100 times more tech every decade has changed everything - see von neumann alumni; BUT which universities and school systems are helping youth connect PRACTICE most needed for last mile sustainability everywhere children are born to sustainably co-create with; .
..Can humnas design a world in which each next girl born has a good chnace to thrive?Clearly this question was not the purpose of the white men from Europe who from late 1490s set out to acquire places -in new world America via old world Africa and Asia...Scot Adam Smiyh can be read as both the last person to ask this question in would before engines (moral sentiments 1758) and first 16 yeras of engines (advantage of nations 1776) . (Adam's first disappointment was that Scotlan's land of engineer was unable to join in an united states of english speaking freedom- instead america decalred indepndenc leaving Scots ruled by London. iN 1843, Lomdon Scot James Wilson founded The Economist to renew Smith's question - could queen victoria start desiging empire of commonwealth instead of one starving the Irish, stuntiing the peoples of India etc/.The centenary autobiography of The Economist in 1943 recognises that root cause of world war was the then G* most powerful nations had not been addressing this question: when the war ended in 1945 the UN was foinded to have another go at asking this question as well as to reboot advanced economies.It can be argued that about 75 years later, digital UN2 as advanced by Guterres (with quest for digital cooperation beginning 3 months before his 10 year appointment when educatirs reviewing the first year of sdg4 saw a system with no hope of most youth's inclusion- humans didnt not just need goals but transformation of systems connecting every community) Apps that share life critical knowhow multiply value in use unlike consuming up things. It beggars belief that essentially the same 8 empires that misapplied machines 1760-1939 have brought the world to the verge of extinction again by not valuing digital cooperation/learning economics even though we have had satellite coms since 1964 and von neumann 1951 briefed economist journalists on the world's most valuable question what (above zero-sum) good will peoples do with 100 times more tech every decade 1930s to 2020s....You don't even need hi-tech to see how a billion asian women ended rural poverty 1972-1996. At fazle Abed's 80th birthday party a tent went up at brac's car park in dhaka with 5 subspaces - each was like a waxwork's stiry of a decade of progress so you couild see what added to what in what sequence (figures were actually made of paper mashier. We have filed the journey of the 30 greatest cooeprations womens webbed to end extrreme poverty here. Lets hope it reminds those lucky enough to be at the edge of every hi-tech under the sun that the most valauble purspoe (indeed all sustainability goals) needs to go deep into maos blueprinted by hand. Otherwise an algorithm is only as usful as what data it excluded. Abed died decembere 2019 just before guterers started to ask will un2.0and ed3 get digital cooperation right or are we condeming the younger half of the world to be the first extinction generation.What would you do if you were a young economic journalist who had survived his last drays as a teenager as a navigator in allied bomber command burma campaign and in 1951 you meet von neumann in princeton and were instructed on the biggest journalistic scoop ever - train economic journalists to ask what peoples want to do with 100 times more tech every decade 1930s to 2020sI can tell you what my dad norman did, and some of his followers. Dad really liked Kennedy' two sixtoes challges: moon race mostly because staellite telecoms could one day connect all being to share life critical knowhow; and interdepence of a triad of human development - about a tenth out of atlantic 2.0 (ie america) about a tenth out of atlantic 1.0 west europe - over 65% out of pacifi ocean with perhaps 15% yert to identify which coastines to access world trade from (80% being shipped); meanwhile dad spent hos 1950s listening to what peopels wanted - eg as only journalists at borth of eu messina 1955; aged 39 the economits let dad sign one surbvey a yera so 1962 he chose peoples of japan and asia Rising; 1963 peopels of Russia; 1964 brazile and latin america...1969 rainbow alliance of usa;from 1972 dad was alarmed that nixon had taken dolar off gold standards - so he addeed in 40 year future survey focusing particulary=ly of new tech of finance, education and health; by 1976 romanno prodi was joining in translating the entrepeeuirial revolution worldwide communities would need... and from 1884 dad and I tuirned 40 yera futures into a book form - 2025 report listing sustainability deabliens and probable best first and last chnaces to globally and locally brainstorm solutions - of course alumnisat needed to bring down costs of millennails universities to near zero - the opposite of making colege studnts the biggest debt class.While covid makes Asian networking a challenge, I mainly host meetings in ny (eg around Flatiron) or DC region or by zoom; i am interested in people who have a solution they want to mentor 1000 student community builders to apply; speed & scale- if app is really useful you soon get 1000 by 1000 alumni actions for sustainability -12 years ago my number 1 sdg hero started debating 100 times more effective universities and this matched my dad's life work at the economist so this is why- i now believe 1000 mentoring circles can be funded through NFTeds but only where endorsed by United Nations- could this fit with whatever you most want to share?? - more coming at www.alumnisat.com and friends' co-platforms of metacodes.comwelcome from chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk Who do you learn from most? 40 years ago - I co-authored 2025report.com - searching for world's partners in sustainability. After 9/11 I nearly gave up until my friends and I came across Fazle Abed and a billion Asian women's work since 1972. After 15 trips to Bangladesh here's a catalogue of extraordinary partners in sustainability and transforming education

