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microfranchises correspondence welcome - chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk From Entrepreneurial Revolution's search for microfranchises  started in The Economist in 1972:
Bangla Microbanks- Grameen and BRAC - the pro-youth economics significance of microbanks can systematically be audited to the extent that they turn value chains bottom-up. Born of the new nation of Bangladesh's extreme poverty in the 1970s, these banks lead the world of pro-youth economics through the the number of replicable microfranchises they innovate - catalogue of where to help develop this curriculum. Furthermore, since 1996 Bangladesh became the first place to attract partnerships in mobile village solutions to all the most vital needs youth and families have to be sustainable

 

help worldwide youth  networks action learn how curriculum of Muhammad Yunus makes one of top 10 networks for womens livelihoods

 

help free online The Economist's pro-youth economics curriculum begun in 1972!

2010s- help make microeducationsummit the greatest pro-youth network ever seen- lets collaborate around the 7 main curriculum

7 pro-youth banking -yunus main app 1983-1996

6 pro-youth education media - yunus joint main app since 2013

5 pro-youth heroes' media -monica yunus main app

4 pro-youth public servants including win-win-win economic and professional advisers

3 pro-youth green energy, water, food - joint main yunus app since 1996

2 pro-youth healthcare- joint main yunus app since 2006

1 pro-youth open collaboration tech -joint yunus main app since birth of www

of creating 3 billions jobs by and for the net generation. These 7 most critical purposes of sustaining net generation were first mapped by The Economist's pro-youth economist in 1983, and today celebrated wherever millions of youth try out the microfranchises that friends of Yunus and Grameen have open sourced over last 3 decades

 

if you enjoy helping save world's financial system you can also face or twit with GG; 3 stages in the career of Yunus as youth's number 1 mediator of pro-youth economics-

  • designed the investment banking of poorest mothers and youth from 1976 round what today comprises over 100000 village hibs where 60 women meet to community market, share knowledge as well as bank;
  • borrowed 11 million gollars from soros around 1996 and a lot of brilliance from MIT creating grameenphone to bring mobiles to villages before cities- creating a top 20 mobile telecom operation and thus the future of bangaldeshi youth www.yunus10000.com as major hi-tech players in the region ;
  • 2005 launched firstly with 4 major french institutes led by danone global braning partnership exploring the greatest pro-youth purspoe of every life-critical market and using banagldesh vilages for the first innovation experiments wherever possible

 

keynes said that increasingly only economics rules the world; norman's last article written in 2008 for Yunus and macrae to deliver to Obama is also included in this 2010 remembrance leaflet



 the 21st C faces  2 opposite system round choices : the dismal macroeconomics of wall street, or the joyous microeconomics of sustainability exponentials rising -please help elect worldwideleaders who choose sustainability's future

The decade starts auspiciously for microeconomists. (source) One of Bangladesh's 2 most illustrious sons, the legendary founder of Brac Mr. Fazle Hasan Abed, was knighted by the Queen. Congratulations to Sir Fazle! Sir Fazle, and the founder of Grameen Bank and Nobel Peace Prize winner Professor Muhammad Yunus are the two famous Bangladeshis the whole microeconomist world reveres



Quarter 2 continued the progress of microeconomists cheering up the world. 2000 people came to Nairobi to celebrate the best microcreditsummit ever - 2 ladies (female champions of end poverty) were centre stage : Ingrid Munro of Jamii Bora and Queen Sofia of Spain

 

2010.3 good news continues with two thirds of US congress voting for Yunus as Genius Economist

2010.4 Danish tv turns light out on the net generation with a libellous tv show. 2011.1 The World turns carzy - help return to sanity with actions at <a href=http://yunus.tv>Yunus.tv</a>

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WE1 100 million nursing jobs

WE2 100 million jobs resulting from first time electricity and green

WE3 100 million jobs from bottom up multinational designs

WE4 100 million open education jobs

WE5 100 million asian jobs markets-makers jobs

WE6 100 million other hemisphere jobs market-makers jobs

WE7 100 million peace and jobs turning disaster into development

WE8 100 million telecentre and dig-banking community jobs 

 
Jobs worth living with
WE9 100 million fashion jobs
WE10 100 million other jobs made safe and livable with for first time
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MoocYunus - the blog

