mapping 6 ways youth
and families can exponentially sustain increasing productivity by making every community a thriving place to grow up in
systems crisis: while each of the 6 ways offers growth beyond the reality let alone imagination of what is possible without access to the new way, if we exclude some peoples lives from access to the new way then we will lose sustainability of our species- example by 1939 we'd reached world war 2; the root cause was slavery, treating huge populations of people as underclasses with no access to electricity grids or other win-win uses of ir1 and ir2; it took us 180 years for first machines glasgow 1760s to get into this worldwide collapse; the mathematician von neumann worked feverishly for 12 years to deliver ways out of this mees ir3, ir4; within 2 years of his death in 1957, jfk had declared moon landing was possible; ai labs stuying the ultimate consequences of ir3,ir4 had been twinned out of staford facing asia pacific, out of mit boston facing the old world- the 7 white of the big g8 empires whose 12% of people had colonised most of plant earth as if the majority of peoples lives did not matter including the two thirds who are asian and in america those whose skin colors had beem slaves; within 4 years of stanfords ai lab intel had such a huge order from a japan calculator manufacturer replacing slide rulers that the programable chip was invented so as not to be beholden to one client; and gordon moore declared his aluni would multiply 100 times more comp and coms (ir2.1) power every decade to 2020s when chips would rival switching powers of human brains- and computers could run real time platforms previously requiring manual government . So getting ir3, ir4 exponentially right -for every next child born -notably goals 1-6 as basics for life and natural diversity let alone futureoflife- had 75 years to tik tok from birth of the united nations.
0 agriculture
*ir1 = energy machines -engines delivering thousands then millions time more horsepower and infrastructure both transportation and pipelines -eg electricity, fuel, water enabled big cities to emerge as most peoples
*ir2 telecommunicating machines eg telegraph telephone radio television satellite mobile
* ir3 computing tools for human productivity beyond slide rules and paper reporting
*ir4 AI= Artificial Intelwhen computers taking over governing real time platforms
*society 5.0 gravitating livesmatter where every society next child is born in is a great place to grow up because it maximisse peace, culture, natural diversity win-wins including healthy connections with other places

inspired by fazle abed we are searching for HUNIcorns- global village sustainability solution networks too vital to exit

HUNI0 is where sir fazle aded started up global uni of poverty 50 years ago with a field lab of 100000 poorest villagers
HUNI100 - is the legacy - abed brac university which he started branstorming partners around 1999 - to celebrate both a new millennium and his 4th, 5th decades of end poverty networking

we see 5 action compasses of unicorns as gravitationally core to the bottom-up servant leaders maps designed by abed and partners who turned brac into the world's largrst and deepest ngo networl:
last mile health servant unicorns
ending poverty with financial unicorns
ending hunger with food/warter security unicorns
lifelong livelihood education unicorns for all ages
resiliemnt/safe social spaces so next child born anywhere has good chance to thrive

Tuesday, April 20, 2021

 hunicorns - startup networks critical to species sustainable- never to be exited!

contents dedicated to legacy of fazle abed and urgent value multiplying sdg-action knowhow he shared -and prepped to end viruses and celebrate 2020s girlpower

HU01 100k villager network startup with 1/500 nation; hu100 university collaboration of 1/500 worldwide graduate collaboration alumni

health hunicorns

finance hunicorns

education hunicorns

food/water security hunicorns

resilient communityh unicorms

HU01 Abed's first HUNIcorn-100000 villagers field lab connected by 16000 homes brac and village refugees built 1972 HU100 Abed's legacy hunicorn invitation- connect action networks 100 university alumni of the first sdg generation -humanise global village data at heart of 2020s tech life critical leaps

Wednesday, March 31, 2021


 Although the world's great education laureates - wise. yidan - value fazle abed almost entirely for under 12s education it is woth noting:

1 almost all of brac's 100000 village staff are professioal trainers of livelihood skills

2 whilst abed's primary and early childhood schools are the largest non gov system primary only started to be a huge offering for brac after village mothers microfrancises in health and food security and village banking was reaching across the village nation

