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    Can we share maps valuing millennials of #2030now?

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      0  Can we share maps valuing millennials of #2030now?

      #2030now resources


      launch UN start of 2013-2014 mashable summit - turned into change the world mooc- repeated typically end of each year (currently 2nd performance) - millennials alumni 50000+

      Kim Transcripts  Jim Kim2030nowjimkim2transcripts.doc 2030nowjimkim2transcripts.doc,


      what open learning campus contents help millennials build #2030now

      what other world bank processes link in (youth summit, tedx, selected world bank live webinars 1 2 3 ...)


      what other dc-millennial world processes partner millennials valuation and 2030now

      what other future capitals processes linkin 2030now (eg Dhaka as first to experiment with mobile partnerships with poorest villages and champion of millennial goal forums starting with microcreditsummit in 1997)  or other back from future goal relate maps of millennial collaboration


      Valuing Millennials: Alumni Webs - Who's Micro-up Who and How's Collaboration How







      Asia M

      Americas M

      Africa M

      Gandhi family


      Samara, Khan elearning platforms ...

      Ma and Lee

      H: Health






      Health millennials boston and .

      Peace-health millennials - tokyo, rome melbourne atlanta ...


      Medicines sans frontieres and flying doctor models





      Gandhi Montesorri


      Blecher Partners


      Soros open society

      Gorbachev and Rome


      MIT and media lab (edu)

      Khan Academy

      Coursera on demand -world bank OLC

      Gordon Dryden

      Ihubs run by tech

      Ma and Lee and MIT partners

      B: Banking

      Brac triple model

      Grameen's pre digital model

      Jamii Bora slum model

      Mpesa and bkash models and MIT wizards

      Kiva and puddle models

      Partners of Nabard -Intel agribanks for poorest

      Aflatoun financial literacy at primary

      Global association of banks with values

      Australia 10000 girls model

      Identifying pro-youth banks of microfranchises - convergence of role of bank, uni and mobile

      Nanocredit and woemn4empowerment

      Currencies bottom up and intergenerational rising beyond borders - soros  ineteconomics

      N: Nutrition - food and water security

      Alumni of Borlaug and Nippon Institute

      Abed and chief crop science

      Yunus most local nutrition- every bank branch with veg garden

      Polak - Dlab from treadle pumps to bottom up multinationals including water angels1

      Grameen Intel and other eagri partners

      Ethiopian coop models of eg blessed coffee

      Ethiopia fair commodity exchange

      Aquaponics and locally processed nutrition- slow food celebrity chefs

      Other superorganics of beyond carbon world

      Water angels 2 eg bon agua networks round foz



      E: Energy green and zero waste

      Neville Williams and solar learning curves since carter

      Alumni of Ray Anderson- almost any sector can profitably free itself from carbon energy in half a generation

      Biogas ovens a billion

      Solar a billion models yunus and









      OT: Open Tech


      Media Labs

      Ma & Lee - webnow

      Open Source Pracs

      Risk Ilabs








      MT$: Trillion  $ models of sustainability rising exponentials

      30000 microfranchise - celebrate with public media

      Debate whose purpose for each sector leads empower millennial livelihoods and sustainability most

      Yunus and the jobs olympics model of 100% social busienss

      51%+ social business partnerships

      BRAC value chain redesign model

      KIM value chain redesign model

      Soros billionnaires who plant leapfrog models

      Polak bottom up miltinational model

      Ma redesign partners of internet can be so much bigger model

      W4E models

      Continent-wide (or mother tongue) millennials modets and massive coopetitions

      Open source, open everything models - how genome was open mapped Cambridge Uni
















      1 Definitions of millennials

      I optimistically like to define #2030now round this search aligning social impact vision of Jim Kim and World Bank since 2012

      I try to define millennials inclusively -primarily round 3 ideas:

      1. professionals aged 25-40 in 2015 are potentially most educated, connected and sustainability collaborative the world has ever celebrated
      2. those born from 1984 - ie either their they found their livelihoods started (age 16) in new millennium or both their education and livelihoods were born to be millennial. By millennial I mean principally 2 things- web or mobile connectivity changes everything you action or learn; there were some worldwide goals to navigate valuation of purpose of human race
      3. elders (or anyone not included in 1,2) whose live by investment models or open technology designs which value millennials