MOOCYUnus -videos 1

Click Picture 1 to informally MOOCyunus; click picture 2 to mooc with first change the world coursera- queries about Massive Open Online Collaboration welcome chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk as millions of youth prepareAtlanta 2015jobs expo to replace the Olympics as most valuable global village expo

About Curriculum of Global Grameen (Bangla for Village):

Keynes Final Essay in Persuasion  " Ending Poverty is core job of economics"; Schumacher Ending Poverty is a "global village" crisis of empowering network solutions through millions of villages; 1975 Macrae of The Economist starts up the massive collaboration curriculum Pacific Century : to map why 7 billion beings' whole planet needs  (to celebrate raising 2 billion as yet underproductive people's but potentially rapidly developing livelihoods) - by 1984 human's greatest  opportunity is to co-create open education BUT man's compound risk is announced as "discrepancies in incomes and expectations of rich and poor nations . For the sake of youth economics as well as peace it recommended the world's biggest public broadcasters join early internet designers in ending this risk by searching for over 30000 microfranchises sustaining 3 billion community regenerating jobs; Macrae's last update of this curriculum 2008 Consider Bangladesh- download brochure used by The Economist at his remembrance parties.

Who's Free Edu Who

The world's 2 most collaborative microfranchising networks were founded out of Bangladesh in 1972 as BRAC, and 1976 as The Grameen Project led by Muhammad Yunus. 1978 Soros starts to innovate MIcroentrepreneurialBillanthropy in Cape Town and by 1996 he offers Dr Yunus and MIT technologists a social business loan so that 100000 village labs can test mobile connectivity; in 2008 he founds www.ineteconomics.org  to rethink economics from the ground up

 

 

 

Curriculum of 21st C Peacemaking

 

Session 1 - Citizens need to understand the 4 most most uneconomic dynamics on the planet, and relentlessy ask whether their place is governed by any of them:

C PR instead of PS replaces serving people by Press relations that communicate over them

A Spending 20% of peoples lives on arms and force

B Government operates biggest business in any sector subject to moores law speed of change

P Professions given monopoly to impose rules that are destroying next generations sustainability and livelihoods

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.Do you know which nations most fell victim to A, B, or C in 3rd quarter of 20th C...

.What would be your hopes and fears for a new nation where 15 million of the world's poorest mothers spent 40 years preventing A, B, C by empowering village networks, and communally microfranchising economic solutions to life critical services?

 

Session 2 - are you happy with principles of economics that Keynes used - Keynes defined economics to be whatever rules over what futures are being compounded- he thereforfore valued 2 metrics abpve all - ending poverty which he called the main economic problem; ending capital abuse of youth and next generations future goals

 

Session 3 - cases of ending being governed uneconomically

case of ending government by colonisation - Gandhi with Einstein and Montessorri

case of ending government that enforces underclasses - Mandela and opening up his legacy through jobs-for-all education

 

Session 4

Do you live in a place where 1 you can connect with youth worldwide to discuss how to prevent the whole planet from being governed uneconomically 2 what are the particular opportunities and risks your place's people need to severely contest with those who make the biggest resource decisions

 

Session 5

Did Nobel make a heroic mistake by separating prizes of peace and economics? Can youth connect with a diverse enough range of Nobel Laureates to transform Peacemaking curriculum in the next 5 years while the opportunity of open education is to free missing curricula

 

What can youth do about 1999-2014 being the most uneconomic (job-destroying) time in Nations'... http://www.facebook.com/microeconomics

which of the world's biggest brand leaders (their decision-makers and their market visions) wish to join global village benchmarking aimed at growing every youth's future, As George Soros has recently announced economics that is not grounded round multiplying positive impacts of youth's lifetimes isn't economical at all ? Why not convene the first global village summit around, Yunus, Soros and true capitalism ceos like John Mackey and Franck Riboud -without an open society loan to start up grameenphone from Soros, Yunus would never have become the most exciting host of what future collaborations can youth network next? Any leading brand worthy of a future would do well to be seen celebrating such a summit

Welcome to web resources maintained by Norman Macrae Family Foundation for pro-youth futures primarily seek to answer this question:

What are most exciting curricula that Muhammad Yunus could share with worldwide youth?

