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welcome to SDGscotland.com lifelong action learning on ending poverty, celebrating health #AIforgood (glasgow's 260th year of first engineer james watt & first IR economist adam smith): growing green:
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THANKS be TO Glasgow U alumn fazle abed- small may be beautiful but in ending poverty, large scale coalition empowering women community building is essential..1billiongirls.com asks how many 1 billion dollar sdg investments a year can women empowerment coalitions inspire: brac bangladesh billion dollar microfinance loans ; abed ultra poor billion dollar grants a year; bkash billion dollar cashless banking for poor ; brac bank billion dollar youth engagement and sme city bank; billion dollars of lowest cost remittances; billion dollar investments in each of 5 ages of schooling ; billion dollar vaccine empowering poorest families grants ; 10 agricultural value chains whose crop sxcience and ai data is networked around poorest asian farmers...

IR43210-four industrial revolutions have emerged since
1760 when 2 scots watt and smith began IR1 the age of humans and machines focusing first on machine energy/power way beyond that of horse and man-
since 1957 - thanks to legacy of john von neumann- it has been possible to map ut 5 types of economies with 2 new ones IR3, IR4 being added by alumni of von neumann;
in between IR2 -telecoms revolutions started to scale when scot alexander bell offered americans first opportunity tp scale telephones across a continent .. soon telegrams and phones were being supplemented by radio, then television - then satellite telecoms which was to mobilise personal and societal devices; whilst IR4 has accelerateds as the most valuable games human livelihoods ever played from late 2000s both with unprecedented data connecting worldwide human decision-making and by then over a billion times more computing power than had coded moon landing- while the monetary rise may focus ever more on ir4;
nonetheless sustainability's last chance in 2020s depends on integration starting from IR0-
in 2021 half a billion asian women celebrated having lifted a billion out of the most extreme poverty -under a dollar a day- it is their work that needs to be included in the way millennials understand mother earth if they are to be the first sustainability generation.
300 trillion dollars of pension funds not one cent invested in sdgswashington dc last soft power debate before covid lockdown
goal 3- market last mile health
3.1
*oral rehydration & cholera
*village door to door non-prescription plus search
*vaccination services
*tuberculosis
*WASH
*other tropical

goal 2 -last mile market human energy eg water , milk, rice, one vitamin veggie are essential to rural life
*rice
*other veggie
*dairy
*poultry
*fishery
*cash/green agriculture: tea, silk, forrestry, cold storage

goal 1 relevant village financing essential if local entrepreneurs to scale positive incomes beyond endless charity:
microfranchising models completely change aid - grants only for demonstrable capacity- bottom up trust investment
microfinance+
ultra grad- pre mf
sme citizen bank
remittances part of brac internatioal
cashless banking ppor bkash
goal 4 livelihood action learning needed at every age group -both students and teachers:
interactions between every age group primary
college
early or pre-adolescence
pre-school

the archives of fazle abed - collected by friends - have we missed a keynote lecture rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

community resiliency is needed both to be ready for climate challenges, legal protection eg where more powerful citizens dump waste on poorer, and so that underclasses do not exst- if any demographic is exluded from productivity sustainability is impossible to generate .................
brac began with building for 100000 refugees - 16000 homes at under$2 per home- eg village males built own homes- from then on, brac raised livelihoods of women from close to 0% to 100% -in parallel china wasa undergoing women hold up half sky revolution- consequently village women empowered to swap solutions -ultimately ending extreme poverty of billion rural people over 45 year period
barefoot lawyers
initial sanitation design pit latrines-
by building 100000 regional lab as early as 1972- brac could test service concepts -and then scale across all 60000+ villages -fast with life saving action learning eg oral rehydration, vaccines - as steadily as investment trust could scale moicrofranchieses of positive cashflow village mothers businesses- overall brac's servant leasership model scaled faster than top down goverment which at time of indeoenence had barely any tax revenue and few engineering skilled people matching abed's 10 years experience which had seen him rise as engineer to region ceo of royal dutch shell oil company
asia rising survey's from The Economist - norman macrae
7 May 1977 survey Two Billion People- Asia ..1975 Asian Pacific Century 1975-2075 1977 survey China

