260 Years of First & Last Chances of Man and Machine
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SDG 5 4 3 2 1 0 welcome to Asia and the top 5 sdgoals 50 years search scaling the most exciting collaborations women-led communities empower
|INDUSTRIAL REV 260th GAMES-cards of sdg-gen|
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250th year review of moral sentiments and industrial revolution
green economics- the younger half of the world's only hope
|Coming soon Fieldbook of Fazle Abed and 1 billion girls empowerment. I see these as 7 chapters of the fieldbook of Abed and womens nation building. Are you able to see if Shameran Abed agrees these are close to honoring his father's purpose or do you want me to do that? |
Chapter 1 Ending poverty with financial services - Chapter 2 Ending famine with village agriculture and 100% employment of women geared to community building and celebrating nation's market/entrepreneurial advantages
Chapter 3 Raising life expectancy from 25 below to close to world norms through maximising last mile health service capacity with collaboration focus on affordable life-shaping solutions for infants and mothers
Chapter 4 Education designed to value's the (girl/boy) child's life, love of self, communal dignity of everyone as an action learner and livelihood co-creator Chapter 5 Community as (global village) platform search for collaboration in resiliency and family-led conscious effort to respect every person and nature's dynamics Chapter 6 Did Abed discover optimal framework matching The Economist's 150 year searching for Entrepreneurial Revolution ie a third movement to mediate historic empires, big politics and big corporate through intergenerational and inter-hemisphere sharing of advances in engineering. Specifically matching Von Neumann's definition of industrial revolution 3 as era of above zero-sum value exchange modeling coherent with 100 times more tech per 8 decades 1945-2025 compounding to everyone's collaborative and natural advantage. Chapter 7 Exploring Abed's checklist of the most urgent work to be done through the decade after his passing and purpose of the younger half of the world in connecting first true decade of sustainability generation through hi-trust behaviors and borderless transparency of data mapping integrating every GPS
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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...
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Our Definition of Ending Poverty - a world designed so that each next girl or boy born has a good chance at life- in turn this means every community is designed to sustain this goal
History distributed life opportunities very unevenly geographically- even as President Kennedy declared the 1960s goal of racing to the moon - the majority of peoples lived in rural areas without access to electricity and with life expectancies over 20 years below
Once you know that it should be no surprise that the entrepreneurship's number 1 university partnership of last mile health is closely related to partnering universities in ending poverty; ...
The main ways a billion village women in Asia ended poverty were through microfranchises :
replicating last mile rice production where knowledge linked ti alumni of borlaug increases village productivity several fold
designing last mile health services in bangladesh over 100000 village others made positive cashflow by doordashing 10 non prescription medical items; each mother had a route of 300 homes to visit weekly; over time she because the most trusted person for medical news such as when to get vaccinated
It wasnt until 1996 solar and mobile partners came to villages that village networking could be anything other than person to person; after that both internet and university could be designed to both connect partners COLLAB platforms and both microfranchise specifications and deeper research - see these 36 collaborations which have turned brac into both the largest ngo partnership and the number 1 universities of 1 early childhood play, 2 last mile medicine, 3 ultra poor financials services...download one page guide
U of Last Mile Health
U of Early Childhood
University of End Poverty
Women Univeristy of triangularising : end poverty, grow middle claas, go green
Journal of New economics- G;asgow University- friends of Adam Smith Scholar
Between founding in 1843 to 1990 The London Economist overarching editorial purpose was mediating end of poverty.Its sub-editor Norman Macrae 1947-1988 was also biographer of John Von Neumann and advanced the logic of The Economist December 1976 that designing every community as a thriving place to ne born into would need bottom-up transformation in which biggest corporates and governments were likely to pose the greatest compound risks to the 21st C celebrating the first sustainability generation
Thursday, October 14, 2021
why are partners in university of early childhood p;ayschools huge jobs opportunity of sustainability generation
Wednesday, September 29, 2021
is anyone's knowhow more important to sustainability generation than the late great fazle abed? download this 1 page document to tour 36 collaboration networks he and a billion poorest women developed over half a century- use our 36 index system to linkin who's working on solutions he would celebrate
from economistafrica.com check out this jack ma 2021 champions connecting with abed alumni subnetworks
smart climate village collabs 5.5
james grant world class public health colleges for poorest 4.6
Tuesday, August 31, 2021
Chapter 3 Core to nation building of Bangladesh's fisrt 50 years was raising life expectancy from 25 below to close to world norms through maximising last mile health service capacity with collaboration focus on affordable life-shaping solutions for infants and mothers
While the new nation of Bangladesh wasnot known for world class inventions in 1971, it did have one medical solution that would rock the world of pediatrics. In poor tropical (humid) nations up to a third of infants die of diarrhea. If a mother knows (Oral Hydration) how to mix boiled water, sugar and salt in correct proportions she can save her infants life. While this invention was discovered in the East Pakisan cholera lab, nobody had found a way to market a potentially zero-cost cure. The networking of this across the whole rural nation of Bangladesh and over to China was to be what the first 3 head office employees of brac found partners to action network principally Unicef’s James Grant who was overjoyed both to fund brac’s nationwide oral rehydration educational campaign to every village mother and make his own life’s work that of storytelling OR to every developing nation leader.During brac’s first 14 years Abed's focus was designing business microfranchises; accepting a huge grant like UNICEF’s was the exception. The opportunity from brac wining the un year of the child competition and it was what extended brac’s rural womens networking from the 100000 person metavillage (see chapter 5) to practically the whole rural nation. Almost as miraculous as Oral Rehydration is the first health service microfranchise Abed designed – a sort of doordash of 12 non prescription medicines franchised as a weekly visit to 300 homes per village mother making a living as a para-health servant. This also led to these mothers (which grew into 80000 village businees-women) being the most trusted guide to all sorts of health happenings. Read on - chapter 3 coming soon
Monday, August 30, 2021
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Chapter 4 Education designed to value's the (girl/boy) child's life, love of self, collaborative teamwork, communal dignity of everyone as an action learner and livelihood co-creator
Most of 21st Century brac’s hundred thousand people are skills trainers distributed across rural Bangladesh who value Paulo Freire culture of service learning -indeed St Francis’ quest that female followers practice community health servants and male followers celebrate being nature’s deepest connectors; of course, here are a few engineers too; but I can’t remember having met a bureaucrat in the organization that Abed facilitated. Nowhere is data deeper than when you ensure you are always searching out what the poorest need to be included in the future
Frankly speaking the foundation of brac around skills trainers started from Abed’s biggest mistake. As one of Asia’s leading young engineers, in 1972 he used his life savings to build 15000 homes for 100000 people whose region had been flattened by the war of independence. Bangladesh is a crowded nation but in other ways Abed’s metavillage 5.1 was one of the most disconnected space in the tropics. No electricity, no engines of any kind. No sooner than this was built than Abed found dozens of women were dying each week of starvation; scores on infants were dying from dehydration. The desperate “educational” need was to develop business micro franchises in food production and last mile health services- and to train village mothers to operate these with positive cash flows however small but compounding positively
Thus 4.1 WOMENS LIVELIHOOD TRAINING – Through microfranchise design 1.1 and training village mothers’ productive community building to end poverty and actioning sustainability goals started what has become civil society’s most collaborative and largest 21st C partnership network
Bangladesh was born 8th largest and poorest nation 90% rural ie villagers without access to electricity. So women empowered action learning networks were all person to person. About 15 years into Bangladesh’s development village mothers could afford to demand village schooling for their children.