We list these in term of pre-1996 and post 1996 -because in 1996 the grameen bank of dr yunus started to bring mobile connectivity to every village, and started to become worldwide youth's favorite concept solver of the race to poverty museum -this changed every pro-youth economic process while still depending on the bottom-up structure that Grameen maps

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.During our third of 20 interviews with dr yunus, back in 2008, we made free 10000 pro-youth dvds featuring short action-welcomes from yunus top team in Dhaka - these are at www.yunus10000.com

 

further recommended searches:

moocyunus

 

.if you wish to start at websites edited out of Dhaka - start with www.muhammadyunus.org  and www.grameen-info.org - where we know practice webs are also edited out of Dhaka we will refer to them by practice area.

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how the grameen bank was built

 

...................................Gbank: 76 started 7 years of working testing what became the world's number 1 mico-micro franchise usually a microfranchise provides a community team with a replicable service franchise - in this case grameen required the grameen branch manager to go out and live in the village with each mabger empowering 60 micro-microfranchises a week. Called centres this linked in 60ilage mothers with 3 service:

financial service

their own market 

a knowhow hub  ..more

 

Grameen Food Secuity - how infant nutrition became the first non financial app of Grameen Bank TWICE

c.82 Grameen food was started as a nutrional service integrated into each bamking centre- it began with vegetable gardens being built around each bank centre - with a priority on carrots for infants eyesight and nutritional well being . more..

c.83 grameen education 1.0 was born - to become a member you had to promise to send your children to0 primary school - the free demand for this was something BRAC served: sonn members were also arranging scholarships so that ultimately hundreds of thousands of (mainly ) girls could afford to stay on to secondary .more

c.85 grameen healthcare began with sanitary latrines being designed into a one-hut structure providing family cyclone and monsoon-proof safety as well as sanitation .more

 

.96 egrameen began firstly with volllage phone ladies being the most valuable micofranchise ever given to village ladies of that time-this soon started linking in what became the 200000 village lab network - where business partners could experiment with direct connections to centres ... more

 

 

96 grameen energy became the most successful green microfranhise ever seen ... more

 

 

grameen education 2.1 connected everything together - its first formal offer being the early free nursing college .more

 

 

05 grameen.tv was formed by friends of dr yunus to help youth map which grameen, yunus and partner brand invited them to do what in collaborating around the 2 goals yunus announced that rest of his life would serve at Nobel prize ceremony - poverty museum races, and youth investment funds in the most collaborative goals and solutions that the net generation's worldwide youth are capable of mediating ...more


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thanks to our friends at www.grameenUK.comand www.grameenscotland.comquestion of year of 2013-if Massive Open Online Curriculum are the best thing to have happened to net generation since berners lee;s start up of www, what people's curriculum do you most value knowing existence of? - eg Yunus at this ning ; mackey ; abed; munro ; blecher & mandelaBreaking Happy 2013 - Year of MOOC -Massive Open Online Curriculum, 170th birthday of The Economist - how different might the Yes We Can race to poverty museums have been if the first 1997 microcreditsummit of 2000 great and the good in washington dc had aimed to celebrate muhammad yunus and bangladeshi microcredit models with open curriculum - we'll be revisiting this through 2013 the 5 open curriculum we aim to help youth massively priortise first around grameen knowledge and heroic celebrations are:GB1 how the grameen bank from 1976 -youth's greatest investment bank- was built by 5000 heroic bankers who lived in Bangla villages before technology could help - organisational model doneGB2 from 1996 how grameen energy was built primarily by 1000 heroic solar engineers who live in the villages- organisational model doneGB3 from 1996 how yunus experiments with mobile phone in villages led him to wish that nurses and nutrition collaborators become the number 1 grassroots info networkers of 21st c as well as heroic local servants -help neededGI1 how internationally yunus wishes youth entrepreneur contests to help make job creating edu 10 times more economical - help needed - in usa the states of alabama and georgia are the model collaboration territoryBest news from yesyouthcanpresidency discussion downloadGI2 - monica yunus how to recruit superstars to help embed peaceful youth and cross-cultural joyful talents in every community -help needed starting in new york - our washington dc hotline for any queries on above is 1 301 881 1655 - chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk Norman Macrae Foundation - The Economist's Pro-Youth economocs curriculum leader special welcome if you have come from sharing knowledge or knowledge angel search of yunus hi-trust student entrepreneur competitions