Friday, October 8, 2021

Valuing every person as skills mentor and student 4.1 4.5

 update from erun mariam bracie - at yidan cambridge ocober fest for education

back in 1972 brac's roots started in a community of 100000 people with next to nothing- their homes had been flattened as they were an easy target in paksitan's army attempts to punish bangladesh people for wanting independence -fazle abed had put his life savings into rebuilding the humes nut wht next?

their region was far from electricity grids or telecommunications or any engineering infratstructure

over 50 years this has meant that some of brac's greatest strengths as it  collaboraton and parterships scales from one region to another draw on its orgins and feature such components as

food and last mile health service business training of adults particularly young village mothers

once a maternally-energised entrepreneurial community has earned enough income they have repeatedly asked brac to bring girls education -

 within 10 years of brac ruarl advancement brac started building the largest non government schooling susyem - focused on primary village schools; in abed's 30th yera he started university as a platform ; the first new to the world innovation of brac university was an masters in early childhood- there are at least 2 huge multipluers of that focusd- refugee early childhood services offers the greatest challenges to educators - how to deal with 3 yera old kids with mental health problems; conversely worldwide early choldhood is the biggest missing schooling system -

 for thoe places who beleive investment in children is the greatest asset, this is the greatest market opportunity aligned to celebrating youth as the first sustainability generation- aroumd the world there are at elast 100 million good jobs to create with early chldhood and last mile mental/physical health= whats important is to understand the lowest cost good early childhood school susitable for any place- in 90% of early childhood schools - what the west used to call montessori style sustem - where one teacher in one room coaches 20 kids of ages 3 to 6 to help each other in action learning and joyful celebrations - eg sitting in circle singing songs-its realy iportant that play materials are developed by the lowest cost but happiest ecp system a particular place offers - brac's world centre for this has great partners from its own university roots to yidan prize to lego to cambrdge jesus college; in fact the historic under-representation of research in thsi area means that most pioneers of happuestb early childhood know each other 

 nb because of brac's metavilage origins it is quite feasible for doznes of early childhood schools to be within 10 minutes wlk of each other - so while one teacher being responsible tor a classroom of action learning kids may sound a lot - she has lots of neighbor teachers to share ideas with and usually brac overall vilage services will offer one shared mastercoach per dozen schools - thsi has been particularly important during covid whereb the mental health chalenges for teh etachers have been as great as that of teh childred or the parents ; all of this sis ssuatined by 100% community cuture of rural advancement over 50 yerrs

we can extraploate a 21sr nation or region needs to rause all its communities happiness /safety; the ability to celebrate early childhood schooling is a lead indicator of the community ssutanability and economic morality

women community building solutions through business

valung missing connections refugees need to start up again - nb exciting possibilies in 2021 as gordon brown and dubai unite all un branshes concerned with livelihod training if refugees

Thursday, October 7, 2021


What Skills do you want to APPLy to making life better/sustainable in communities you love most? Here are 36 choices of where to value 2020s network COLLABoration. Rows represent main skill-type -in most challenges to youth as sustainability generation- skills need interaction. Deepest Community Intel mainly inspired by billion poorest women empowerment – 50 interviews with Fazle Abed & Muhammad Yunus.

4 everyone can be lifelong skills mentors and students-

Education is united investment platform across sustainable gen

4.5 Early Childhood 3-6

-biggest missing education solution of 20202s- -in any stressed out community, ECP is first build forward solution – see COLLAB partners  brac ECP

 4.1 Skills education at any age- linear education with standard exam is rich person system if that

 4.2 Primary 7-11 – essential literacies not just read write maths but collab abilities eg consciousness, finance health

4.3 Teens Edu: Many are not best served by classroom to 18- depends on societal reality bridges 12-14



4.4 Leading national university is both most collaborative www SDG and most local in mapping critical priorities

4.6 360 degree luminary panel – so that every discipline actively blends education as what compounds place’s future possibilities

3 health is integral to last mile community development and joy as well as safety of growing up. Extra multipliers of SME and vibrant social spaces

3,2 Last mile Microfranchise doodrdash medicines one community worker per 300 families -earns trust over decades – lowest cost supply chain and service of basic meds

3.6 60 year knowhow curve now James Grant College Public Health. World’s number 1 college partner in tropical water born diseases – eg cholera, diarrhea

