latin america sustainability expertise : imperative americasmi world bank pierini 2010: 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

Wednesday, December 31, 2008

2008 could twin suster capitals be surprisng joyful answer to world recogbition that us banking is sustaining anyone elast of all americans

The Economists Unacknowledged giant Norman Macrae penned his last leaders for co-publication dhaka and dc students and women4empowermnent networks of open learning dec 2008 -click souvenir brochure celebrated at The Economist boardroom remembrance party 2010
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PARTNER WITH PUBLISHERS World Record Book -and games - of Job Creation
father unfunsihed project- how open learning between suster capitals could sustain millennails -helpus search for emergiing clues as human race rises to 4000 times more spend on global communication tech 2030 versus 1946



MY EXPLORATORY VIEW
yazmi need to stay in top platforms of what is a trillion dollar market or 64 trillion dollars if like my family you see open learning as only orbit bank to millennial sustainability; in my concept yazmi doesnt need to be as big in turnover as say khan but far bigger in mutliplying goodwill and how millennials map way above zero sum direct trades- (ushahidi kenya is developing world leader but it does have some senior staff in dc -basically ushahidi is a gps twitter tool but  only scales projects through youth ihubs that are governed to be all the as happiest of youth tech wizardry) - my understanding is stefanos family is trying to be ethiopia portal into that and is looking for ethiopians biggest crop project that intel could help turn big data to small farmer advantage (which with one pop stars signing invest 10% in agriculture out of Ethiopia last years and performing with jim kim and apple Believe in yourself | D'Banj | TEDxWBG)- could have tested if dc and addis aba truly are sister cities (i realise its a poison chalice ethipains have as being biggest diaspora in the most anti-youth capial but..,maybe only yazmi is worldwide enough to bridge such duets)

happy to be corrected- to date all dc's feed future public-private partenerships leave youth out! in a magical way yazmi learning cant leave youth out of PPP


 trusted most by top 10 curricula designer - eg the kim/farmer/abed trio who knowhow tens of millions of girls could save healthcare- probably 10 hours of radio broadcasting aimed at sorting out which primary school teachers wanted their students to graduate into community health would be what needs to be taped first with farmer and kim 

i think my tokyo friend can navigate japans best

if we work on both side of mit and abdul latif saudi (my friends best ex japan partner) then that can be a second top 10

if we can get one of above 2 then it will be easy to explain yazmi to sir fazle abed especillay as brac is mit in dhaka and now the world largest cashless banking thanks to mit-legatum (dubai) support www.bkash.org

I am desperate to search s.korea now i realise that china is a separate entity- however a new zealander who started applying my dad's mad open elearning logics in 1984 sold 10 million books to chinese parents with surprising impacts in some localities as well as chinese superports like singapore - so maybe i can do better in a few weeks

googlie
as testimony to their fathers work the yokoi family are passioante about indonesia
back in 2013 china overtook usa as largest SME direct exporter with 40 billion dollars of direct exprts - its projected to grow 4 times by 2018 with usa less than dounble- but what could chnage the game is if makers markets and womens crafts have one export portal - if he understood his mothers work in indonesia this would be what obama spend post 2016 on

naila given your relations with gates foundation and turner foundation -which one or neither would ever collaborate with open learning- and if neither what is the startyegy og woen empowerment, un and open elarning since sustainability is a load of greenwash when its not action learnt

I can get into any mad avenue agency and confront them on greenwashing but I need partners to scare them out of image and back to reality -sopmething I have edited many journals and books on but now need to make sure The Economist is retrained on in time for 1ts 175th anniversary of emdiuating end poverty in 2018





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