Tour 2 Bangladesh Kenya (Joyful Women, Ushahidi) South Africa (Mandela Extranet), Lucknow
Tour 3 Boston Japan Budapest Russia West Africa
How to celebrate DC as biggest millennials change alumni capital since summer 2012
first clarify that all POP movements of health and origin of Bangla microcredit banking share 3 core dynamics:
1 celebrate living with the poor
2 time every microfranchise - so local poorest gain from open sourcing global solution to sustainability
3 know when its impossible to network village banking for the poor without first building hi-trust health webs
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http://www.unwomens.com 20 years after mobilising http://www.women4empowerment.org first partnerships with poorest village mothers, three cheers out of Bangladesh, Kenya and this month UN.Is this the most exciting moores law of the web and impact investing? Will it POP as a number 1 job creation curriculum on the 5 billion person elearning satellite Yazmi.com and other open learning campus of sustainable millennials? http://www.povertyuni.com...
DC biggest millennials change alumni capital of last 3 years
connector through OAS (yabt,ticamericas, iadb, west coast blum san francisco berkeley) of the only continent-wide celebration of youth entrepreneurs with heads of state - 4th triennial edition panama April 2015; some star connections at iadb annual entrepreneur conferences can be mapped here
connecting through women4empowerment
connecting through 5 billion person elearning satellite -ownership motivated by diaspora values of Ethiopians- largest DC diasporaJim Kim (Youth) World Bank DC -alumni web ? sharing prosperity Q to youthworldbanking.com Impacts of greatest public health servants
with jim kim's arrival valuer of milllennials as most connected educated class our human race has ever enjoyed chnace to celebrate and invest in - demonstrated in kims practice case with health millennials and with transformational world bank processes including tedx, youth summit, regional youth societies, open elarning campus, collaboration from, world bank live events with pro-youth leaders - KIng relies on south american pro-millennials leaders within world bank such as
reform macroeconomics Mexican Giugale (tools include cash transfer - 20 year learning curve in mexico now massively replicated by workd bank in tanzania)
reform global social value argentinian Roby S
reform public service accountability Marcelo
Reform Schooling Brazilian Claudio
Reform Public Servant Accountability
Prior to World Bank Kim's 25 years with partners in health (PIH) out of boston involved Americas primary PIH partnership of Paul Farmer inHaiti and Kim's own work in Peru- in terms of greatest moment in Kim's PIH life linking in with investments of Keynsian economist George Soros- pih work on ending multi drug resistant outbreaks of TB was exported through Soros Open Society to Russian prisons
WHAT WORLD WILL UNIQUELY MISS WITHOUT 5 BILLION PERSON ELEARNING SATLELITE
Noah cc Naila, Luis, John- you were too kind giving me 90 minutes of your time yesterday- This is just my crazy concept - of course all follies are mine not the people mentioned
Dont stop route a of trying to change/upgrade entire education systems with 5 billion person elearning satellite YAZMI
But design plan b as a win-win
b1 find say 10 nation-leading people to believe in as much as say Rachel Ruto www.joywo.org - have on YAZMI what they want communicated about their empowerment solutions in under 60 seconds - it may be a short video, it may just be a few pictures, But they know their story in way that it could turn on attention of any sustainable millennials world leaders or womens empowerment network in 60 seconds
the goal should be to have some of these top 10 (60 second) stories both beaming live and on demo by 3rd week september - that way the receiver can be left with first ladies during un week and with those who celebrate preferential option poor as Pope Francis speaks to congress (in other words every future friend of jim kim and paul farmer, and armen/kagame in rwanda, and george soros in west africa, and ...)
