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we (eg teenage friends of yazmi, rsvp isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com mobile text usa 240 316 8157) welcome worldwide assistance with the premier satellite-guided learning tour of nursing to be on-demand in 2015 to 5 billion asians and africans. Four ways you might like to join in.

1) updated commentaries from the people who have done most to build this tour over last 40 years - 

2) Across our pink chart links to other adventures in human sustainability that nursing opened up to jobs-rich and healthy society, and pro-youth economics 
3) Below our  pink chart links to some of the greatest replicable community nursing -health empowering service - solutions humanity has ever celebrated 


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Over 40 years ago a miraculous movement gravitated around sir fazle abed of brac in Bangladesh- perhaps sustainability's way  (& good newsto develop the poorest 100 million plus nation involved microfranchising livelihoods of 50000 community health workers to live with mothers and infants in villages (devoid of all infrastructure  -electricy, running water, phones, roads ...). Microfrancising is the opposite of aid in that it builds livelihoods round delivering the most urgent service by developing local capacity to do that- and ensuring that the value stays locally in the community . Fortunately Sir Fazle adopted Paulo Freire's barefoot teaching ideas- Brazilian Catholics version of POP ideology which spanish speaking south americans had just modernised from ideals of faith servants first moved by Francis in 1208 and his medical socieity of Clares

Over 40 years ago, a teenager Paul Farmer was making pocket money picking oranges in te American south when he found a Haitian-Pop inspired  farm-itinerant workers union to be a most valuable grassroots networking model for humanity. After his scholarship in antropology at DUKE NC, he interned in Haiti for a year. He decided health microfranchising was the most valuable solution to start ending poverty in what was the west's poorest nation. He spent most of the next 5 years commuting between his scholarsip at Harvard Medical School  and building an extreme rural health practice in Haiti. Fortunately the knowhow he swapped with Harvard professors was as uniquely valuable to them as what they could teach him. On graduation Brigham womens hospital network proposed Paul Farmer continued his medical shuttling - for 6 months out of every 12r, he could be their ID authority  In parallel a Peruvian Catholic priest maintained a loft in Boston attached to his church for Paul to crash out in whenever he needed a bed.  Soon every medical student who wanted to do te most good- either partnered Paul in infectious disease networking (or radical value cain redesign) out of boston or developing local labs were te poorest need  POP partnering in health. Jim Kim became the first star practising alumni of Paul- his lab in Peru proved that TB and HIV would spread each other unless the world invested in global health's most persistent social local solutions. So because PIH emerged from the getgo with bridging the world's foremost resources (and webs -boston is ome to tim berners lee) in health , PIH was potentially a perfect win-win with BRAC and POP's accompaniment as an opposite process to top-down aid . What's  particularly fascinating is te magic times when PIH and BRAC got together with a billionnaire's care or because of a plague like treat that needed a www solution -help us map this right.

 Within 10 years the trust built by bangladesh community health networkers had also blossomed into village montessori schools and what came next was banking for the poorest movements (Grameen as well s BRAC) which extended microfranchsies into hundreds of jobs descriptions for communities of poorest vilage mothers- please note these never could have been sustained without the trust that health networkers earned with poorest vilage mothers. By 2010, close on 15 villion mothers had built livelihoods in Bangladesh through microcredit and advanced their children's education potentially way beyond the poverty line. However this inspiring sustainability story comes in two alves- to 1996 pre-digital, post 1996 mobilising valioiage women4empowerment. 

PIH doesnt include job creating banking in its remit outside the practice of health serice. While iis current employee network of about 14000 may sound small comoared with banglaesh, this is an extratordinary mix of over 12000 community health workers in about 8 coutries and the most skillful doctors and mentors delivering in most chalenging situations (eg Ebola)

   

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1980 UNICEF's late great James Grant helps world scale oral rehydration -the most massvce scaling program BRAC had networked up that time (made of bolied water, sugar and salt this is the lowest cost life-saving infant cure)  and innoculations

Mid 1990s Soros part 1 Soros finds PIH uniquely innovative in ending tuberculois ( commisoning a replication from peru to Rusian prisons), and funds Bangladesh to be the first developing place in the world to partner in mobile womens empoweremnt. Soon he is helping particularly BRAC and PIH swap knowhow

