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SEARCH FOR WORLD RECORD JOB CREATORS (WRJC)
Our purpose is to empower
the half of humanity aged under 30. They urgently need media which puts then in the middle of the conversation of how will
jobs and sustainable livelihoods be co-created. We believe that education and media have an urgent system problem wherever
they fail to put youth and their teachers and parent communities in the middle of this most valuable of searches.
THE GOOD NEWS
WE live in the most exciting times to be alive. Three generations alive today : youth (under 30s being
half of humanity) , their parent and grandparents will determine whether we remain nature fittest species. That’s both
the scale and value of innovation required for working on anything that is truly a sustainability goal. In 2015, nations around
the world united in declaring these 17 goals for human beings to race to by2030 out of every locality motherearth
to young journalists and professionals and any socially concerned network of global villagers helping to searching for world
record job creators are:
- Look for people who become collaboration
centres of gravity for all kinds of trusted alumni and who value youth and networking dynamics including partnerships
in sustainability mapped as an intergenerational and exponential crisis of opportunity and risk
world record job creators are not driven by personal fame but the permission to be servant leaders that emerges as more
and more urgent human responsibilities surround them
important news for hi-trust reporters is that wherever world record job creators come from geographically, they should be
celebrated as the greatest of collaboration agents.
century, with its wars that have spread so much harm, fear and depression, were root caused by Industrial Revolution’s
1 need for carbon and other natural resources to accelerate growth- even where one nation becoming bigger meant seizing resources
from other peoples, even as such badwill behaviours were backed up by zero sum constitutions of law and trade and media
. (There are many geopolitical and technical aspects to decode –eg search externalisation of risk onto poorer societies).
HAPPINESS & FREEDOM – Transforming Global Maps From
Independence to Interdependence
As the 21st C comes of age, job creation is connected
to mapping how youth and open society networking capacities can joyfully link together a global village world. To unite the
sustainability of nations and places by 2030 means that most of youth’s next 3 billion jobs will be new to the
world. They will need to be about the co-creation of win-win trades across hemispheres. There is no transparent place
left for professions whose monopoly power over societies or economies rushes to standardise global systems (especially those
defined by such legacies of mid 20th c mindsets such as Bretton Wood Institutions or European Union) without maps
which value the deep diversity that enable local and small enterprises to flourish.
Take climate challenges as one example. Because nature’s evolutionary rules are bottom-up and
open, no one place can expect to solve climate on its own. Empowerment of worldwide youth’s most positive energies will
come from solutions that are openly geographically distributed for bottom up action.
Around this 21st compass, externalisation of risk is the biggest mathematical error
we could possibly make. This error is made when system decision making is excessively top-down. When you are embedded in bottom-up
enterprise by definition you are looking to integrate trust not externalize risk. Adam Smith is often misquoted. There is
no space in his original design of free markets for externalizing risk or any form of lost transparency. The Economist was
edited for its first 150 years to 1993 on this assumption including the years when its anticipation of post-industrial revolution
turned it into the world’s favorite viewspaper.
In 2016, we the 7.5 billion peoples of mother earth are spending more that 1000 times
more time and money on learning communications technologies that in 1946. Anywhere that people are only ruled by big get bigger
cannot logically contribute to world record job creation nor sustainability of the under 30s.
In the 1970s, end poverty mediators at The Economist sketched this idea “entrepreneurial revolution”
for 3 billion new jobs of the early 21st century. It is the hypothesis which we recommend young mathematicians
and reporters of world record job creation value.
Unlike the first
industrial revolution (IR1) designed round consuming carbon and other things, action learning solutions multiply in use across
any communities faced by analogous crises. Just as no nation can solve climate crises on its own, every sustainability
crisis is a collaboration crisis across generations and urgently needs to be navigated without borders to the youthful ingenuity
our survival will depend on. This needs to be both the new media and mediation reality not just for climate solutions but
for affordable universal health care or the transformation of schools around the world to be livelihood enriching networks,
or any leadership sphere of truly social innovation…
seems to us its valid to crosscheck votes for WRJC by 3 levels of development maturity
A What’s the best infrastructure we can invest in on assumption we the peoples live in a place
that can afford it
B What do we if we cant afford investing in
C What do we do if as well as not affording best infrastructure we have none to start with
Unless we include
those faced with the most extreme challenges to sustainability in the way we celebrate job creation we ill be deigning a world
with an underclass who have no hope of sustainability. As the same Entrepreneurial Revolution friends of The Economist forecast
40 years ago – by the early 2000s mankind will need to recognize the greatest risk being discrepancies in incomes and
expectations of rich and poor nations.
