfully correct through exchngaes etc as un leading includer of youth in everything coree to their generation's sustainability

people at brac heaquarters
sir fazle abed - he briefed 20 friends of brac and girl empowerment and notrman macre foundation at japan embassy 2012
floor 17 is the executive floor where sir fazle's calm but highly concerned culkture emanates
Rana is a most helpful guide answering contact queries to offoicial visitors to bac
sir fazle was the world's and wise's fiorst education laureate 2011- at last meeting qatar nobv 2017 he asked us to coordiunate all education support through dr islam director of education
the education group is on floor x

shameran is the son of fazle abed; he works on the core microfinacial networks of brac as well as reecently linking with Jack Ma nd shaping the deal whereby jack ma takes 2% share in www.bkash.com 1 so that the greatest fintech models for communities and jobs creatoirs are totally colaborating
inside brac shameran's group is on floor x

islam is the director of education at brac- responsible for connections with everyone who makes brac education the livelihood most creating in the world especially girl alumni of brac- as this npr program indicates there are many modes of brac as the largest learning network in the world of community education outreaching to over 140 million peopeple who without brac would have been the world's most poorest in villages (without electricity)

in 2017 a book on brac calloed "Driving Development" was published by about 15 senior managers - this provides a comprehensioce map of who does what at brac hq but not satllite networks of brac

people at brac university 3 minutes walk from brac hq

people at bkash.com  about 30 minutes drive from brac hq
kamil quadir founded bkash; he briefed 20 friends sit fazle abed  and norman macfae foundationat japna embassy 2012 with tech support of brother iqbal at legatum/mit and other greatest wester fintech designers eg nick hughes who fathered mpesa in kenya
to add other satellites of brac

Monday, November 16, 2015

Diary Dates for POP POVERTY

9-11 october 2015 world bank start of year meetings land in Peru, home since 1968 of modern social movements of franciscans (search Preferential Option Poor, Liberation Theology, Gutierrez; home of Jim Kim's greatest heathcare practice innovation -solutions to ending MDR Tuberculosis - a solution in mid 1990s that George Soros ask Partners in Health to replicate in Russian Prisons

 23 September 2015 Wash DC Pope Francis delivers masterclass on end inequality to US congress - with additional celebrations at UN in NY -help further searches at EconomistPeace.com and EconomistDiary.com

Sunday, November 15, 2015

yunus10000 asks : who destroyed the WORLD SUMMIT OF NOBEL PEACE LAUREATES ATLANTA 2015? years in the making , its chairs couldnt agree on what they wanted youth to celebrate with actions first- we have to believe the turner family have been on the right side of millennials - they know mass media black holes- they have some wonderful youth latino anchors at cnn; they have donated more than a billion to try and put youth and women at centre of un partnerships- we'd love to hear reports of where this has worked to empower millennals to co-work on sustainability goals
as for the rest of this mail - it seems like so many dream events muhammad yunus could have inspired - some greedy agents muddled ny some geopolitics they dindt understand and greenwashers destroyed everything millenials want to come and action learn, and multiply alumni collaboration networks around

serial mess; there still hasnt been a true and fair report of who destroyed the 2014 sum,mit intended to celebrate mandela curriculum out of cape town
 March 20, 2014
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Dr. Mohammad Bhuiyan serves as the President & CEO of Yunus Creative Lab, Inc., a 501(c)(3) organization that is based in Atlanta to promote youth and female empowerment, “social business” to solve social problems, sustainability, and the elimination of poverty and unemployment under the guidance of 2006 Nobel Peace Prize winner Prof. Muhammad Yunus. Bhuiyan worked diligently with 2006 Nobel Peace Laureate Prof. Muhammad Yunus, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed, The Carter Center, The King Center, and a number of other individuals and organizations to bring the 2015 World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates to Atlanta. He serves as the CEO of the 2015 Summit.
With over thirty years of experience in corporate, academic, international organizations, as well as the non-profit sector, Dr. Bhuiyan has worked as a marketing executive and consultant for British American Tobacco, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Pfizer, and the United Nations Development Program . His extensive academic administrative and faculty experiences include serving as Executive Vice President and Professor of Entrepreneurship, Assistant Dean, Director, Department Head, Endowed Chair Professor of Entrepreneurship, and other positions at seven universities in the United States and abroad.
His leadership skills have been refined by the training he received at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government, Harvard Business School, Center for Creative Leadership, Stanford University, University of California-Berkley, MIT, Duke University, and the American Council on Education. He conducts many leadership programs for corporate executives, deans, and university presidents/chancellors.
Laura Turner Seydel is an international environmental advocate and eco-living expert dedicated to creating a healthy and sustainable future for our children. She is chairperson of the Captain Planet Foundation, which promotes hands-on environmental education projects worldwide. She works with the Environmental Working Group to limit the toxic chemicals in food, air, water and consumer products. She also co-founded Mothers and Others for Clean Air and Chattahoochee Riverkeeper.
Laura serves on her family’s foundation boards including The Turner Foundation, Jane Smith Turner Foundation, the Turner Endangered Species Fund, and Ted’s Montana Grill. She also serves on national boards including League of Conservation Voters, Defenders of Wildlife, Waterkeeper Alliance, the Carter Center Board of Councilors, as well as serving on the advisory board for the Green Schools Alliance and Ray C. Anderson Foundation. She is a member of the Rotary Club of Downtown Atlanta. Laura lives with her husband and her three children in their home, EcoManor, the first LEED certified Gold residence in the southeastern United States.
DATE: Thursday, March 20, 2014
TIME: 11:45 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
SPEAKERS: Dr. Mohammad Bhuiyan
CEO of the World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates Atlanta 2015
President & CEO of Yunus Creative Lab, Inc.
Laura Turner Seydel
Chairperson, Planning Committee
World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates Atlanta 2015
Chairperson, Captain Planet Foundation
TOPIC: “World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates Atlanta 2015: Gathering of International Superstars”