3 for brac livelihood education seeks to gow happiness and confidence communally across children - making sure they cn pass state exams is included but its not what makes brac schools different\

these are the main education hunicpors abed gave rthe world - we include his legacy wish colaition of new univetsities




early childhood

teenage jobs clubs

lifelong traiing next leaps


in this thread we brainstorm the new univrersity coalition

why a university directly from abed but the full compass can only be draw from what all brac's most sustainable partners including girls themselves recall of his brainstorming with them

!) around 1999 abed was shown evidence that universities are the main organisation typology to last across generation - if you have knowhow to share for sustaining humans across millennium 3, linkin university partners

2) around 2000 steve jobs wife challenged abed at a private dinner- you have knowhow that can help the world- why are you only working in bangladesh - so the university also became abed's way of debating who wanted to sustain worldwide partnerships with him - we know for example that 

3) between 2000-2006 both billionnaire foundations gates and soros, and health servant extraordinaire jim kim wanted to co-brand health networks to end poverty - indeed the first school of brac university = james grant school of public health which connects how village women built rural health service in bangladesh and partnerships with chinese villagers and globally with james grant unicef missions starting with hu- oral rehydration , and vaccination and other keys to raising life expectancy from forties to 50s; by the time gates kim, soros joined in they wanted abed's villagers can end tubercoluisis and helped bush form the global health fund persuading the global health community that hiv and tuberculosis needed joint solutions

4) we know that abed sold the innovation courage - emotional intelligence of national university - to bangladesh's national politicians as searching for knowledge that future public servants world need; abed sought never to compete with the tole of private public constitutions but to triangularise what girls and youth futures intergenerational purposes could advance- it is vital to understand that abed took a different view to the leapfrog technologies like mobile and solar that bangladesh from late 1990s  emerged as poorest nation to attract end poverty partners - how would the processes of brac partners change over abed's last 20 years on earth was his legacy question- and he kept on questioning possibilities for each of the 4 most visible golas
finance to end poverty
food-water security
education at every age grade and as a life long livelihood stream of connecting generations so that youth could do for sustainability innovation what his geneartion had not been able to do

so lets take a break from brainstorming what hu100 -partership legacy of global university of poverty can do - and catalogue the hunicors of health, education, food, povrty-financing- particularoy from the viewpoint of lead partners and worldwide compasses not just bangladesh

part 2 so what can hu100 university partnerships do

they can ask how will education need to transform - importantly in places where youth are going to double and teachers themselves are going to have difficulty in keeping up- either as ic case of medinie in bamngfladesh as thetre are too few experts or becuase tech is changing the leading edge of what to know so fast that every 5 years leading edge expertise changes

what could brac bring that the world's top universities could not - abed preferred not to describe this in terms of his unique knowhow- the two simplest ideas: 1 every undergraduate does a village project; every best partner of brac connects alumni of brac university with alumni of other universities that partner celebrates

in abeds last decade, the future of university collaborations became abeds favorite conversation wherever he met ambassadors; where trust existed he would ask the ambassador to brainstorm how youth as the sutainability generatioon would need to help solve whatever was that nation's biggest weakness in sdg collaboration - be that climate, trust at borders, health, jobs that value youth, as well as humanising technology - if you like at what the un is zooming around #aiforgood applied to every un operational arm's connections with the sdgs- abed would have asked how can alumni of brac university connect with other alumni; abed knew which countries he had longest conversations with - eg china, uk, japan, netherlands so he started these debates as early as 2011 with their ambassadors - you will need at least one new ujiversity thats collaboratively wotld class per 50 million -thats eg one in netherlands, two in uk, 4 in hapan, 25 in china- these universities must be free to let their students become alumni of each other in resolving the deepest collaboation challenged - whilst debating these sorts of challenges with representatives of places futurrews, abed kept on asking his best partners who had made their money from business- what their own futiure of universiyty partnerships looked like

abed also framed how he hoped people would value not just his core role as world's most joyful agent of empowering poorest women to end poverty but how nations that love fa,ilies also avoid the middle income trap; he said look around asia- which countries have avoided that trap- look atvthe universities of singpapore and korea as two outstanding benchmarks