women entrepreneurs - Safety Health Education Leadership Food Finance ( 534X21)
In 1972 The Economist's sub-editor of ending poverty scribbled a future histiOy survey of the next 40 years going sustainable for communities everywhere. This celebrated the start of The Economist's 3rd decade in mediating Von Neumann's scoop what will peoples do with 100 times more tech ecah decade 1930 ton 2020s
1 billiongirls.com Reality is even more curious than mediating rational optimism
It starts with women empowered to build 100000 person communities at a time - to be self-sufficient, resilient and as safe fir girls as for boys
revolution in aid: mainly with microfranchsdie business not grants but where aid partners were found a world class solution was designed so everywhere (and every type of government and media) came to learn for 1 billionwomens development lab. This matetred because there are endeavors like education and changing infrastructure that neede intergenerationl funding by taxes- cannot be done be private finace bowling alone. Over a generation the wprld poorest community rising women became inspiration researchers of top-down governments, youth's celebrated storytellers and inspired tech wizards to join in the deepest learning human and tech intel can blend
IT HELPED THAT MACROECONOMISTS HAD GIVEN UP (BANGLADESH 8th MOST POPLULOUS NATUION IS BASKET CASE) and the SERVANT Leader (microfrnachise designer) of this 90% rural nation had bene Asia's leading young oil compamny engineer (CEO Royal Dutch Shell East Pakistan). In 3 life chnaging years a cyclone killed a illion people around him; the war of independence killed another milion leavin massive vilage destruction; a famine like no other had begun the nation;s birth. Rice needed to be the first microfranchise; the second microfranchise needed to start building last mile health services to raise life expectancy from 25 below world average.
Back from the 1970s Scaling supply chain for 100000 people microfranchise also meant that women designed the wholesale (value chains) & R&D of national markets that needed to be integrated round development of the poorest. Where this began the poorest village woemn had to network for 25 yeras without access to electricity. Learning was by word of mouth and once lietracy had been gained by practice currculum the women heleped design and teach
By becoming valued as worldwide development lab, from 1996 best partners of village women entrepreneurship broughht mobile and solar. Leapfrog models began to emerge - what if you skipped the age of wiring a contient and went straight to sarellite coms and solar energy. The women celebrated the new millenniums goals by founding a d=girls university valuing both digital collaboration and deepest trust data of renewing communities in such a way that wherever the next child was born she had a good chance at lofe and livelihood.
The question was partly would enough web-based educators join in the transformation and university alumni share their graduates at least on sdg project innovation. The University was designed to serve multiple development visions:
continue to search for world's best partners integrating progress in poorest villages
offer teens of bangladesh as gereat a chalenge in 2010s as kenned's space age had offered american teens
abedmooc.com share 25 collaboration solution 1 billion girls had already found
demonstrate at least 4 solutions that the university could innovate so that female graduates generated 50 million good jobs per research area geared to the most urgent leaps forward needed
If the first (least resourced ) ne millennium university could achieve 4 such collaboration projects - would other betetr resourced universities join in with at elast 1 50 million good jobs innovation that their girls graduates share with girls alumni of the 2020s in time for the sdgs to be reality not greenwashing> Fazle Abed spent much of his 19 new millennium years debatung this with every asian and other ambssador who wanted to explore this education revolution. Abed did not get to see web3 or guterres yera of researching old edu not fit for purpose but what will all his 50 years of partners in women building nagldesh do now . Could it nbe that me-too doues mater as much in America as Bangladesh as China as Developoing girls and boys everywjhere mother earth shines down on humn and and artificial intel through the 10 decades of 100 times more tech.
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