WORLD RECORD JOB CREATOR #1
we nominate Sir Fazle Abed as #1 world record job creator since his lifelong work has linked in the deepest and the most collaborative
solutions to human sustainability, and in so doing he has shown Bangladesh and many other Muslim societies as well as anyone
open to cultural innovation (from the biggest of technology investors to the most loving of community faithful) how to end
treating women as an underclass. An overarching goal that China has also sought since the 1960s with Mao’s proclamation
that women lift up half the sky.
Sir Fazle Abed started 45 years
of poverty allevaition networks out of Bangladesh in 1972, when this new nation was one year old.
The region of Bangladesh had drawn the shortest straw of the era of empires. With the United Kingdom’s
withdrawal from Indian subcontintent in 1946, Bangladesh (or
East Pakistan) found itself subjugated
to West Pakistan. This was done on faith not geographical grounds. There wasn’t one contiguous land strip connecting
the 2 pakistans.
(History has drawn up some national boundaries in the most inconvenient of ways as
far as nature’s flows are concerned. If you are ever charged with making a decision with life critical impacts on peoples,
please make sure you have sufficiently grounded maps to understand the 360 degree consequences of your judgment. My grandfather
Sir Kenneth Kemp (after 25 years of interaction with Mahatma Gandhi) was charged with writing up the legalese of India’s
Independence. At the time he was not aware that the subcontinent would be partitioned)
In 1971 Bangladesh freed itself in a war of independence but at the cost of flattening of what little
infrastructure had previously existed. When Sir Fazle Abed started BRAC in the 8th most populous nation –
it was described described by analysts as a basket case. The government of Independence was so poorly funded that it could
barely organise social services in the cities. Across the rural villages with no electricity and so no modern communications
the self-organising DNA of the Bangladesh Rural Advance Committee was born with the loving care of Fazle Abed in its midst.
The good news for world record monitors is that over the next quarter
century; young women living in villages without infrastructure were empowered by brac to love their children by building the
most collaborative grassroots livelihhods networks of the pre-digital era.
when Bangladeshi villagers became the first extremely poor nation to test mobile telecommunications, rural mothers and their
families soon became pioneering partners in leapfrog models. The worldwide importance of studying successful leapfrog model
is seen when disadvantaged peoples leap past not having had access to a previous generation of infrastructure by make such
good use of the new infrastructure that the world wants to win-win trade with the extreme innovation being unleashed. In other
words the human spirit is such that those communally faced with the most life critical problems are also entrepreneurially
likely to discover the most life changing solutions given half a chance to do so.
For example Bangladeshi villagers had no electricity so in parallel to valuing universal mobile connectivity
they set about inventing solutions that have become a pathway microsolar economies around the world.
THREE OF MANY LEAPFROGING INNOVATIONS PARTNERS OF RURAL LABS IN BANGLADESH HAVE OPENED UP TO THE WORLD
Never having had access to landline phones
Become benchmark able of what to do with universal
Never having had access to electricity
Become benchmark of micro solar and biogas ovens
Never having had
a physical bank
Linkin first billion
banked with digital cash
2016, Sir Fazle Abed modestly celebrated his 80th birthday. If you were lucky enough to be in Dhaka on that day,
you were treated to a Madam Tussauds style waxwork show of a life in the day of sir fazle abed 1972-2016 all built by volunteers.
At the exit to this frugal but extraordinarily moving exhibition someone had posted email telegrams of support from the great
and the good : World Bank leader Jim Kim , Billanthropist Bill Gates, Refugee and Emergency Envoy to the UN for
education Gordon Brown.
Let’s guide you round what these experts and
so all of us can learn from BRAC today, whilst rembembering everything in BRAC is connected with continuous improvement of
young womens networking for 45 years - the first of 25 of which had next to zero technology.
BKASH – A LEARNING PLATFORM CRITICAL TO BILL GATES FOUNDATION?
