see also .. In 2016 the human race spends 1000 times more money and time on Learning Commns Tech. We invite you to vote for the the most productive Youth Economies (more) linking in 3 billion new jobs that were impossible to co-create in times when distance caused communications to be expensive and the idea of an app being mobilised any time any place by anyone sounded like science fiction. see also microfranchise & health as pivotal youth economy

Let's begin with the most exciting girls empowerment economy: its human epicentre is Sir Fazle Abed in Bangladesh of the world's largest and most collaborative NGO known by hundreds of partners and millions whose education calling is girls empowerment as pre-digital BRAC and post-digital BKASH -currently the world's largest cashless economy co-created by and for girls faced with poverty's and sustainability most extreme challenges. Starting the search for how to value this youth economy was to be the last project of The Economist's Norman Macrae whose work (more) on the Entrepreneurial Revolution of millennials 3 billion new jobs began with this (Keynsian inspired - more) future history in 1972. RSVP or to start linking in text Norman's family in wsshington DC at USA 240 316 8157
next education open space new york 1 to 12 march 2016 - previous MIT 25 to 29 january - queries on linking in - or text usa 240 316 8157 Freeing 3rd grade teachers to ask parents & communities: do you live in a sustainable economy?

Thursday, January 16, 2014

JIM KIM and world bank goal of millennials sustainability

#2030now launch video 2013
maps of jim kim as millennials top12 jobs creators

1 2 Millennials Member of coolest Koreans on planet, Jim Kim was appointed to lead world bank for a 5 year term in summer 2012
his first year of round the world searches linkin here
he launched the most collaborative and sustainable movement of valuing milennials as #2030now in 2013 - eg at start of un year 2013-2014 summits and as contributor to inaugoral chnage the world mooc- and with millenneials leading pop star partners

the rest of jim kims life has been spent as one of the most trusted health servants for the poorest at PIH along with the world number 1 mnentor on this poaul farmer - their main twin knowledge hunbs are haiti, boston, peru, rwanda plus wherever next infections health crisis out break starts eg west africa 2014; since about 1996 Gerorge Soros open society networks have invested in crisis regional health challenges starting with ending MDR tuberculosis outbreak in Russian prisons; as well as PIH Soros and Kims other most trusted helath for sustainability networker is sir fazle abed of brac- sir fazle is the most central figure in sustaining banglasssh through microcredit networks whioch began as poorest vilagers trust newtoerks of maternal and infant health - brac scaled microfranchsie of 50000 barefoot vilage health servants as the first of about 100 networks it has open sourced to unite human rac in ending poverty out of bangladesh and whereve people wish to partner brac solutions

JIM KIM movement as millennials top 12 job creator

the only leader the world bank has ever enjoyed whose life has practised bottom-up service (in jim's case health)

when jim kims says all profesisonal mill;ennials can be valued as most connected, educated, sustainability cllaborative peoples the human race has ever celebrated he can map who health milennails are , and invites other critical knowledgeds of sustainabilioty - eg energy, food and water security, open education, celebrities for sustainability, investiors and banking , lawyers for sustainability to join in - also to clebrate this out of every region and cultrure - see eg the dialgies of kim and pope francis - mail us boopk marks on other cultiral dialogies of kim & - note both kim and paul farmer graduared in anthopolgy before making healths service why they lived like for eternity (valuing eg luther kings mindset)
Purposeful Valuation of 7 Priority trillion dollar sectors if millennials are to be sustainable -whats 4th sectir mapping got to do with this

here are 7 sectirs most relecvant both individually and in combinatorially for unserstanding bangaldeshis sustainable economics miracle (terminolgy clinton interview)

H* Health
E* education
F* financials services
combo H*Ed*F 1972-1996

M mobile infrastructure partnering since 1996 (includes whole visoion of web , bodreless loivelihood world) - becomes a combo multiplier of any or all of the other 7

EN- energy

GBP Governance Bottom-up, Professions, rules for ending inequality- and consequnces of open system and above zero-sum trading world including currencies and eg how land development is taxed or stewarde in sustainable end-poverty places

Faith and Women Empowerment of families futures and love of cultural diversity -eg understand 2 largest identities in the world (impacting 18% and 20%) one currently has peaceful sustainable leadership, the other no agreed leadership

Value Multiplication - accounting for majority of world's goodwill, health and wealth
H*Ed*F   * M*En  *GBP  *FWE