3.3  Continent-wide vaccination skills and appreciation of all mothers- 40 year community learning curve

3.4 World leading system in poor end tuberculosis -thus partner in 21st C Global Fund’s main networks- Abed’s main health partners Gates Soros Kim Farmer.

component of what smart village economics collabs can lead which hi-cost health cities cannot

3.1 Rehydration united every village mother – 90% of developing nation – more than any other public service empowered or powered over

3.5 Integrated frugal community-buzz programs eg WASH (Water, Sanitation, Hygiene)  and MNCS (maternal neo-natal child survival). Because most Bangladesh mothers birth at home – brac supplies 50 cent physical birth kit plus continuous village midwife community training

5 building COLLABS by communities of 100% entrepreneurial employment, inclusion, resiliency, sdg- change

5.1 50 years of metavillage 100000 person prater lab in sdg-entrepreneurship

5.2 40 years of 1 billion village women open sourcing basic village development solutions

5.3 Brac Internet – 25 years of internet as partnerships collab platform

5.4 BRAC University 20 years start up as both university of future public service needed in Bangladesh and co-founder of solutions 100 Asian sdg universities graduates co-market

5.5 Green-smart village exchange networks – drones and other IOT for villages offers unique leap ops as well as local AI data

5.6 Zoom me up scotty cop26 & beyond – during covid 2020s where do virtual world leaders’ summits offer new content for both teach/study and collab entrepreneurs at what age. Adamsmith.app ecop26.com

2 land use for local human energy – food water ecologies

 2.1 Rice science – core Borlaug multiplier rural Keynes far east rising from 1950s and birth of Bangladesh 1971

2.2 Veggie(vitamin) crop science especially to prevent stunting first 1000 days

2.3 Crafts green and cash crops – how villagers start earning currency from 10-35% citizens

2.4 Brac Poultry as value chain creating million livelihoods per 100 million population

2.5 BRAC Dairy as nation leading value chain including smallest time after EU dumped

 2.6 14 Brac Enterprises most relevant for poor to nationally lead in Bangladesh. Total value chain mapping examines 4 levels of market channel leadership – global, national 100k villages, 1 village

1 financial skills for nation systems gearing  family entrepreneurs, every next child’s growth and youth as first sustainability generation

1.1 Total change of aid- no charity where village microfranchises designable- when take grant biggest generational opportunity – eg brac and UNICEF end causes of most infant deaths in tropical villages

1.2 Microfinance plus- brac started banking for poor villagers when thousands of positive cash flow microfranchises in motion

1.3 BRAC ULTRA POOR – started 25 years ago in Bangladesh – now biggest new end poverty movement 2020s

1.4 Brac city banking – small enterprises; young rural-city immigrants; lead nations banking and tech for community investment

1.5 Cashless banking – BKASH partners who links best of mpesa, MIT, alipay, gates fintech- world lead in population served

1.6  Brac International Netherlands- Silicon Valley millennium goal leaders asked Abed to design a global office . It took time to choose Netherlands as greatest partner connector for this as well as remittances which are third of Bangladesh foreign exchange-other main thirds agriculture, garments

Xfactors of tech/AI & women or others intel anchor to private public partners

XW Xfactor Women with PPP

XY Xfactor Youth with ppp

XP Xfactor Poor with ppp

XiIN Xfactor infrastructure eg rural to city with ppp

XG Xfactor green with ppp

XAI Xfactor humanise Artificial intel (all tech OF Industrial Revs 1-4) with PPP

EconomistPoor.com ecop26.com chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk If we take 2020s seriously as last decade to collaborate round prevention of extinction then the xfactors still to be largely innovated are all generations last chances at  united peoples. Our previous last chance was United Nations formed out of World War 2. While there were some wonderful collab movements eg Borlaug crop science during first 15 years after world war 2- something went terribly out of focus in the white empires at Kennedy’s death or soon thereafter. Historians need to clarify why the 70% of humans trapped by the white empires 1760-1945 stopped being supported in transparent moral ways. If we (including design of all media) knew that with much greater human consciousness love/morality etc.  we might make appropriate cultural and deep data choices now on which leaping out of extinction now depends ,. SAT ABEDmooc.com search any of 1.1-5.6 for library of cases and next invitation to leap with COLLAB

Friday, October 1, 2021

missing economies

 what if 2020s crises can only be solved by missing markets 

examples- what's the missing market of climate and 5.5 how do we include green-smart village exchanges in that?

; whats the missing market of last mile health education; 

is 4.5 early childhood play the biggest missing market of all- if 3 to 6 years olds are 5% of humans or 10% of the first sdg generation why is it that the market had almost no research until brac university 2001- here is summary by Erum at BRACied lessons from year 20 of abed partners in early childhood delivered at yidan prize /jesus college cambridge review today

longer research paper at june early childhood play in rohinga/myanmar