Free 16 markets to end extreme poverty

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Whilst advising the owners of the world's largest brands- and economic systems - on the most heroic 21st C purposes they could empower the net generation to enjoy I have been most privileged to meet 3 Asian people who have spent their lives networking to end poverty.

Tabled below are what hearings with all three confirmed to be the first 16 markets to free to end poverty. Of course, depending on special conflict situations, there may be others to innovate from lost transparenmcy's lose-lose-lose spirals to win-win-win's sustainability exponential rising; also at the deepest rural contexts of sustaining families and developing communty,  none are separable from each other as far as ending poverty is concerned. Professors or other high powered macroeconomic advisors who suggest that banking for the poor is separable from the other markets featured here are at best egotistic beyond local contexts and at worst as my dad wrote in The Economist in 1984 suffering from that intellectual plague of the last quarter of the 20ths century "disgraceful political chicanery".


water para-lawyer in community - property rights designed to prevent outsiders waste or speciulation  own community marketplaces animated for & by poorest ownership of mobile media and mass channels
 infants milk and grains markets in village : para-nurse and pharmacy investment portfolio of pooryouth mediating public, private partnerships- as well as future of egov
 clean agriculture credit & savings basicin village: primary educator   knowledge hubs for poorest
 clean energy insurance and healthcare secondary scholarships loans for village children to university

In 20th century's more separated world, end poverty's racers usually had to focus on freeing the bold highlighted markets first, though in the exciting 2010s of the net generation it would be far more microeconomic to linkin all 16 as near simultansouly as possible; by freeing a market we do mean that the poorest community owns the market at least as far as ensuring that all productive gains acheived by the poorest over and across generations get reinvested back in the village communities. This appears to maths that the maps valued by schumpeters 2 million global village networking model, as well as those primary logics advocated by The Economist during most of its 170 entrepreneurial revolution years of being founded around goals of ending hunger and ending disinvestment in youth

3 people I have met : muhammad yunus, sir fazle abed, prem kumar 

20+ people my father had met: Muhammad Yunus, John Von Neumann, Milton Keynes, Geoffrey Crowther, UK Royal family, 4 US Presidents, Emperor of Japan, all founders of European Union and subsequently Romano Prodi, Mary Robinson, many UK Prime Minsters and Chancellors of Exchequer. a Lord Chancellor or two, George Soros, Early venture capitalis of Silicon Valley, Peter Drucker ... 

1 additional person my mother met: Mahatma Gandhi



Wednesday, June 1, 2011


President Dilma Rousseff interested in bringing
Social Business to Brazil
Nobel Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus met Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff
at the Presidential Palace in the capital of Brazil, Brasilia, on 25th of May 2011.
The meeting lasted for 90 minutes.

During the meeting, Professor Yunus explained how the concept of Social Business can be adopted in Brazil to solve the social problems that afflict Brazilian society. President Rousseff showed a keen interest in Social Business; and she expressed her desire to know more on how this concept can be adopted to Brazil. Towards this, she designated two of her ministers to hold separate meetings with Professor Yunus on 27th May, to work out an action plan on implementing Social Business concepts in Brazil.

The President liked the idea of a highly nutritious yogurt for malnourished children and urged Professor Yunus to implement a similar project in Brazil so that the yogurt could be included in the school lunch program for children in Brazil.

President Rousseff also announced that she will encourage a leading Brazilian university to set up an Institute of Social Business, with the aim of conducting research into and to teach Social Business to its students. Professor Yunus invited President Rousseff to come to the Global Social Business Summit to be held in Vienna, Austria this November 2011; the President graciously accepted the invitation.

President Rousseff appointed a high powered committee to follow up on the meeting with Professor Yunus. The meeting was attended amongst others, by the Brazilian Minister for Health and the Executive Vice-President of Banco do Brazil, the bank which coordinates microfinance programs in Brazil.

Professor Yunus was in Brazil for 3 days from the 24th to the 27th to meet

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If as these leaders say Muhammad Yunus is youth's most sustainable economist, why dont we log up a worldwide list of projects that need to mapped transparently around yunus microeconomics models

1 Green Social Business Stockmarket

2 Yunus OpenTech Worldwide : Does your country have something great to celebrate during 2010s? Why not land a Yunus OpenTech Partnering Roundtable at the same time the world celebrates your conutry

3 Family of Portals for Joy of Job-Creating Economics

4 Lead youth investment across Europe: turn dormant bank accounts into youth social business funds ...

5 wanted: A Drivers Test of Banking

6 world service debate: what are differences in net generation actionability of millennium goals and Youth&Yunus goals

7 annual review of 7 wonders of sociual business out of Africa

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