Help us list greatest visions of Yunus that worldwide sustainability
millennilas needed to mediate with yunus and china
first markets to celebrate 10 times more value win-win than pre-digital/mobile or pre-natural generation
of yunus micro solar model
success of kenya mpesa, nanocredit, brac bkash models
other leapfrog models
University of poverty
Youth/intergenerational investment bank of ending poverty - trust for hundreds of microfranchises
Partnership of Giants -global social buisness triad Chinese People, Bangladesh People and a sector giant eg Danone ||Yunus
Olympics - twin capitals in host youth jobs olympocs as more valuable to sponsor than any sporting world cup ||Borderless
Continents with peace (win-win trades) between neigbors - how much more growth for people if we stop spening 20% of
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services to be 3 times more economics not 3 times more costly for poorest in every community
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in 1972 Keynsians (end poverty future designers) at The Economist started curriculum of Entrepreneurial Revolution after joining
early student experiments with digital learning netwirks (UK National Development Project in Compute Assisted Learning). Furst
12 years highlights mapping this curriculum as severe test of leaders before global decision-making became real-time
The Economist 1984 - will you lead millennials
to design 3 tin es more economical or 3 timnes more costly healthcare ;Other Millennial timelines
| 1984 book by macrae and macrae with approximate tipping point timelines to 2025; The Economist
1978 We're all intrapreneurial now that service economy value is wholly different from zero-sum industriial thing consumption;
The Economist 1976 survey of how millennials www social needs cant be sustained by any of 20th organistional typologies (nor
geopolitical professions ruling over history's biggest system errors (and unsustainable wars) as if they did t happen) |
GIANT CHINESE INTERNET COMPANY JOINS HANDS WITH GRAMEEN CHINA
Professor Muhammad Yunus shaking hands with Mr Richard Liu, Founder-Owner of JD.com after the signing of collaboration agreement
between Grameen China and JD.com. Also seen in the photo are Professor Xu Xiaonian of CEIBS (left) and Mr. Tang Min, Vice
Secretary General of China Development Research Foundation.
Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus visited China from 15 December to 19 December 2015. He was invited to launch Grameen China
and attend a number of high-level events organized by the Chinese Association of Microfinance (CAM)./
On December 15, Professor Yunus was the chief guest at the annual microcredit conference
organized by CAM which was attended by 700 microcredit practioners, academics, policy makers, company executives, students
Afterwards Professor Yunus had a high level meeting with
Madam Wu who was former Deputy Governor of the Central Bank and is now the Chairman of the People’s Congress Committee
on Rural Finance Office at the Central Bank of China to discuss about finance for the poor in China at her office in
the Central Bank.
He was also the guest of the Chinese Foundation for
Poverty Allevation which has been promoting Grameen style microcredit programs in China for 20 years.
Nobel Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus was
welcomed at the village of Lukou in Jiangsu Province. He is seen among the villagers with Mr. Gao Zhan, Executive Vice Chairman
of Grameen China.
Professor Yunus was invited to join hands to launch
a collaborative program with two important partners. This was proposed by Mr Arthur Cao of Tencent, owner of fifth largest
internet company in the world (after Google, Amazon, Alibaba, and e-Bay), which also owns WeChat, the biggest internet search
engine in China, now owns a new bank called WeBank.
Yunus Centre to join hands with Tencents and Dr Sun Xuetao, Secretary of Longnan Municipal Committee of
the Communist Party of China and Mayor of the City, under Gansu Province. They discussed the outline of a collaboration
among Tencent, City of Longnan and Yunus Centre for social business and microcredit initiatives in the city. If it works,
Tencent can take this collaboration to other cities, counties, and provinces.
Yunus gave a public lecture to an audience of 800 at Peking University, where Professor Yunus is a Visiting Professor,
on the potential of social business to transform societies.
17, Professor Yunus officially launched Grameen China which will implement both microcredit and social business in China.
Grameen China will consist of two programmes, one operating microcredit program
and another devoted to establishing social businesses. It will also organize an annual Social Business Forum China bringing
together people from different sectors interested in social business in the vast country.
Professor Yunus and Richard Liu, founder and Chairman of JD.com which is leading direct sales e-commerce company
in China and is the 11th largest internet company in the world with a market cap of US$ 36 billion dollars, both joined the
signing ceremony of collaboration agreement between Grameen China and JD.com. JD.com will used its JD Finance platform
to generate crowd funding to finance the operations of Grameen China. Mr Liu, the company’s chairman, is among the ten
richest individuals in China.
