20th century intelligence - ending poverty of half world without electricity -although Keynes 1936 (last capter general theiry money inetrest emplymen) asked Economists to take hipocrati oath as the profession that ended extreme poverty, most economists did the opposite. Whats not understandable is how educatirs failed to catalogue the lessons of the handful who bottom-up empowered vilages to collaboratively end poverty. There are mainly 2 inteligences to understand- Borlaug on food; fazle abed on everything that raised life expectancy in tropical viage asia from low 40s to 60s (about 7 below norm of living with electricity and telecomes). Between 1972 and 2001, Abed's lessons catalogued in this mooc had largelu built the nation of Bangladesh and been replicated with help of Unicef's James Grant acroo most tropical asian areas. What's exciting is the valley's mr ad mrs steve jobs invted Fazle Abed to share inteligences 2001 at his 65th birthday party. The Jobs and frineds promised to integrate abed's inteligence into neighborhod university stanfrd which in any event wanted Jobs next great leap the iphone. The Valley told abed to start a university so that women graduates from poor and rich nations could blend inteligence as Abed's bottom of the pyramid vilage began their journey of leapfrog modles now that gridd infarstructures were ni longer needed for sdiar and mobile. Abed could also help redesign the millennium goals which were being greenwashed into a shared worldwide system coding frame by 2016. There re at Abed's 80th birtday party , the easy bitwas checking this mooc was uptodate. The hard bit - what did Abed mean by his wish to headhunt a taiwanese american to head the university's 3rd decade starting 2020?

Thursday, March 24, 2022

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  1. The Asia-Pacific Financial Inclusion Summit is the region’s premier thought leadership event on financial inclusion. The Summit will take place on March 21 & 22, 2017 at the JW Marriott in Hanoi, Vietnam.
    Hosted by the State Bank of Vietnam and organised by the Citi Foundation and the Foundation for Development Cooperation (FDC), in partnership with the Banking with the Poor Network (BWTP), the Economist Group, the Summit convenes key stakeholders in the inclusive finance ecosystem to drive collective actions to promote positive change and inclusive growth across the region.

    Themed “Advancing Financial Inclusion in a Digital Age”, the 2017 Summit will explore the opportunities and challenges of the next generation of financial inclusion; Facilitate interactions with policy-makers on latest national and regional initiatives and frontier issues in enabling greater financial inclusion in Asia-Pacific; Showcase latest technology and innovations in financial products and services for the unbanked and underserved; Stimulate debates and exchange knowledge among thought leaders, experts, and fellow practitioners for best practice programming; Explore partnership models that can most effectively achieve scale and impact.

    The Summit wil join more than 450 senior leaders from non-profit organisations, financial services institutions, central banks and government agencies, multilateral organisations, microfinance institutions, educational organisations, and businesses from across Asia and beyond for this milestone event.

    Madam Nguyen Thi Hong, Deputy Governor for the State Bank of Vietnam will be delivering the keynote address at the Summit which will also see senior and prominent leaders from the financial inclusion ecosystem discuss current trends and explore possibilities for acting together. Key speakers available for Summit are Natasha Ansell, Citi Country Officer, Vietnam; Brandee McHale, President, Citi Foundation; Pia Roman, Director, Inclusive Finance Advocacy Office, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas; Graham MacMillan, Senior Program Officer for Inclusive Economies, Ford Foundation; Manoj Sharma, Managing Director-Asia, MicroSave; Philip Course, Managing Director, Cullinan Group; Vijayalashkmi Das, CEO, Friend of Women’s World Banking; Gregory Chen, Head Policy, The Consultative Group to Assist the Poor; Shameran Abed, Head of Microfinance, BRAC, Chairman bKash; and Dr. Dean Karlan, Professor of Economics, Yale University.

    About the State Bank of Vietnam

    The State Bank of Vietnam (SBV) is a ministerial agency of the Government - the Central Bank of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam. The operations of the SBV aim at stabilizing the value of Vietnamese currency, ensuring safe and sound banking operations and the system of credit institutions, ensuring safety and efficiency of national payment system, and contributing to socio – economic development under the socialist orientation. For more information, visit www.sbv.gov.vn.