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in press : innovating collaboration through 5 worldwide networking dynamics which Bangladesh has open sourced over a third of a century Three omnibus retrospectives from the first 50 Grameen Dialogues
  • Volume 3 2007: The Great Advocacy Speeches and Statements of Muhammad Yunus and world leaders whose connections earned 7 million poor women and one man the Nobel Peace Prize
  • Volume 2 2005: The Replication Experence: How the message of GrameenCredit Spread Around the World
  • Volume 1 2005: Emeriging Ideas, Concepts and Theories from Grameencredit spread around the world
  • Grameen Bank at A Glance (December 2008) - The first 60 pages of everything you need to know to transparency evaluate how Grameen Credit and parallel Bangladeshi-to-world microcredit systems sustain investment in communities and microentrpreneurship reaching through to the poorest. Ironically this is also the first 60 pages that anyone managing or regulating any bank should want to be a 3rd grade curriculum everywhere

    yunus10000 dvd dialogue video 2, January 08 - Tough Question from 9 year old to 1000 New Yorkers and M.Y.
Definitions: we define good news to be that sustaining peoples and communities everywhere; bad news to be that which addicts, dumbs down or systemises poverty's chains. Typically good news open sources through free word of mouth, especially among the young generation; shares prcacices that develop jobs microentrpreneurially spreading through communities and cultures by going forth and multiplying goodwill and above zero-sum trade (reference gandhi, einstein and john von neumann as three of the guiding good news sources on leadership systems from the first half of the 20th century - this was the last era before mass media tv age put us all at risk of the most sustainable ideas being drowned out by noise ending freedom of speech as a simple concept) Typically, bad news uses billion dollar ad campaigns to misinform, prioritise image over reality, or spin speculators games and consumtion bubbles instead of investing a society's time, money and natural resources in producitively improving the next generation's communal lot. Our web Unseen Wealth chronicles how bad news compounded in century 21 and asks you to vote for the top 20 lost sustain ability crises that are now exponentially crashing around us. This archive asks you to help us focus on references to good news economics - that which wan sustain the world with exponentials rising. It is edited with a particular focus on the last thord of a century which is when my dad first surveyed the entreprenuria revolution of human sustainability in The Economist and when the amazing gracious open source practices of micro and collaboration entrepreneurs started to be freely shared around the world out of their experimental epicentre Bangladesh. We dont know how to define "diversity of views of financial access" but with your help info@worldcitizen.tv desperately seeks it: A B C



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The Greatest Human Race of and Generation & Economics Paradoxes of Collaborative Competition to be the First Place to Authenticate Poverty Museum Status

Whether you are focused on the most collaborative goal ever announced

POVERTY MUSEUM 1 2 3

– your place being verified as the first to the right of poverty museum status – meaning that your people and place have ended all system traps that compound poverty

or vital subgoals such as

being a thriving carbon negative economy

or being a place where all people have choice of access to banks that invest in community sustainability and microentrepreneur productivity

the system paradoxes of competing to be the first place/peoples to achieve this include

1 you won’t do this by reinventing every wheel – in fact you will only do this by being openly most collaborative

2 you wont do this if your neighbouring places are a long way behind you because in this event you will either have to wall yourself in (which will likely erode peace) or poor people will flood across your borders reintroducing poverty

Macroeconomics has interacted - and compounded - untold harm by the way it has framed ‘competitiveness” sponsored by the big gets bigger which is always the oppoiste system round from entrepreneurial design -as per pattern rule number 1 of 10 in dad's 1976 survey in The Economist on Entrepreneurial Revolution. Adam Smith and microentrepreneurs who founded these concepts in dialogues on how economics and societies compound consequences certainly did not frame competitiveness the way the biggest professions of globalisation rule over us with their monopolies and boxed-in business cases.

