BRACscholars- How did world poorest women (Bangladesh) build the world's number 1 sustainability goals economy? ..resilient community building plus

national financial servicesultra poor grant :: village microfinance plus : : remittances : city bank :; merchant banking for poor ::
village health services village para-health- 10 most basic infant/maternal disease - wash program -- last mile specific solution eg TB
food security agricultural markets rice science other veggies science poultry dairy
digital banking model for up to billion unbanked bkash
childrens education networks

largest non gov provider of primary and pre-primary schools - teen-mentoring clubs -secondary scholarships

BRAC U
other national markets ..
international financial services remittances to bangladesh ---- partner funding for bangladesh and 13 countries - global club of "good" banks
other


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,,Learning, and social-economic action networking, around BRAC=the world's largest NGO partnership economy is a unique pursuit.
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Monday, December 31, 2007

Xmas 2007: we first traveled to Bangladesh to ask whether youth could help transform education and economics around the worldwide goal of ending poverty. In 2009 we hosted a party with brac and grameen directors. Our dreams of learning from both Yunus and Fazle Abed started to disappear as ever more conflicts surrounded yunus. We started to see tech wizards gravitating round BRAC. To remember the passing of The Economist's Norman Macrae the Japan embassy asked Fazle Abed to host 2 roundtables on the future of teach and of Brac University. 2017: Alipay's first published partnership with sir fazle abed. In 20 dec 2019 sir fazle abed died. This brings us to our number 1 search of 2020s - can ali and brac scholars help youth be the first SDG generation?

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