Earthquake in Haiti causes BRAC to branch to Haiti, while fans of Paul Farmer build a word class medical teaching hospital MIRENALAIS ....replacing that which had been decimated by the eartquake. While Soros first help fund BRAC in West Africa around 2009, by 2014 he was helping to fund PIH coordination of end ebola

In 2015 we welcome every opportunity to linkin to 12 alumni networks shown- we welcome idea exchnages on how and where to do that 

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Starting up 1972, BRAC community health servant net began nation building of Bangladesh the poorest 100 million nation ever born. As the start of the microfranchising revolution they provided the first open society systems benchmark if millennials are to be sustainable. President Clinton has called this extraordinary innovation a different way to develop an economy from aid and IMF-style macroeconomic muddled. Note we suggest avoiding the misleading label of microfinance because most of the bangladeshi miracle involved working out the most economical livelihood training and local market designs sustaining village mothers who were illiterate, culturally locked into their village but desperate to work hard to see their children grow up healthy and smart. Community health servants began with the simplest and least costly ways of saving up to half of infants lives - pit latrines, innoculations, hand washing, carrots for missing vitamins that staple food rice doesnt provide,  group personal safety,  and oral rehydration -also basic aspects of maternal wellbeing. Once trained the community health servant sustained her own business by charging an affordable amount and became the most trusted connector in the village linking in every new microfranchise solutions that BRAC and later Grameen vilage networks were to invent. BRAC has gone on to train tens of millions of adult livelihoods and organise vocational village schooling systems. Its training values were those of Brazilian Paulo Freire - closely related to the POP culture that was innovated at end of the 1960s out of Brazil and Columbia as being what the peoples wanted from catholic priests as community servants. This values culture is also the DNA of Partners in Health. and since 2012 millennials world banking cheered on since 2013 where Pope Francis serves the lowest in society of ask the great and the good to stop destroying sustainable livelihoods of all of our children and grandchildren. 

Special Shoutout to Millennials- peers of eva vertes world class cancer researcher teen- nigerias flying doctor service started by a young woman wit more spunk tan anyting seen on shark tank; ypchronic wonderful boston millenials - mapping rotten market sectirs that cause chronic diseases and far more including setting up donor registries in developing nations and of course linking into PIH

we find dating te origin of a healt netwiork can be useful in terms of mapping the species 

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 Version under massive improvement through spring 2015 - we welcome your comments/suggested additions - chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

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72on BRAC Community Health Networkers -miracle text

 

72 first mission  of Medecins sans Frontieres. MSF is largely volunteer based calling on a membership of over 30000 when relief to disasters requires medical attention. It has become ranked as logistically brilliant often arriving at a disaster within 3 days.

 

75-77 Operation smallpox zero was mainly led on indian continent by Larry Brilliant though the last case was in somalia in 1977. The most rigorous programs encompassing rules and standards concerning vaccination, detection and containment. These were pre-digital days. Around 2006 Larry Brilliant was made first head of google.org and mapping tools geared to risk prevention of infectious diseases became a key focus. At same tine twitter was launched originally as a tool for mass real-time risk prevention.

 76 foundation of aravind "end unnecessary blindness" - one of most clearly franchised open development models - the life's vision of an Indian doctor but with the moral support of Larry Brilliant

80 American James Grant, born in China to missionary parents, starts 15 years of transformational networking as 3rd person to lead UNICEF. He devoted his life to low- cost health care for the children of the world celebrating such methods as immunization and oral rehydration which also became first initiative that BRAC diffused as a nationwide rural  program.  During Grant's leadership, the percentage of children receiving immunizations in the developing world rose from 20% to 80%. He traveled the world with his informal presentation tio national leaders animated by carrying a packet of oral rehydration salts in his pocket, as well as a note on the number of children killed by preventable diseases. Grant was also a tireless fund-raiser pioneering celebrity publicity for UNICEF. Stars he persuaded to the cause included Liv Ullmann, Roger Moore, Peter Ustinov, Harry Belafonte , Danny Kaye and Audrey Hepburn.

83 after 7 years of Yunus developing bottom-up microfranchise innovating sustainable livelihoods for world's poorest village mothers, national ordinance granted to Grameen Bank to rapidly replicate model based on circles of 60 village mothers, supported by barefoot branch staff visiting 60 circles a week. The group culture's 16 decisions commit to health practices that are celebrated in a group recital at every weekly circle. Soon Grameen added extra innovation with every banking circle itwinned with a vegetable garden with bank managers retailing 1 taka packets of carrot seeds. This was yunus microfranchise solution to the night blindness that he observed many village chilren suffered from due to vitamin a deficiency.

