American legacy on human sustainability.........LiveDairyMay2015..................................... during era 1946-2030 of spending 4000 times more on commns: 1969 (moon landing), 1976,1983, 1990, 1997 -5 curiosity crossroads to global social value which www millennials most needed America to mediate openly and recursively -diary of whihc american uni are worth global youth's time - eg columbia ny2010: remembering UG and ER. 1843: James Wilson founds The Economist to end hunger, throw out vested interests from parliament, question biggest decisions of industrial revolution transparently ahead of exponential impacts..queen victoria liked idea-dispatched james to calcutta to reform raj economics where he died 9 months later due to lack or oral rehydration- his son-in-law walter bagehot took up challenge of reforming English constitution; 130 years after James launch it occurred the economics editors that the post-industrial revolution of the internet generation would need even more bottom-up entrepreneurial mediation if millennials sustainability and end poverty were to continue unite the human race. If James were alive today we think he would be editing moocs on Preferential Option Poor- by health, agriculture and you tell us -isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com

Thursday, January 1, 1970

maps of borderless world- where sustainability's best knowhow solutions were netwirked by worldwide millennials

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I've researched innovation in over 50 of world's largest corporations but BRAC is:
the most purposeful organisational system with the best brand chartering
the most colaborative network of partners sustained over the long periods development expoentials need
in terms of end-poverty impacts/solutions that it empowers womns with, the most borderless ( and largest ) ngo
and it all started from bottom up disaster relief a year after new nation of bangaldesh was born poorest ineastern world in 1972 -when a local cyclone kiled half a million people and suir fazle was last infrastricyor e left (at time working as the shell oil's multinational man in bangaldesh)

 brac did not rush to go international and apart from neighbours waited until 21st C of digital communications before it started replicating its most live saving francvhises:

its a mistake to map brac as  like any micricredit organisation you may hear advocay for- although in bangladesh it now serves 8 million village mothers with microcredit plus, and has the most complete presence as a development bank in any nation that I have analysed : microcredit, urban poor bank, cashless and remittances banking

from 1972's disaster relief bangladesh to paulo-freire inspired action learning and mentoring to earning the world's poorest village mothers womens trust as a community health service network -this became the greatest womens social network ever, as it promised to train women up for livelihoods at the lowest cost possible(what the loans were taken for, and savings were taught in the same pocess) and in most cases brac could guarantee a hard working village lady sales as it sought to design whole markets value chains around the poorest; ultimately this ownership invested back its surplus: in the local producers and in becoming a sustainable enterprise- BRAC's sir fazle abed says his dream is to become 90% independent of aid; the 10% enabling brac to take on the most innovative projects aid ever sponsors

we will come back and comment on some other borderless maps - but we find that fans who cheer on the race of bottom-up end poverty and job creating economics tend to linkin across borders as they find each other- george soros probably first found dhaka when he was world's first to invest in mobile partberships with pooerst villagers actually enabling muhammad yunus netwiorks in 1996 to launch gramen phone

but over the years soros has found brac far more replicable in the places he wanted to invest in like west africa; or in the community markets he wanted to support like healthcare (esepcially end tuberculosis) in which soros has helped unite partners in health and brac as the 2 world leaders in building health care systems out of nothing otherb than had working vilagers

moreover our top picture shows 2014 NY celebration when grameen's first female director Naila Chowdhury www.women4empowerment.org of mobile mothers partnerships at grameenphone 1996-2012 awarded sir fazle the UN star prize  of www.fashion4development.com applauded by over 50 first ladies and open technologists

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ATL? staging the most scalable and game changing millennials network in 2015's year of sustainability? Other nominations welcome


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