For more on how Adam Smith has been misframed see Dr Yunus speech made in Glasgow at end of November . Not surprisingly it was received by Britain's richest entrepreneur -and scot - Sir Tom Hunter with the first thing we can do to honour you Muhammad is to set up some sustainable projects three were announced on scottish bbc television thanks to a journalist (daughter of icelandic quiz host (mastermind's) magnuss magnusson) who felt her departed father might be particularly touched to hear that the same economics which adam smith had spent his live on trying to ensure that a nation's people were never again bankrupted by a worldwide banking scam (scotland was 1700 hence hostile takeove by england which within 3 generations had casused most scots to emigrate worldwide) had been shredded by the global accountants and other professions on hire to the biggest or most speculative - with the first victim being the peoples of bankrupt iceland. I feel confident that if you look back to the cultures of your own place you will find cluetrain-patterns on how to network weave compound ironies- for example would Boston have staged its entrepreneurial tea party without some foreign assistance from Irish and Scots; and yet how did this city become sponsored by big banks and other founders of the MBA curriculum so that over time economics and entrepreneurial networks of the smallest and poorest were shredded from what young people's minds were programmed to believe advances nations or humanity
So you know anyone who is developing a modular way of explaining microcredit to schools and colleges - sam daley-harris at www.results.org and www.microcreditsummit.org is one such mentor - we will report back after interviewing him soon- meanwhile here's one of his speeches

chris macrae 301 881 1655 chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk
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After 33 years, what might we observe first about Grameen and systems and friends that replicate its model in nearly 100 countries

While Grameen’s purpose is to put poverty in a museum all over the world, its banking model has transparency dynamics that are as relevant to finding solutions to global banking problems worldwide as it remains at its core as a leading end-poverty intervention. Grameen is now entrepreneurially recognised by many - along with other Bangladeshi knowhow focused over a third of a century - as offering the world’s safest bank model for sustaining communities.- see also unseenwealth.com

The original Bangladesh Grameencredit is owned by its customers (97% female, and 100% originating from the poorest). Today, Grameen can also represents lowest cost marketing channel for serving the poorest women in Bangladesh so that they become productive as microentrepreneurs and to help them communally sustain an end to poverty

Within a few years of the pioneering microcredit work started up by Grameen in Bangladesh, the mother of Barack Obama was pioneering microcredit in Indonesia. It may not be entirely coincidence that Muhammad Yunus is known to have been mentoring part of Obama’s team charged with resolving asking and economic crises within 3 weeks of the inauguration (Feb 4 speech). Yunus is also much admired for goodwill multiplication amongst government leaders in UK and France to mention but two, and has long earned the active support of Queen Sofia in Spain. He won the Nobel Prize for peace in 2006 – see attached leaflet by the Nobel prize Committee on subsequent joint learning and actions

Microentrepreneurial mentoring and knowledge sharing goes on at levels of 5 member teams, 60 person village centres. Since 1996 when mobiles were introduced the centres that can viewed as over 125000 hubs connecting the 7 million members

Before its 1983 institution as a bank, Grameen had surveyed members on their poverty-ending needs at a communal level. The primary goals are known as the 16 decisions. These decisions guide what sorts of service franchise Grameen focuses on offering in every life-critical area of ending poverty. Every service is designed as a social business.
Some are as simple as selling carrot seeds to members needed to end night blindness that village children used to suffer due to vitamin a deficiency. Other services need to be packaged as installment plans- these range for one of the earliest products:
a loan to build minimum hygienic hut (with roof and pit latrine)
to recent installation of solar panels (where Grameen already installs more units than the whole of USA)

The social business model championed by Grameen has in fact emerged as the primary end poverty system that Bangladesh has developed its end-poverty goals around since the first years of Independence around 1973. A national strategy has been proposed to exchange Bangladesh knowhow on most social business franchise models especially with the poorest in China and India. The former first lady of S. Africa called Dhaka the world’s open university of microcredit. Today it is also thought of as the open university of social business modelling and future capitalism partnering


Quite simply Grameen’s 25000 grassroots employee network and its 7+ million members represent one of the world’s most innovative organisations for human good. Other Bangladesh grassroots networks employing around 250000 people are highly innovative to come and benchmark leadership quests (link). Please note that a lot of what Grameen does is still scaling exponentially –probably doubling every 3 to 4 years. Note this fact before relying on quoting any number.

It is extraordinarily good news that 33 years after dr yunus first start scaling up loans, Jamii Bora has emerged over the last 10 years to be a model as relevant to transforming the lot of Kenyan or African people as Grameen is to Bangladesh,
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