Bkash.com is the largest cashless banking system in the world built round universality of text mobile. It may be the biggest
fintech opportunity Bill Gates has ever studied. We say that as Gates has made Tanzania a nationwide lab for this sort of
Cashless banking cuts out the costs
of security needed to move cash around and the costs of manual recordkeeping by maintaining points credits on everyone’s
mobile phones. Trusted small merchants offer the exchange of points back to cash in last mile localities where money is still
preferred. (Note this neat reversal of ATMs replacing human labor). What’s cool about cashless banking is the cost of
every transaction is marginal. So its now worldpossible to include a billion people around the world were unbanked because
the transactions they wanted to make were too small to be economical for paper record-keeping.
It turns out that many other end poverty innovations gravitate around a banking system where no transcatuon
is too small. For example BRAC’s ultra helath workers can now be incentivised for upkeeping records on door to door
compliance with various health initiatives. Each observation gets (say) a cents payment – too small for paper invoicing
– but valuable supplementary income when a community worker is doing the village rounds.
One of the greatest student entreprenejur ;pitches we have cloem across has grown into a big data small
digital analysis platform called Give Directly. This is concerned with where can conditional cash transfers (CCT) do the most
good by directly trusting a poor family to make a specific action with the payment. The universal identity system embedded
in a nation wide cashless banking systems enables CCT to bypass all the middle men that charities and intergovernment aid
can get clogged up with.
Bkash is a testimony
to the trust and networking multipliers that grow and grow around Sir Fazle. The technology wizards who have built bkash were
those who first invengted graneen phone with yunus partners in 1996- but from their institutional sources such as MIT in Boston
nad Legatum in Dubai, the guru PR networks around Yunus zigged and zagged while Sir Fazle Abed provided an ever more collaborative
space grounded in girl em;powerment.
Much of the intelligence
now coded into bkash also comes from Kenya;s Mpesa where the wizards who first built that with Vodaphone again feel that their
life’s ambitions are now ex;poenetially sustained by the Bkash platform. Additionally George Soros a main fundraiser
for GtameenPhone in 1996 convened a special 20th annual ;prize giving of his open society network in 2013. The
laureate being celebrated Sir Fazle Abed; the chief expert in attendance Partners in Health Paul Farmer. The world where education
and collaborative bottom-up solutions to ending poverty may be very small but when sir fazle is their to chair progress, the
consequences are extremely hopeful.
Bkash provides global
2.0 umbrella presence of BRAC for the poorest at each component of the financial services market in Bangladesh
Ultra Poor Program
The UPP is for the poorest women in villages.
If gifts them a productive asset (eg a cow for milking) and aim to build their sustainability and respect so that they can
graduate into a microfinance livelihood. BRAC Bank is mainly city based typically serving second generation daughters of villagers
who may now be progressing their livelihoods in the cities. IPDC is an investment funding mechanism supporting small enterprises.
All of these institutions are benchmarks worthy of detailed study including the long-term partnerships they have sustained
around mapping how financial services can end poverty out of a country with Bangladesh’s important contribution to humanity.
THE MICRO-REBELLION AT HARVARD –CAN BRAC (& FRANCISCAN
WAYS AHEAD) BECAME JIM KIM OPEN LEARNING CAMPUS OF MICROENTERPRISE EMPOWERED VALUE CHAINS
Bill Gates went back to Harvard to collect a doctorate, he spoke about how everything at Harvard was the most wonderful of
experiences except that there wasn’t any really usable learning on extreme poverty. Two then young lads had also felt
the same way in the mid 1980s when they studied a postgraduate degree on medical anthropology. One called Paul Farmer (biography
Mountains Beyond Mountains) felt enough discomfort with becoming too academic that he commuted from Haiti ; the other Jim
Kim from a North Korean refugee family settled in USA became Paul’s chief strategist. Partners in Health was formed
to organse young professional exchanges between Boston universities and grassroots general practices in the most remote
parts of Haiti and later Peru, and much more; and so to make the case for valuing global health of the poorest.
In addition to being a great servant leader of health, Jim Kim is blessed with a remarkable level of
curiosity –openness to outside the box experimentation. For example whilst he had the courage in 1994 to call for 50
years of the world bank being enough, he alse dared to accept obama’s challenge in 2012 to head the world bank!
Flash back to the early 1990s, there was Paul’s team trying to
build bottom-up health services by importing Boston talent, and Jim Kim’s searches for other last mile health services
only finding one noticeable case – but the most extraordinary one imaginable.