Professor Xu Xiaonian, Professor of Economics
and Finance at China Europe International Business School, Min Tang, Executive Vice Chairman of the YouChange Entrepreneur
Foundation, Gao Zhan, Executive Vice President of Grameen China, among others joined the launch event.
Shortly after the launch of Grameen China in Beijing, Professor Yunus travelled by bullet train
to Lukou Village in Jiangsu Province in the South of China more than 1000 kilometers from Beijing to see the operations of
Grameen China on the ground. Grameen has initiated a microcredit program in Lukou under direction of experienced staff from
Bangladesh. Professor Yunus was warmly received by the villagers on his arrival. In his trip from Beijing he was accompanied
by a group of 15 Journalists and several leading personalities in poverty alleviation in China. They held a workshop with
the villagers moderated by a famous TV personality Professor Huang Han. One major issue that emerged during the workshop was
that of the problem of young men leaving villages to go to cities attracted by higher income in the cities. Villages are left
to older people and women with children. Participants discussed about the creation of social businesses in the villages generating
attractive income for young people.
Nobel Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus
gave a public lecture at the Peking university. He is seen with the students and faculty of the University. Professor Yunus
has been the Visiting Professor at the university for the last eight years.
Which lifetime knowledge networks
of muhammad yunus might China most wish to sponsor as its way of linking in to moocyunus- freeing the greatest job university online?
Village Energy? Village Banking? Village Nursing? Is it possible
to go beyond the G series of nations and the BRICS and celebrate the dawn of the BrazilBanglaChina as 3 nations that value
green entrepreneurial revolution ? It seems to us that the main missing link is a Yunus and Youth logo that could act as a
bridge to such a celebration and collaboration.What do you think we at Norman Macrae Foundation for pro-youth economics would love to hear email@example.com
Back in 1984 The Economist's Norman Macrae published a book on the net generation - it mapped why the system designs
needed to end poverty in developing world are the same community grounded systems needed for worldwide youth job creation
Please help us search out where innovations come from in 2010s that most impact our childrens futures . 2012
is 40th year of this quest started as the genre of Entrepreneurial Revolution by my father Norman Macrae in The Economist.
The history of economics shows that the human lot increased most with advances in energy or technology- for
those reasons dad's and my 1984 book valued the 2010s as the most productive time of worldwide youth . All 2010s greatest pro-youth leaders need to do is fully invest in valuing imopact of the benefit of the webs collaboration technology get actioned
openly through every community with sustainability crises to solve. One
of the most exciting innovation processes we have found to date we call triad partnerships and it is demonstrated by triple
partnerships that nobel laureate muhammad yunus and youth networks have mediated in accelerating
achievement of millennium goals- the other 2 triad parthers being a corporation or industry sector that
has huge technological resources and china as a country with the most huge population
gaps in numerical terms between rich and poor , and community sustainability. Please help us log up any triad
ventures as well as any other citings of greatest innovations for our children's children
| Yunus Triad ventures
Mobilising Personal Ultrasound - GE is a leader of ultrasound for big hospitals - these are
typically used to identify risky pregnancies in advance so bringing down maternal mortality, In extreme rural areas where
maternal moratlity remains largest the question that the triad of yunus, GE and China are answeting is how low a cost can
a mobile ultrasound be produced at. The economy of design could be a thousand times less albeit with a little less accuracy
than the perfect big hospital equivalent - please tell us of other cases where mobilising medical monitoring can be applied
to such life critical services and with such quantum leaps of economy
Infant nutrition - Ying Yan Bao is a triad venture between yunus and danone and chinese pediatricians. It aims to provide the simplest ever nutritional food
for infants that have sub-optimal diets (vitamin content). A yummy cereal bar is being tested out. This is about 33 years
ahead of carrots as the first solution yunus served for infants with night blindness in Bangla villages and about 7 years into his global
nutrition partnership with danone whose first co-branded solution in Bangladesh involved
2005: The year before Yunus wins Nobel Prize. He starts publishing ideas on Bangladesh being the world's
social lab network attracting all of youth's greatest entrepreneurs. How that could attract world class companies wanting to test best for the world uses of their technology and
also promote world trade with china both for Bangladesh and the partnering companies - see eg his publication growing up with
2 giants which referred to what social busienss solutions could bangladesh be first to innovate and china/india desire to
trade so as to accelerate their own progress on millennium goals. This led to his Nobel speech - arguably the most exciting
invitation to collaborate that youth have yet heard any leader make in this young 21st Century
We Create What We Want.