      -question 1 - if I havent included your scoping of millennials please comment


      2 Examples of Millennials Who's Who

      My peer groups and I are most passionate about exploring these mapping legends

      1. Future Capitals being places with a world impacting institution that is supporting an exponentially rising valuation of millennials - examples DC has 2 cases I find most valuable to map - world bank since 2012, OAS since ; whereas Dhaka was the first capital to bring mobile connectivity to the villages in 1996 and its support of mocro0creditsummit from 1997 became one of the spaces that continuously debated millennium goals =which capitals do you continuously search through to linkin valuing millennials
      2. Practice areas- eg health millennials as of 2015 are a benchmark practice area open social invitations to join them ( see alumni mentored by eg Kim , Farmer or Abed); also review how those with longest learning curve of mobilising end of digital divides repeatedly come back to health as a test practice. Open Learning campus millennials may be at one of the critical tipping points of the next 3 years- at least I hope so as I will be in university class of 2015-2018. In this regard Atlanta may be a key US player of Future Capitalism http://youthcreativelab.blogspot.com
      3. By demographic cultures - such as gender (1 2 3) , faith, or national identity (note coming from scottish descendants a nation that mostly lives outside scotland- both resident and diaspora dynamics of national identity may inform mapping trust-flows)
      4. Type of global social (or business or microfranchise) valuation model and how it transparently integrates valuation of millennials around compound impacts
      5. Major conflict that everyone in the millennial network is connected to innovating systemically beyond


      Question 2 -if I have excluded legend variables that matter to you -please discuss; otherwise lets get cataloguing (examples) who's millennials who



      3 Has there been a particular moment when your or your family's future history was directly changed by exploring millennial possibilities. example my father's first job was with uk national development project in computer assisted learning 1972. This was anchored out of Leeds/Bradford - by then a relatively poor and multicultural part of the UK whose prime time had been during industrial revolution's early global markets for textiles. Three generations of our diaries questioning the coming entrepreneurial revolution of net generation have been continuously published since 1972


      Question 3 - taking as long a view of intergeneration change as you can, which innovation issues do you prioritise as being next tipping points of #2030now?

        • Re: Can we share maps valuing millennials of #2030now?
          isabellawm C4D Connoisseur

          Farmer and Kim's greatest partnership before Kim joined the world bank rebuilt haiti's medical teaching hospital



          Dad had privilege to interview Paul Farmer at 20th Open Society celebrations Budapest hosted by Soros and celebrating Sir Fazle Abed as the

          3rd world class health servant for the poor


          The opportunities for an open learning campus to train tens of million community health workers are clearly within reach when you link these sorts of ideas


          1 bangladesh microcredit only scaled since 1972 because village mothers first trusted brac and grameen to sharing urgent health

          knowhow starting with oral rehydration without which one in 5 infants were dying- then in 1996 with funds from soros bangladesh

          was the first to experiment with mobile partnerships of poorest village women: 2 prime time lessons from this 20 year action learning curve are :

          1 health is most urgent open app,  there are several 10 times more economic ways to leapfrog with mobile but each depends on

          understanding a locally missing infrastructure - eg right now solar energy is the most economic way to go for over a billion off grid poorest people


          Getting to the MIrebalais hospital above has taken over 30 years of Farmer commuting between Haiti and Boston


          As people like Larry Brilliant (who ended smallpox and was google.org's first ceo ) predicted, plague prevention in a hyperconnected world

          is a worldwide local investment we all need to make if sustainability is to be millennials inheritance


          The Ethiopian (Noah Samara) who now runs the 5 billion person elearning satellite www,yazmi.com first got into satellites to try to minimise spread of hiv -

          today he would love to know what to put up on preventing ebola


          Village nursing, nutrition, urgent mobile searching is the preferred job of tens if not hundreds of millions of village

          girls - not to design nearly free nursing colleges mixing virtual and real world mentoring is extremely uneconomic and blatantly anti-social to women


          so lets just do it  (or if its not possible say why not)  -tell us where girls health millennials linkin isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com


          x Some Keynsian Connections between Sustainable Health Service, Philanthropy, and Development Assistance. Help improve the action learning history that can be triangularised around the life's (net)works of Abed, Soros, and Farmer (some dates approximate)

          1972 Local cyclone in new nation of Bangladesh killing half a million people causes sir fazle abed to found BRAC initially as bottom up disaster relief. network Having earned the trust of global relief partners, he evolves bottom-up development models first round village health networks, then village primary schools, then by redesigning whole value chains round component livelihood each of which is microfinanced. During the first decade of being a new nation, traditional government focuses on cities -  one could bechmarkthe development of Bangaldesh village network's microentrepreneurship as the most economical and sustainable of privatization models. BRAC goes beyind charity through it social enterprise models that transform whole value chains. For example, noting that the 1970s village chicken didnt lay enough eggs to sustain a livelihood, BRAC bred superchickens that laid more eggs. However these birds needed more veterinary attention. Ultimately BRAC became a leader of the Bangladesh poultry market by designing 5 interlocking microfranchises: breeding super chickens, village chicken vets, village owner of chickens for laying eggs, distribution of surplus eggs from village to city, producing chicken feed from land not able to sustain human crops

          1978 Soros enters philanthropy- initially with funds supporting African youth in Cape Town.

          1982 Farmer starts commuting between Haiti and Boston in his mission to build Haiti's bottom up health service through tranfusion of knowhow between Boston and Haiti

          1988 Farmer forms partners in health with 2 philanthropists, 1 socialite, and 1 other world class health servant (Jim Kim)

          1992 Soros partners Gorbachev in forming Open Society networks (and opening Central European University in his home capital Budapest). Gorbachev goes on in 2000 to found Nobel peace Laureate Summit in partnership with Club of Rome.