There in Bangladesh
Sir Fazle was more than a decade ahead of partners in health in building last mile health services but he had started from
nothing – among the poorest 68 million people on earth, starting up with no medical expertise, no access to a top alumni
network. How had he done it?
GOOD FORTUNE FAVORS THE BRAVE
Back in the 1970s one of the most wonderful discoveries Sir Fazle made was that the single biggest cause
of infant death (a killer disease of up to a quarter of infants in the Bangladesh villages) had a cure with virtually no cost
but requiring the in-network training of every village mother. Oral rehydtration involves mixing boiled water salts and sugar
in the right proportion just in time to save an infant from dying of extreme diarrhea. However the challenge of massively
training tens of millions of illiterate village mothers door to door required one of most extraordinary of action learning
designs. At least 3 tests of how to do this failed. Fortunately BRAC always tests small until a successful method is found
that can be replicated big. Doing this successfully with oral rehydration proved to the world that BRAC could linkin the whole
of the rural nation of Bangladesh with life empowering services Jim Grant the then head of UNICEF noticed. From then on, whenvever
he had a meal with a head of state of a developing country he carried a sachet of oral hydration salts in his pocket and gave
the leader a demonstration crediting the great rural national health service of BRAC. Today in Jim Grant’s memory, BRAC
University’s school of public health is named after Grant, and once a year a great assembly of teachers from around
the world come and deliver updates to a curriculum of public health for Bangladesh.
BRAC publishes all research – especially failures so that there are no experts silos, no
waste, no need to argue. This culture of BRAC makes it an education institution like no other –with over 100000 staff
the world’s bottom-up NGO is now the biggest because it’s the most collaborative. The one we could all hope
would be at the heart of editing an on-demand MOOC of how to get started at the most ultra level with each of the 16 sustainability
goals and the process of partnering youth in becoming the sustainability generation that the UN calls goal 17. (In discussing
the idea of MOOC with Sir Fazle he said he understood the values of massive, Open, Online but wished C stood for Collaboration).
EXERCISE WHY NOT DRAFT OPENING MODULE OF SD GOAL 3
Ultra Poor starting point for goal 3 appears to be : if you have to build out of nothing the most economic health service
in the world :
start with the most pivotal last mile health needs:
prepared to segment matching specific health servants and specific illnesses
What basic services can a village para health worker be trained to provide? Could much of this training be offered in village
girls schools for those who want to lead their ;peers through healthy adolescence and being confident in respecting their
1a how are related skills such as nutritional food security and basic knowledge of eg
boiling water and sanitation crucial for maximizing wellbeing
What infectious diseases will the world pay for last mile health networks to organsie around minimising and how to find eg
survivors of the disease who make the safest health servants to that disease.
that these skills foci was first scoped in pre-digital days of grassroots girls networking. Obviously digital apps can now
be designed to integrate more and more local capacity but Brac’s 25 years passion for health and girl empowerment provides
Bangladesh with a structure for innovating with medical apps that arguably no other big nation can understand without spending
time in BRAC inspired villages
Life expectancy has been nearly
doubled. And this has freed village women from customarily being expected to breed 10+ children so that at least 2 boys might
survive. Clearly this starts many ;positive feedback loops; the village womens health improves; she now has the energy and
time to develop a livelihood; so has control of enough of the family budget to bring up healthuy and educated children….
1980s BRAC SCALES ACTION LEARNING NETWORK MODELS
its first health service solutions, BRAC created one of its first hundred-thousand livelihood networks. This was a para-health
franchise was scoped through which a person could make a living connecting last mile health and wellbeing services (mainly
infant and maternal) while requiring training that was simple, action-oriented and economical to train up massively.
Other hundred-thousand livelihood networks were soon originated around
food security. With China , BRAC became a leader in rice crop science. It also supplemented this with carrots and other vegetable
farming that provide the vitamins rice alone lacks. Such nutrition combinations during the first 1000 days prevents children’s
brain and body from stunting.
One simple finding helped to change
the whole value chain of vegetable farming . BRAC looked at the seeds being sold to villagers and found that 90% of the seeds
were dud- providing no plant. By changing the quality control of seeds to 90% productive seeds, villagers could be nearly
10 times more productive at vegetable gardening.
