RAISING >2 BILLION HUMANS INTELLIGENCES BY 25 YEARS. After helping with recovery 1970 cyclone killing half a million of his compatriots, Fazle Abed was nearly assassinated by his employer Royal Dutch Shell and the Pakistani army. Fortunately he spent his remaining 50 years celebrating intelligence development of the poorest 2 billion parents notably growth of 1billiongirls. For over quarter of a century all networking was done by word of mouth and sight of book because in Asia 20th c village life still meant no access to electricity grids or telephone lines. Fortunately both Computing Whizs Jobs & Gates were both partly dis-satisfied with western apps of pc networks which they had begun in 1984. Around 2001 they both hosted silicon valley 65th birthday wish parties for Abed as global village tech envoy. Partners in life critical challenges had begun to bring abed's village mothers solar and mobile to co-create with. Abed changed the way Jobs saw tech futures of education (see ) and how Gates saw global health fund foundations and overall the valley's university stanford started to see as far as intelligence of Women and Youth goes the most life critical knowhow for 2 billion humans wasnt directly measurable in 90 day monetary flows; it was measurable in increased life expectancy by over 25 years during Abed's community servant leadership. Probably the greatest lift in intelligence until celebrations of what Fei-Fei Li opened the worlds eyes to in 2012, and Melinda Gates and Nvidia's Jensen Huang were first to helped AIforall lift since 2014.

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 Bangladesh is 8th most popolous nation and of the 20 most populous the one with the least export markets relate to industrial era and mineral resources. Being at river delta it owns effectively no mineral resources. Actually because of the influence of small island nations, a majority have nor owned resources relevant to industrial exports relying on on nature's other resources. Is worth thinking about this as one more logic of how the non-carbon age wll be more equitable if we ever get there. Bangkadesh's exports are about a third crops; a third "remittances" a third garments which it has done well to be world number 2 historically (albeit at the low end of most submarkets and in a sector with patchy human rights)

Overall BRAC shows us the sort of value markets that need to be designed to the advantage of the poorest - whether in this case by a trust overall owned to be pro-poor or by goverbment

BRAC's overall positive cashflows come from being present in almost all elements of the financial and tech  sector  and by 3 designs

enterprise which it designs as sector market leading business so as to integrste sector as pro-poor (eg agriculture as the biggest livelihood sectir needs to be pro poor)

micro franchises with a natioal sector which deliver positive cash flow within a village of women owned businesses

sometimes consulting or advising on a worldwide scaling of a solution almosr always first designed by brac for bangladeshis

Here's list pf brac enterprises in 2016 brac bangladesh report which looks to me the last edited overall by Fazle Abed as his cancer took over with his death dec 2019. The report also visioned 8 changes over next 5 years

brac seed and agriculture

brac chickeb

brac dairy

brac artificial insemination

brac fisheries

brac salt

brac cold storage 

brac print pack

brac  Aaeong-crafts and value surplus villagers make from urban distibution

brac horsery - social forestry

brac sericulture
brac santatry napkins and delivery kit

the enterprises as national leaders which also support village owned microfranchises- by which we man franchises designed by brac so mother get positive cash flow



brac city bank

brac guardian life

bracipfc pro poor financing 

brac iodc

brac it services

  brac housing

brac tea estate

8 changes

1 eliminatging extreme poverty

2 expanding financial choices of people living in poverry

3 employable for skills for decent work

4 climate change and emergency response

5 gender equality

6 universal access to healthcare and wash

7pro poor urban dev

8 investing in teh next generation

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