We wanted to go to the moon, so we went there.
We achieve what we want to achieve.
We accept that poverty is part of human destiny.
We believe we can create a poverty-free world.
We need to invent ways to change our perspective.
can reconfigure our world if we can reconfigure our mindset. .
Social business will be a new kind of business, making a difference in the world.
Human beings are a wonderful creation embodied with limitless human qualities and capabilities.
Entrepreneurs are not one-dimensional human beings,
dedicated to maximizing profit.
are multi-dimensional: political, emotional, social, spiritual, environmental.
desire to do great things for the world can be a powerful driving force
dream about creating a perfect world of their own.
Social business will give them
a challenge to make a difference by using their creative talent.
Let us join hands to unleash our energy and creativity.
Collectively, we can create a poverty-free world.”
Source : http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/peace/laureates/2006/yunus-lecture-en.html
from first 40 years of Entrepreneurial Revolution genre est. The Economist 1972 |
Tomorrow's workshop -2 billion people - novel suggestions for East Asia
The Economist. Saturday, 7 May 1977.
Pages s7-s11. Vol
263, issue 6975.
Economist Remembrance party 2010
and leaflet for remembrance party world series with Unacknowledged Giant's last article
valuing net generation's 3 billion jobs 1984
intrapreneurial now 82 The Economist. Saturday, 17 April 1982.
Vol 283, issue 7233.
Asia pacific worldwide century 1975 The Economist. Saturday, 4 January 1975.
Vol 254, issue 6854.
Tomorrows Capitalism ER 1976 (European co-translator - a young Romano Prodi) .The Economist. Saturday, 25 December 1976.Pages 41-43. Vol 261, issue 6956.
The Next Forty Years 1972 : Norman Macrae first argues for blending the roles of exponential economics and
future historian. Checklist: macroeconomic short-term fixes prompted by world wars needing urgent addressed if world's financial
system is not to collapse in 2010s
The Economist. Saturday, 22 January 1972.
Vol 242, issue 6700.
Economical Futures of healthcare 1984
Towards Celebrating The Future Without Politicians 1992 The Economist. Saturday, 21 December 1991.
Pages 17-20. Vol 321, issue 7738.
Japan's lessons for developers 1962 The Economist. Saturday, 8 September 1962.
Pages 57-61. Vol 204, issue 6211.
| Reports of 2010s other greatest innovations for our childrens childrn - please rsvp firstname.lastname@example.org -we will use your slected linkin for any nominations we feature |
Norman Macrae Foundatio
n Media for Microeconomics: through the 2010s alumni of of our 1984 net generation future report wish to celebrate Entrepreneurial
Bangladesh and True Maps of Dr Yunus Methods are especiially interested in hearing of projects where Yunus -and Social Busienss
Partners - are helping China end poverty and linkin to 2010s as most exciting decade for investing in youth and sustainability
if you have a story as exciting as Ying Yand bao -please rsvp email@example.com
current authorised social
business media sponsored by macrae family include:
Journal of Social Business
of 10 leaflets on Entrepreneurial Bangladesh setting up 10 Norman Macrae Dilaogues on most critical world leadership issues
during 10 quarters summer 2010 to end 2013
Resource supplied by Grameen on Yunus Journey in China:
Dialogue 56 October 2003
Grameen Dialogue 64 November 2006
Grameen Dialogue 67/68 July 2008
Dialogue 72 July 2009
Grameen Dialogue 73/74 January 2010
Grameen Dialogue 75/77 October 2010
Trust Annual Report 2008
Grameen Trust Annual Report 2009
Thursday, August 30, 2012
latest china updates from our worldwide correspondence blog
5:32 pm edt
yunus has just complete a china visit Sun-Yat Sen
Laureate Muhammad Yunus Appointed as Guest Professor of Sun Yat-sen Business School The 3rd Nobel
Laureate China Tour and International Forum of Microcredit and Social Business Successfully Held
Yat-sen Business School
On August 14, Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus Guangzhou Trip and International Forum of Microcredit
and Social Business was held in The K.K. Leung Hall of Sun Yat-sen University. SYSU President Xu Ningsheng attended the forum
and conferred the Certificate of Sun Yat-sen University Guest Professor on Professor Yunus.