Gbank: 76 started 7 years of working testing what became the world's number 1 mico-micro franchise usually a microfranchise provides a community team with a replicable service franchise - in this case grameen required the grameen branch manager to go out and live in the village with each mabger empowering 60 micro-microfranchises a week. Called centres this linked in 60ilage mothers with 3 service:

financial service

their own market 

a knowhow hub  ..more

c.82 Grameen food was started as a nutrional service integrated into each bamking centre- it began with vegetable gardens being built around each bank centre - with a priority on carrots for infants eyesight and nutritional well being . more..

c.83 grameen education 1.0 was born - to become a member you had to promise to send your children to0 primary school - the free demand for this was something BRAC served: sonn members were also arranging scholarships so that ultimately hundreds of thousands of (mainly ) girls could afford to stay on to secondary .more

c.85 grameen healthcare began with sanitary latrines being designed into a one-hut structure providing family cyclone and monsoon-proof safety as well as sanitation .more

 

.96 egrameen began firstly with volllage phone ladies being the most valuable micofranchise ever given to village ladies of that time-this soon started linking in what became the 200000 village lab network - where business partners could experiment with direct connections to centres ... more

 

96 grameen energy became the most successful green microfranhise ever seen ... more

 

grameen education 2.1 connected everything together - its first formal offer being the early free nursing college .more

 

05 grameen.tv was formed by friend of dr yunus to help youth map whoch gramee, yunus and partner brand invited them to do what in coaborating around the 2 gials yunus announced that rest of his life would serve at Nobel prize ceremony - poverty museum races, and youth investment funds in the most collaborative goals and solutions that the net generation's worldwide youth are capable of mediating ...more

 

 

Map how youth can sustain global village world with Grameen's microfranchises

 

The G-bank innovated 3 pro-poor services in 1 - financial, knowhow, collectively run your own community market (and massively link into value chain -60 local markets per branch), across 2500 branche an 8 million members

The G-energy innovated local distribution and after-service chain as well as being there for many years educating on value of clesn electricity and gas before selling at scale

The G-Garments division marketed around lowest responsibility costing of workers - decent wages and safe conditions

The G-Agriculture promotes organics-sustaining and nutritious agriculture and crop sciences (see Borlaug, Nippon) best for both local and global market>they are to be sustainable It need to be linked in to water, energy and waste system to map but 4 interconnecting future needs societies have if

The nursing division innovates lowest cost curriculum. It was started 14 years after first experiments run by grameen anywhere in world of how digital phones in hands of vilagers could bring down degrees of separation on life critical info flows

When you study all the cases of Bangladesh grassroots networks at 42, you rediscover adam smith's economic principles designed around investing in next generation's jobs out of every community- this is how capital needs to structure family's inter-generational savings if a place is to have the capacity to grow health and wealth , Te knowledge networking age was proposed by The Economist to offer one possibility Adam couldn't dream of - abundancy win-win-win system dynamics as knowhow multiplies value in use whereas consuming up things risks being taken over by scarcity speculators and command and control politicians who have zero interest in youth's futures if it elects them today. Unfortinatly the tv spot compounded command and control behaviours at top of place systems instead of what Pope Francis calls the value of true service. So from Bangaldesh you can learn about economics three-in-one of system design: morality, exponential sustainability for next generations, the opportunity and risk of how lowest responsible cost is never the lowest cost that a global accountant on spreadsheets orders MBA-ideology around

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hottest youth-spring question of our life and times-can online education end youth unemployment for ever ? yes but only if you help map how!