The way BRAC transfoirmed
the market for poultry was more intricate but again confirmed Sir Fazle’s 3E’s of microfranchising – Effective,
Example of How BRAC took over leadershiop of bangladesh
Laying eggs with hens was observed by Sir Fazlke a sa atypical livelihood. But
he could not see how this could ofere mire than a subsistence lkiving whikle the scrawny village hen laid so few eggs. 2
BRAC bred a hen that produced more eggs. 3 But then found that the hard workinh hen needed more veterinary attention.
4 With the growth of the chickens busoenss it became critical to source chicken feed from rural patches nit capabkle of
cultivating hunan crops. 5 Overall egg production noe =w exceeding what villagers needed for their onn food security,
there was aneed to market eggs to the towns.
In other words 5
microfranchsies fit together to connect hundreds of thousands of jobs and to lead the marjetbpkace
Keep suoehens in Village and produce eggs
2 Breed suoerhens
vets for hens
4 Produce chiken feed
5 Markets eggs from village to twons
We can learn several key disciplines
about microfranchising demonstrated throughout Sir Fazle’s life work. Without this knowledge, the whole field of microfinance
is in our view impossible to apply consistently to poverty reduction. Indeed it is at least arguable that in BRAC’s
case it was the need to serve local intersections of the multiple interconnecting hundred thousand livelihood franchises
that caused the emergence of BRAC microfinance plus systems not the other way around. Few if any other microfinance institutions
clarify which markets value chains they are guaranteeing lenders can make a livelihood in. see The Economist artivcke its
wasn’t microfinance it was brac
At the same time as the appearance
of barefoot bankers, BRAC supplied barefoot legal rights experts to live and learn with the poorest, and to keep bottom-up
society as safe as possible.
Microfranchises are designed around
positive cashflow to sustain their purpose
Iteratively testing and publishing microfrancise concept
evolution through many trial and errors are needed until the e’s effective, efficient, expandable are designed in to
a solution ready for affordable large scale replication.
30 years of research on service brand is concerned - all service economy franchises need the same level of iterative
experimentation. The difference is a Mcdonalds is designed to extract profit for some global shareholders whereas the microfranchise
is designed so as to maximize livelihoods locally and to scale service purpose to every community in urgently analogous need
When we add in more and more technology and other partners to a village
innovation platform it is ultimately girls as auditors who keep the whole public private partnership combination communally
grounded. Recently those at the UN affiliates most in charge of goal 11 (sustainable cities and communities) have started
to adopt this “ultra” view of valuation transparency
During his first year at the world bank from 2012, Jim Kim campaigned to empower
young professionals to use the franciscan models, particularly POP (Prefential Option Poor) paul farmer Ophelia dahl an he
had applied to health. POP is the critical system intervention wherever elders of a global profession stuck in IR1’s
zero-sum monopoly rules. POP integrates bottom up system trust0flows and transformation of the whole value chain to
include smallest enterprises.
Preferential Option Poor
World class professional expert shpuld
live and elarn with the poor – what skils can she transfer to them? What broken system is trapping the pooor, and
what other world calss professionals does she need to transform the syste,
new technology should be priortised in its application to the poor – eg can it empower leapfrogging
LAST CALL TO TURN
BACK FROM BIG BROTHER GLOBAL ENDGAME
Jim Kim climaxed his first year with a visit to Pope Francis
and a celebration that they could on each others beliefs in franscican value systems. He needs to phone up everyone with his
world view and sir fazle abed to connect youth (especialay class of 2017-2018) with G20 in Argentina. This is the only known
wporld stage event on the calkendar during the next 4 years of kim, jinping, trump and hopefully pope fracis and sir fazle
abed being there to guide the world’s youth onto sustainability tracks. By all means vote in other most valuable players
but clearly sustainability goals are not going to celebrates youth livelihoods if the leaders of the 2 biggest ecfonomies
accounting for more than half of the world’s trade and three of the most trusted end poverty networkers are not sharing
the same curriculum
It can be seen that BRAC has 45 years
of experience applying franciscan value system design to every ultra case of innovation worlds poorest women have faced. Specifically
you can look at any BRAC solution networkn and check off these sorts of system dynamics needed to ensure the transparency
and collaborative sustainability of all involved including the littlesr sister
is the origin of a whole collection of microeconomy models:
Gravity and Open Sustem (cf with nature)
The overall impact of
brac micfrofranchsies is to change whole markets value chains so the ;poorest and smallest can thrive as long as they work
hard and are trained in line woith the microfrachising pattern
all of BRAC’s innovations in financial and solution modeling and you have a parnering and suatainability investment
platform for the poorest women to build a village economy that is totally different from the old world of government, business
Sequencing also matters when you are building out of
Most of the first hundred microfranchises designed by BRAC add more and more connections
to this cluster of markets
WHAT COULD YEAR 3 OF GORDON BROWNS COMMISSION OF THE GREATEST LEARNING GENARATION EXPLORE WITH SIR FAZLE
Over 40 years agoi when we furst predicted that
the sustainability of 21st C Youth would deoend on the elarnking economy being valued as 10 times mlore than the
thing cosumpotion economy , we made a big mistake.
