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Thanks Dbanj and WBGtedx. EconomistAfrica also recommends celebrating Rwanda's partners in health systems; ethiopia's continental elearing satellite; kenya's open source mobile youth; south africa's mandela extranet; soros and brac's quiet west celebrations of sustainable west africa - you tell us chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk partners in publishing world record book of job creation -special thnaks to journalists fior humanity at africanifol.tv and Economistchina.net

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

What a pity that world service media failed to share the whole truth of these most wondrous human development stories

Japan from 1946
S Korea from 1953

China
Part 1 Mao ends rural poverty mid 1960s
Part 2 diaspora superports (eg hong kong taiwan and then singapore) raise massive capital
Part 3 diaspora inward investment in metacities across chinese mainland -this also makes china most knowledgeable in what 21st C infrastructure banking needs to sustain

(Middle East Superport model also adopted by Dubai from late 1970s)

Late 1960s S Americas ask what do we communally value about Catholic spirit:
Preferential Option Poor (POP) -misisionaries in community
Preferential Option Poor Education- Paulo Friere
(POP aka liberation theology is a modernisation of franciscan branch of catholicisism started around 1208 in Asisi) Please help search out hybrid spiritual/enlighetnemnt movements:
eg Quakers, Scottish Free Kirk, Gandhian way, Mandela Ubuntu way which takes off from 1999 as Mandela Extranet partners including Maharishi empowerment

Ironically the first sustained successes of South America's 1960s great cultural models of ending poverty became blended exports especially out of Bangladesh

Bangladesh -100 million person nation as rural lab for ending maternal poverty
Part 1 Importing Paulo Friere -pre digital vilage mothers empowerment networks
followed by
 part 2 from 1996 partners in digital women4empowerment leapfrogging missing infrastructures that chained rural
part 2a girls livelihood education extended through 12 countries with BRAC

1980s Haiti-Boston POP Partners in Health service for poorest
Extends to Peru and the Russian Prisons 1990s
Extends to Rwanda late 2000s
Becomes number 1 worldwide app model of millennials from 2012 with kjim kim at world bank multiplied out of Rome in 2013 by Pope Francis

some other amazing graceful successes started with ending orphanages
Kenya's Jamii Bora 1999 also led to Kenya becoming joint greatest digital lab for end poverty with Bangladesh
India's Amma - out of extreme south of india emerges as having similar total range of service impact as BRAC in bangladesh
India's aflatoun grows orpahanges by becoming word's number 1 finacial literacy curriculum at primary schooling level

could a pan african elearning satellite now integrate continent-wide success stories:
proven are Kenyas (digital social credit women and youth), Rwanda's Import to continent of Partners in Heatlh made urgently valuable by community health lessons of ending ebola, south africa's 7th grade missing jobs curricula invented by first 14000 societal graduates of free university , ethiopia bet nation on being africas lowest and cleanest and most neihbourly energy producer (eg at least 3 nation collaboration essential if its damming of Nile is to be sustainable)

if pan african elarning satellite successful how do we structire pan-asia eklearning satellite so that global millennial eladers age 20 t 30 are chief content editors of curriculum of millennial sustainability