b2 seek out sponsoring partners at 5 million dollar level of realising each of the top 10 Rachel Rutos first leap forward with yazmi- this should emerge from eg brainstorming of the rachel ruto, you/naila and the potential sponsors- in some cases this first experiment will involve buying 50000 receivers in other cases Yazmi with eg womens 4 empowerment and a local tech group will be mainly consulting to link the best of both worlds
(With parts of unis like stanford going free on-demand this week, i believe sustainable future players of open learning (which may or may not include khan academy) already make 5 million dollars the absolute minimum pilot project wherever something is requiring new to them work and given some corporates spend a billion dollars a year on advertising 5 million dollars is absolute mini,um to get global ceos spending any of their time on it)
the strategy must be joyful confidence that some of the 5 million dollars pilots will graduate to 50 million dollar partnership clusters- for example if you are bringing the whole of kenya development world into millennials elearning satellite age why woundnt obama post 2016 want to be involved as well as Kim (if is 5 year term is not renewed summer 2017)- of course this all depends on rachel as your first www ambassador out of kenya because your network is serving what she needs to linkin; equally some of these 50 million dollar syndicates may become part owners or open society policy council for the association of how elearning satellite changes human sustainability just in time
if that sounds crazy I know that eg toyota's past president sons wants tokyo university to be asia's boston - first it wants its world class medical students and technologists to be an integral branch of partners in health; second it wants open technologists to believe as much as my father did that japan still has much to share with the whole of the east's century of millennial development; 3rd through abul latif and they can literally choose on any mit partner- right now the head of media lab at mit is japanese joi ito (as I think you know media lab was mit's vision of what architecture should do in 21st century as well as what negropronte dreams of) OMAGINE http://www.omagine.com/project.html You mentioned dream offices for yazmi as learnings future- the video on this webpage shows a 12 year debate that Oman finally commissioned last year its connected with some of toyota's summit prodcers too, and a friend of mine in London who first wanted to apply his civil engineering business to this vision of middle east joy in the world
Naila knows whose story and trust can be won by september in much more human detail than I do. I would hope that we could add in some of Blecher's Partners in Mandela Extranet, Partners in health, BRAC (which this week opened up an outpost in Berkeley) and Tokyo/Abdul Latif/Dubai Legatum but we need to go from win to win depending who brings their huge energies to trusting YAZMI . I have already sent shefali a first version of lets make sure we include USHAHIDI because its movement is as big as rachel ruto -kenya depends on the two linking in this year and not being sidetracked by obama jamboree- and I guess that if taddy's mandela extranet trusted us he would say his dream first 5 million dollar project would be join joburg and nairobi's ihub at the hip so that all of kenya, yazmi and south africas 7th graders creating next million jobs can learn from each other
consultancy of what would the world miss- profile by each partner if you didnt exist
in 1994 the economist intelligence unit and I wrote a book on this; its possible to take the question to any ad agency and ask them to play it with the client that can most sustain the future; and ask them how different would their play be if they were also trusted by the leaders of 5 billion person elearning satellite- I still want to get the curriculum of what would the world miss back into The Economist by 2018 its 175th anniversary- lord sainsbury's daughter with naila can influence the new female editor of The Economist to learn about empowerment
60 seconds on USHAIDI
Ushahidi started as an ad-hoc group of Kenyan bloggers hammering out code in a couple of days from various locations, trying to figure out a way to gather more and better information about the 2008 post-election violence in Kenya.
Ushahidi is a non-profit technology company that builds open source platforms to help citizens, journalists, organizations, governments, and others gather, manage, analyze, and visualize crowdsourced data. Our tools have been used by tens of thousands of individuals and organizations fighting for social causes in over 159 countries — whether for monitoring corruption in Zimbabwe, gathering real-time data on local poverty issues, or giving people a voice in the Syrian crisis. Everyone at Ushahidi comes to work here because we know that every day people around the world use the tools we build to improve the lives of millions. In other words, in the fight for a better world, we aren’t 007, we’re Q. Our team tends to think big and rewards creativity and an entrepreneurial attitude. Over the past six years, we have also built the iHub – the tech community hub in Nairobi, the BRCK – a redesign of connectivity for the developing world, and other projects like Savannah Fund, AfriLabs, and Crisis Mappers. Our ethos – we don’t just build products, we solve problems.
Today Ushahidi’s mission is the change the way information flows in the world and empower people to make an impact with open source technologies, cross-sector partnerships, and ground-breaking ventures.
Ushahidi is responsible for founding the iHub, a technology hub in Nairobi which has helped build the technology community in East Africa, growing to over 14,000 members, has incubated 150 tech startups that have created over 1000 jobs. Ushahidi, together with partners Hivos and the Institute of Development Studies, implements the Making all Voices Count Grand Challenge, a $55 million fund which focuses global attention on creative and cutting-edge solutions to transform the relationship between citizens and their governments including seeding innovative solutions.
Lastly, as a group of technologists spread around the world who get really frustrated when the internet doesn’t work, Ushahidi built and spun out BRCK, which builds rugged internet for people and things.At Ushahidi, it isn’t just about building software, it is about solving problems. With Ushahidi we build open source software tools, at BRCK we build a platform for access to the web, and iHub we help build the Kenyan tech sector by creating a community with access to services like the mLab, UX lab, and Gearbox. We build these organizations because we want to see more stories like Ushahidi’s in the world.
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