.Abed BRAC: Small may be beautiful but in Bangladesh large scale is absolutely essential...
development of rural - pre-digital
development of rural with digital
tour 1 bangla 1st quarter centry - what would pre-mobile world have missed if bangladesh had never become a free nation 1971 -until 1946 the world's most trusted economists believed their purpose was designing systems so next generation could empower and accelerate end of poverty- then in 1946 men started doubling worldwide communications spends until moon landing 1969; what happened in the next 3 years out of Bangladesh in east and the West's 2 main english speaking countries was a momentous time for unacknowledged giants, the future of girls and the sustainablity of all of us.
special thanks to Women4Empowerent (W4E) & these Millennials in association with top 30 pro-youth economics capitals survey - AMM (Americas)- Yabt, TIC, IADB, 500women ENS the global university of social value -Catholic POP valuers including Farmer fans of GHD; ASM (Asia) - Muslim youth followers of Muhammad Yunus and Abed; gandhians at Lucknow; Global health youth leaders at Tokyo Univeristy; AFM (Africa) Idol, Mandela Extranet partners, Yazmi and W4E partners; worldwide youth summit groups of Athgo, Atlanta and World Bank Youth Summit, and fans of WorldBank Tedx; 4th sector mapmakers, millennials of sustainability if you have a coursera mooc account we welcome your additions to our health wiki
system transformation still to solve end slums - nairobi with bangladesh's experience can resolve this
while the solutions now exist - finding investors will need mobilisation of both world's most powerful women and their connection with world's most mothers
there may be as many as 25 bottom-up billion-to-serve organisations to design - from bank a billion to energ-a-billio to clean water-a-billion to personal safety-a-billion to school-a-billion - western psychiatrist Paul Polak (who presented his latest book at MIT Feb 2014) and who has also devoted his life to solution for Bangladesh has one of the most exciting lists of 25 most needed bottom-billion organsations
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