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