4.2 PRIMARY Brac built the largest non-government primary school system – over 40000 one room schools in little more than a decade. Village mothers operated these schools using brac’s own learning materials. Above all Abed designed in a loving environment for kids t experience but at age 11 moist outperformed city schools run by the government. Designing many children’s only 6 years of learning made it important to add in “missing curricula”: financial literacy is paractised at 2nd grade onwards; because brac village mothers deliver most of the last mile health services, health and safety practices are bult into the culture of being a brac student.
4.3 PARTNERS IN SECONDARY – GIRLS JOBS APPRENTICESHIPS PLUS. For various reasons including millennium goals focus on primary schools, Abed could not assemble funds fordesigning secondary schools. Instead he built mainly girls apprentice clubs to partner libaries as well as secondary school scholarships. Brac’s community culture maximised livelihood support for children/families that it linkedin
4.4 UNIVERSITY. 1996: In the second quarter of a century of Brac and Abed’s work tech partners in the form of solar, mobile started to come to the villages. Abed started up brac university. Everything brac and village women empowered networks could be updated there, and much more including the request probably first made by Mrs Stave Jobs that Abed work out which of Bangladesh women’s solutions could be extended to other countries. So, while the university aimed to be sustainability’s best national university, abed wanted to design solutions that graduates of collaborative sdg universities could apply the world over.
4.5 ECP. Early Childhood Playschools were a gap in education all over the world. So, brac university offered Asia’s first masters in ECP. Giving children the earliest experience of a loving space to developm has special advantages in places brac works from the poorest villages to refugee situations. Partners in Early Childhood Playschools can bring world class psychological inputs; and indeed, clarify why brain science supports action learning as the most effective method in so many skills from arts to computer coding to microentrepreneurship.
4.6 Luminaries of Education, Collaboration and Urgent Sustainability Generation. Anything humanity doesn’t yet know how to do- including living sustainably with nature- can only be massively solvable by Education. Before he died, Abed passed on the idea if education luminaries to Hong Kong and tech billionaire Charles Yidan and his newly emerging 4-hemispher education foundation: Yidan Prize & Yidan Luminaries. Luminaries connect practitioners if education with practitioners of anything that can be a solution youth need to be the first SD Generation. each year as well as celebrating new prize winners, luminaries are connecting 4-hemisphere stages for celebrating advances of 360 degree education – today and discipline including tech wizards can positively interact with bringing up the younger half of the world as first SDG generation. For example, Yidan’s director of partnerships is also entrepreneur in residence at Stanford. From Bangladesh to Hong Kong to Stanford to Cambridges (Boston and England) to Oxford to Wuhan let girls and boys joy of co-creating shine.
Chapter 5 - Designing Sustainability's 6 Decades of Collaboration Platforms Sustaining Women Empowered Community
Chapter 5 Designing meta-partnerships for community’s most exciting collaborations in sustainability
Synopsis Goal 5 Partner collaborations with Abed’s Billion Community ABC: NEWS – New Economics Womens Sustainability
If you were privileged to be a fly on the wall in any of the 50 years that Asia’s leading young oil company engineer (Fazle Abed) turned to suppirting village women end extreme poverty (starting 1970- cyclone kills million people around Fazle Abed ; 20th dec 2019 Abed’s last day on earth) you would have heard future debates on who in the world would join us in not just relieving this urgent crisis but empowering women to develop sustainable futures for their next generation
Over the half century, we identify these as 6 most exciting compasses (each multiplying development possibilities) which Abed as Moral Engineer invited partners to co-create -The Economist's 1970s entrepreneurial revolution quest in Abed's case so that a billion poorest women agented the end of poverty (apart from preventing extinction of all of us - the greatest miracle any economist will ever get a window into)
5.1 100000 personmetavillage – as far away from the first 210 years of humans and machines as you could find on earth in 1972. (Building 15000 homes with his life’s savings was in one sense Abed’s biggest mistake-- no sooner than this community was built than he found dozens of village mothers dying of famine in the village pathways each week – why hadn’t he focused first on the action learning challenge of designing village mothers’ micro franchises of food security and last mile health services – each day he failed to attract sustainable investment partners was a death trap for a few more village mothers)
5.2 Billion Girls Collabnetworking Fortunately the same sense of urgency was going on in tropical village China when women were also being told they were now responsible for equaling male productivity. The most exciting micro franchise swaps started – Chinese mothers wanted to learn oral rehydration, the Chinese had the rice seed most closely adapted to Bangladesh’s most unusual seasons/ecologies. Every entrepreneurial compass to end poverty was worth experimentally swapping apart from financing which for obvious reasons had different sources – compass 2 agricultural food security, compass 3 last mile health, compass 4 skills education, compass 5 100% women inclusion in village productivity. Extraordinarily 25 years before the UN declared sustainability development goals a billion Asian women knew what their life’s work needed to be adapted round!
5.3 Brac Internet -giant leap for rural girl-kind– 1996 saw bracnet brought by Japanese and Silicon Valley partners
5.4 Brac & Asia's 100 SDG University Partnership -What a double leap for mother earth – 2001 Abed partners start Asian's new university movement –aimed at attracting the world of researchers and data mapping most linked to the bottom 2 billion women and mens development. In launching a University in Dhaka in 2001 , Brac was also seeking collaborations wherever universities wanted their new graduates to scale up local worldwide solutions (see eg early childhood schools or ultra poverty graduation) that 50 million or more people urgently needed to get back onto sustainability orbits. The 21st C had commenced with Abed feeling a double sense pressure – he could see new tech accelerating impacts in Bangladesh that put brac in a business race to complete nationwide value chains but Mrs Steve Jobs had also asked him at a millennial goals party: why don’t you serve/share your goal's solutions with the rest of women's world? Sustainability world's most collaborative universities was to be the way to keep this intergenerational and inter-hemisphere commitment practical.
