-regarding 2017-2021 as most exciting years of #learinggeneration
ET2016.1 regarding economist article of ethiopia's massive dam
Ethiopia could well be Africa's benchmark country in progressing many of the most sustainable opportunities round Africa - i wish there was a transparent medium to learn from opportunities and risks involved -any suggestions how to do this with maximum transparency for all concerned http://economistafrica.com
ET2016.2 Regarding the pan-africa middle east elearning satellite yeazmi owned by Ethiopian American Noah Samara- just signed contract with intel wordl possible to curate content fro 300000 kenyan rural schoolchildren and teachers
is this the most massive opportunity to search out missing curricula yet seen - please tell us if you know of education content and distribution being redesigned for more than 300000 chuldren at smae time
-see also german relatuonships between elearning afriuca summit and germany g20
ET2016.3 regarding addis-djibouti railway- this makes great sense in reviewing china one belt on road policy as gateway to investing in trade with africa
-is there a country in africa that chna has more exciting sustainable investments with?
ET2016.4 what would happen if the whole of a nation's aid to africa was blockchained- would that be the fastest race of helping african communities linking to sustainability goals
ET2016.5 ICOG regarding collaboration between Ethiopia's most collaborative youth (pro-female) tech hubs and other countries (help us list eg Kenya IHUB, DC 1776, Silicon Valley 500 Startups
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Tuesday, December 20, 2016
Wednesday, August 24, 2016
gordon brown has assembled revolutionary leaders of education starting with jack ma, jim kim, ...
south africa seems to be represented by graca machel- is she likely to mention your work in the free university's million jobs map and mandela extranet or will she stay focused on gender issues?
https://share.coursera.org/wiki/index.php/Education Graça Machel Archives | the Education Commission
We are trying to ensure the conversation sustains way beyond one UN presentation
-all ideas on how to do this most welcome
WE have some opportunity to brief gordon browns chief of staff in new york and my friends in glasgow have some opportunities to get to gordon and so on around the world wherever we are linked in by global youth platforms, coders, hubs hackathons etc
all the best chris macrae
taddy while writing are you aware of or already connecting with
1 Africa's other UN education commissioners: Co-covenors : Malawi’s Peter Mutharika, Commissioners Aliko Dangote (Nigeria), Amel Karboul (Tunisia), Jakaya Kikwete (tanzania), Strive Masiyowa Zimbabwe telecom billionnaire, Ngozi Oko0nzo-Iweala (Nigeria), Theo Sowa (African Women Development),
2 Al Hathaway Black Youth's greatest education revolutionary in usa out of baltimore
3 https://twitter.com/AYEESummit African youth's greatest summit of 2016 out of liberia -chinese youth partner amy's friend yuxuan
Tuesday, August 23, 2016
Aliko Dangote is the founder, president, and CEO executive of Dangote Group. Founded over 30 years ago, the group’s interests include the production and distribution of cement, sugar, flour, and oil, as well as the development of real estate. Dangote set up the Dangote Foundation in 1993 as a vehicle to drive his corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives, and endowed it with $1.35 billion in March 2014. In June 2015, Dangote himself donated $1 million to Nepal to provide relief to the victims of Nepal’s earthquakes and $153 million to boost Nigeria’s fight against Ebola in 2014. He has been named Forbes Africa's Person of the Year (2014), TIME 100’s Most Influential People in the World (2014), and Forbes' Most Powerful Man in Africa (2013). He is a member of the World Economic Forum, the Honorary International Investor Council, the McKinsey Advisory Council, and the Clinton Global Initiative. In 2013, Dangote was appointed to the steering committee of the United Nations Secretary-General’s Global Education First Initiative. In addition, he collaborates with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to fight polio.
Tuesday, April 26, 2016
yuxuan -pls confirm is this the liberia all africa youth summit you are concerned with - and if so are the dates 25-29 november 2016 definite
this week in dhaka we learmt that liberiing youth africa summit is one of the 2 biggest "jobs" of the year of amy and motsofa good friend yuxuan from tsingua whose shared experience with amy in dc starts from creative children summit networks whose key chiense elder is billy at stanford
by some kind of accident i have attended at least 3 major young africa diaspora lauch summits hosted by world bank africans
i would suggest 2 things
the next event in the young african series frances, amy and i attend so i can try and hand over any connections i have previously made
at the last event i attended there was an all africa youth portal launch addis ideas - please see this google on otes on how this emerging
liberia is a key country of brac and of george soros who funds brac work there and who nominate sir fazle as his 20th open society laureate in a ceremony hosted out of the george soros owned university in budapest- this october soros university host a youth summit on grassroots economics
so how can we all help each other on these flows?
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