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......as reported economist asia rising 1975-77- two uniquely asian models -belt capital roadsters and rural keynianism have sustianed rise of 70% of humans who are asian -because of western empires vast majority of people on asian continent had been left out of first industrial revolutions - not being on electricity grids they were left out of both ir1 carbon powers industrial revolution and ir2 telecoms revolution ; by 1960 japan korea south and far east islands had recovered from world war 2 - they linked in the roadster model and from 1972 bangladesh became the worlds open lab for rural keynes while from 1976 china became a rural girls networker as well as multipier of the radster model- so the purest models of how half a billion women ended extreme poverty come from bangladesh coalitions but the biggest rise come from how china multiplied both models on a contiental scale
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Sunday, December 31, 1972

i have seen more data on how masses of people ae bullied into lying to each other than any other westerner alive - unless you know better - rsvp chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk 

in earlier times,  founders of great ad agencies knew a lot more than me - eg rosser reeves david ogily leo burnett- i studied all of their lessons and though the 1990s developed a genre of what if the greatest brands -three types of governances nations corporates charities - were those that sustained youth not those that used education to destroy lives matter see eg triple issue of journal of marketing managmeent which i guest edited in 1999 and which followed up the 1984 book www.2025report.com which i co-authored with the economist's norman macrae - 

when i prese3nted my findings at my one and only visit to harvard, i was told- you may be right but nobody would get funding fir that in usa- go away this upset me in several ways-
i found this a disappointing appraisal-  partly because i worked for a partner of harvard/mit marketing leaders in the1980s collecting data on what societies wanted from the biggest branded corporations..
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at the end of the 1980s, the harvard professor exited the global businees he had created  leaving our regional company in france to find what turned out to be the black knight robert maxwell who defrauded pensioners,  ruined market research transparency,  silioised academic journals and whose youngest daughter became epstein's main new york hostess

 i am seldom surprised by when the history of media's most powerful moguls -innovations shows the worlds most evil people often connect media-tech leaps  before the most loving- hitler only needed 2 years first comers advantage of being the only person with audio recordings- while he brainwashed people 24 hours a day before world war 2 with one taped speech british speaking allies including roosevelt and churchill could only make live radio broadcasts- one time instead of 365/24/7 in one sense fake media of 2010s is nowt new; in another sense the ways machine intel analyses bog data linked to media barons will destroy the human race unless we demand teachers and youth become literate and those olders controling pension and other funds come out to bat for youth and edutech

1972 saw birth of the most purposeful organisation of 10000 global corporations i have researched

 its founder fazle abed died dec 2019- here we continue discussions on who might want to linkin his relay -coalition of 50 universities that live up to fazle abeds belief in first sustainability generations' youth particularly women who hold up half the sky- if you can help chat with me at chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk or +1 240 316 8157


typical dialogue feb 2021

[7:05 AM, 2/10/2021] Chris Macrae: my favorite read in january - A Better Resolution For The New Year: Set Attainable Goals  ..Kim Starkey  writing in forbes 

Leadership Strategy

As the CEO of a grantmaking foundation that seeks to make a meaningful difference in the lives of the world’s poorest people by multiplying the impact of high-performing leaders, I have a strong professional interest in the science of setting and achieving goals. Indeed, it is a topic in which I have recently been immersed, in part through research that I have conducted with my colleague Maya DiRado Andrews, an Olympic gold medalist. It is also top-of-mind as our sector marks the one year anniversary of the death of Sir Fazle Hasan Abed, the founder of BRAC, who used rigorous goal setting to transform the organization he started into one of the largest, most effective nonprofits in the world.

While disciplined and effective goal setting is critical to our social sector even in “normal” times, it is especially critical during this extended pandemic period in which we face rapidly escalating needs; the necessity to reinvent delivery models; a challenging fundraising environment; and unprecedented levels of uncertainty. If ever there were a time to eschew overly-broad and open-ended ambitions like “end global poverty” in favor of realistic, measurable, and attainable goals that will truly help bring extreme poverty to an end, this is it. For guidance in so doing, I highly recommend the example of top athletes who daily push themselves to achieve more. Indeed, as my Olympian colleague and I have discovered, organizational leaders who excel at their jobs—including such high-performing social sector leaders as the late Sir Fazle—exhibit many of the same qualities that top athletes use to summon peak performance in their field.

