Abed billion womens webs decade 3/5: The 1990s also saw brac innovate world’s last mile village leadership in mitigating tuberculosis – trebling up on its microhealth services scaling of 3.1 oral rehydration, 3.3 continent-vaccination, as well as the most trusted 3.2 para-health networkers female communities have ever celebrated. It was through the tb solution that the 21st century started with 5 of global health’s influential Americans Jim Kim, Paul Farmer, Bill and Melinda Gates, and George Soros became intergenerational partners of Fazle Abed. While not opened to 2004, the James Grant School of Public Health 4.6 (as first world class stage of brac university) became the first college branch of brac university 4.4/5.4 hosting world class summits- the identity of frugal last mile health practices (often hundreds of times more affordable as well as all that is practical without electricity became famous in such life shaping domains of health networking as mothers giving birth). Out of necessity most village mothers give birth at home. Brac merchandises a frugal birthing kit with all the essential tools a midwife needs for half a dollar.
brac pioneered nationwide fight against tb from 1994 as documented here; at the turn of millennium jim kim followed by paul farmer, bill gates, george soros all discovered that brac had designed the most effective village method- this was one of the 2 main reasons such influential people both demanded brac go global and formed long lasting international partnerships
fazle abed was due to talk at world bank's second tedx -sadly neither the second tedx occurred nor abed's remaining years to dec 2019 made that possible
who spoke at first tedx in tune with abed?
on 3.4 village healthworker end tuberculosis across the indian subconrtinent shelly batra
1.1 1.2 girlsworldbank.com - fazle abed's founding partners - see harvard professor chen's quiet revolution - started up a miracle during the 1970s - the world's poorest nation became a bottom up partnership lab instead of a top-trickle down dependent- this is how village women went from next to zero productivity to at least half of nation building - ironically because of the way that britain's independence partitioned hatred borders- solutions women might have empowered over 50 years across anywhere that electricity grids hadnt come to asian villages did not reach india pakistan ot mynamar but girl did it reach half a billion chinese women- the financing method as discussed in the economist 1977 - see the village loyalty program WORK POINTS - was NOT the same- british and dutch aid were happy to give billions of dollars in 20th cetury restituition as long as it was the most effective banking and livelihood education bangladesh women could build...
but nobody with any link to human curiosity should be surprised that nature dealt continental asians the same life critical priority challenges in tropical regions cut off from 210 years of what smith and watt started up in glasgow
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