87 PIH formally starts as Boston-Haiti

From 96 PIH enters global social health franchising with TB-HIV solution: Boston-Haiti-Peru-Russia- supports case of social movement for affordable innovation of hiv virals-template for reforming global pharmaFrom 96 PIH enters global social health franchising with TB-HIV solution: Boston-Haiti-Peru-Russia- supports case of social movement for affordable innovation of hiv virals-template for reforming global pharma

 

96 grameen kalyan founded -in this year that yunus starts up grameen phone mobile experinents-health is anticipated as a key opportunity of digital- also dividends to grameen members increase due to their part ownership of grameen phone and in years when the whole dividend isnt payable it is mainly pleced in kalyan's well being fund

 

99 Brac University opens and its star health curriculum James Grant School of Public Health

 

Medical Media Lab- From 06 MIT media lab took a turn towards medical apps with y=the interest of ite new head Frank Moss (2006-2011) followed by Joit Ito (2011 on) . Moss founded  the New Media Medicine research group and in 2009 The Media Lab finally celebrated new buidings- these are both a favorite conference centre and display of MIT student magic much of it concerning health related apps.

06PIH Partnership forms of developmn t take on rising significance in part due to emergence of forum like Clinton Global - extending PIH collaborative capacity almost unique among US-styled agencies

Globalhealthdelivery.org founded in 07 by Kim, Farmer and Porter - see http://www.globalhealthdelivery.org/about/ 

Related forum -benchmark for any global social professions is http://www.ghdonline.org/dashboard/ 

 

09 ypchronic founded by 12 harvard and boston based students this millennials open social action networks has scaled to over 2500 memebres linkin 100 countries by 2014

 

In 2006 Yunus was awarded Nobel Pace Prize. This is where he publicly anlounced taking partberships with global corporates to a new level - the so called global social business model. Health was committed to by Yunus as the area he most wanted to prioritise.The idea of Global Grameen partnerships with corporates had been brainstormed a year earlier in Paris with Danone leadership committing to develop a nutritional yogurt for Bangladeshi village infants.

Yunus had also teamed up by 2006 with the american Vidar Jorgennsen whose business interests included the massive world congress healthcare summit. It was about this time that the US grameenhealth.org appeared; by now Grameen Kalyan had established 48 Grameen Clinics.

 

Grameen Greenchildren replication of aravind- during 2006 celebrations of Yunus the green children becemae one of the first social busienss pop groups raising over a half a million dolars with their song hear me now which was invested in the first

replications of grameen green children eyecare

 

10 Grameen Nursing college- this aims to provide the lowest cost real full nursing qualkification- leberage points include grameen's pick of its own secondary girl scholarships. Content eladership is provided through Glasgow Caledonian's senior trainer of nursing takng up residence in Dhaka for over 3 years. The model and its potential future blending with virtual channels is excellent but like much of yunus entreprises from 2011 on the quarrels with sheikh hasina may limit the direct organic growth of this model locally

 

 

12on PIH takes on new levels of networking impact - now owning haiiti's main teaching hospital and with its former co-founder jim kim #2030now inspiring partners in sustainability millennials of all sorts of practices out of the world bank

 

12 health becones 2nd main compass of khan academy - unlike the maths curricula which is mainly produced by hkhan, most of the health content is derived from peer to peer teaching competitions

 

One of the grassroots knowhow centres of west africa during ebola crisis appears to be last mile and http://healthmarketinnovations.org/about

http://healthmarketinnovations.org/topics

Here a database of over 1000 local training programs had already been assembled (pre-ebola). -last mile health having emerged since 2007 

 

xCollaboration Knowledge Epicentres - Boston PIH and Ghdonlines - Additional Milleennials Networks; YPChronic

Building Most Affordable Healthnetworks

Bangladesh BRAC and Grameen

PIH

 

  • Haiti includes Mirebalais Hospiital since 2013
  • Rwanda
  • TB excellence centres incklude Peru, Russian Prisons
  • Lesotho, Malawi, Liberia and Sierra Leone 
10 disease priorities of last mile health