[6:14 PM, 2/14/2021] Chris Macrae: the 20th annual report on social entrepreneurs by world economic forum had a special dedication to sir fazle abed; also i found that mit published a special davos issue inspired mainly by fazle abed back in 2008!- i have attached one page from a great fazle abed paper in this issue- if you would like pdfs of the whole issue or of 20th weforum report please say

[8:11 AM, 2/20/2021] Chris Macrae: i am not sure when annual report of brac 2019 was written but on page 15 learning partners mentioned are london school of economics and arizona state but as far as i can see no other academic institution- 2 questions come to mind - lse and arizona state are 2 institutions i study a lot- do you coordinate all connections or in the case of these 2 institutions who is the lead contact; the other question why these two?  http://www.brac.net/downloads/BRAC-AR-2019e.pdf - from the outside the world of connections fazle abed made is getting very hard to understand- if i make a list of say the 20 living leaders -soros, schwab, gates. tech connectors of bkash -let alone asians  etc - who still most continue what is uniquely urgent sdg 2020s of being aware of network …

[8:42 AM, 2/20/2021] Chris Macrae: something exciting is going on among new york board of brac usa https://bracusa.org/board-advisors/

[8:44 AM, 2/20/2021] Chris Macrae: you said you know lincoln chen's role in building brac health but there is more

[8:44 AM, 2/20/2021] Chris Macrae: for the first time the head since james grant the head of unicef is saying fazle abed inspires her

[8:49 AM, 2/20/2021] Chris Macrae: it turns out that while the working population at un hq has been cut 90% from real time assembles both fore and another lady gordon brown relies on for linking refugee education have been connecting at hi level; both have been promoting dubai december as biggest edu transormation summit ever; fore is all over schwab weforum and geneva's technologists getting them brainstom edutech

[8:51 AM, 2/20/2021] Chris Macrae: tell me if you want me to write up a report by email on what seems to be happening here- gordon brown also has an offce at nyu when he passes through new yourk; soros used to plant brac health people at columbia uni but they seem now to have all gone unless sabina knows better

[8:53 AM, 2/20/2021] Chris Macrae: so i think for the first time in 13 yearsguterres will be informed by edutech people in new your who are of abed motivation- unicef lpst control on education to french headquartered unesco so its about time education leaders connect top level un youth movements

[8:58 AM, 2/20/2021] Chris Macrae: https://www.unicef.org/media/experts/henrietta-h-fore

[9:02 AM, 2/20/2021] Chris Macrae: https://twitter.com/UNICEF/status/1363126262848516096

[9:03 AM, 2/20/2021] Chris Macrae: https://www.unicef.org/reimagine/five-opportunities-children-open-letter?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=open-letter#climate-change

[9:04 AM, 2/20/2021] Chris Macrae: https://www.unicef.org/child-rights-convention/open-letter-to-worlds-children


[12:40 PM, 2/20/2021] Chris Macrae: i have linkedin to one of the directors of the dubai education summit linked to uae expo which both fore and brown are converging on https://www.linkedin.com/in/annina-mattsson-62abb6/ -if in due course you have an opening move towards dubai please say

[12:42 PM, 2/20/2021] Vincent Brac: Oh, I’m actually in Dubai now, going back to Dhaka in a few hours

[12:46 PM, 2/20/2021] Chris Macrae: small world- i do a weekly zoom with a middle east property developer -way out of my league but we used to connect people in london in 2005-10 for yunus - he intends to search out people in dubai on his next trip probably june-

[12:48 PM, 2/20/2021] Vincent Brac: Yes what a small world

[12:53 PM, 2/20/2021] Chris Macrae: one of my fathers best friends sir keith peters https://www.linkedin.com/in/sir-keith-peters-8a33b8206/ used to head royal society of medicine after helping cambridge map the genome- he had told me he was too old to do new stuff 3 years ago but he suddenly reappeared on linkedin a week ago- i dont know if he's helping with vaccine or something else- say if at some stage you want me to send linked in mail between you,

[12:57 PM, 2/20/2021] Vincent Brac: Ok thanks

 i want to plant some jigsaw pieces on the road to smithian and abedian glasgow- while the virtual world economic forum was open i planted piece 1 https://uplink.weforum.org/uplink/s/uplink-contribution/a012o00001OSzpbAAD/adam-smith-systems-journal-josbcity -not quite sure on subscriber visibility- the idea was to question what papers will people contribute this year that align with a 21st c adam smith economics now in its 10th year as a minor journal published at glasgow university- i keep on being asked by the journal publishers what paper i am going to write- while i didnt want to take up stories that influential abedians could be bringing - the attached is where i am at so far- if there are pieces of the attached that you think matter most, please tell me at some stage