Saturday, May 13, 2023

what if Africa/MENA & UN learnt SDGS from asia's top 30 womens development cooperation platforms of last half century?

 EL:  during may we will ask what can sudan and neighbors and uae and UN-GFF  & Stanford HAIhelp each other ;earn - please note george soros since 2009 helped fund s sudan connections with women empowerment world's microeconomic and edtech designers ; its unclear why his 2020 weforum announcement of Open Society University Network has been fully leveraged by Africans generally and Sudan region specifically; or conversely why the new york state bard epicentre seems to miss making african connections in spire of wise education laureate Ghana's Ashesi being a core partner but of course covid and very odd us politics has distracted from supporting millennials almost everywhere

; uae has been epicentre of refugee learning through 21st c ; abdul latif , qatar's first lady shika moza, more recently dunai cares and uae expo have staged transnatioanl intelligence evnts - now it looks as if the hwol african neighbors of sudan and uae need to help each other

WFP chief fears worst after relief exodus in Sudan

ED: EL: EWo: EWa: Current top 30 Cooperation women empowered nation building platforms 2019-1970 mapped with Abed partners
*F5 women's productivity (1billiongirls) Partnership platforms;
*F4 ed3 - lifelong livelihood edu
* F3 health services
* F2 human energy food/water security
* F1 investment and local fin services
F5.3 bracnet * F5.4 21st c coop university of sd generation * F5.5 smart global village climate adaptation knowhow aligned smart city * F5.6 beam/zoom/chatgpt me up 5 minute ola lesson plans
F4.6 education & tech luminaries core of UN2 tech envoy dig-coop * 4.5 playschool every community * 4.4 new nation & transnation women empowering university * 4.3 teenage partnership livelihood action learning -75% new jobs for millennials *
3.6 James Grant worldwide public health school * 3.5 crossfunctional frugal health services eg "WASH" and maternal service with $1 birthing kit (retail local anywhere)
2.6 catalogue of nation's value chains designed for poorest rural integration * 2.5 dairy as key value chain for nation building * 2.4 poultry as key value chain
1.6 hq2 web3 cooperation sdgs world most cooperative space on mother earth * 1.5 the most populous cashless bank * 1.4 city banking networks invested in by rural village moms * 1.3 ultra poor graduation worldwide *
FOLLOWING FOUNDATIONAL FIRST QUARTER CENTURY VILLAGE DEVELOPMENT WITHOUT ELECTRICITY_ networking word of mouth -& once literate by book of print (brac curricula of women empowered development
1,2 brac microfinance plus - 3-in-1 market mapping: microfranchise design*scaling metavillage replication; value chain integration national and as world's microeconomics dev lab * 1.1 aid 2.0 maximise business direct cash transfer; when you do apply grants design a world class partners' channel
2.1 across asia (majority of human population dev) rice science key to ending starvation * 2.2 in asia at least one vitamin veggie also needed for infants development first 1000 days prevent stunting , night blindness etc) * 2.3 village fairs as revenue earning channels from nation's city - crafts, silks (fashion design) , social forestry .. * 3.1 networking oral rehydration- bangladesh village mothers gift =health's win-win economics-rural advancement * 3.2 local para-health servants network (also nations # 1 wholesaler of most basic meds and personal care items including eg condoms * 3.3 nationwide vaccination of children * 3.4 world class tuberculosis alleviation becomes full 2000s partner of global fund bv-malaria-aids - connects abed gates soros kim farmer ..continunity with james grant UNICEF; and eg founding university around epidemiologists cf swarthmore
4.1 adult literacies (read, write, finance) and livelihood training and foundation of brac as network of 100000 micro-educators not microfinanciers -both microfranchise training and extended associates of brac - barefoot health barefoot lawyers school teachers ... * 4.2 primary schools starts up world's largest non-gov ed network
5.1 metavillage ie development of 100K lives by 15000 village mothers aka small is beautiful but large scale absolutely essential to put poverty in museums 5.2 partnership metavillage platforms replication journey to 1 billion girls with 1 billion boys the bottom of pyramid quarter of human development

please note asian women empowerment solution are transferable to africa -see compare the brilliance of mastercardfoundation and brac africa with the rest of american philanthropy in africa and one just has to hope that now ex mastercard ceo has come to the world bank shakeup of the first order will happen wherever development has not been cooperative or deep- if its not done when new ai makes it so easy to map what is ready to replicate where then frankly all american academics of development theory may need to be should be defunded and serious questions asked of whether USAID aids or Results does anything other than greenwash
..united ; ASIA/MIDDLE EAST: Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bangladesh & women, Bhutan, Brunei, CambodiaChina, Cyprus, Georgia, Hong KongIndiaIndonesiaIranIraqIsraelJapan, Jordan, Kazakhstan, North Korea, South Korea, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Lebanon/yemenMalaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, Myanmar (Burma), Nepal, Oman, PakistanPhilippinesQatarSaudi ArabiaSingapore-Asean, Sri Lanka, Syria, Taiwan, Tajikistan, Thailand, Timor-Leste, Turkey, Turkmenistan, United Arab EmiratesUzbekistanVietnam,

Africa roughly ordered by gdp/capita 

Burundi $270 Malawi $310 Niger $320 Tanzania $370 Chad $390 Mozambique $420 Central African Republic $430 Zimbabwe $440 Uganda $460 Ethiopia $510 Somalia $530 Sierra Leone $550 Liberia $570 Benin $590 Guinea $600 Rwanda $610 Guinea-Bissau $630 South Sudan $640 Cameroon $650 Mauritania $670 Senegal $690 The Gambia $710 Kenya $730 Congo, Dem. Rep. $750 Comoros $770 Djibouti $790 Lesotho $810 Togo $830 Madagascar $850 Zambia $870 Botswana $890 Mauritius $910 Swaziland $930 Ghana $950 Tunisia $970 Algeria $990 Egypt $1,010 Morocco $1,030 Libya $1,050 Namibia $1,070 South Africa $1,090 Angola $1,110 Equatorial Guinea $1,130 Gabon $1,150 Seychelles $1,170 Nigeria $1,190

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