 

 Other major collaboration networks Doctors without borsers

Open Education Platforms

 Replicable franchise solutions

problem/solution 

 diseases preventable by innoculation

infant diarrhea - oral rehydration

first 1000 days malnutrition  -partial solution eg vegetable eg carrots garden linked to every rural banking centre

preventable blindness -aravind franchise 

e-gamechnagers  

4) Coming lower down - what fans of women4empowerment need to do so economies are never ganed ruled by such caracters as the former head of the IMF  

BRAC Timeline- 2011 BRAC Annual Report -action learning Paulo Freire Culture Poverty Alleviation

Building and Exponentially Sustaining Trust through  the Microfranchise Developing Economy

 

1970s

Functional Education

Life skills development for adults that helps to build solidarity, creates a savings mentality and prepare people for new income generation

VO - Village Organisation

The most effective medium for catalysing change in disadvantaged communities

Para-Professionals

Pioneering models of vaccinations, community health workers and barefoot lawyers. that provide incentive based jobs for those prepared to serve their communities

1980s

Homemade Oral rehydration solution campaign

A groundbreaking campaign in which 13 million households in Bangladesh learned how to make oral saline at home. - a lesson that continues to save millions of lives from diarrhea

Incentive salary system

A result oriented incentive package that measures effectiveness of and compensates our community workers and volunteers accordingly

Education for dropouts and non-entrants

Our own primary schools that help disadvantaged children make successful transitions to formal schools

Enterprises for Value Chain support

An integrated network of our development programs,  enterprises and investments  that result in an unique synergy

Directly Observed Treatment (DOT) for TB control

An effective treatment method for TB.-a result of our incentive-based salary system for community-health workers ensuring patients daily intakes of medicines for 6 months or more

Credit<>Approach

An integrated set of services for the landless poor, marginal farmers and small entrepreneurs working together to strengthen the supply chain of the enterprises in which our microfinance borrowers invest.

1990s

Empowerment and livelihoods for adolescents

A range of initiative to empower adolescents including skills training, social development, and micro loans for their future businesses

Adolescent Clubs

Safe spaces where peer driven innovation for adolescents enhance their personal growth and social skills

Pre-primary schools

Our own re-primary schools where we prepare underprivileged children to enter mainstream primary schools

Hybrid maize

A pioneer venture to commercialise corn harvesting which plays a key role in making farmers shift from traditional single cropping to multiple cropping to maximise land usage during the seasons

Popular Theatre

A traditional platform became an effective communication medium to advocate for social changes in rural communities particularly to the illiterate

Artificial Inseminators We transformed over 2000 rural poor into entrepreneurs with an innovative livelihood opportunity providing fee based door to door artificial insemination and educational services to livestock farmers

2000s

Sharecroppers scheme

A phenomenal initiative to offer soft loans for tenant farmers (sharecroppers) with a specially tailored recovery plan

Challenging the frontiers of poverty reduction

A unique  model focusing on extremely deprived women to improve their economic and social situations. allowing ultra poor households to graduate from extreme poverty and enter mainstream development programs

Birthing huts

Safe and culturally accepted places with appropriate services for mothers in urban slums

M-health services

A mobile based platform that community health workers use to collect data and provide a range of real time automated services such as storing patient records, categorising and assessing medical risks, prioritising medical responses and monitoring referrals

Unique management model

A unique management model that focuses on internal controls without suffocating creativity, runs our larger scale interventions cost effectively, and enables us to constantly learn from communities we serve across the world

 

Lessons from Ebola: Toward a Post-2015 Strategy for Pandemic Response




Date: January 27th 2015
Time: 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. ET (21:00 -– 22:00 GMT or convert time)
Location: Georgetown University & Online 
Putting on protective gear against Ebola. Photo: Morgana Wingard/USAID

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Jim Yong Kim, President of the World Bank Group, will deliver Georgetown’s inaugural Global Futures lecture.

The lecture, “Lessons from Ebola: A post-2015 strategy for pandemic response,” will kick off a semester-long conversation about the “Global Future of Development” at Georgetown as part of the university’s new Global Futures Initiative.

His talk on Jan. 27 will connect ongoing efforts to stop the spread of infection in West Africa with longer-term efforts to improve public health systems that support economic and social development in countries vulnerable to future pandemics.

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