          1996 Soros funds first partnership experiments between village mothers and mobile telecoms (Grameen Phone)

          1990s BRAC and PIH knowhow round how to sustain world class tuberculosis treatment to the poorest

          2000 Soros also funds experiments in ecovillages with Jeffrey Sachs. ( A failure or a way of transforming mindsets out of New York's Earth Institute at Columbia University?)

          2000s PIH gets involved in making value chain of HIV treatment affordable- the global leadership trust relationships built make Farmer the natural partner for rebuilding Haiti's medical training hospital  (see Mirebalais above) after the earthquake's destruction of Haiti's national hospital

          2000s Having led the way in part 1 of the economic miracle of ending village poverty in pre-digital age, bangladesh now becomes number 1 lab for leapfrogging models-through which mobile open source knowhow connects 10 times more economical solutions (villages in bangladesh went from no landline phones to mobile, from no on-grid electricity to solar, from barefoot banking to cashless banking (eg mobilising virtual remittances- cash and manual banking just for last-mile service, and many experiments in mobile medical apps)

          By 2010, BRAC has become world's largest and most collaborative NGO. It extends some of its bottom up crop science value chains and girls livelihood networking to several countries in Africa, and to Haiti.

          2012 Soros hosts 20th celebrations of Open Society in Budapest with Paul Farmer and Sir Fazle Abed

          By 2012 Soros has founded www.ineteconomics.org - time to get back to Keynsian economics and make sure this is massively MOOCed. The core goal of the Keynsian economist is to design future capitalism systems that end poverty through intergenerational investments in community livelihoods. To which Keynsian alumni Schumacher added: the problem of ending poverty is most fundamentally a village networking one. The hunt and celebration of microfranchises can be both the net generation's exciting way to end poverty and the just-in-time transformation over to clean energy (failure to do this in time will again see villages (least connected communities) as first to lose sustainability)

            • Re: Can we share maps valuing millennials of #2030now?
              isabellawm C4D Connoisseur

              Occasionally I like to put some notes in the margin. It may be that only people in circles of www.women4empowerment.org will find these notes


              It seems to me that 20th c macroeconomics placed zero value on mothers' works and sustaining communities. I want to map an opposite world. Peculiarly it is someone like Soros that opens the door to peak out onto that future -would you agree with this type of crisis table -isabella@unacknowledgedgiant.com if so where can we linkin to explore it in more detailed contexts?


              Who's Economy is it Anyway  - Example of urgently needed post 2015 Millennials debate



              Zero-Sum (eg consuming thins, paper currencies printed by national politicians

              Above Zero Sum (how knowledge multiplies value in use and sustainability depends on rising exponentials through time

              Systems valuing 99% of peoples children livelihoods


              The future of Europe of Soros and the Pope!

              Systems controlled by less than 1% of oldest biggest people

              The future of Europe by big bureaucrats, and dumbing down media



              Let's accept Keynes hypothesis (General Theory) that increasingly only economists rules over what systemic consequences compound


              This would mean that economists would need to best at understanding hihft changes in innovation when the future most urgently needed to free humans from some past assumptions (or what Einstein called outdated science that needed to be modelled at a more micro level of dynamic interactions)


              I am happy to assume one permanent truth:  for a place to develop across generation, it will need to be healthy and one where families can joyfully and safely see their children grow skills

              However I posit that the last century and a half of millennium 2 was an anomaly- places grew the most that used the most dirty energy and where big was used to trade on terms that exponentially disadvantaged those that had the least


              When ma grandfather first saw students experimenting with digital learning networks in 1972, he designed these new hypotheses for millennial sustainability and the net generation valuing way above zero-sum trades


              transform to abundant clean energy

              look for microfranchise models where people open source solutions that communities can serve wherever they match local contexts- celebrate how sharing actionable learning multiplies values in use unlike scarcities of consuming things up

              online library of norman macrae--

              Grandad went further he made a list of many ways in which the macroeconomic mindset that emerged after world wars in the mid 20th century would compound the greatest risk to sustainability of new millennium generations. George Soros was the systems designer grandfather chatted to most. Moreover after nearly 50 years of mediating pro-youth economics at The Economist grandad wrote the biography of von neumann - Budapest's other greatest above zero-sum game player and father of modern day computing