sept 2021 breaking what if Conscious Japans man and woman of the year PM Suga/Superstar Osaka were knowhow- accessible for every asian sdg graduate of 21-22?
until 1996 potential partners of fazle abed could exchange/experiment in village labs all over bangladesh - then in quick succession two new collab platforms: 5.3 bracnet (with japan and silicon valley co-founders) opened up internet partnerships in 1996 and in 2001 brac university 4.4 began-
entrusted in asia with 30 years of leadership networking, abed started a truly extraordinary hi-level search across Asian nations - which first 100 asian new universities wanted to share solutions each of which 2015+ graduates could help 50 million or more people scale -
following the UN sdgs 2030 logic -if millennials are to be the first sustainability generation they will need to network trust /love in communities with such urgent and tech-local-deep solutions that classroom professors of theory in old university silos and slow moving journals can't empower youth to do quick enough to prevent extinction
today brac university is sharing two by 50-million plus designs abed spent his last years mobilising research partners including new nobel economics laureates around -
4.5 early childhood playschools -latest paper on playschools rohinga june 2021
1.3 ultra poverty graduation - added to the job responsibilities of abed's son shameran leading brac international and its pivotal connectivity with ultra poverty collabs in dozens of countries
email@example.com co-editor economistdiary.com/abedmooc.com, linkedin UNwomens:2021-2 please tell us if you know of other graduatie scaling ops as relevant to youth celebrating being the first sustanability generation as well as so-called kerry's last chance for humanity
more coming soon both from brc university and asian universities that accepted the 50 million challenge , nd of course what abed linkedin as the worl'ship and one billion womens network ending exreme poverty, and glasgow university adam smith scholars now in 11th year designing journals that make calls fir this graduate years most exciting collaborations as well as publish elders stuff -do you know anything cop26 needs graduate collabs to scale everywhere in next 12 months?
30 years ahead of the rest of the world . abed started up community platforms where the world's most trusted partners could trade systems solutions poorest village women need to network round for life sustaining purpose 5.1 100000 person meta village; 5.2 bottom billion village women scaled during brac's first 12 year; blended platforms including 5.3 bracnet and start of 100 collab asian new 5.4 university partnerships exponentially accelerating from 1996 and 2001
not everyone understands data mapped around a platform is the only transparent way to humanise #aiforgood- fortunately abed was an engineer that did understand- 10 years of pen, paper and slide ruler 5 year planning at shell made him always ready to help empower worlds poorest villagers with smartest maths and maps have to offer
sustainability generation goal 5 100% livesmatter communities 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6; 4 livelihood edu for all 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.6 ref Safiqul Islam 3 last mile health services 3.1 3,2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 last mile nutrition 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2,6 banking for all workers 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6
5.6 puck of the week - sdg student year 21-22.3ReplyDelete
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