welcome from chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk living near bethesda's national institutes of corona-scared society-old homepage here: who do you learn from most? - in my case 4 generations of my macrae family tree who have lived or worked in most nations of the world .. work example: at worlds biggest ad agency i met a lot of powerful leaders but never have i been more privileged than 10 hours with fazle abed over 10 years of visits to bangladesh
Stories of how 3 asian teenagers - gandhi, abed, ma -changed the world by translating the language of english empire into a dynamic that lived up to einstein's humanisation of science as well as scottish hopes for machines and man started up 1760 glasgow U by first engineer watt and first economics mapmaker smith
livesmatter human development seven 5-point wonders - thanks to legacy of fazle abed
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BRACscholars- How did world poorest women (Bangladesh) build the world's number 1 sustainability goals economy? ..resilient community building plus
rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk contribute end poverty case for finance health education or other
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 aka girl empowered triple win edutech-healthtech-fintech

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

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other national markets ..
international financial services remittances to bangladesh ---- partner funding for bangladesh and 13 countries - global club of "good" banks
other sdg priority coalitions of each of last 10 schol yeras to 2030combating genocide and forced replacement
livesmatter.city tour 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
help needed to map tours to universal vaccine coalition and other shared maps of sdg races and livesmatter.city
check out curriculum of entrepreneurial humanity started the economist xmas 1976

curriculum of entrepreneurship for humanity started in the economist 25 dc 1976


,,Learning, and social-economic action networking, around BRAC=the world's largest NGO partnership economy is a unique pursuit.
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Friday, December 31, 2010

  2007 Projects launched in 2007 included the establishment of postgraduate programs in child development at the Institute of Educational Development at BRAC University in Bangladesh, and technical support for analysis and the development of policies for young children by the Ministry of Education in Liberia. 

soros organised first 2007 session innew york Q&a with sir fazle about timebrac usa launched with columbia u mailman and brac uk ans coonnetheland hq for remittance and intl projects - link https://www.opensocietyfoundations.org/voices/what-brac-is-doing-for-the-poor

2006 p69  Soros: “Tuberculosis is curable and its eradication attainable.” In conjunction with the publication of Public Health Watch reports on TB policy, OSI sponsored media roundtables to draw attention to the disease. OSI’s founder and chairman, George Soros, personally joined BRAC’s chairman, Fazle Hasan Abed, in awareness-raising efforts, including visits to shasthya shebika and tuberculosis patients in rural Bangladesh in December 2006. “Tuberculosis is curable and its eradication is attainable, but it remains largely neglected globally due to low levels of awareness,” Soros said at a BRAC center in Dhaka. “Drugs are widely available. All we need now is more awareness campaigns with the participation of nongovernmental organizations.” “We want the government to know that there are a lot of people getting involved,” Chowdhury says. “Traditionally, the TB establishment is a closed group—the doctors, the medical establishment, the WHO—and it is not exactly user-friendly. Our task is to let these people know we are watching them. In Bangladesh, the government recognizes this and is paying more attention to the quality of services


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tb case more details from page 25 of this paper

BRAC, Bangladesh28 BRAC is probably the world’s largest NGO, providing basic health-care coverage for 100 million people, in addition to microfinancing, agricultural and educational activities. It has more than 70,000 health volunteers working in village organizations in all 64 districts of Bangladesh, and in seven other countries in Asia and Africa. BRAC has partnered with the National Tuberculosis Program (NTP) to create an innovative program to diagnose and treat TB, covering 86 million people. The program’s patients sign a bond and deposit 125tk (US$3.50), which is returned in full when they complete their treatment. Drugs provided free by the NTP are distributed by village health workers. As a result, by 2007 TB case detection rates had risen from 25% to 84% and cure rates had risen from less than 50% to 93%.

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