 

was April 2013 the most productive month a pro-youth economist has ever had?

special thanks to yunusdiary.com

 

help MOOCyunus with surveys and content for worldwide youth's favorite free global online university - at http://moocyunus.blogspot.com moocyunus.com, at yunus.tv and jobscompetitions.ning

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.How can youth's knowhow networking save the world by collaborating around the Curriculum -and community-owned service franchises-  of the life of Nobel Laureate Muhammd Yunus.

GB1- Number 1 youth investment bank in world

GBUNI - What can happen when whole of a state's education system celebrates investing in youth entreprenurs most socially valuable solutions

 

 

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Haiti Village Healthcare - discuss how to linkin American graduates most collaborative contributions discussion exemplary download - Brennan (Yunus Alabama competition) Plan for healthcare of 900 coffee coop families in Haiti

 

.For those who wish to help ceos revalue how they design the most purposeful organisations of the net generation, Whole Foods John Mackey inspired by Yunus has the smartest answers we have seen including next 2000 summit san francisco april ..refernce p 63
p 63 A hero is defined as "a person of distinguished courage or ability, admired for brave deeds and noble qualities." A heroic company takes risks and perseveres in the face of enormous odds. It maintains and strengthens its human qualities while doing so, all in the service of changing the world in a tangible way. One of the best examples of a truly heroic enterprise is the Grameen Bank started by Muhammad Yunus. His beautiful and heroic vision was to help end poverty and transform the world by empowering the poorest of the poor

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We propose that this ning connects 21st C curriculum of peacemaking. Let us start up by helping peoples understand the 4 way that governments kill off peace by designing systems that destroy youth's futures. We urgently welcome your help in this mother of all open system and open society searches

hottest youth-spring question of our life and times-can online education end youth unemployment for ever ? yes but only if you help map how!

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2012 is The Economist's 40th year since Norman Macrae started the Entrepreneurual Revolution dialogue in The Economist- will economists design or destroy the net generation 2010s as most productive time for all worldwide youth? Norman's last 5 years were spent celebrating Muhammad Yunus as the leading pro-youth economic mobiliser of ideas of what's possible to do with million times more col;aboration tech than when man raced to moons in 1960s

our most popular webs on ER www.erworld.tv -active project help grow youth and yunus usa job creation 1 2tour 2012-2013

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4 NATIONS THAT CAN LEAD YOUTH WWW TO SUSTAINABILITY

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EUROZONE IN GREATEST DANGER OF LOST GENERATION

UK8

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Germany (3.0-5)

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Netherlands

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Luxembourg

Switzerland

Norway

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At globalgrameen.com & through global assemblies, we (youth, microeconomists, end poverty networkers and sustainability heroes) try to map systemic kinds of social action searches for questions and answer like these :
where can economics of youth be peer to peer networked, information technology for the poor be celebrated and job creating solutions open sourced across global villages? worldeconomist.net .. globalassembly.tv journalofsocialbusiness.com Economics Labs 1 2 3 FutureCapitalism Ning ; 2010s most exciting decade - netfuture critical entrepreneurial challenges as seen in 1984; as invited by worldwide friends of DR Yunus in making 2010s most exciting decade

chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

Concept YUNUS SB world banks to help youth, yunus and France co-create now

SB world bank 1: yunus and youth  - 15 years into mobile poor co-creativity

extraordinary futures the rural poor are co-creating with mobiles

Mobile marvels  with a liitle help from Tag-Eonnets

SB world bank 2 = yunus and youth 15 years into cheerleading solar

Do you have better news on solar energy than this Economist podcast?

Cheaper, more efficient and feasible

sb world bank 3: france and yunus - 7 years into extremely affordable partnerships danone coomunities, china and yunus are near to taking over lead of trillion dolar infant nutrkition  market eladership with yang ying bao

other way round stories of rich corporations innovating with poorest partners n search of extremely affordable innovation

India's secret weapon
upcoming sb world bank 4 - dormant accounts turned into danone communities across europe in time for royals to celebrate olympics and youth ending poverty before countries beyond Greece collapses the Euro
sb world bank 5 - transformation of aid in G25 microeconomic world
 
sb world bank 6 martin hirsch and monica yunus   launch millennium 3 www communities youth peace corps in time for royals across europe to celebrate in pre-olympics week

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