realize that it was ineveitabe the way that technolpgy proressed that education would have to be the last sectir where leapfrog
opportunities emerged. One consequence of this is nearly 20 yers of global 1.0 whetre youth in certain places have become
the lost generation instead of the win-win empowered one.
Revolution 2 web and personal
Market Sectors to partially leapfrog e-commerce but not round the poorest
of the great education experiment oif the era - $100 laptop and so MIT’s belief that media lab could help education
Revolution 3 universal text mobile
As we have seen BRAC has been able to use this for the cashless banking revolution but
something far more than text and sound was needed to design a leapfrogging in education
Revolution 4 ukiversal
mobile smart phine and an awafre of 1top 10 technolgies that can now be mapped back as well as the ultimate social contract
partnership platform that versions of blockchain can provide
Spring 2016, ee first heard Gordon brown had assembled 30 national leaders concerned with education as normal leading to half
of all youth being unemployable. A month later we see Gordon’s telegram congratulating sir fazle abed on being the most
extrordiary education from headstart to age 17, and we hear that the grearest #learning generation’s ambassadotr is
jack ma. But strangely or not, GB JM and their 28 felow national leaders haven’t commissioned the research they needed
yto make sure Sir Fazle’s experience is never lost even if we are still a few years lout before technology is ready
for education to be leapfrogged
What needs to happen is the GB
commission which is boasting of increasing funds for education bu huge amounts finds someone to sponsor a ;process like this.
Tv interviewer books 5 days of sir fazle’s time and also simultaneous diary space in all the leaders among the
commission on the panel of transforming jobless education. There’s a process called grounded theory which is the way
to maximize innovation views of anyone let alone sir fazle as the most innovative educator on the planet.
Before the interviewer goes to Dhaka map out 10 or so interviewing modules- each of which we can allocate
a hald day of tiem to
. And provide the interviewer with a first list of question covering that
topic. What hapoens next is as the interview happens each commissioner watching is asked to focus on just one or two
answers of sir fazle that were mots unexpected from that petrsons viewpoint. The interviewer is asked to do a second round
of questioning focusing just on those surprises. And the ;process can be iterated until the details of what sir fazle knew
but nobody else had fully worled through are clarified
there are ways to improve this if the commission wants some homework to be done before examing sir fazle. There are ltready
quite a lot of transcripts where Sir Fazle goes into conflicts caused by old aid and its lag behing what the world’spoorest
girls would truly need. As one example, back in 2012 sur fazle was confiding in me that the millennium goal’s sole focus
on every child goes to primary school was frustrating. It oermiited BRAC to get hiuge amloiunts oif funds for primary school
but not a cent for how do 12 year olds and up need innovation in education if they are to be employable.
There’s an idea that could form a pre-survey in every nation. In what way does education out of
your nation conflict with Adam Smith’s most simple advice. A society let alone a nation should never ever let one narrow
group of experts cerytify which will be the brighetes group of its next generation – not at any age be that wahtvthe
UK used to call the 11 plus or age 17 or so that most countries now ake their deadline forever getting to be at a top ranked
university. In an age where learning could be mooced, the problem isn’t caused by the scarcity of places avainable at
the top university as such; it comes when that university is laso the number 1 draft for who has what exclusive career ladder.
This simply doesn’t fit with an age when as we have shown sustainability will depend on maximizing sme tothrive inevery
marheyt spoace not being ruled over by big decision-makers.
we have focused on ways that 3 massive opinion leaders – gates, kim, Briwn – coild unlesh world reciord joib creating
solutions round sir fazle- you can look up some of the world’s top prizes he has earned and start to list why the on-demand
16 sustainability goal mooc could benefit from a startup job creation contribution by sir fazle clarifying each goal’s
valuation of youth , especially girls.