Professor Cordes wonderful meeting you all hosted yesterday at 4th sector economics summit - pls tell me any time if students or others are interested in sharing ideas on following- i'm happy to meet any time- and can try and bring others if I know whom of my regional friends can help most  (eg tebabu blessed coffee and valu chain typology is leading bcorps case in md and supported both by anapolis legislators and congressman delaneys office)

1 who's fan of this worldview: if we are to value the half of the world who are under 29 then sustainability must be the social movement uniting human race by 2030:
1.1= 2015 UN proposes that in changing its goals this year "biggest transformation year in (our) history)

1.2 since 2013 world bank jim kim  - and goes further with #2030now:  he can identify health millennials who connect this-which other millennials are empowered to link this in (eg energy , financial , womens empowerment, open tech wizards , education )
1.999: 1976...Keynsians at The Economist whose Entrepreneurial Revolution whose original journalism of coming of internet generation were first to popularise all branches of entrepreneurial revolution with this statement - millennials cannot be sustained by any of biggest forms of 20th century organsisation as isolated system forms- the most exciting economics search ever starts now 1976! : it seeks new organisation typologies needed in age when networks of systems not separate organisational systems will determine millenials sustainability

2 what sorts of processes and media revolutions could link this social movement:

i help diarise youth summits= this was main wish from first meeting with muhammad yunus late 2007 -yunus biggest one in 2015  is co-hosted by rome noble peace laureates ted turner family unfoundation, president carter and luther king out of atlanta nov 2015; however my family's millennials friends finds ones associated with jim kim or women4empowerment (bangladesh partners in  worldwide mobile village poorest mothers networks since 1996)_ or the americas process of YABT  (americas continent wide youth entrepreneurship 12th annual converges on panama's heads of states meeting april 2015) have more before and after process

i would love to see a database relevant to 4th sector as process -see suggestion below
i would love to see open education channels such as my friends who own the 5 billion person elearning satellite yazmi play a collaborative role
i would love to see this worldbank tedx format extended 

3 my recommendation to database architects of map4thsector
 key is set up correspondence groups responsible for their own selections in database - make sure each group has an index code that way people can make there own choice of which models or constitutions are in or out- update which are your correspondence group each year but get first database up this year

so eg if sir ronald and his big society movement says he can name the 15 uk impact bonds an about 10 others around the world let that be one group

if yunus says he can name which items fall in his social business stockmarket let someone he appoints be responsible for that classification

I wasnt clear whether bteam want to nominate their own selections or want to do this with some segmented groups such as bteam bcorps

anyhow dont get too worried first year wont be perfect - and quite frankly millennials ought to have a different interest than say us lawyers

as Clinton on M. Yunus and ShoreBank in Chicago interview about 8 years ago the rural networks of bangladesh developed a whole new economics model - not one single typology- anything that could turn aid into sustainable development and be mainly owned in trust for poorest village mothers and their next generation - for that reason bangladesh is worth studying other in terms of models pre digital 1996 and as world first digital partners lab since 1996 of mobile- in language someone use its top 2 or 3 end poverty networks of a gateway for all sorts of partnerships than singual entities in themselves

equally farmers and jim kim's Partners In Health is impossible to classify even though it is the sustainability sector of global health-ultimately keysian billanthropist george soros has made more investments in open society sustainability networks millennials can link in than anyone I can find - but how one gets his secretariat to join your database is a question beyond my paygrade- some partnership with his university CEU Budapest could be relevant as its epicentre of sustainable Europe in every way that onceinageneration

as another example many africans I talk to say dont get hung up on model lets search out which african can be most trusted to suatain a whole market sector by and for africans- whose the ibm of africa, the pharmacy of africa- an offshoot of ibrahim foundation work started a whole satellite tv round this quest africa24tv

chris macrae bethesda 301 881 1655 partners in publishing world record book of job creation
ps because my daughter aims to star at catholic university 2014-2015 and pope is visiting basilica september 2015 it would be huge to know if someone in congressman delaneys office would off camera see if millennials and our networks in rome could organsie some sort of festival celebrating some 4th sector and other sustainable networks- maybe a student union fair-in a format that any student union could then co-replicate

John Delaney - Who is talking about John Delaney on social ...
John Delaney #4thSectorDC ... globalgrameen ... 4thsectordc map4 congress has one member who gets map4 he is from md Catholic investor and his name ..

Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Data Report from Journal of Social Business
In July 2010 my family helped to fund a Muhammad Yunus weekend at University of Galsgow . One of his wishes initiated by my family in conjunction with Adam Smith Scholars was The Journal of Social Business
Over nearly 5 years of editing this journal we have catalogued 4 main types of cases
1 those that strictly meet Dr Yunus published definition of social business
2 those that meet the dividend criteria of being wholly reinvested in social goal but permit flexibility around equity
3 those that we call social business 51% models
4 those that dont constitutionally fit because of local laws but appear to be as near as could be started up - we tend to catalogue these when designed by millennials as start ups- we dont accept for publication quasi attempts at social businesses when backed by large resources. We conducted several surveys targeting 10000 youth with specific social business information as journalised at
There is a second level of nuanced analysis in each case. I briefly summarise below but would love to share longer dialogues if others have similar problems in monitoring parallel models
1 while one might feel this is the simplest model to continuously verify - as can be seen with the Grameen Bank itself what happens when in Bangladesh 's case a government later changes the law and ownership after 30 years of volunteer etc work  helped build an impactful institution
1.1 there is also a global issue - the grameen solar energy model has been analysed see book by nancy wimmer as potentially replicable to a billion off grid people- but since there has been no international institution that could guarantee replication as 100% social business - the idea is now being replicated by hundreds of different networks in different countries with a huge variety of ownership models -sadly arguments about the energy model among the original directors of grameen caused the break up of the 4 directors who had worked together for the first 33 years of grameen
2 while permitting investors in a social business fund to gain from the equity may sound a dilution of intent , it is as far as we can see the only way that a significant (over 75 million dollar fund) public social business fund has been built. The case is danone communities: France . The French would argue that long-term pension funds could well find this a primary sustainability investment model. HEC will probably discuss this in its forthcoming MOOC HEC Paris
Devenir entrepreneur du changement. Back in 2005 the famous global social business lunch was co-facilitated by Benedict Faivre-Tavignot who holds responsibility for the schools development of sustainability masters 
3 this model is not approved by dr yunus but is relevant to some segments of economist- for example if a digital wizard was to design the next facebook but to attract sustainability millennials arguably pitting 51% in trust and 49% for profit (ie each side losing one doubling in equity) would over time lead to win-wins for both
4 these cases illustrate how difficult and varied national laws can get- its a pity because one finds that a lot of youth entrepreneurial energy is wasted with red tape which can be too costly in time and money for early startups to succeed

Dear Livia, Manfredo, and Secretariat

I am planning this tour from washington dc - i wish to complete european tour by 14 feb my 18 year old daughters birthday; ideally you and IFAD in Rome would have been first place on my tour because

1 I am trying to get ethiopian -washingtonian owner of the 5 billion person elearning satellite to survey millennials on whose knowhow would they like to spread/mooc first

2 I have spent 7 years surveying thousands of - mapping 10000 youth who co-create 3 billion jobs regarding muhammad yunus but dont feel I understand which other nobel laureates have action learning they want sustainability millennials to network- in usa still the exponentially most unsustainable super-nation on the planet 2015 is our year of movement linking in youth summits - see un report, jim kim Take It On video, Youth Creative Lab - Youth Capitalism Road to Atlanta world summit peace laureates

My daughter will start at Catholic University in DC  about the same time as the Pope's US visit - Beyond the MBA I am helping several catholic universities collect social economy case studies that we would like to find a way of verifying with people in rome; also we link an americas continent wide millennials sustainability competition whose results are presented to heads of state panama april 2015 (the 12th year of this millennial-run celebration)

many thanks chris macrae tel usa 1 301 881 1655
PS Livia when is your book Nobel Being published - i cant find it on amazon

InMail Permanent Secretariat of the World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates
RE: celebrating peace millennials
livia malcangio, International Relations at Permanent Secretariat of the World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates
December 6, 2014 10:13 AM
livia malcangio has accepted your InMail:
Let's meet in January in Rome. 

On 12/6/14 3:03 PM, Chris Macrae wrote: 
would like to ask whether I could visit peace secretariat in rome in early 2015; I attended warsaw summit; I funded 40000$ worth of youth networks pre-summit atlanta 2015; my ethiopian neighbour in dc owns 5 billion person elearning satellite yazmi; we want to find out which nobel laureates would like to make 5 minute khan academy style invitation to youth to action network round their deepest cause for sustainability- my father norman macrae was keysnian end-poverty economist who worked for 40 years at The Economist and with eg George Soros on= whether net gen would be sustainable