-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
email@example.com washingt dc 240 316 8157
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the first human beings probably evolved out of africa around ethiopia 160000-200000 year ago -welcome to our roots
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congratulations on your and intel contract to curate content for 300000 kenyan catholic children- I
am wondering how to rebrief the people in vatican university whom i first discussed yazmi with 2 years ago; now that jim kim has been reconfirmed for another 5 years at the world bank, he needs to keep youth positive until trump gets that america cant be great without its youth trusting they can be great
would it be the right time for you to present to the youth leaders of this if i can fix such?
here is end of year note- this network has reformed since young african world bank summit 2 summers ago-
at the time i knew the chair of both the young africa and the original africa-wide network inside the world bank? chris macrae economistafrica.com Economistchina.net thanks china - from 3.5 billion sustainability students
Investment in Africa is growing as the years go by. Recently Microsoft founder Bill Gates pledged to donate $5 billion towards African Development over the next 5 years. Gates who for long has been an ally for Africans is continuing the friendship into the future. The handsome donation will go towards investing in the youth throughout the continent. With such a young vibrant population, the world must take notice to a mobilized diaspora.
Addis Ideas is doing its part in the mobilization. With our platform, we will provide members of the diaspora with an open forum to create, innovate, and cultivate their ideas.
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