5.5 Climate smart-adaptability village networks- we talk a lot about sustainability smart city exchanges and heck do we need deep trust in mediating that – but don’t forget village women worlds also needs to travel through the last decade when preventing extinction is possible
5.6 zoom my last chances up scotty- perhaps there is poetic climate justice that the 260th year of what the heck did Glasgow start up around machines became a blended mediation where at least as much was being innovated in borderless zooms as the leaders thrones physically situated in Glasgow – the greatest human interest story continues at ecop26.com and where are you linking in from
Friday, August 27, 2021
- Chapter 2 Ending famine with village agriculture and 100% employment of women geared to community building and celebrating nation's market/entrepreneurial advantages
Through the third quarter of the 20th century, famine was the biggest killer of Bangladeshi and Chinese people.
Fortunately solutions to ending famine in Asia had been demonstrated during the extraordinary peacemaking umbrella Americans had provided to the three far north eastern islands and peninsulars after world war 2.
KNOWHOW NETWORK SAVING THIRD OF WORLD LIVES- BORLAUGS GREEN REVOLUTION. By 1960, Alumni of Borlaug had shown that Japanese, South Korean and Taiwanese people could produce up to ten times more rice locally than had been historically understood. The 1960s was decade that Abed had become a rising Asian star at the Anglo-Dutch Shell Oil company, So Abed could easily find out where this green revolution was advancing across Asia.
Whilst many of the innovations Abed designed into village businesses took extraordinary entrepreneurial creativity, the first business microfranchises he designed for village mothers (in the 100000 person metavillage he had built in 1972 -(see chapter 5) tapped into thie obvious urgent need for local food security actionable by choosing relevant local adaptation.
Bangladesh’s tropical part of the Asan continent is not an exact enough match for rice productivity with the far (north) eastern places that had already succeeded with Borlaug-type seed customisation. The nearest successful adaptation had been made by tropical Chinese villagers. They were only too happy to swap their knowhow on how to end starvation with Bangladesh’s knowhow on oral rehydration (see chapter 3).
It's fascinating to see Abed’s sequential rollout of women-villager led markets – from rice to veggies for vitamins infants need not to stunt, to his first wife’s passion (Aravind) for village crafts including agriculture of silk cultivation targeted at gaining revenues from rich citizens, to what has become 14 value chains that 21st C brac enterprise lead nationally so village mothers are included in sustainable entrepreneurship. Of course other least developed nations may gain from a different profile of which agricultural markets to integrate around rural communities – but question – do you know of any other developing nations that has generated over half a century such purposefully matched agricultural development by and for rural families? Why or why not?
Footnote in 2020s Bangladesh has 3 main ways of earning foreign currency:
All three Bangladesh trades exist today because of empowering rural women to hold up half the sky. If economics is a moral let alone an exponentially sustainable profession it should demand truth in understanding how miracles of extreme poverty happened. We can learn from how both Bangladesh and Chinese women were the secret sauce of the greatest human development in history. We shouldn't be surprised that female villagers were loving enough to thank their networking connectors for sharing what life critical bottom-up solutions worked. The sources of finance were completely different. The Asset bases of the nations incomparably different. The mechanisms that changed women's role from breeding to business entrepreneurship were different. But in these extinction-prevention 2020s fake studies of clues we have to human sustainability will compound crises at every national border. The older half of the world bares an extreme responsibility for stopping ideology traps from destroying the younger half of our species. This was one reason why Abed's favorite topic of conversation in the 12 years 50 friends and I were lucky enough to study brac's future history was the collaboration of 100 Asian universities 95.4) whose graduates transparent connectivity would be crucial to diversity mapping- we get one dccade where human and artificial intel comes together: lets make sure the bottom up foundations of that mimic nature not manmade power games.
Saturday, July 31, 2021
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actually live near washington dc but try to work anywhere else!
Friday, July 30, 2021
My father thought Neumann was probably the most under-biographed person relevant to the future so of course its great you've added to the field
Dear Scott - would it be practical to chat to member of your team about 2 updates? On my side I visited bangladesh 15 times after my father's Death (dad norman had been the economist's end poverty sub-editor). Japan's ambassador kindly introduced me to sir fazle abed and after 15 trips with young journalists we have tried to file www.abedmooc.com - reviewing 30 collaboration platforms sir fazle hoped his partnership legacy would continue. Also yesterday I was speaking to mutual contact shaina magrone- she reminded me of the urgent need to try to kickstart social business among young black americans. I accompanied dr yunus to 6 stateswide sb competition challenges mainly in HBUC states; and now I know Shaina and have long been inspired by rev al hathaway (the deep thurgood marshall community in baltimore) I think its time to have another go at that. I am in n bethesda +1 240 316 8157 - best email@example.com
Thursday, July 29, 2021
I believe the purpose of education has become our last chance of returning millennials to being the sustainability generation
Since 9/11, I have spent about half my working time searching for system r4esolving solutions. For example, being mainly London-based to 2005, I helped Paul Komesaroff host the first Global Reconciliation Network event in 2003 with Mary Robinson as Keynote speaker. I then attended GRN Delhi in 2004. In 2004, I also helped host some Brazilian delegates to the European Social Forum 2004 particularly those concerned with water as a human right which Bula was supporting.
Also, for 3 years I was volunteer special interest group editor of European Knowlegdbeoad.com. My designated interest was emotional intelligence; of the 9 other special interest groups, our dialogues were closely associated with the NGO interest group. It was during this time that we started to form a club of collaboration cities aimed at celebrating each others cultures: leading participants were Rome, Barcelona, Amsterdam. We also started to parametrize why water poses so many different challenges to sustainability in different parts of the world – this could be a suitable way of building collaboration mapping networks that a virtual community space and its connections with the European Union’s elearning goal. It was during this work that I heard more and more Europeans talking about microcreditsummit and millennium goals.
In 2005, London Year of Make Poverty History, I was on the board of the Simultaneous Policy (simpol.org) delegated to attend monthly events connecting leaders of UK foundations. Unfortunately, much of the momentum of this year collapsed with the 7/7 terror attack, and personally I lost one of my 5 main mentors.
