best news of month on covid - mastercard foundation billion $ plus grant to vaccination africa led by reeta roy - abed's uber-friend and tufts graduate- worst news of month bloomberg qatar economic summit's clearest lesson west's covif approach to africa appears to be maximising vavvination inequality 2
update june 2021 bloomberg and emir of qatar host first qatar economic summit - which nations are collaborating in vaccinations to end poverty
women empowerment asia 50 year learning curves on sdgs - 2020-1970
integral to billion asian women ending extreme poverty was raising life expectancy to at least 60+
in spite of rural peoples having no access to electricity (no communications beyond person to person networking) 100% vaccination women empowered nations leapt forward in 70s/80 -and shared knowhow- leadership of this started with unicef dialogue year of child 1977 whose best responses came from fazle abed and china's barefoot medics- so much so that unicef's james grant partnered in worldwide sharing of what he learnt with these sources
over last 14 years since our first journeys to bangladesh we have written often with adam smith scholars that regarding
missing millennials jobs - last mile health care at least 100 million - more at youthmarkets.com and worldrecordojbs.com - queries email@example.com wash dc/glasgow/dhaka/tokyo/hk/uae bureau
anyone influencing 2020s globally needs urgently collaborate now not just to go beyond covid but to mediate privacy & openness so ai health can leap forward for global public health- contact james grant school of public health part of bed university for more on 50 year learning curve of how last mile health entrepreneurs empowered billion poorest women to lead poverty's end but not yet climate's renewal
bloomberg uncovers how global pharma almost discarded mrna tech
under construction - more links soo
historic cases abed bangladesh; 3.4-3.1 women empowered rural nation building and last mile health service networks- core or rural keynesianism with borlaug advances in rural food security
connecting james grant unicef bangladesh and china; chen family harvard, bangladesh, china; larry brilliant - epidemiology-led liberal arts universities eg swarthmore;
1880s founders purpose stanford;
bard founding family support of nyu, columbia u medical school , bard college
john bard from wikipediaReplyDelete
born in Hyde Park, New York on June 2, 1819. eleventh of fourteen children born to Catherine (née Cruger) Bard (1781–1868) and William Bard, an attorney who was a pioneer in life insurance in the United States.
Bard was descended from a family of physicians and professors. His paternal grandfather was Samuel Bard, a prominent doctor who was a founder of Columbia University's medical school and physician to George Washington. Samuel Bard's father had invested in Hyde Park, then a 3, 600 acre plantation. His paternal aunt, Eliza Bard married the Rev. John McVickar, a professor at Columbia University. The family had strong connections with the Episcopal Church and Columbia.
Bard's father founded and was the first president of the "New York Life Insurance and Trust Company," the first life insurance company in New York, from 1830 to 1847. Bard himself served as president of the company.
St. Stephen's College
Bard was a devout Christian and wanted to help improve the quality of life of the poor and to encourage more ministers to be trained. In 1853, Bard and his wife, who held similar beliefs, purchased a part of the Blithewood estate from Robert Donaldson Jr. and renamed it Annandale. The Bards were committed to many educational projects in their community and other nearby neighborhoods. In 1854, John and Margaret established a parish school on their estate in order to educate the area's children with a small building Bard Hall, serving as a school on weekdays and a chapel on weekends. In 1857, the Bards expanded the parish by building the Chapel of the Holy Innocents next to Bard Hall. During this time, John Bard remained in close contact with the New York leaders of the Episcopal Church, the Rt. Rev. Jonathan Mayhew Wainwright, Bishop of New York, and the Rev. John McVickar, superintendent of the Society for Promoting Religion and Learning. They suggested that he found a theological college. The Bards also collaborated with James Starr Clark from Tivoli to found the Trinity Church and School, and also Trinity Academy, a school for young boys.
With the promise of outside financial support, John Bard donated the unfinished Chapel, and the surrounding 18 acres, to the diocese in November 1858. In March 1860, St. Stephen's College was founded. In 1861, construction began on the first St. Stephen's College building, a stone collegiate gothic dormitory called Aspinwall. St. Stephen's College officially changed its name to Bard College in 1934 in honor of its founder.
In 1849, he married Margaret Taylor Johnston (1825–1875). Margaret was the daughter of John Johnston, a founder of New York University, and the sister of John Taylor Johnston, who served as president of the Central Railroad of New Jersey and was a founder of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Together, John and Margaret were the parents of:
Emily Bard (b. 1851), who married Charles Buyamen Lutyens in 1886.
Caroline Bard (1855–1879), who died unmarried.
William Bard (1856–1868), who died, aged 12.
Rosalie DeNormandie Bard (1867–1918), who married lawyer Charles Adams Moran (1859–1934).
After the Bards' only son Willie died in 1868, the Bards and their three daughters moved to Europe. His wife died in Rome on April 10, 1875.
zoom summit 3rd week of june hosted by bloomberg and emir of qatar offered multiple leading edge updates on sustainability - here are notes on 3.3 vaccination africa from conversation with most concerned friend of mine with families in libya--- all videos from last weeks qatar/bloomberg summit are https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLk_dRJVyaR2x3NLv62ZmcECUfKzSlxMV5 many of the first 10 videos are on vaccination africa; i found video 8 mastercard foundation recent billion dollar donation for vaccination africa truly important- she reeta roy is also one of top 3 africa supporters of brac women empowerment in africa historically teen women livelihoods in uganda has become a continent wide benchmark - at video 3 south africa's ramaphosa discusses multiple vaccine letdowns; i believe he with who is leading call for selected african countries to be manufacturers - somewhere i heard south africa rwanda -kagame has deep support from harvatd- and senegal have already declared they will be manufacturing .if you do hear news of who is helping on what i am trying to keep a blog of that; i would like to be wrong but i believe uae is much ahead of europe and usa in demanding this though of course we have the complicated list of countries that have invented vaccines and do they all work against the latest variant - video 10 is most interesting it seems that noubar afeyan co-founder of moderna is arguably the world leader in all of the vaccines - i dont know that much about his nationality etc- do your people already know him rsvp firstname.lastname@example.org to share updates on vaccinate africaReplyDelete