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Saturday, April 25, 2015

Maryland millennials could be best at POP connecting goals of world banker Jim Kim and faith leader Pope Francis

Maryland would celebrate what's sustainability purpose of 5 billion person elearning satellite

Maryland would introduce 7th grade courses of women4empowerment and community healthcare

The poor world's most energetic medical networker (Paul Farmer www.pih.org - 25 year long co-worker with Jim Kim) explains the hope of POP, and which medical stidents iof poorest need to celebrate

Friday, April 24, 2015

Maryland would want to learn from founder of mandela extranet and his partners like branon nad google when he's next in usa

15 years ago, Taddy Blecher got bored of being a chartered accountant in the south african office of Porter's Monitor and decided to start a free university for entrepreneurs. We would recommend those who want to reclaim learning freedoms online look at the curriculum s.africa now uses wherever partnerships are celebrated such as mandela extranet, branson and google who are now - empwering every 7th grader and teacher with an ipad of missing job creating curricula

They have spread through 5 free university colleges and entrepreneurial literacy- blended with empowering interpersonal self-confidence using the Maharishi curriculum - is becoming prime time for 14 million children a year across the nation's schools- the goal is to make Joburg and Cape Town the world first twin capitals of change educators who co-create million jobs with youth
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Yazmi could be the best news in 44 yearsof celebrating every way that elearning media can be the opposite of mass tv
 Breaking news from 43rd year of net generation search for open elearnng started in The Economist in 1972

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Maryland would ensure it has first east coast bangladesh studies centre just as berkeley invited fazle abed to launch west coast- berkeley has also made global poverty curriculum cal states most popular minor with blum center, iadb, and support of
Madeleine Albright1997–2001

why cant maryland link that in to?
Maryland would host an entrepreneur search for those with social movements too openly sustainable for shark tanks money extractors

maybe corcoran would like to reform

Corcoran has recently launched Barbara Corcoran Venture Partners investors syndicate on AngelList, a platform that gives investors access to start-up and early-stage companies and lets them invest alongside Barbara for as little as $1,000.

Thursday, December 24, 2009

Extract from Yunus Speech to Indian Parliament

Putting Today’s Powerful Technology to Work
The world today is in possession of amazingly powerful technology. That technology is growing very fast, becoming more powerful every day. Almost all of this technology is owned and controlled by profit-making businesses. All they use this technology for is to make more money, because that is the mandate given to them by their shareholders. Imagine what we can achieve if we use of this same technology to solve the problems of the people!

Technology is a kind of vehicle. One can drive it to any destination one wants. Since the present owners of technology want to travel to the peaks of profit-making, technology takes them there. If somebody else decides to use the existing technology to end poverty, it will take the owner in that direction. If another owner wants to use it to end diseases, technology will go there. The choice is ours.


Grameen Bank is a Social Business owned by the borrowers. Nine of the thirteen members of the board of directors are elected by the borrowers as shareholders. Grameen Bank lends out over $ 100 million a month in collateral-free loans averaging about $ 200. It encourages children of Grameen families to go to school. It offers education loans to them to pursue higher education. There are more than 42,000 students who are currently pursuing their education in medical schools, engineering schools, and universities financed by education loans from Grameen Bank. We encourage these young people to take a pledge that they will never enter job market to seek jobs from anybody. They'll be job-givers, not job seekers. We explain to them that their mothers own a big bank, Grameen Bank. It has plenty of money to finance any enterprise they wish to float—so why waste time looking for a job working for someone else? Instead, be an employer, rather than an employee

If the BBC could host a dream team debate of job creation by mobile & web who should Social Business anchor lady start inviting to rehearsal circles now? what Q would you ask to maximise job creativity?

  • Yunus, Grameen Solutions (already connected 100 million jobs worldwide); next stop bankabillion
  • Jack, Ali Baba (commitment 100 million jobs for China)
  • Intel - a first 5 Global Grameen Brand Partner in Sustainability cncerned with digital for the poor
  • Otto (2nd to Amazon) and a first 10 Global Grameen Brand partner and jib creation mediator of Factory of Future
Do you know of a bigger job creation interaction agenda for the 2010s than how we collaborate and innovate with mobiles and web tech? If so what, and can we help you debate it or social business it?

Which are the stories that people need to joyfully mediate if we are to collaboratively maximise job creation with mobiles, web tech or other connections that empower peoples and communities ?

Dr Yunus: the first 43 jobs I created involved me making a loan of $27 in a 1976 village. A month after I first made the loan I went to the village and people started looking at me as if I was an angel. I thought if I can be an angel for $27 dollars, how much more fun to be a super-angel by lending a little more?

Footnote: by 2009 Dr Yunus remains the happiest banker, his village bank Grameen has lent 8 billion dollars, creating 8 million jobs directly for members (omce the world's poorest women) who also own the bank. Most microeconomists agree his model offers the safest banking any community can choose to system design. Here you can see a nine year old new yorker at the start of 2008 asking DR Yunus and 1000 citizens: which banks have a future? It is part of a 100 youtubes our 1000 book club have made to help debate social business so far. RSVP chris.macrae @yahoo.co.uk if you are looking for a video to start up a debate or if you have a youtube on social business you want job creation networks to cross-examine.