My wife had needed to move to the University of Maryland for her career, so from 2006 I became more and more interested in Bangladesh and Asian women empowerment; initially by making contact with Sam Daley-Harris in Washington DC. My family first helped Dr Yunus connect his social business book launch between London and East Coast US Cities. But after my second trip to Bangladesh, I realized I wanted to write up notes on what was then the 40 years of Sir Fazle Abed’s work on poverty alleviation. I was surprised at the first 3-hour brainstorming session with Sir Fazle Abed- the topic why not microeducationsummit instead of microfinance summit. Brac was by now nearing recruitment of its 100000th employee culturally connected around Paulo Freire’s Pedagogy of the Oppressed.
Abed went on to explain how platform building of partnerships involved two very different quarter of a century. From 1970 to 1995, all village connections were person to person or print. From 1996, Brac internet, and soon the opportunity to develop universities, as platforms changed the future partnerships, he could linkin. But always his focus was ending Colonial Era heritage of linearly examined education. Brac had from the outset started with adults’ jobs training. By the time Abed started Brac University in 2001, there was one last schools’ development process to design: playschools. Typically, of Abed he saw this as an opportunity to start designing a format that dozens of countries could join in – BRAC University pioneered the first MA in playschools in Asia if not the world.
It is, of course, peculiar to those who value education that it was as late as 2011 that the world’s first global education laureates were launched due to the extraordinary vision of First Lady of Qatar Sheikha Moza. She was already developing women’s education city campus, and seized the opportunity to leverage the location of the country’s conference center to celebrate both WISE education laureates and WISH health laureates. Her and Sir Fazle’s movements fitted perfectly – at least until the blockade of Qatar when Qatar Foundation lost its role as official UN hub for all refugee education networks.
There is much urgent work to be done if education is to be valued as much by future place leaders as economics. There is no network as well suited as TeachForAll to continue the legacy Sir Fazle’s half century and empowerment of billion Asian women has grounded.
Wednesday, July 28, 2021
Awesome! I'll look into it. Interesting article connecting goleman and UN: https://www.un.org/en/academic-impact/unlocking-your-emotions-achieve-sdgs-emotional-intelligence
[2:07 PM, 1/18/2022] ChridMacra: yes i like EI today; i remember that when the european union first said i could mediate EI I was alarmed first because I hadnt studied him - second my first readings - he seemed so general particularly to 20 years work i had done on whether leaders are trusted- i now realise that if you asked for a tour of human intel i would probably say start with goleman and i would welcome the fact that he appears to discuss human actions more than provide metrics; by the way there is a different part of goleman but I am not sure I know its exact reference- he talks of organisational diseases - starting with what he calls CEO disease by which he means fear of communicating truth up the hierarchy; there is something I call the hunt for missing curriculum by which I actually mean is fatal if teachers at each grade dont know the next grades up; i would happily call goleman ei a missing curriculum -its funny just got a book from amazon - its the order (17 factors) americas largest pension fund director uses to grade national rankings - I will send it in half an hour - it makes quite a contract to put in one's brain at the same time as some EI - I am not sure if Leif Edvinnson is still chatting- it might be that asking him his view of goleman would start him up... i dont recolect but i think leif studies how using computers changes the brain - probably both views inform whether we are letting ai experts do what humans most need; I have to trust jeanne lim on this within the rather limited knowledge I have when it comes to how AI is now done
i value transparency of family trees a lot - no need to read remainder of this post unless you love swapping family trees - i am at linkedin UNWOMENS -we offer economist co-blogs on 30 purposes from UN to Green to Health to Black to AI to future to Japan to ,,,
welcome to my (friends & family) networks on yuth-centric learning on human nature worldwide- as diaspora scots i can trace some of my family's biggest concerns back to 1843- at that time my many times great grandfather was the isle of arran's missionary- an island which is today 40 minutes ferry ride from mainland scotland, and another 40 mins train ride from glasgow - see economistdiary.com ecop26.com xglasgow.com sdgscotland.com
the island probably consisted of 1000 servants 1 priest 1 lord's family; 20000 sheep- like the rest of scotland capitalists from london were ordering scottish lords- you make more money quarterly by raising sheep- thin the scottish people- my family's solution on sundays debate in one large village circle which family wanted to emigrate next and send a message to the lord that he could thin another 5 people if he paid their shipping usually to usa - this happened all over scotland until 80% of scots live worldwide
down in london, my hero london-scot james wilson thought empire thinning of people was just one of many human wrongs of white empire alongside slavetrading, genocide, colonising, and controling agricultural markets price so that neighbors such as the irish starved; he started a newspaper, the economist in 1843 as a weekly gossip letter he circulated in londons royal societies
at that time quuen victoria with albert was still young in heart and strong in mind- she liked the idea of reigning over commonwealth instead of slavemaking
so she gave james a bank licence- charter bank- to go develop financial services by and for the peoples of india out of the then capital calcutta - there in 1860 james died of diarrhea within 9 months of landing -it was to take 83 and 120 years before my family's intelligence directly converged with james wilson legacy
lets skip trough my family tree to my father norman macrae after just mentioning that my mothers farher was a 4th generation scot in bombay who had mainly been pharmacists (landmark: kemps corner) but sir ken qualified as a barrister about 20 years after gandhi but found humself as britains chief justice mediating gandhi for 25 years before ken's last job writing up all india's independence- he had been told to assume all india was one nation not the partition into unequal thirds it became; at around the same time gradad was typing up independence dad norman macrae was spending his last days a a teen navigating planes in bomber command stationed in burma; from burma you can look west across bay of bengal to india including kamala harris maternal homeland chennai and central asia, or fly south to singapore and asean , or look to your north to china and where the then enemy japan were ruling the skies