Saturday, May 23, 2015

studying liberation theology by Gutierrez

G is a Peruvian who helped Catholics across south and central america at end of 1960s think through sustaining peoples in a post-colonising world

 Ironically Muslim Bangladesh was the first nation to scale such values - the soul of all sustainable microcredit networking is built on dna of Gutierrez, and Freire's Pedagogy of Oppressed. It is unclear to us whether any south american country has yet used LOT (and its social action method POP =Preferential Option Poor)

What has happened is that from late 1980s POP and LOT became the culture of partners in health, which sustains extraordinary exchanges between best of harvard medical youth and countries such as Haiti, Peru, Rwanda

 Around 1980 with thanks to Pope John Paul, Poland united to be the benchmark of escaping from Moscow's non-liberating cultures more soon

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

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Tuesday, March 31, 2015

help us turn march 2015 into one hour mooc-style stimulus on preferential option poor (pop)

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some questions why does joy matter to faiths, professions or cultural mediators aiming to sustain relentless interventions by living and learning with the poorest

which professions, branches or religions, types of mediator (eg anthropolgist , nurses?) do you map as offering benchmark cases of joy and hope in the world's race to 1 end poverty, 2 return every community to a sustainable pathway

how do you map alumni networks of paul farmer (and their cross-overs with networks of jim kim and george soros) and where can millennials linkin
what is the POP diary of greatest happenings in 2015
what video would you like to discuss next -chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

Sunday, March 8, 2015

Guide to Preferential Option Poor Models -more at KIMuniversity.com 
in this video Clinton  invites you to explore the idea that bangladesh built its nation- and a revolutionary paradigm for development economics - around preferential option poor models.

BRAC now the world's largest NGO started up as a bottom-up disaster relief agency. Infrastructure around Sir Fazle Abed was all that was left standing after a local cyclone killed up to half a million people. Global relief agencies therefore partnered his network . When the immediate relief was over, Abed was reading Paulo Freire and designed every learning network of BRAC around pedagogy of the oppressed; the simplest primary education system being the village montessori design which BRAC was to go on to build 40000 of across rural Bangladesh.By 1980 BRAC was ready to POP the greatest intervention in live saving health care -over one quarter of infants had been dying of diarrhea. The cure Oral rehydration -a mix of boiled ware, salt and sugar in exact proportions- costs next top nothing to make but you need every networking skill of living and learn with the poorest top scale such a knowledge transfer across 50+ million rural and mainly illiterate family members

 Similarly muhammad yunus demanded Listen with Mother of Microcreditwith the poorest as from 1983 he started sending out hundreds of students to go be barefoot bankers and to weekly practice 16 decisions of grameen cultures with 60 circles of 60 village mothers e

So it was that the east's poorest muslim nation spent quarter of a century from 1972 linking the word's number 1 POP partnering networks around every sort of life-shaping service needed to sustain the poorest. A decade later anthroplogy student Paul Farmer, who had studied the catholic  origins of POP in south and central america, was visiting the West's poorest nation Haiti. What could he do to most serve the poorest in haiti? He decided on becoming a doctor designing Preferential Option for poorest. He commuted between Haiti and Boston encouraging more and more of his peer medical friends to do likewise. Hugely energised POP medics attract each other. Soon Farmer was to find Jim Kim to be as all in as he was.

Arguably the greatest new millennium wonder evolved from 1996- pop 2.1 started up as Bangladesh which was funded by George Soros.  Soros was interested in exploring all greatest open society interventions. He had already discovered the Farmer-Kim duo and had observed Pope John Paul 2 give his compatriot Poles the courage to peacefully break free from Russia's top-down and closed society. Soros was the firt major funder not to be interested in separate projects short term wins, but even he may be pleasantly surprised by the coming meta-connectivity opportunities

Thanks to Bangladesh village womens hi-trust social networks, it became  the benchmark nation to massively explore mobile empowerment for the poorest. It turned out that many of the missing infrastructure grids that the industrial age had trapped the rural poor in could now be leapfrogged. 

Mobile (satellite) phones are cheaper to install nationwide if you dont have a wired up system. Solar is cheaper to deliver if you are off traditional electricity grids. Mobile cashless except for last mile banking is more economical than distributing cash everywhere. Moreover trusted local merchants are far more relevant to rural economy than ATMs. In many many professional services mobile apps and virtual knowhow sharing blended with last mile real training empower hi-trust village networks (such as mothers) to race to end poverty and do this in sustainable ways. Fortunately POP banks are so busy making loans which the poorest use for livelihood training, that their financial savings and loans are ring fenced from any global capital madness like that which Wall Street wasted  2000 to 2015 on. 

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