President Xu Ningsheng conferring the certificate on Mr. Muhammad Yunus
At the forum, Mr.
Muhammad Yunus, Chen Zhiwu, tenured professor of Yale University, Huang Yasheng, MIT Professor, Ding Xueliang, Professor of
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and Senior Research Fellow of Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, Chen
Jianmin, Professor of Sociology, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shao Zhibao, Head of Guangdong Branch, Postal Savings Bank
of China, and Latifee, Managing Director of Grameen Trust, Bangladesh, delivered a speech respectively.
After the theme
speeches, the distinguished guests held a round table dialogue on microcredit model and social business model and their practices
and prospects in China, microcredit practice of Postal Savings Bank of China, financial center construction in Chinese cities,
Guangdong financial reform, and the future of Chinese economy.
The forum was sponsored by Sun Yat-sen Business School,
Time Weekly and Guangdong Southern Television, with the main purpose of sharing the Grameen Bank model created by
Muhammad Yunus and the successful experience of social business, promoting the development of Chinese version of Grameen Bank
microfinance projects, and helping China’s poor regions to get out of poverty. Celebrities from all walks of life, governmental
organizations, entrepreneurs, members of chamber of commerce, media professionals, students of Sun Yat-sen Business School,
a total of over 1,000 people listened to the excellent speeches given by Mr. Yunus and other guest speakers.
Yunus is the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and the founder of Grameen Bank. Grameen Bank and the Grameen model have helped
over one hundred million people in Bangladesh to get out of poverty. This model has been practiced all over the world and
achieved noticeable results. In the presentation speech, The Norwegian Nobel Committee spoke highly of Yunus’ Grameen
model: “Lasting peace cannot be achieved unless large population groups find ways in which to break out of poverty.
Microcredit is one such means.”
Sunday, March 27, 2011
1:44 am edt
Mostofa- could you have another go at asking lamiya, yunus, naila , latifee to list exactly who in grameen ever links to
yunus work in china either with jack ma or with other partners
For the future of YunusFund and his greentech and youth partnerships with sainsbury family, and microeconomics of net generation: This is
an absolutely critical list that I dont want to get scattered by anything that happens next. Can you also make sure next time
you are in Dhaka that all such people get a copy of the journal of social business and indeed check whether any copies
have already been sent to jack ma's team. We also need to find out which of these people wish to contribute to future issues of the journal as well as journalise
for naila's good SB news electronic portal
Given the connections you have been making with the japanese embassy,
you might want to compile all in one place Yunus Japan list (though I assume that is at less risk of disappearing as we already
have Grameen Tech lab firmly embedded in Japan). I suppose genration of YunusAfrica list will depend on whether Jon-Les timelines
come together with Yunus'
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China Intl Poverty Reduction Centre
March 11, 2009---The IPRCC held a ceremony to appoint Professor
Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Peace Laureate winner in 2006 and Chairman of the Grameen Bank of Bangladesh, as the advisor of BOT
of the IPRCC. Mr. Liu Jian, Advisor to the Chinese State Council and Chairman of BOT attended the event and issued the appointment.
Professor Yunus is the founder of the Grameen
Bank. In the 1970s, he began to develop the concept of microcredit, which was initially put into practice in Bangladesh, and
has since proved its success there. Professor Yunus has gradually improved the model of microcredit, which has improved its
efficiency in assisting poor households with education, sanitation and providing pension funds for the elderly while at the
same time promoting the development of production and employment. Currently, the Grameen Bank offers loans to over 7.6 million
people, 97 percent of whom are women, and 65 percent of whom have been lifted out of poverty, along with their households.
In 2006, due to his tremendous contribution to the promotion of the development of poverty alleviation in developing countries,
Professor Yunus won the Nobel Peace Laureate.
Professor Yunus has been serving in 38 committees within and
outside of Bangladesh. He has been appointed as an advisor by 27 international institutes, and has a wide influence internationally.
Inviting Professor Yunus to be an advisor at the IPRCC is be an asset for assisting the organization with expanding its international
cooperation networks, improving its mechanism for business development, meeting the target of South-South Cooperation, and
increasing its influence in the sphere of international collaboration in poverty alleviation.