thanks to americans dad and so i existed- after being in keynes last class dad got a job at the economist where he was well positioned to take up james wilsons baton; within 15 years dad concluded japan had transformed in the most joyful way- it was developing around 2 new economic models one rural, one supercity which all asia could win-win trade with - thats over 60% of humans most of whom had never seen electricity let alone win-win trading maps for centuries due to colonisation mainly by london- in 1962 president kennedy within a week of dads publication consider japan was cheering on this new future sustaining everyone -kennedy started declaring american interdence as the future of von neumann's legacy- but within a year both kennedy and medgar evers were assassinated- and quite frankly i cant really understand america's asian policy ever since- fine that not my business- but it most certainly was the business of anyone supporting billion womens empowerment around fazle abed;
|... in the 1950s the teenage fazle abed travelled to glasgow to study naval engineering; this was about 65 years after gandhi had gone from indua's north west coast to london to study to be a barrister; fazle abed travelled from what had been india's far north east (recolonised as east pakistan his homeland was to regain independence as bangladesh 1971) : abed graduated from glasgow, went to london , mastered charter accountancy and by the early 1960s he had landed a job at royal dutch shell oil corporation; and by 1970 was his home regions ceo for shell; there a million people died all around him in a cyclone; this changed his life: for half a century he became a collaborative networker of villagers ending poverty -he redesigned disaster relief to be bottom up and aid around microfranchising women village entrepreneurs; - he was thus bringing what james wilson had left off 110 years earlier but in abeds case his bank blocked from serving calcutta reached out to provide the rural keynesianism investmemts and the village microfranchise solutions that up to a billion village mothers used bth to build bangladesh and rural china; how that was done can be learnt or co-created at www.abedmooc.com through 2020s if we want all our children to be the sustainability generation|
Thursday, July 15, 2021
newsletter link 38th year 2025 report only education can save 7.5 billion beings from catastrophe
2021 is also 60th year of recommendation to jfk 1962 that japan now had systems through which all asians - two thirds of humans could rise - thanks to american alumni networks - village agriculture borlaug, better use of machines than west 1760 to 1945 thanks to deming, freedom to win-win trade with korea and taiwan thanks to american peacemaking ... capital belt roadster trade route through hong kong to singapore - world's number 1 superport - the greatest leap forward from britsh colonisation ever seen
Sunday, July 4, 2021
name ; source latest upd; commitments to 36 hunicorns; other links
A heads of state
3.3 emir qatar south africa's ramapoosa which nation state leaders are collab in vaccination nations-qatar emir nobody's safe until everyone's safe
xfactor timely scale interventions 1.1 reeta roy 1 billion dollar foundation grant to africa vaccines
B biggest investment funds
Ba biggest corporste leaders
Bb tech innovators
Bc lifelong practice alumni
Bd uni leaders
C un and other global sdg connectors
Apanela edu summit leaders qatar/dubai/hk as benchmark of public servants
Apanelb britain as benchmark of cop26 year
Apanelc japan as benchmark- world stages interrupted by covid contine through to expo25 - cf 2025 report
Apaneld china as benchmark
Head of State and Government
1.1 Qatar H.H. Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani Amir:: bloomberg june 2021 :: 4.6 wise*wish::3.3 vaccination-everyone;5.6 :: ( 6 world trade infrastructure ; 5g labs -ai smart gov; .. world trade infra collab aiib2021 oct ; big investment fund collab)
top funds managers
Laurence D. Fink
Stephen A. Schwarzman
David M. Rubenstein
Sergio P. Ermotti
other Qatar speakers
H.E. Sheikh Abdulla bin Saoud Al Thani
H.E. Sheikha Al Mayassa bint Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani
H.E. Sheikha Hind bint Hamad Al Thani
H.E. Sheikh Khalifa bin Jassim bin Muhammed Al Thani
H.E. Sheikh Hamad bin Jassim bin Jabor Al Thani
H.E. Sheikha Hanadi bint Nasser Al Thani
H.E. Sheikh Dr. Khalid bin T. Al Thani
H.E. Khalid bin Khalifa Al Thani
H.E. Akbar al-Baker
Hussain Ibrahim al-Fardan
Aisha Hussein al-Fardan
H.E. Saad bin Sherida al-Kaabi
H.E. Dr. Hanan al-Kuwari
H.E. Mr Ali bin Ahmed al-Kuwari
H.E. Mansoor bin Ebrahim al-Mahmoud
Eng. Mohamed al-Sadah
H.E. Ahmad al-Sayed
H.E. Sheikh Ali Alwaleed Al-Thani
H.E. Hassan al-Thawadi
other heads of state
H.E. Patrick Achi
H.E. Recep Tayyip Erdoğan
H.E. Irakli Garibashvili
The Hon. Sheikh Hasina
The Rt. Hon. Boris Johnson MP
H.E. Paul Kagame
H.E. Cyril Ramaphosa
H.E. Macky Sall
H.E. Armen Sarkissian
Dr. Jeffrey Cheah
Dr. S. Jaishankar
Rt. Hon. Gordon Brown
Amina J. Mohammed
Lord Gerry Grimstone
Hillary Rodham Clinton
Baroness Valerie Amos
Kumar Mangalam Birla
Dr. Herbert Diess
Aziz Aluthman Fakhroo
Dame Jayne-Anne Gadhia
Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus
Dr. Faruk Güler
Dr. Paula Kahumbu
Yvonne Manzi Makolo
Sunil Bharti Mittal
Steven T. Mnuchin
Dr. James Mwangi kenya
Dr. John Nkengasong
General David H. Petraeus (U.S. Army, Ret.)
Lawrence H. Summers
Ben van Beurden
Amb. Melanne Verveer
Axel A. Weber
Welcoming Remarks Bloomberg Speaker June 21, 2021 - 08:04 AM (UTC-4) Welcoming Address from Michael R. Bloomberg, Founder of Bloomberg L.P. & Bloomberg Philanthropies and Three-term Mayor of New York City Michael R. Bloomberg, Founder of Bloomberg L.P. & Bloomberg Philanthropies and Three-term Mayor of... Read More Speaker June 21, 2021 - 08:08 AM (UTC-4) Opening Address from His Highness Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, Amir of the State of Qatar His Highness Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, Amir of the State of Qatar Speaker June 21, 2021 - 08:15 AM (UTC-4) H.E. Cyril Ramaphosa, President of the Republic of South Africa In conversation with Zain Verjee, Host and Executive Producer, Qatar Economic Forum H.E. Cyril... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 21, 2021 - 08:25 AM (UTC-4) H.E. Paul Kagame, President of the Republic of Rwanda In conversation with Zain Verjee, Host and Executive Producer, Qatar Economic Forum H.E. Paul... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 21, 2021 - 08:40 AM (UTC-4) H.E. Mr. Armen Sarkissian, President of the Republic of Armenia In conversation with Simone Foxman, Middle East Correspondent, Bloomberg Television SpeakerSpeaker June 21, 2021 - 08:55 AM (UTC-4) Redefining Business A titan of global business, Mukesh Ambani shares his vision for a post pandemic world... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 21, 2021 - 09:05 AM (UTC-4) A New Economic Blueprint - Restructuring the Global Economy More than a decade after the 2008 financial crash, its dark legacy hangs over the... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 21, 2021 - 09:35 AM (UTC-4) A Conversation with Steven T. Mnuchin, 77th United States Secretary of the Treasury The pandemic sent the world economy into free fall last year. Fifteen months later, we... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 21, 2021 - 09:50 AM (UTC-4) Vaccines: From Nationalism to Equity While the global vaccination campaign is well underway in many wealthy countries, many poorer nations... Read More June 21, 2021 - 09:55 AM (UTC-4) An Address from Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director General of the World Health Organization Speaker June 21, 2021 - 10:00 AM (UTC-4) The Future of Vaccines in Africa In a groundbreaking public-private partnership, Africa CDC is teaming up with the Mastercard Foundation to... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 21, 2021 - 10:15 AM (UTC-4) New Age of Nationalism In the era of the Covid-19 pandemic, “vaccine nationalism” is becoming a statement of power,... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 21, 2021 - 10:35 AM (UTC-4) Musical Performance: Akoya Akoya brings the heritage of Qatari folk music to life in an original piece by... Read More June 21, 2021 - 10:45 AM (UTC-4) Close of Session One Session One Highlights: Leadership in a Post-Pandemic World Your local time: 12:00 AM (UTC-4) – 02:00 AM (UTC-4) June 22, 2021 - 12:00 AM (UTC-4) Leadership in a Post-Pandemic World Join us to experience highlights from Day One of the Qatar Economic Forum Session Two: Technology Advanced Your local time: 02:00 AM (UTC-4) – 05:45 AM (UTC-4) After the most significant year of digital transformation in recent history, we take a closer look at permanent changes to the human-technology nexus. June 22, 2021 - 02:00 AM (UTC-4) Welcoming Remarks Zain Verjee, Host and Executive Producer, Qatar Economic Forum Speaker June 22, 2021 - 02:05 AM (UTC-4) The A-Z of Digital The rapid shift to all things digital is stoking business expectations as well as personal... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 02:15 AM (UTC-4) Business and Behavior Transformed A generational trauma like the pandemic has forced everyone—rich, poor, young and old—to reassess their... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 02:25 AM (UTC-4) Transforming Through the Pandemic The pandemic brought global business to a halt and forced business leaders everywhere to think... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 02:35 AM (UTC-4) Work Shifting It’s “new” for now. But will it become “normal” going forward? The pandemic transformed workplaces,... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 03:00 AM (UTC-4) Potential and Perils of a Hyper-Connected World The Internet of Things, artificial intelligence and 5G are helping pandemic-hit businesses transform into digitally... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 03:20 AM (UTC-4) Counting the Cost of Mega-Hacks The latest ransomware attacks are a wake-up call to organizations all over the world. With... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 03:30 AM (UTC-4) How Safe is Cyberspace? The era of the Internet of Things and Industry 4.0 is upon us. What can... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 03:40 AM (UTC-4) Coining Crypto We talk Bitcoin, Doge and Elon Musk with the founder of the world’s biggest crypto... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 03:50 AM (UTC-4) The Fintech Future We look to the fintech-powered future of banking. In conversation with Sonali Basak, Financial Correspondent,... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 04:05 AM (UTC-4) The Crypto Brief We get the latest from the fast-changing world of cryptocurrencies. In conversation with Sonali Basak, Financial... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 05:00 AM (UTC-4) Roundtable: Maximizing ESG in Extractive Industries Investors, consumers, and extractive companies are focused on reducing the environmental and social footprint of... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 05:00 AM (UTC-4) Roundtable: Global Adoption of Cryptocurrencies As interest and investment in cryptocurrencies continues to rise, the question of how to create... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 05:00 AM (UTC-4) Roundtable: Building on Blockchain Security As the world increasingly relies on distributed security solutions, the technology protecting our data must... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 05:00 AM (UTC-4) Roundtable: Legacy of Sporting Mega-Events From ancient Greece to modern-day Qatar, sports competitions have been a beacon of civilizations for... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 05:45 AM (UTC-4) Close of Session Two Session Three: Power and Trade Flows Your local time: 07:00 AM (UTC-4) – 11:30 AM (UTC-4) 2021 is a fresh start for many geopolitical alliances and trade relationships. We gather major international power brokers to share their visions for the way forward. June 22, 2021 - 07:00 AM (UTC-4) Welcoming Remarks Zain Verjee, Host and Executive Producer, Qatar Economic Forum Speaker June 22, 2021 - 07:00 AM (UTC-4) At the Heart of Global Trade Sitting at the crossroads of Asia, Africa and Europe, Qatar is deeply invested in smooth... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 07:20 AM (UTC-4) Global Trade Revival We find out how to bump global trade up to pre-virus levels and preview the... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 07:25 AM (UTC-4) The Chains That Bind Us Lord Mandelson tells us what’s next for global supply chains in a post-pandemic world. In... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 07:35 AM (UTC-4) African Trade Transformation In conversation with Zain Verjee, Host and Executive Producer, Qatar Economic Forum Aliko Dangote,... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 07:45 AM (UTC-4) H.E. Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, President of the Republic of Turkey H.E. Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, President of the Republic of Turkey Speaker June 22, 2021 - 07:55 AM (UTC-4) The Rt. Hon. Boris Johnson MP, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom The Rt. Hon. Boris Johnson MP, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Speaker June 22, 2021 - 08:00 AM (UTC-4) H.E. Patrick Achi, Prime Minister of the Republic of Côte d'Ivoire H.E. Patrick Achi, Prime Minister of the Republic of Côte d'Ivoire Speaker June 22, 2021 - 08:10 AM (UTC-4) The Hon. Sheikh Hasina, Prime Minister of the People's Republic of Bangladesh The Hon. Sheikh Hasina, Prime Minister of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh Speaker June 22, 2021 - 08:15 AM (UTC-4) The Future of Air Travel From flying high to parked on the tarmac, Covid-19 grounded thousands of aircraft. Once-bustling airports... Read More June 22, 2021 - 08:20 AM (UTC-4) Back in the Air We took flying for granted. The pandemic grounded airlines, locked us in our homes, and... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 08:50 AM (UTC-4) Firestarter Address How do we reform the world's governing structure to address challenges that are global, from... Read More Speaker June 22, 2021 - 08:55 AM (UTC-4) A New Normal: The View from Qatar Located at the crossroads of three continents, Qatar occupies a perch that gives it a... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 09:05 AM (UTC-4) Reenergizing Globalization Countries all over the world have set up special economic zones to maximize the benefits... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 09:20 AM (UTC-4) Investing Across Borders For the investors of today, the world is your oyster is not... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 09:35 AM (UTC-4) Covid-19 and Governance in Africa The coronavirus pandemic may push more than 60 million Africans into absolute poverty. But beyond... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 09:40 AM (UTC-4) At the Nexus of Economy and Security As the world recovers from the pandemic shock, issues of national security and the global... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 09:45 AM (UTC-4) India in the Quad In conversation with Jeanette Rodrigues, South Asia Managing Editor, Bloomberg News Dr. S. Jaishankar,... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 09:55 AM (UTC-4) The New Security Paradigm Sea lanes, sky corridors and terrestrial roads are the arteries that power world trade and... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 10:45 AM (UTC-4) Roundtable: Reliability in Renewable Energy More countries are adopting renewable energy technologies as part of their power generation strategies and... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 10:45 AM (UTC-4) Roundtable: Investing in Traditional vs. Emerging Markets Emerging markets, which have greater familiarity with instability and uncertainty, have been able to effectively... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 10:45 AM (UTC-4) Roundtable: Virtual Payment Technologies As contactless solutions, mobile banking apps, and a growing number of “new ways to pay”... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 10:45 AM (UTC-4) Roundtable: Art in the Tech Era Art is no longer simply a Monet hanging in a gallery in London or New... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 11:30 AM (UTC-4) Close of Session Three Session Four: A Sustainable World Your local time: 11:45 AM (UTC-4) – 02:30 PM (UTC-4) Shining a light on the intersection of capitalism, energy and the environment, we profile the people who can help us transition to a more sustainable global economy. June 22, 2021 - 11:45 AM (UTC-4) Welcoming Remarks Zain Verjee, Host and Executive Producer, Qatar Economic Forum Speaker June 22, 2021 - 11:46 AM (UTC-4) Gas King As the world transitions from oil and coal to cleaner energy, Qatar is investing billions... Read More June 22, 2021 - 11:50 AM (UTC-4) Energy Shifts We profile the energy executives who are helping us transition to the new energy economy. ... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 12:25 PM (UTC-4) The New Commodity Economy Global green economy plans are set to fuel a new commodities supercycle. We identify how... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 12:35 PM (UTC-4) Electric Digital Mobility At a time when the world turned upside down, sales of electric cars defied gravity.... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 12:45 PM (UTC-4) Slowbalization As an ongoing debate heats up about whether nationalism or globalization will define the next... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 12:55 PM (UTC-4) Firestarter Address Matthias Rebellius, Member of the Managing Board, Siemens AG; CEO, Siemens Smart Infrastructure ... Read More Speaker June 22, 2021 - 01:00 PM (UTC-4) Powering Sustainability In conversation with Kailey Leinz, Host, Bloomberg Television Ignacio Galán, Chairman and CEO, Iberdrola ... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 01:20 PM (UTC-4) Qatar’s Culture: Past, Present and Future H.E. Sheikha Al Mayassa bint Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, Chairperson, Qatar Museums, Doha... Read More Speaker June 22, 2021 - 01:25 PM (UTC-4) Sustainability Champions From Africa to Asia, from America to Australia, entrepreneurs and activists are leading the charge... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 01:30 PM (UTC-4) The Green Recovery The future of the planet and its people hangs in balance, The United Nations has... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 01:45 PM (UTC-4) Roundtable: Water Scarcity and Solutions By 2025, as much as two-thirds of the world’s population will be suffering from a... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 01:45 PM (UTC-4) Roundtable: The Return of Inflation As countries around the world develop large economic stimulus packages to counter the devastating economic... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 01:45 PM (UTC-4) Roundtable: Data Gathering from the Skies Access to targeted information gathered from space is an economic game-changer—from agriculture to border management... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 01:45 PM (UTC-4) Roundtable: The Digital Future of Sport As global internet connectivity explodes, and more people have access to televised or streamed sporting... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 22, 2021 - 02:30 PM (UTC-4) Close of Session Four Session Five: The Changing Consumer Your local time: 02:00 AM (UTC-4) – 05:20 AM (UTC-4) Lockdowns forced people to go online for practically everything. Businesses responded by enhancing digital offerings, drawing more customers to the web. Now, it’s hard to see people returning to pre-virus behavior; yet some consumers are doing just that. We look to what the future holds for commerce. June 23, 2021 - 02:00 AM (UTC-4) Roundtable: 5G’s Impact on Commerce Globally, 5G rollout is gathering pace. With the predicted creation of over $13 trillion in... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 02:00 AM (UTC-4) Roundtable: The Internet of Things in Health Emergencies In a socially distanced but digitally connected world, the Internet of Things (IoT) has played... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 02:00 AM (UTC-4) Roundtable: Manufacturing in Developing Markets The establishment and boom of the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone (SEZ), through the gradual shift... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 02:00 AM (UTC-4) Roundtable: Education and the Digital Gender Gap As we enter an era of unprecedented digital transformation and innovation, addressing the digital gender... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 03:00 AM (UTC-4) Welcoming Remarks Zain Verjee, Host and Executive Producer, Qatar Economic Forum Speaker June 23, 2021 - 03:02 AM (UTC-4) At the Edge of Real Estate Some investors have tight parameters on what they can and can’t do. But Tom Barrack... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 03:30 AM (UTC-4) Millennial Consumers Consumers born between 1981 and 1996 have the biggest buying power today. Coming of age... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 03:35 AM (UTC-4) Real Estate in a Virtual World Offices and malls were long buoyed by the steady flow of commuters and shoppers. With... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 04:05 AM (UTC-4) Sustainable Smart Cities In conversation with Haidi Stroud-Watts, Anchor, ‘Daybreak Australia’ and ‘Daybreak Asia’, Bloomberg Television Dr.... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 04:10 AM (UTC-4) Guardian of the Sea He hails from a renowned pearl-merchant family in Qatar. He has played, and continues to... Read More Speaker June 23, 2021 - 04:15 AM (UTC-4) A New Brand of Fashion The campaign for Valentino’s latest collection is inspired by empathy and celebrates a society with... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 04:25 AM (UTC-4) In the Eyes of the Beholder The beauty industry is thriving, even in these pandemic days. Taylor Riggs finds out the... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 04:30 AM (UTC-4) The Economics of Ecology and Public Health A shared destiny defines the health of the planet and the health of its people.... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 04:35 AM (UTC-4) The Future of Travel and Tourism Millions of jobs and billions of dollars are at stake. The travel and tourism industry... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 05:05 AM (UTC-4) Islands in the Sun The Seychelles, an archipelago of 115 islands off the east coast of Africa, earns most... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 05:10 AM (UTC-4) Bovine Heroes Prior to the blockade, Qatar imported 80% of its fresh milk from Saudi Arabia. Overnight,... Read More June 23, 2021 - 05:15 AM (UTC-4) On a Food Security Mission We get the latest from Hassad Food’s goal of meeting 60% of Qatar’s food demand. ... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 05:20 AM (UTC-4) H.E. Macky Sall, President of the Republic of Senegal H.E. Macky Sall, President of the Republic of Senegal Speaker June 23, 2021 - 05:25 AM (UTC-4) H.E. Irakli Garibashvili, Prime Minister of Georgia H.E. Irakli Garibashvili, Prime Minister of Georgia Speaker June 23, 2021 - 05:30 AM (UTC-4) Close of Session Five Session Six: Markets and Investing Your local time: 07:00 AM (UTC-4) – 11:00 AM (UTC-4) The hunt for growth will always remain. But can investors help shape a more resilient global economy? June 23, 2021 - 07:00 AM (UTC-4) Roundtable: Telecom & Social Impact From mobile banking to online education to telemedicine to local commerce, the global penetration of... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 07:00 AM (UTC-4) Roundtable: Global Healthcare Supply Chains The last 18 months have highlighted the challenges in developing, securing, and delivering vaccines, drugs... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 07:00 AM (UTC-4) Roundtable: Fast-Moving Consumer Goods The last 18 months of the Covid-19 pandemic have fundamentally reshaped what FMCG consumers buy... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 07:00 AM (UTC-4) Roundtable: STEM Education and the Economy As countries around the world continue to transition from agricultural, manufacturing, or hydrocarbon-based economies to... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 08:00 AM (UTC-4) Welcoming Remarks Zain Verjee, Host and Executive Producer, Qatar Economic Forum Speaker June 23, 2021 - 08:02 AM (UTC-4) Investing for a New Age Two of the world’s top investors share their global market outlook for the year ahead... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 08:25 AM (UTC-4) Powering Global Finance Heeding the lessons of the post-2008 recovery, authorities and policy-makers chart a way forward for... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 08:45 AM (UTC-4) The Global Outlook The world’s top investors share what they look for to get the biggest bang for... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 09:15 AM (UTC-4) The Liquidity and Sustainability Facility We find out how the UN’s new Liquidity Sustainability Facility will revolutionize Africa’s access to... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 09:25 AM (UTC-4) Investing with Purpose It has almost become a mantra in boardrooms and across the world: do well by... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 09:55 AM (UTC-4) An Entrepreneur-Led Recovery In conversation with Francine Lacqua, Anchor, Bloomberg Television Jes Staley, Group Chief Executive, Barclays ... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 10:05 AM (UTC-4) Avoiding an Unequal Recovery In conversation with Anna Edwards, Anchor, Bloomberg Television Shriti Vadera, Chair, Prudential plc. ... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 10:15 AM (UTC-4) The Outlook from Asia In conversation with Shery Ahn, Anchor, Bloomberg Television Yichen Zhang, Chairman and CEO, CITIC... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 10:20 AM (UTC-4) An Africa Recovery Plan In conversation with Zain Verjee, Host and Executive Producer, Qatar Economic Forum Dr. James... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 10:25 AM (UTC-4) From Rwanda to the World In conversation with Zain Verjee, Host and Executive Producer, Qatar Economic Fourm Clare Akamanzi,... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 10:35 AM (UTC-4) Rethinking Investment in Africa Investment flows into sub-Saharan Africa contracted in 2020 and before that, in 2019, as the... Read More Speaker June 23, 2021 - 10:40 AM (UTC-4) Close of Session Six Session Seven: A more inclusive world Your local time: 11:00 AM (UTC-4) – 02:30 PM (UTC-4) Turning the page on a year of historic tumult, we explore ideas for healing fissures in post-pandemic society. June 23, 2021 - 11:00 AM (UTC-4) Roundtable: Space-Based Internet Multiple launches of satellites will provide high speed connectivity anywhere on land, at sea, and... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 11:00 AM (UTC-4) Roundtable: Health Insurance After Covid The last 18 months have fundamentally challenged public and private healthcare systems alike. The standard... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 11:00 AM (UTC-4) Roundtable: AI in Future Manufacturing As AI and machine-driven decision making continue to be adopted across manufacturing assembly lines, the... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 11:00 AM (UTC-4) Roundtable: Alternative Infrastructures for Education The 2020-2021 academic years have been like none other. From primary school to postgraduate, many... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 12:00 PM (UTC-4) Welcoming Remarks Zain Verjee, Host and Executive Producer, Qatar Economic Forum Speaker June 23, 2021 - 12:01 PM (UTC-4) A Bold Agenda for Female Leadership The global pandemic and its resulting economic crisis are impacting women differently – and worse... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 12:30 PM (UTC-4) Being the First The first Black female CEO of a Fortune 500 company shares her unique take on... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 12:40 PM (UTC-4) Empowering the Balkans In conversation with Jan Bratanic, Reporter, Bloomberg Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 12:45 PM (UTC-4) Firestarter Address Aisha Hussein al-Fardan, Personal Advisor to the Chairman, Alfardan Group Holding; Vice Chairwoman, Qatari... Read More Speaker June 23, 2021 - 12:50 PM (UTC-4) World Cup 2022 and Beyond Sport, with its inherent tribalism, brings the world together only for individuals to stand apart.... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 01:05 PM (UTC-4) The Transformational Power of Sport We talk to football icon David Beckham about his unique journey from player to Inter... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 01:20 PM (UTC-4) The Big Game Player On the pitch, Didier Drogba was the arch tormentor of his opponents. Off the pitch,... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 01:30 PM (UTC-4) The Giants of Africa Masai Ujiri is uniting the youth of Africa through basketball. We find... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 01:40 PM (UTC-4) H.E. Félix Tshisekedi, President of the Democratic Republic of the Congo H.E. Félix Tshisekedi, President of the Democratic Republic of the Congo Speaker June 23, 2021 - 01:45 PM (UTC-4) New African Leaders In conversation with Yinka Ibukun, West Africa Bureau Chief, Bloomberg Fred Swaniker, Founder and... Read More Speaker June 23, 2021 - 01:50 PM (UTC-4) The Test for Global Education The results are in: Covid-19 has led to sharply reduced learning gains; widening racial disparities... Read More SpeakerSpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 02:10 PM (UTC-4) Empowering The Next Generation Graça Machel shares her insight and ideas on how to build a better tomorrow for... Read More SpeakerSpeaker June 23, 2021 - 02:20 PM (UTC-4) Closing Remarks Zain Verjee, Host and Executive Producer, Qatar Economic Forum Speaker June 23, 2021 - 02:21 PM (UTC-4) Musical Performance: Indigo As a finale to the 2021 Qatar Economic Forum, Dana al-Fardan performs selections from her... Read More Speaker June 23, 2021 - 02:30 PM (UTC-4) Close of Qatar Economic Forum 2021